With free Wi-Fi, high-tech meeting spaces and a touchscreen guide in the lobby, the non-smoking Courtyard By Marriott Springfield Airport keeps up with the times. As you enter this ultra-modern Courtyard By Marriott, check out the interactive board in the lobby where you can catch up on the news or see if your flight is on time. Business guests can impress clients with the "media pods," private meeting spaces with their own computer displays. Even the cardio machines in the fitness room have their own video screens. When you want to relax, there's a pretty indoor pool and an outdoor fire pit ringed with plush seating. The 138 non-smoking rooms, spread over three floors, have modern amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi connections and TVs with cable channels and instant-access movies. Work desks with ergonomic chairs are great for getting stuff done. There's an on-site restaurant serving breakfast and dinner, and plenty of other dining options in the area. Parking is free. Located off I-44, this Courtyard By Marriott has speedy access to the rest of the area and is a four-mile drive from Springfield-Branson National Airport. Dickerson Park Zoo, a favorite with families, is three miles east. If you're here for a college function, Missouri State University is six miles southeast. our guests find "spacious," "quiet" rooms at this "beautiful" Courtyard By Marriott, where high-tech touches create convenience and comfort.
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