A free breakfast buffet, indoor pool and free Wi-Fi help make the non-smoking Residence Inn Bryan College Station one of our guests' favorite hotels in town. The four-story hotel has 84 non-smoking suites with separate areas for living, working and sleeping. You can even bring your pet along, for an extra fee. Your room will have a full kitchen tricked out with appliances and utensils to help you create the best meal you know how. There's no need to cook breakfast, as the hotel serves a free buffet every morning, while evenings bring manager's receptions with snacks and beverages. You can enjoy a meal al fresco at the picnic and grill area, and you won't even have to pick up the steaks — the hotel has a grocery shopping service. The gym will let you work out the kinks of a long day, and the indoor pool and hot tub can help soak away tension. Parking is free. The hotel is on University Drive, just over a mile from Texas A&M University. Aggies fans can take in a football game at Kyle Field or head to Reed Arena to cheer on the basketball team. Also on campus is the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, for a healthy dose of history and presidential memorabilia. The hotel is delightfully close to several restaurants, and only a five-mile drive from the center of Bryan, College Station's neighboring town. It's four miles to Easterwood Airport. Residence Inn Bryan College Station is in a "perfect location with lots of restaurants within walking distance," say our guests, who appreciate the "fresh, hot and tasty" breakfasts and "relaxed atmosphere."
Dogs of all sizes are allowed. There is a $100 one time additional pet fee.
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