Free Wi-Fi, two on-site restaurants and a University of Dayton location are just a few good reasons why the non-smoking, pet-friendly Marriott at the University of Dayton is popular with our guests, who recommend the hotel for business travelers and families. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi access throughout the six-story Marriott at the University of Dayton's public spaces, including its elegant lobby. All 399 rooms and suites have been modernized with stylish furnishings, sophisticated lighting and updated bathrooms. They feature flat-panel TVs with HBO, pillowtop mattresses and luxury bedding, coffeemakers, hairdryers and ironing equipment. The hotel also features an on-site convenience store, an indoor pool and a seasonal outdoor pool, a well-equipped business center, a fitness room and two restaurants. Free parking, guest laundry facilities and room service are also available. The Marriott at the University of Dayton is on the campus of the University of Dayton, two-and-a-half miles from the Dayton Art Institute and three-and-a-half miles from James S. Trent Arena. The Marriott is 22 minutes from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and 10 miles from Dayton International Airport. A great campus location and stylish amenities help put the Marriott at the University of Dayton Dayton at the head of the class.
Dogs of all sizes are allowed. There is a one time pet fee of $50 for 2 nights and $35 for additional nights.
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