Crestline Hotels & Resorts to manage the Residence Inn Manassas Battlefield Park

Crestline Hotels & Resorts assumed management of the Residence Inn Manassas Battlefield Park. The property recently completed a renovation to all of their guest suites and the public areas of the hotel. This is Crestline's 17th hotel in the state of Virginia. The 107 guest suite hotel is owned by Apple REIT Nine, headquartered in Richmond, Va.

The Residence Inn Manassas Battlefield Park offers  suites with complimentary Internet access, fully-equipped kitchens with a refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, coffeemaker, dishes and utensils, as well as a 37 inch flat-screen TV in studio suites, and two or more 32 inch flat-screen TVs in larger suites. In addition, all accommodations have separate areas for living and sleeping. The hotel is pet-friendly (fees and restrictions apply), smoke free and offers complimentary guest parking.

Each morning guests are treated to a complimentary hot breakfast. Evenings have socials with light dinners and drinks served Monday through Wednesday. For meetings and events there is a 272-square-foot meeting room that can  accommodate up to 20 guests. For recreation, guests have access to the hotel's fitness center, indoor swimming pool and Sport Court.

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