Extended-stay hotels are a type of hotel that offers weekly rates along with daily and monthly options. Examples of extended-stay hotel chains as of 2015 include Extended Stay America, Choice Hotels and InTown Suites. Extended-stay hotels typically offer apartment-style spaces suitable for those relocating for work, on short- or long-term work assignments or looking to save money while on a long vacation.
Extended Stay America has approximately 700 hotels throughout the United States as of 2015, notes ExtendedStayAmerica.com. The suites are equipped with full kitchens, free Wi-Fi and a separate work area. Guests who search for a stay of seven or more consecutive nights receive the discounted weekly rate. Those who plan to stay more than 29 days may receive a discounted monthly rate.
Choice Hotels provides two different brands of extended-stay hotels: MainStay Suites and Suburban Extended Stay Hotel. Guests can choose either a studio or a one-bedroom suite. All accommodations come with a full kitchen, free Wi-Fi and free premium movie channels. The hotel offers weekly housekeeping, a business center and onsite laundry. Suburban Extended Stay Hotels are studio suites with weekly housekeeping, onsite laundry, free Internet access and a free movie channel.
InTown Suites offer weekly rates at nearly 200 locations in 22 states as of 2015, notes InTownSuites.com. The chain's properties include Sun Suites, Crestwood Suites and Home-Towne Suites. The suites are equipped will full kitchens and high-speed Internet access.