Valdosta Extended Stay Accommodations
Our rooms feature complete kitchens with full size refrigerators.
Are you looking for a short-term apartment or temporary housing in Valdosta, Georgia? With our apartment-like amenities and included utilities—we have everything you need to be at home. Unlike a hotel where you pay by the night, at InTown Suites you only pay an affordable weekly rate. You can find us at 1558 Baytree Road where we are close to many casual dining options and the shops at the Valdosta mall.
From $169.99 weekly
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1558 Baytree Road, 31602
Office: (229) 247-1569
Guest Line: (229) 293-9111
Mon - Sat: 11:00AM - 7:00PM
About InTown Suites - Extended Stay Living
InTown Suites is the alternative to extended stay hotels and short-term housing. We offer more than 130 locations in 21 states and are growing to serve you even better. And, with our "no lease and no credit check" policy, guests can easily move in, stay as long as they need, and be free to move when they are ready.
Extended Stay Property Features
Each guest room is like a studio apartment with everything you need to stay for a week, a month a year or longer. Our Valdosta temporary housing location offers:
- Fully furnished efficiencies
- Complete kitchens
- Free high-speed Internet
- Premium TV lineup
- Guest laundry facility
- Weekly housekeeping
- Included utilities
- Low weekly rates
- No lease required
- Free local calls
From I-75: Take Exit 18 and travel east on Saint Augustine Road. Just past Valdosta Mall, turn left onto Norman Drive. Travel north two blocks. Our InTown Suites Valdosta property is located at the intersection of Norman Drive and Baytree Road.
Valdosta, Georgia Area Guide
Valdosta has a population of over 45,000; making it Georgia's 11th largest municipality. Valdosta's mild climate and beautiful scenery have made this area a popular destination for many travelers and residents. The municipality boasts big-city amenities with a perfect blend of small-town attractions including many outdoor activities. Because of the vast amount of azalea plants growing within the region and the annual march festival paying tribute to the plant, Valdosta is commonly known as the "Azalea City." In the heart of the city, you'll also find Valdosta University, where over 13,000 students attend class.
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