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TownePlace Suites by Marriott opens in downtown San Diego

New 98-suite hotel opens its doors welcoming guests to the heart of downtown San Diego.

SAN DIEGO – Marriott International’s TownePlace Suites by Marriott San Diego Downtown is now open for business. On average, a TownePlace Suites opens every six days. Built for travelers looking for a simple and friendly place where they can settle-in, keep their routine, and easily connect to the San Diego area. The new all-suite property located at 1445 Sixth Avenue, continues to exemplify the brand’s rapid growth. The hotel will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned and managed by Narven Enterprises of San Diego, California.

“We are excited to introduce the TownePlace Suites brand to the downtown San Diego area,” said Diane Mayer, vice president and global brand manager, TownePlace Suites. “At TownePlace Suites, we get it. We want to go above and beyond to do everything we can to make our guests feel comfortable. We encourage our guests to be real, and help them to do so by providing a seamless residential atmosphere with a friendly staff who genuinely care about our guests. That is what our brand is all about, and this property is a great example of that.”

All service team members are thoroughly trained on local knowledge and look forward to connecting guests to the local area. Our floor-to-ceiling TowneMap® also helps guests instantly acclimate themselves to downtown San Diego by featuring great places to eat, play and live (explore). The TownePlace Suites San Diego Downtown is located just three miles from San Diego International Airport and offers guests convenient access to the San Diego Zoo, the Gaslamp Quarter, Petco Park, Mission Beach and SeaWorld San Diego.

Ideal for travelers who need accommodations for longer stays, this new property offers studio suites with fully equipped kitchens, as well as separate living/working and sleeping areas. Guests can work and relax on their own terms in modern suites that feature full kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, adjustable work spaces with built-in shelves and lighting, a large flat screen television, as well as luxurious new bedding. Most rooms also feature the Home Office™ Suite, designed to provide guests with plenty of storage and flexible space to spread out and make it their own.

The TownePlace Suites San Diego Downtown allows guests to maintain a healthy lifestyle with an array of food options. While on property guests can create their own complimentary hot breakfast every morning in the lobby area. The 24-hour In a Pinch® market and On Us® coffee service offer guests the chance to get their snack and caffeine on whenever they feel the need.

TownePlace Suites helps its guests stay organized on the road with the help of our partners the Container Store. While staying at the TownePlace Suites San Diego Downtown travelers can unpack their suitcase in a custom elfa® closet. From drawers to shelves to smart hanging space, you’ll find everything you need to make you feel right at home. The hotel features the Fourteen45 Bar & Grill serving dinner as well as a full-service bar. Other hotel amenities include Caesar – the very first guest service robot butler in downtown San Diego, a 1,300 square-foot fitness center open 24 hours per day, laundry facilities, meeting space, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and on-site business services, including copying, faxing and printing. As a brand TownePlace Suites recognizes that your family may include more than just humans, that is why the TownePlace Suites San Diego Downtown is pet-friendly (fees may apply).

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