MCR Acquires SpringHill Suites by Marriott Charlotte-Southwest in North Carolina

USA, New York City, New York. April 06, 2021

Come along for the rides! MCR, the fourth-largest owner-operator in the United States, has acquired the new-build, 124-suite SpringHill Suites by Marriott Charlotte-Southwest in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Just 10 minutes from Charlotte Douglas International Airport and 20 minutes from downtown Charlotte, the all-suite hotel off Interstate 77 is nestled in the popular Steele Creek suburb. Pile the entire crew (family dog, too!) in the car and hightail it to a spacious SpringHill Suites pad, complete with a mini-refrigerator, microwave, 55-inch HDTV and sofa bed.

After a coffee-fueled grab and go breakfast and sweat session at our fitness center, hit the world-famous Carowinds amusement park, a 407-acre entertainment extravaganza reopening on Friday, May 22. Twist and turn on 14 pulse-pounding roller coasters — try Fury 325, which reaches 325 feet and revs up to 95 miles per hour, if you dare!

Not a coaster boaster? Carowinds is also home to 60 rides of all sizes and the Carolina Harbor Waterpark which has water slides, wave pools, the Boogie Board Racer — the longest mat-racing slide in the Southeast — and a three-acre kids' area. Don't forget to sample the authentic Carolina cuisine at the Blue Ridge Country Kitchen.

After the fun and funnel cakes, you'll probably need a drink. The SpringHill Suites Charlotte-Southwest has a full bar in the lobby — and our patio has loungers for the gang to recap the day's thrills around a fire pit.

A dip in the outdoor pool may be in order before you conk out in our crisp sheets and wake refreshed to ride another day. Prefer to take it slow? Head over to the nearby driving range at Charlotte Topgolf, which has more than 100 climate-controlled hitting bays. If bargain-hunting is your game, the Charlotte Premium Outlets has 100 shops to browse.

Lest you think it's all play and no work at the SpringHill Suites Charlotte-Southwest, each suite has a well-lit desk with a comfortable chair and plenty of outlets. That's welcome news for corporate travelers: our location in Whitehall Corporate Center is a short drive to companies such as Siemens, Microsoft, Konica Minolta, Spectrum and Stanley Black & Decker.

Powering up at the SpringHill Suites Charlotte-Southwest is good for the planet: the 310 solar panels on its roof harness the sun's energy to produce electricity, heat water and reduce the hotel's carbon footprint. The environmentally-friendly hotel saves roughly $20,000 per year in electric costs.

The SpringHill Suites by Marriott Charlotte-Southwest is located at 3950 Arco Corporate Drive and features:

- 124 pet-friendly, non-smoking suites with mini-refrigerators, coffeemakers and microwaves

- A free daily breakfast

- A 24-hour fitness center with cardiovascular equipment and free weights

- An outdoor pool

- Free fast Wi-Fi

- A 24-hour business center

- A 24-hour convenience store

- Onsite laundry

- Complimentary parking

- 430 square feet of event space accommodating up to 30 people

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