Spacious rooms with full kitchens and free hot breakfast light up our guests' faces at the non-smoking Residence Inn by Marriott Phoenix. This pet-friendly hotel has two floors and 168 suites that include thick mattresses with luxury bedding, sofa beds and fireplaces. You can cook up something good in the full kitchen with stovetop oven, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, cookware and tableware. Guests satisfy early-morning hunger with yummy eggs, sumptuous sausage, crispy bacon and hot coffee at the free breakfast buffet. Guests can re-caffeinate with free coffee in the lobby. You can shoot some hoops on the sports court or escape from the Phoenix heat in the sparkling outdoor pool (open seasonally). An on-site playground is a happy mecca for energetic little ones. Guests grin for the free beer, wine and light snacks at the complimentary manager's reception. Parking is free. The Residence Inn Phoenix is two-and-a-half miles from Sky Harbor International Airport. The Valley Metro Light Rail is a half-mile from the hotel. You can swing for the fences at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, or watch the Phoenix Suns basketball team at U.S. Airways Center (both are a 15-minute ride on the light rail). The Phoenix Zoo is three miles away. Free hot breakfast, free evening drinks and roomy suites with full kitchens are just a few of the perks our guests appreciate at the Residence Inn by Marriott Phoenix.
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