Free hot breakfast, spacious kitchen suites, an indoor pool and I-76 and I-79 next door are top reasons for our guests to stay at the non-smoking Residence Inn by Marriott Cranberry. The four-floor Residence Inn has 96 spacious studio, one- and two-bedroom suites, all with full kitchens (ovens included), sofa beds and flat-panel TVs with premium cable. Leave the breakfast cooking to the hotel: the free spread features a rotating menu of breakfast burritos, eggs Florentine, fresh waffles with toppings, sausage and a lot more. The hotel also has an indoor pool, hot tub, fitness room, sauna, outdoor basketball/tennis court, courtyard and gardens, barbeque and picnic area, free Monday-Wednesday evening receptions, business center, laundry facility and free parking. Pets are allowed for an additional fee. The Residence Inn is on Freedom Road off I-76, just west of I-79. There are plenty of shopping and dining options within two miles, including those at Cranberry Commons shopping center. Thorn Hill Industrial Park is a mile away. Make your way to Heinz Field and the rest of Pittsburgh, a 30-minute drive south. Pittsburgh International Airport is 23 miles from the hotel. This Residence Inn gives our guests room to spread out in spacious suites with kitchen appliances, and also gives them free breakfast, an indoor pool and a convenient location near two interstates.
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