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Residence Inn Hotel Celebrates the Best of Summer in West Orange, NJ

Hotel to Host Summer BBQ's, Offer Welcome Baskets, Treats, and More for Extended Stay Guests This Season

WEST ORANGE, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 07/08/14 -- Residence Inn West Orange is welcoming its long-term guests this summer season by celebrating some of the region's most popular summer sights and activities. The hotel, located in the heart of West Orange, NJ, grants easy access to the area's varied and vibrant settings and unique summer attractions, while providing the ideal home-away for extended stay guests.

Every Wednesday, through Labor Day, the Residence Inn will host a delicious Summer BBQ, where guests are invited to savor some of their favorite grilled foods and unwind with a refreshing summer drink while enjoying the cool breeze. The courtyard features brand new soft seating and a new fire pit for gathering 'round after a day spent exploring the region.

From local golf courses, museums, and parks, to some of the city's finest dining, the Residence Inn grants easy access to everything West Orange has to offer. Take the family to visit the Thomas Edison Museum and learn about the feats of one of history's greatest innovators, or embark on a wild adventure at the Turtle Back Zoo. Take in a show at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, or explore acres of parkland at Eagle Rock Reservation before sitting down to dine at The Manor or the iconic Highlawn Pavilion. Just moments away, Montclair offers some of the best outdoor dining spots, where guests can trade bites while enjoying a perfect summer day.

The warm, friendly staff and relaxed setting make the Residence Inn ideal for families traveling up from Florida or the South during the hot months, relocating families, or guests in need of a home-like retreat while they renovate. Guests arriving for an extended hotel stay in West Orange, NJ are greeted with complimentary welcome baskets and treats throughout their visit. The dedicated team at the Residence Inn is always ready and willing to accommodate any need to ensure every stay is flawless from start to finish.

About the Residence Inn West Orange

Located in West Orange, our hotel has immediate access to The Manor, The Highlawn Pavilion, the Pleasantdale Chateau, the vibrant city of Montclair, NJ and Interstate 280. We are ideally located near Newark Liberty Airport, Seton Hall University, Montclair State University and the Prudential Center-host to world class entertainment and the proud home of the NJ Devils. Suites offer style and space with room to eat and work. Guests can enjoy a complimentary all American hot and cold breakfast daily, complimentary WI-FI and a complimentary social dining experience three nights a week. Guests can easily explore New York City only 18 miles from the hotel's front door. The hotel is pet-friendly and move-in ready whether guests are looking for temporary housing or a short term stay.

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Residence Inn West Orange
107 Prospect Avenue West Orange, New Jersey 07052 USA
973-669-4700
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/ewrog-residence-nn-west-orange/

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