|By PR Newswire||
|November 28, 2012 02:10 PM EST||
MIAMI, Nov. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- As the most innovative pet-friendly hotel in Miami, Residence Inn Miami Airport is proud to welcome all well-mannered dogs, cats, birds and fish to accompany their humans during their South Beach holiday getaway. Located just one mile from Miami International Airport at the Marriott Miami Airport Campus, this extended-stay lodging destination provides comfortable amenities and a convenient location to please two- and four-legged family members alike.
Ensuring comfort and enjoyment, this hotel offers pet-friendly areas, a pet walk path and waste receptacle, and a "Pet-in-Room" sign to let other guests know a furry friend is inside. For humans, the hotel and the Marriott Miami Airport Campus features some of the most delectable American restaurants in Miami. Enjoy fresh seafood and steak at Cane Fire Grille, a sizzling new restaurant and lounge, or stop by Courtyard Miami Airport's Champions Sports Bar for one of 25 types of beer in a lively sports-fueled atmosphere.
Other distinct amenities include:
- PURE® hypo-allergenic accommodations where humans and animals can stay nestled in cotton-rich linens and feather pillows
- Complimentary high-speed Internet, airport and Blue Lagoon Office Park shuttle service, breakfast and social hours
- Full kitchens
- A 2,800-square-foot fitness center
- A refreshing outdoor pool and Jacuzzi
As part of the hotel policy, a pet acceptance agreement must be signed at check-in and a $100 non-refundable sanitation fee is required. No more than two pets may occupy a guest room and they must be leashed, caged or firmly held when in all common areas.
About Residence Inn Miami Airport
Maintain a productive and relaxing work/life balance at Residence Inn Miami Airport, a top Miami airport hotel. Explore exciting attractions, including Coconut Grove, University of Miami and Coral Gables, just minutes from your door, and enjoy our complimentary daily breakfast buffet, airport shuttle and high-speed Internet. Experience the conveniences of the Marriott Miami Airport Campus, shared with a full-service Marriott and Courtyard hotel. With 163 spacious suites, we provide the best temporary housing in Miami, featuring full kitchens, homelike surroundings and a community atmosphere to make you feel instantly welcome whether you're staying for the night, the week or the month.
For more information or to make a reservation, call 305-642-8570 or visit www.residenceinnmiamiairport.com.
SOURCE Residence Inn Miami Airport
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