Total redesign of suites allow extended-stay guests to thrive on the road.
ATLANTA – Noble Investment Group announced that the Residence Inn by Marriott Cleveland Mentor has undergone a complete renovation of its 96 suites, transforming them into upscale guestrooms, designed to enhance the comfort and lifestyle of travelers on the road today. The newly refreshed Residence Inn Mentor’s suites offer guests flexible spaces and amenities to help maintain a healthy balance and routine while traveling.
Residence Inn by Marriott Cleveland Mentor offers:
- 96 spacious suites featuring contemporary and stylish decor, featuring natural light and large, expansive workspaces
- Updated kitchens with full-sized refrigerators and stainless steel appliances
- Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel plus hard-wired access is available in each and every guestroom for seamless and secure access
- Nearly 2,000 square feet of flexible, high-tech meeting/function space
- Fully-equipped business center and fitness center
- Re-designed public spaces including multi-functional spaces for guests to relax and collaborate
- Personal “nooks” that make the public space private outside of the suite
- Seasonal, heated outdoor pool & whirlpool
- Evening social with complimentary beer and wine.
“Our tenured team shares a collective passion for customer service,” said Lauri Sinclair, General Manager at the Residence Inn by Marriott Cleveland Mentor. “The substantial upgrades we have made to our award-winning hotel will enhance the overall experiences for our leisure and corporate guests such as Avery Dennison, Steris Corporation, and First Energy.”
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