Remington Hotels Opens the Residence Inn Steamboat Springs

USA, Dallas, Texas. January 13, 2021

Remington Hotels is proud to announce the opening of the Residence Inn Steamboat Springs in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

Cypress 16, as developer of the project, and McClurg Century Investments selected Remington Hotels to open and manage the Residence Inn Steamboat Springs, Remington's first property in Colorado. The 110-room, all-suite, new build hotel, in Colorado's preeminent ski town, was designed keeping the vernacular architecture theme of the town. Rooms range from 475 square feet (Studio) to 675 square feet (Two Bedroom Suite), with each suite featuring a fully equipped kitchen, king-size beds, living room, sleeper sofa and complimentary Wi-Fi, giving travelers a new option in the longer stays segment, blending comfort and style.

"It's extremely exciting to bring the Residence Inn brand to a world-class destination like Steamboat Springs where guests can enjoy the combination of superb facilities for which the brand is known coupled with the beauty of the Colorado Rockies," says Joe Masi, Senior Vice President of Operations of Remington Hotels.

The property also features complimentary amenities including ski and bike storage, 24-hour fitness center, along with a year-round heated outdoor pool and hot tub. On-site guests can also enjoy the Residence Inn Bar, serving light fare and beverages, while the hotel is also just minutes from Steamboat Springs restaurants, shopping, skiing, and biking / hiking trails.

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