Owned and Managed by DKN Hotels, Residence Inn by Marriott Opens in Rancho Cucamonga, California

USA, Rancho Cucamonga, California. January 10, 2019

The 126-suite Residence Inn by Marriott opens in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Located at 9299 Haven Avenue, the all-suite Residence Inn Ontario Rancho Cucamonga will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned and managed by DKN Hotels of Irvine, California.

Located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in San Bernardino County and three miles from the Ontario International Airport, the hotel offers its guests convenient access to Victoria Gardens, The Claremont Colleges, the California Speedway and Ontario Convention Center. Rates vary depending on length of stay.

“We are pleased with the continued growth of Residence Inn hotels in the Rancho Cucamonga area,” said Diane Mayer, vice president and global brand manager, Residence Inn. “When on the road for an extended period, our guests need space to spread out, maintain their life's pace and restore their energy to help them maintain a healthy balance and routine while traveling. This new hotel offers them a seamless blend of modern style and functionality that allows them to settle in and thrive.”

Residence Inn properties are designed as all-suite hotels that offer studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites.

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