Full kitchens, free hot breakfast and a weekday happy hour make business travelers sing the praises of the Residence Inn by Marriott Long Beach. Each of the hotel's 216 non-smoking suites on two floors includes a 37-inch flat-panel HDTV, sofa bed, full kitchen and free wired high speed internet. Belly up to the complimentary hot breakfast bar each morning and wind down at a manager's reception on weekday afternoons. The hotel staff will stock your kitchen while you're floating in the outdoor pool and hot tub, doing your laundry on-site or grilling on the barbecue. Stay fit on the road with an updated exercise room or play a pick-up game of basketball on the sports court. Pets are welcome for an added fee and parking is free. Just a mile-and-a-half from Long Beach Airport and Skylinks Golf Course, the Residence Inn is right off I-405. California State University Long Beach is three miles south and the sprawling El Dorado Nature Park is four miles east. You're 10 minutes from a tour at the historic adobe house at Rancho Los Alamitos. Walk to a handful of restaurants or cruise 15 minutes south into downtown to see the sharks at the Aquarium of the Pacific, shop and dine in Shoreline Village, catch a concert at the Long Beach Arena or get some culture at the Long Beach Museum of Art. Plenty of on-site recreation and apartment-style living make our guests feel at home at the Residence Inn.
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