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First Residence Inn by Marriott Opens in Costa Rica

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Marriott has opened its first Residence Inn by Marriott hotel in Central America. The Residence Inn by Marriott San Jose Escazu in Costa Rica is operated under a management agreement with Caribe Hospitality.

 The hotel is located approximately 15 minutes from downtown San Jose, and 20 minutes from the Juan Santamaria International Airport.

The hotel offers 109 spacious suites, ranging from studio to two-bedroom accommodations. Designed for stays of five nights or more, each suite includes a fully-equipped kitchen and separate living area, complimentary high speed internet access, complementary grocery service, flat screen TV, and Marriott’s highly acclaimed bed and bath linens.

“We are providing a new and innovative all-suites choice for travelers in San Jose,” said Adolfo Carit, general manager, “Our suites provide more space compared to conventional hotel rooms and include separate areas for relaxing, working, dining and sleeping. We are a great value for travelers.”

A complimentary hot breakfast buffet, HomeTouch is available each morning in the lobby area. Other hotel facilities and services include an outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, business center, The Market 24-hour mini supermarket, and a complimentary weekly social hour. The hotel also offers two meeting rooms designed to accommodate meetings or events.

 With nearly 600 properties in North and Central America and the Caribbean, Residence Inn is Marriott’s second largest lodging brand, with another 154 hotels on the way, including a new Residence Inn prototype customized for the European market - the Residence Inn by Marriott Munich Orleansstrasse – opening in 2011.

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