Offering a high-quality free breakfast, free Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool, the all-suite, pet-friendly Residence Inn by Marriott Knoxville Cedar Bluff is an amenity-filled option for an extended stay in Knoxville. The three-story Residence Inn impresses guests with the modern design and functionality of its public spaces. A complimentary daily breakfast buffet and evening cocktail hour take place in the Gatehouse area, designed for relaxed socializing with coworkers or family members. There is also an outdoor patio with lounge seating around a fire pit, an outdoor pool, a gym and a business center. The hotel offers free parking, and guests are welcome to bring their pets for an additional fee. There are 78 suites, all featuring free Wi-Fi and wired high-speed internet access, full kitchens, premium mattresses with luxury linens and cable TVs with premium channels. The Residence Inn is located in West Knoxville, surrounded by Smokey Mountain National Park. The hotel is approximately 11 miles from the University of Tennessee and the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame and about 15 minutes from downtown Knoxville. McGhee Tyson Airport is 19 miles from the property. With nice touches like fully equipped kitchens, outdoor social areas and an impressive free breakfast, the Residence Inn is a refreshing option for a short or long stay in Knoxville.
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