A stylish, energizing decor and a free breakfast buffet wow our guests at the all-suite, non-smoking SpringHill Suites by Marriott Kingman Route 66. The 73-room, four-floor SpringHill Suites sits right along historic Route 66, but the hotel couldn't be more modern. All suites have flat-screen TVs, work desks, free local calling and pantry areas with mini-fridges, microwaves and sinks. The hotel provides a free newspaper each morning along with a free breakfast buffet featuring plenty of hot and cold options. The business center is just what you need to stay in the loop while you're on the road, and when you get some free time, head for the heated indoor pool and hot tub or the state-of-the-art fitness center. Public areas at the SpringHill Suites are equally sleek and stylish, providing lots of places to plug in and get together with friends or colleagues. Parking is free and pets are welcome with some restrictions. The SpringHill Suites is off of I-40, three-and-a-half miles from the Route 66 Museum and six miles from Kingman Airport. The Grand Canyon's South Rim is less than three hours from the hotel and Lake Mead National Recreation Area is 90 minutes away. Havasu National Wildlife Refuge is about an hour away. our guests find this SpringHill Suites to be "simply amazing," with "very clean, modern, spacious rooms" and a "good breakfast."
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