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Sunday, August 6, 2017

Extended Stay America is There for Your Medical Travel.

Taking a trip for a medical purpose can be expensive. I’m not talking about the medical part, I mean all the non medical things that the family has to cover. When someone has a surgery out of the area where they live they have to have someone with them. This person can’t stay at the hospital with them, so they need to get a hotel room, food etc. It can add up quick. I love that I have found lots of hotels give discounts, but it still can get expensive. One of the hotels I have found is Extended Stay America. They are affordable and lots of room for those multi day stays.




Recently I had to have surgery. We had to be there 2 days in advance for pre-op testing and figured I would be in the hospital for 2 nights. Extended Stay America (Biltmore in Phoenix) was kind enough to host us, and then my husband (and my emotional support dog House). One thing to remember about Extended Stay is that you get a kitchen, not just a mini fridge. I’m talking a stove, and a full fridge. We walked into the room and was greeted with two fantastic gift baskets welcoming us. It was very kind of the staff to make us feel like the hotel was home while we needed it. I want to note that the bed was high (which is fine for me), and very comfortable!






If you need anything, all you need to do is call the desk and they will bring up cutlery, cooking items etc. It was great. The hotel even has an outdoor pool (my husband enjoyed it even though it was 115 out).



The room was clean and even while I was in the hospital, my husband said if he needed anything they were happy to help. We did end up needing something. My surgery didn’t go as planned and what was supposed to be a 2 night stay turned into 7 nights. We weren’t sure when I was going home. Extended Stay America was very helpful and extended the say daily as we needed it without having to change rooms. I know in the past this has happened and we had to move rooms. So a huge shout out to them for taking care of my husband and Dog during a very stressful time.



Extended Stay America has locations all over the US, so If you are needing to travel like we did for medical or vacation, I highly recommend them. They are quiet, spacious, great locations and very importantly affordable. Having a nice, safe and affordable place to stay can take a huge weight off any trip.


Have you stayed at one? How did you like it, good, bad how was your experience?

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25 comments:

  1. We have used Extended Stays before. I am allergic to most foods, and can not eat out. Being able to have a full kitchen is critical.

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  2. Wow! You definitely do not get service like that just anywhere! It's good to know how accommodating they are for our future trips. Thank you so much for the review!

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  3. That nice of them to be flexible.

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  4. We will be looking for an Extended Stay duting our trip down Route 66!

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  5. We've never stayed with them, but I love that should we travel in the US, there is a place that's reliable AND that has a mini kitchen. We need that to travel safely for all our food allergies.

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  6. I haven't used an Extended Stay before, maybe I will when I do some more traveling!

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  7. Never had to use but nice to know should the need arise.

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  8. Im glad ive never had to make use of these services but this sounds great.

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  9. I love the Extended Stay hotels - it gives the family a sense of feeling like they're still home with the ability to make meals, have larger rooms so the family doesn't have to split up.

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  10. Love the wood, and so spotless

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  11. Even tho you didn't go there for a fun vacation, it's a very nice room. I love that there's a full kitchen.

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  12. Wow this seems very accommodating. I hope your surgery went well!

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  13. I hope we never need to use something like this. It is very nice to know that services like this exist though . Thank you for the helpful information.

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  14. Wow! Extended Stay is awesome, very accommodating.

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  15. I have NEVER heard of that hotel but with my sickness I Will tell u its a blessing you posted. So many things aren't covered and to find a hotel that offers all this is totally awesome

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  16. Looks really nice! So clean and fresh :)

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  17. Thank you so much for your review, we are thinking about building a house and it will be so far from our home, we had planned on staying at a hotel. This solution would be so much better. I have MS and having the convenience of a kitchen and not having to get out and eat out is great. I will be checking into these to see if they have any where we are looking at land.

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  18. Looks like a great place to stay. Hope you are better now.
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  19. Looks like a great place to stay , great service and accommodating.

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  20. Nice! Every city needs a house like this.

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  21. Oh wow, Extended stay sounds great! That kitchen makes a huge difference!

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  22. This is a great idea for the next vacation. Thanks for sharing this.

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  23. Stopping by to tell u I told a couple of my friends and relatives about this and they can't say Thank you enough for giving us this info.

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