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A Place to Live, a Place to Stay

A Place to Live, a Place to Stay

(NAPS)-A hotel brand known for providing reliable lodging experiences is spending time, money and ingenuity to make sure that those in need have a roof over their heads.
This major hospitality brand, now celebrating its 25th anniversary, has been spending most of its years supporting Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit organization founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live.
As part of Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott's Hospitality at Home(r) program, hotel associates, owners and franchisees go out into their communities and build homes for those in need. In addition, when hotel refurbishments occur, participating hotels donate items to Habitat ReStores, retail stores that sell quality used and surplus building materials and furnishings to raise money.
While supporting its local communities, Fairfield Inn & Suites also helps business travelers while they're on the road. With more than 675 properties throughout North America, Fairfield Inn & Suites is also committed to providing an easy and productive travel experience, as well as consistent and reliable service at an exceptional value to its guests. Fairfield Inn & Suites offers suite rooms with separate areas for working, relaxing and sleeping, and an entertainment area with an additional television, an in-room minirefrigerator and a microwave. Other amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi and hot breakfast, on-site business services, laundry and same-day dry-cleaning service, a fitness room, a swimming pool and The Market-a 24/7 food and beverage pantry.
Guests are also eligible to participate in Marriott Rewards(r), an award-winning guest loyalty program. It's free to join and points can be redeemed for hotel stays, airline miles, rental cars, cruises, merchandise and more.
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