Ideal for couples wanting extra space and privacy or those traveling with small children. This one bedroom one bath suite is approximately 575 sq. ft. and features a fully equipped kitchen with granite counter tops and full size appliances, a separate living room, dining area and a king size bedroom and one full bathroom. A fold out queen-size sofa bed and a queen size wall bed is provided in the living area.
One Bedroom One Bath Amenities:
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- Fully equipped kitchen w/ breakfast bar
- Two flat screen color cable televisions (32” in living room and a 27” in bedroom)
- CD/DVD stereo system
- Two telephones (living room & bedroom)
- Hair Dryer
- Iron/Ironing Board
- King size bed in bedroom
- Queen size sofa bed provided in the living area
- Queen size wall bed provided in the living area
- Bathroom with shower only
- Sleeps private 4 maximum 6
All prices are subject to applicable state and local taxes.
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