Residence Inn in Conshohocken, Pa., completes renovation

The Residence Inn by Marriott in Conshohocken, Pa., underwent a complete renovation of its 137 suites and public spaces, transforming it into an upscale hotel. Waterford Hotel Group, a national hotel and convention center management firm based in Waterford, Conn., operates the hotel.

The residential-style studio, one bedroom and two bedroom suites offer accommodations that are 50 percent larger than traditional hotel guestrooms. The layout provides separate zones where guests can relax, work, eat and sleep, thereby maintaining their routines while away from home. The kitchens have been updated, now outfitted with full-sized refrigerators and stainless steel appliances. Other changes include larger workspace, complimentary high-speed Internet access, multiple outlets and 37-inch flat screen televisions. Bathrooms now have extra storage space.

The hotel's re-designed lobby and great room were transformed into multi-functional living spaces. Meanwhile, the new open communal living space allows guests to connect with in a modern living room style lounge. Complimentary Wi-Fi and private "nooks" with personal high-definition flat screen televisions provide a private/public workspace outside of the suites.

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The hotel similarly unveiled a new fitness room, offering free weights and new cardiovascular equipment. The renovated Residence Inn Conshohocken also has a brand new lounge.

The Residence Inn Conshohocken is the only extended stay Marriott hotel in Conshohocken, and is located near Philadelphia, Radnor, the PA Convention Center, Villanova University, the King of Prussia Mall and the Philadelphia Zoo. It is similarly close to Valley Forge National Park, Independence Hall and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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