Staybridge Suites

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Staybridge Suites
Industry Hotel
Founded 1997
Number of locations
220 hotels, 114 under development
Area served
United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe
Parent InterContinental Hotels Group
Staybridge Suites, Maple Grove, Minnesota
Staybridge Suites in Markham, Ontario

Staybridge Suites is an all-suite, residential-style brand of hotels within the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG). The brand targets extended-stay and corporate travelers. There are over 200 Staybridge Suites hotels open in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico and Latin America. The chain competes with Residence Inn, Homewood Suites by Hilton, and Hyatt's Hyatt House in the upscale segment of the extended-stay lodging market. In its early days, the chain was branded as "Staybridge Suites by Holiday Inn."

Staybridge Suites hotels feature residential-style surroundings and services, including their "Great Room" lobby. Hotels in the franchise feature all apartment-style suites with kitchens. Amenities offered by Staybridge Suites include complimentary hot breakfast daily, evening receptions midweek, fitnesscenters and recreational activities . The chain was also one of the first in the industry to provide complimentary wireless internet access throughout the hotel.[1]


The first Staybridge Suites opened in Alpharetta, Georgia, U.S. in 1998. In 2004, Staybridge Suites reached 75 hotels with addition of Eatontown, New Jersey. The brand reached this size faster than its competitors.[1]

When the 132-suite Staybridge Suites Liverpool hotel opened in June 2008 it became the brand's first property outside North America[2] and the first extended stay hotel chain to debut in Europe.

In October 2015, Staybridge Suites brand announced a new Urban guest room design created for future hotel developments in urban markets. The new design addresses our owners’ need to maximize land use more efficiently in urban locations where the hotel footprint is generally smaller compared to suburban properties. It was recently used to create the framework of the guest room layout in the 111-room Staybridge Suites located in Downtown Denver, currently in development.[3]


In August 2009, Staybridge Suites was ranked highest in the extended-stay segment according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2009 Hotel Guest Satisfaction Study.[4] In July 2009, Staybridge Suites was named Best in Customer Satisfaction by Market Metrix, LLC for superiority in customer satisfaction among all upscale hotel brands during the first quarter of 2009.[5] Recently, Business Travel News rated Staybridge Suites as the top upscale extended stay brand in their 2011 U.S. Hotel Chain Survey.[6]


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