You'll rise and shine for the free breakfast at the Residence Inn Fayetteville Cross Creek, where comfortable suites win our guests' praise and a prime locale near Fort Bragg puts you at the crossroads of convenience. A four-story, non-smoking suite retreat, this extended-stay choice offers 92 generous units, all with separate living and sleeping space, a kitchen with full-size appliances and necessary utensils. Suites include free Wi-Fi and wired high-speed internet, Marriott signature bedding, ergonomic work chairs and 37" HDTVs with premium cable. The hotel's free hot breakfast buffet will put a spring in your step, as should complimentary social hours Monday-Thursday, which offer beer, wine and appetizers. Other features include a business center, an indoor pool and a fitness center. Pets are welcome for a fee and parking is free. The Residence Inn is adjacent to Walmart Supercenter, and many restaurants are within a three-minute ride. It's a 15-minute drive to Fort Bragg and a brief stretch more to Pope AFB. Cross Creek Mall is just a five-minute drive away, and Fayetteville's small shops and antiques are within 10 minutes. Fayetteville Regional Airport is 11 miles away. Our guests enjoy the all-suite experience they find at the Residence Inn Fayetteville Cross Creek. They give it high scores for quality and cleanliness.
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