This is an Extended Stay America review. During our family vacation, we stayed at the Extended Stay America in Plymouth Meeting, PA, and the Extended Stay America in Greensboro, NC.
Family Travel and Family Get-togethers Made Easier with Extended Stay America
This summer we had a few different events going on all in the eastern part of the United States. First, we had Grandmom’s (my mother-in-law) 70th birthday party in a suburb of Philadelphia, then Avery’s (a cousin) Bat Mitzvah in another suburb of Philadelphia, and lastly, drop off for the kid’s camp in Greensboro, NC.
This required some logistics planning on our part. We wanted to make sure we were able to get to all of the events and had a good place to stay that would comfortably accommodate us during that time.
The summer before we stayed in an Extended Stay America during our trip to Dallas. It worked out so well, we thought we would stay there again for this trip.
Extended Stay America Review for Family Travel – Plymouth Meeting
Since the Extended Stay America in Plymouth Meeting had easy access to the highway and was somewhat between the two suburbs, we chose to stay there. Like the other Extended Stay Americas this one had a full-size refrigerator, which helped us save some money on snacks and drinks. We made a Wawa run and stocked up on some drinks and other favorites from there. My kids love the Wawa apple slices.
In addition, we had free wifi which made it easy for my husband to still work while we were away from home. With good wifi, he was able to have two web meetings while we were there. And as another perk, we had a huge room at this hotel. There was plenty of room to hang out with extended family members in our hotel room. On a few occasions, other family members came to our hotel to get together between events. It worked out great!
Each morning before we would head out for the day, we grabbed some granola bars, muffins, or an oatmeal along with coffee from the free grab-and-go breakfast.
Extended Stay America Review Family Vacation – Greensboro Airport
After Philadelphia, we drove to North Carolina and spent a night at the Extended Stay America Greensboro Aiport. Just like the other location, this hotel worked out well. We had a little bit of free time and the kids were able to burn off some energy in the pool.
Once again, we had a nice experience using Extended Stay America during our vacation and would love to stay there again on future family vacations.
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