Sree Hotels opens Myrtle Beach, S.C., Residence Inn

The Residence Inn Myrtle Beach Oceanfront offers studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites. Photo credit: Marriott International

The 191-suite Residence Inn by Marriott in Myrtle Beach, S.C., is open. Charlotte, N.C.-based Sree Hotels owns and manages the franchised hotel.

The oceanfront property is 2 miles from Myrtle Beach International Airport and offers its guests convenient access to Market Common, Family Kingdom Amusement Park, Barefoot Landing, Broadway at the Beach and Coastal Grand Mall.

“We are pleased to introduce Residence Inn hotels in the Myrtle Beach area,” said Diane Mayer, VP/global brand manager, Residence Inn. “When on the road for an extended period, our guests need space to spread out, maintain their life’s pace and restore their energy to help them maintain a healthy balance and routine while traveling. This new hotel offers them a seamless blend of modern style and functionality that allows them to settle in and thrive.”

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“Residence Inn Myrtle Beach Oceanfront is the extended-stay hotel to elevate your next vacation,” said Nancy Lee, the hotel’s GM. “This hotel offers a perfect blend of business and leisure amenities, exceptional customer service and a prime oceanfront location along the popular south end of Myrtle Beach.”

The Residence Inn is an all-suites hotel that offers studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites. Suites feature complimentary Wi-Fi, a work desk, a full kitchen and a separate living area. All guests can enjoy pet-friendly hospitality, a fitness center and complimentary hot breakfast daily. The hotel also provides an on-site restaurant.

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