Why stay at InTown Suites?

With the beautiful summer weather upon us, there is so much to see and so many places to explore — it’s the perfect season to get out of the house and hit the open road for an adventure. But leaving home doesn’t have to mean leaving the comforts of home. When you choose extended stay accommodations, you’ll enjoy plenty of features and amenities that enhance your trip, making it easier and more enjoyable.

So, why stay at InTown Suites? 

1) It’s convenient.

With nearly 190 locations in 22 states across America, finding affordable extended stay accommodations has never been easier!

Enjoy convenient proximity to many sought-after attractions and things to do, with many of our properties located on transit routes and near main highways. Find a property you’re interested in, and browse the Map and the Guide tabs for insight into exact location, as well as lists of popular nearby attractions.

2) You’ll benefit from our helpful services.

Being on the road doesn’t have to mean giving up the comforts and conveniences of home. Settling in for an extended stay? Take advantage of our everyday services and amenities.

  • Mail — all of our locations are set up for personal mail delivery. We invite you to request this service upon move-in.
  • Housekeeping — we happily offer a weekly housekeeping service that is included in the price of your stay.
  • Laundry — all of our properties offer laundry facilities for a nominal fee.
  • WiFi — for your convenience, each room offers high speed WiFi or wired Internet access.

3) You’ll get more, for less.

Wherever you are, InTown provides everything you need for a comfortable extended stay.

While configuration and layout vary slightly from property to property, each room is equipped like a studio apartment that gives you access to helpful amenities not found at a regular hotel, including:

  • Kitchen with a full-size refrigerator, two-burner stove and microwave
  • Dinette table and chairs
  • Full-size or larger bed
  • Large TV with remote
  • Expanded TV channel lineup with free Premium Movie Channels
  • Three-drawer dresser
  • Nightstand
  • Sleeper sofa or lounge chair
  • Closet area
  • Spacious bathroom with shower or tub depending on location
  • Telephone with free local calls
  • Voicemail
  • High speed Internet access

We also offer flexible payment options, and value pricing perfect for extended stays. After the first week, you can extend your stay by the week or use our Stay-Over Rate to extend your stay for less than a week. Some locations also offer Monthly PLU$ Rates, which mean significant savings when you pay for several weeks in advance.

Find InTown Suites’ extended stay properties on the road; your home away from home during your next great adventure.

5 National Parks to Explore in 2016

Our national parks showcase the diverse and beautiful landscapes America has to offer. From the vast desert terrain of Death Valley to the rugged coastal wilderness of Acadia, there are over 400 national parks across the country for you to explore and reconnect with nature.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. To help celebrate a century of protecting America’s natural treasures, all 127 National Parks that normally charge an entrance fee are offering free admission for 16 days throughout 2016!

With so many incredible parks to choose from, we’ve created a list of 5 parks that embody the true spirit of the land of the free and the home of the brave.

1) Yellowstone National Park

Where: Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming

Not only is Yellowstone the country’s first national park, it’s the first national park in the world! Established in 1872, this pristine national park in America’s wild west boasts abundant wildlife, captivating geothermal features (Old Faithful, anyone?), and cascading waterfalls. There are plenty of opportunities to see our national mammal, the North American bison, up close. They’re known to own the road and cause traffic jams throughout the park.

2) Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Where: North Carolina and Tennessee

Rolling ridges of dense forests blanket America’s most visited national park. These ancient mountains are home to diverse animal and plant life, and protect the heritage of Southern Appalachian culture. Cades Cove, a lush valley teeming with wildlife, is one of the park’s most popular attractions. Along the scenic eleven-mile loop around the cove, you’ll discover historic homes, log cabins, and churches built by the area’s European settlers.

3) Grand Canyon National Park

Where: Arizona

One of the most iconic sights in the country, the world-famous Grand Canyon is a breathtaking 277 miles long, 18 miles wide and a mile deep. Explore this vast natural wonder on the water, over land, and by air. Hike down to the bottom of the canyon, cruise along the Colorado River, or take in spectacular views on a thrilling helicopter ride. This is one national park that should be on everyone’s bucket list.

4) Acadia National Park

Where: Maine

The Atlantic Ocean meets unspoiled mountain terrain in one of the country’s most picturesque national parks. While Acadia is one of the smaller national parks, it’s chock full of scenic drives, hiking trails, swimming areas, and is home to the tallest mountain on the east coast. Get up early, hike or drive to the top of Cadillac mountain, and be one of the first in the country to see the sun rise.

5) Death Valley National Park

Where: California and Nevada

Don’t let the name scare you away! Death Valley has the distinction of being the hottest, the driest, and the lowest national park in America. Explore 3.4 million acres of diverse and striking landscapes that might have you thinking you’re on another planet. From stretching salt flats and rolling sand dunes to lush oases and deep canyons, there is an abundance of natural wonder to discover in Death Valley.

On your journey to discover America’s national parks, you’ll need a retreat from your incredible outdoor adventures. InTown Suites’ extended stay properties offer affordable accommodations in convenient locations.