Brandt Hospitality Group Set to Open Residence Inn by Marriott in Lincoln, Rhode Island

USA, Lincoln, Rhode Island. November 18, 2020

The 107-suite Residence Inn by Marriott hotel in Lincoln, Rhode Island is scheduled to open with its upscale, stylish décor that offers flexibility, while creating a unique environment. Located at 632 George Washington Highway, the all-suite Residence Inn Providence Lincoln will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned and managed by Brandt Hospitality Group of Fargo, North Dakota. General Manager Chellen Cavalier leads the management team at the property for Brandt Hospitality Group.

Located 18 miles from T. F. Green International Airport and 10 minutes from downtown Providence, the Residence Inn Providence Lincoln offers its guests convenient access to Bryant University, Brown University, the University of Rhode Island and Twin River Casino. The all-suite hotel is also close to numerous local corporations including; CVS, Fidelity Investments and Amica Mutual Insurance.

Residence Inn properties are designed as all-suite hotels that offer studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites. Guests looking for a revitalizing sleep experience will enjoy the hotel's plush mattresses and crisp linens, while guests focused on being productive will value their suite's large, well-lit work desk, ergonomic chair and complimentary high-speed Internet access. Designed for stays of five nights or more, each suite also has a fully-equipped kitchen with a coffeemaker, microwave oven and residential-sized appliances. The suites also offer the latest in-room entertainment technology, allowing guests to access their Hulu and Netflix accounts, as well as YouTube, Amazon Prime and HBO MAX, through the HDTV.

For guests who want to maximize their experience, Residence Inn has created a décor with a "home plus" feel that is warm, optimistic and flexible. The longer-stay guest will experience a livable, uplifting environment based on honest materials, organic forms, warm colors and natural light. The new design incorporates a transitional inviting style, crisp details and signature residential textiles.

The Residence Inn Providence Lincoln rotates a wide selection of healthy choices for its free hot breakfast every day. Start with favorites like bacon and eggs, Greek yogurt, cut fruit or waffles with extensive toppings ranging from fresh spinach and cheese to sliced almonds and strawberries.

Extending the feeling of comfortable living on the road, the Residence Inn Providence Lincoln offers guests inviting and functional public spaces to relax or collaborate. Guests will enjoy the hotel's grocery delivery service, complimentary Wi-Fi, 24-hour onsite food and beverage market, dry cleaning services and onsite guest laundry room. The hotel's weeknight evening gatherings - the RI Mix™ offers a casual, relaxing environment where guests can be as social as they want, while enjoying premium beers and connection to local flavors. The hotel is pet-friendly and provides guests with business services, an indoor swimming pool, an outdoor patio with a fire pit, a meeting room, a fitness center and Sport Court®.

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