Residence Inn by Marriott to open soon in Carmel Valley

The 118-suite Residence Inn hotel in the Carmel Valley/Del Mar area is scheduled to open in a few weeks. The hotel is adorned with modern art, contemporary sculptures, custom photography and original oil paintings. Renowned artist Jerome Gastaldi has designed a custom gallery for the lobby of the Residence Inn to greet road warriors and families alike. Outside of the hotel, guests will be welcomed by two abstract sculptures, a whimsical kite piece, and a figurative bronze horse.

Residence Inn by Marriott is an extended stay, all-suite hotel designed for travelers looking for all the comforts of the modern home, including glass showers and covered secured parking. By offering a complimentary hot breakfast, a reception three nights a week and suites that are 50 percent larger than the average hotel room, “guests feel right at home.” Additionally, the hotel was built with a particular emphasis on being environmentally responsible by including energy conserving appliances, LED lighting, three electric vehicle charging stations, and the use of recycled materials.

Located at 3525 Valley Centre Drive, the Residence Inn San Diego Del Mar hotel is owned by Carmel Valley Residence Hotel, LLC and managed by Marriott International, Inc.
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