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Great visit! Visited to attend the 90th bday of a family member. Nathan, at the Front Desk was fantastic. I was previously told that we could only stay at this hotel for one night and we needed two. Nathan worked it out for us to...More
We stayed here with my 4 year old and 7 month old to spend Christmas with my sister and her family.
My daughter first wet the bed Christmas Eve. I went to the desk to request the one beds sheets be changed even though it...More
Thank Molly G
Response from Sabrina W, Manager at Residence Inn Durham Research Triangle ParkResponded 3 weeks ago
I sincerely apologize for your experience at our hotel. I assure you we take issues such as these very seriously and I'll be contacting you shortly to discuss it further.
I recently stayed in one of the 2bd/2bath suites. It was me, my boyfriend, and my teen daughter, and we didn't all want to share a room. Rather than to have my daughter on a sleeper couch, we decided to go with 2 separate rooms....More
This is the first time that I have stayed at a Residence Inn, but it wlll not be the last. The comfortable is large and very comfortable. Everything about our room at this facility was perfect! Easy access to the thermostat, full kitchen, very energy...More
Thank Wayne C
Response from Beth E, General Manager at Residence Inn Durham Research Triangle ParkResponded 25 October 2017
We are happy that our Residence Inn was a great fit!
After a long day of packing up our home for pending relocation. It was a breath of fresh air when my wife informed me that when checking into this hotel, the service she reveived was first class. She mentioned that an employee named Anne was...More