Hometowne Studios by Red Roof® Opens in East Lansing - Okemos, Michigan

USA, Columbus, Ohio. June 28, 2022

Red Roof®, the leader in economy lodging, has announced the opening of the 78-room HomeTowne Studios by Red Roof East Lansing - Okemos located in Okemos, Michigan.

The extended stay property features kitchenettes with full-sized refrigerators, free in-room Verified Wi-Fi™, HD flat-screen TVs with free expanded cable, extended stay rates, free coffee in the lobby, coin laundry and weekly housekeeping. An onsite fitness facility and free parking are also available, as well as a 24-hour front desk where kitchen kits are available for purchase for a low fee.

Located conveniently off of I-96 in at 2335 Woodlake Drive in Okemos, the hotel is close to many attractions including Michigan State University, Spartan Stadium, Wharton Center for Performing Arts, Meridian Historical Village and Capital Region International Airport (LAN).

This hotel participates in RediRewards® from Red Roof that goes beyond free nights with benefits members can use every day! Members may use their RediPoints on the RediShop catalog for gift cards and/or other merchandise; RediSave 30% on their room rate when they combine points with other payment; and have RediAccess to discount coupons across thousands of retail, entertainment, and service categories. HomeTowne Studios Battle Creek also participates in Red Roof's RediClean® program, designed to help keep guests and staff safe.


HomeTowne Studios - East Lansing-Okemos, Michigan lobby
HomeTowne Studios - East Lansing-Okemos, Michigan guest room
HomeTowne Studios - East Lansing-Okemos, Michigan outdoor patio
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About Red Roof

Business Contact:

Paul Kesman
Partner
MFC PR
T: +1 248-321-2035
E: [email protected]
W: http://www.mfcpr.com

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