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Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Airport Has Completed a Full-Scale Renovation Project Inside and Out

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 08/13/14 -- At Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Airport, the mission is simple: provide guests with the courtesy and simple comforts they need and nothing they don't. As of March 2014, this Las Vegas airport lodging has completed a full scale renovation project with that basic tenet in mind. Both hard and soft goods of the interior have been updated to reflect the contemporary aesthetic of Vegas, while outside, the Porte-cochère has been completely modernized, and is a welcoming emblem of Fairfield Inn's standard.

Guests visiting Las Vegas for pleasure will find that the new digs at Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Airport will match the feel of a hotel right on the Strip at a fraction of the cost. These hotel rooms near Las Vegas Airport have the necessities covered -- like plush King or Queen Guestrooms, premium cable, high-speed internet, in-room coffeemakers, and an outdoor pool -- so that guests can save any excesses for nights cruising the Strip nearby and the stories they'll never be able to tell. The new Fairfield Inn knows why you're in town, and they've already taken care of the details for you. All that's left for an unforgettable Vegas getaway is making sure you can remember it.

Vegas isn't always a party, and Fairfield Inn knows that well. Sometimes there is real work to be done. Free high-speed internet is just the start of keeping business traveler's connected. The hotel's full service business center provides professionals the resources they need to keep pace with their business. Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Airport is also an ideal location for any business meetings. Their two Las Vegas hotel meeting rooms span 1000 sq. feet and are perfectly sized for productive meetings, training events, and seminars. The hotel's airport location allows easy access to some of the most important Las Vegas meeting facilities -- The Las Vegas Convention Center and the Sands Expo Center are just minutes away.

Whether you're staying with the newly renovated Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Airport for business or pleasure, all guests can rely on hot breakfast every morning, the attention of Fairfield Inn's friendly staff working to make your stay comfortable and productive, and premium value with an understanding that even among the opulence of Las Vegas, sometimes simpler is better.

About Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Airport
The recently renovated Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Airport invites guests to leave their worries at the door -- because they're already taken care of by the hotel. A free shuttle to and from the hotel and airport starts and ends each stay with convenience. Complimentary WiFi keep business travelers plugged in to the pulse of their work and allows pleasure seekers to share (or not share) their Vegas vacation with friends. Business travelers will particularly appreciate the hotel's close proximity to The Las Vegas Convention Center and the Sands Expo Center, for when work needs to expand beyond the bounds of the hotel's well appointed, full-service business center, library, and 1,000 sq. feet of meeting space. Families visiting students will love how near the hotel is to the University of Nevada. And pleasure seekers will want to take advantage of this hotel's exceptional value so close to the Strip. All guests will enjoy the hotel's freshly minted Queen or King Guestrooms complete with simple, convenient furnishings like coffeemakers, microwaves, and mini-fridges, and services like the hotel's laundry and dry cleaning service -- all serving to make your stay hassle-free. An outdoor pool and 24-hour Fitness Center for a well-balanced Vegas escape round out the Hotel's sensible amenities, while hot breakfast every morning ensures guests start each day of their trip right. Unique among Vegas hotels, the simple comforts of Fairfield Inn provide guests the reassurance that their needs are met, while the hotel's new look distinctly reminds them that they've escaped to Las Vegas.

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CONTACT:
Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Airport
3850 South Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV
1-702-791-0899
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/lasfi-fairfield-inn-las-vegas-airport/

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