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Extended Stay America: a Worthy Extended Stay Hotel Chain


Extended Stay America caught my attention a few years back by featuring a radio commercial with Twisted Sister’s “Were Not Gonna Take It” heavy metal music rebellion anthem. What a thundering, effective reminder that this extended stay hotel company serves as a viable alternative to other lodging chains!

Like many of its extended stay hotel competitors, Extended Stay America offers suites, full kitchen, free in-room WiFi and flat screen televisions, on site laundry facilities — and at many of its locations, pet friendly accommodations, swimming pools, hot tubs and exercise centers.

Extended Stay America might not be a household name, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a worthy extended stay hotel contender. Affordable rates, spacious room accommodations and plenty of amenities always makes for a terrific foundation, whether on family, business, government or military travel.

While New England is not exactly saturated with Extended Stay America hotels, many of the locations are conveniently located…

Connecticut Hartford, Norwalk and Shelton
Maine Portland
Massachusetts Boston and Foxboro
New Hampshire Nashua
Rhode Island Providence

Sorry, there are no Extended Stay America Hotels in Vermont.

One of the nice things about Extended Stay America is that they oversee all of its 700-plus hotels in America and Canada, so the high quality standardization is uniform. Also, the longer you stay, the better the savings.

“We’re Not Gonna Take It?” On the contrary, I think we will when looking for a hotel in areas we travel!

You can log onto ExtendedStayAmerica.com to find a hotel in or near your chosen travel destination.

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