Residence Inn San Diego Oceanside completes $2M renovation

Residence Inn San Diego Oceanside wrapped up a $2 million floor-to-ceiling renovation. Blending contemporary style and modern amenities, the property in Oceanside, Calif., updated its guest suites and public spaces.

The renovations started at the hotel's lobby. One of the lobby's walls was torn down, creating an open and inviting space complete with seating and communal tables. Flat-panel TVs and free Wi-Fi were also added, allowing guests to work or socialize.

Also ocean-themed art was introduced to the hotel as part of the renovation. The suites have new carpet and reupholstered furniture. Similarly, new plush bedding is available.

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The extended-stay hotel focused its remodeling efforts on other public spaces as well. The fitness center and 571-square-foot meeting room were refreshed with new carpet and vinyl. New pool furniture was also added in time for the warmer weather. 

Residence Inn San Diego Oceanside at 3603 Ocean Ranch Blvd. in Oceanside, Calif., is located near SeaWorld San Diego, Oceanside Pier, Camp Pendleton and downtown San Diego. The hotel has four floors, 125 suites, one meeting room with 571 square feet of event space, a fitness center and outdoor pool.

Scott Hausknecht serves as the GM of Residence Inn San Diego Oceanside. 

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