Want to see all there is to see and do all there is to do in Long Beach? Then make sure your digs are comfortable and practical. An extended stay hotel is a great option if you’ll be sticking around Long Beach for a while. Stock up on your favorite foods and save money by cooking your own delicious meals in the included kitchenette. The extra living space offered by most long-term hotels gives you and your family or traveling companions room to stretch out and enjoy some rest and relaxation on your trip.
Long-stay hotels can serve adventurous travelers in a variety of ways. If you simply want to simmer in Long Beach for a few weeks or months, extended stays give you a home-like feel during your travels. Visiting Long Beach for a short-term work assignment or need a place to unpack your bags during your relocation process? Whatever your reason, Travelocity is here to help you find an excellent extended stay to keep you comfy and happy during your travels.
An extended stay is much more than just a roof over your head (though we’re big fans of roofs). Many conveniences give solace to the weary adventurer. Use the included Wi-Fi to read your kiddos their favorite bedtime story at night over video chat. Check out some excellent new shows on the premium channels you don’t even have at home. Depending on which long-term stay hotels you consider, you might also be able to stick to your exercise routine and help ease any travel aches in the hotel’s pool, exercise room, and spa.
At Travelocity, we can help you find exactly the accommodation you want at a price just right for the discerning wanderer.
We have up to a variety of Extended Stay Hotels available in Long Beach, ranging from $118 to $206.
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Travelers to Long Beach can find Extended Stay Hotels priced as low as $118.
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|The Historic Broadlind Hotel at Long Beach Convention Center|