Congratulations on your grand opening! The Residence Inn by Marriott at Flamingo Crossings is $30.5M all-suite brand, combining upscale style and functionality: suites are spacious featuring full kitchens and separate living and sleeping areas in every room. A total of 223 units in 204K square feet. WPC is the General Contractor, Baker Barrios Architects, Inc is the architect and the developer is Doradus Partners.
Situated ideally off the 429 expressway and adjacent to the FLAMINGO CROSSINGS Town Center, The Residence Inn is in the perfect location. Under 10 minutes from Disney parks, we offer upgraded amenities and services. Experience the upscale and spacious one- and two-bedroom suites with separate living and sleeping areas (all with full size kitchens). In addition there's a family friendly restaurant, resort style pool with adjacent bar, BBQ grill areas, fire-pit and Sports Complex at the hotel's adjacent sister property.
As the first and largest longer stay hotel brand in the world with over 870 properties, Residence Inn has been dedicated to creating upscale, modern residential spaces for guests to truly live their life on the road – on their own terms and without constraints. Residence Inn's well-appointed suites feature separate spaces to live, work, and sleep including full kitchens. With complimentary grocery delivery service, guests can eat well and enjoy homecooked meals on the in-suite dining bar or relax outside by the pool and firepits.
Trip Advisor Review:
The suite was nicely laid out, with a kitchen area, and well equipped for extended stay. It had all the pots and pans, utensils, dishes, and appliances anyone would need. The King bed we had was comfortable, and the desk was handy. This suite was very well thought out and designed. There was a large, very clean, walk in shower, suitable for handicap accessibility. The breakfast buffet was as expected for a good hotel. The kids would like the Mickey Mouse waffles.
WPC has a long history of building Marriott brands, in fact two of WPC's first hotel projects were for Marriott corporate, dating back to 1989. Today WPC building hospitality projects flying a variety of hotel flags, as well as with privately owned properties – with projects ranging between $5M and $50M.