Marriott, A Dog Wearing a Tie Visits Boulder on a Business Trip and Expenses His Lottery Ticket?

Residence Inn provides essential (and not-so-essential) travel tips for road warriors

2012-11-06 — / — As the busy fall travel season continues into the hectic holiday travel season, Residence Inn by Marriott is making sure that extended-stay travelers are prepared for whatever their trips may bring. By providing road warriors with critical (and not-so-critical) travel tips and facts, Residence Inn wants to keep their wheels turning, whether traveling by plane, train or automobile:

• Who knew to use a dryer sheet to keep their clothes smelling fresh in their suitcase? Find more tips in 14 Clever Travel Hacks to Make Your Trip Awesome.

• Reminisce about the days of Uncle Jesse in Full House by viewing the top-ten not-so-successful stays in 10 Famous Visits that Got Out of Hand.

• Have you ever seen so many pets in work attire? Check them out in 13 Animals Who Know It’s Business Time.

• See the most ridiculous expense report items in The 11 Craziest Things Ever Expensed on a Business Trip and learn what NOT to expense (ever!).

• On a (slightly) more serious note, the 10 Most Incredible and Underrated Cities to Live In shows what travelers have been missing out on in Providence, Louisville and more.

• Find out how to make business trips just a tad more amusing in 20 Gifts that Will Make You Want to Travel for Business.

Thanks to the talented team at BuzzFeed, Residence Inn has put the fun in fundamentals of extended-stay travel with these lists of juicy travel tips and stories. From large suites with full kitchens to complimentary Wi-Fi and hot breakfast, Residence Inn helps extended-stay travelers thrive – and survive with these entertaining BuzzFeed articles – when they are away from home.

With more than 600 properties in the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East and Central America, Residence Inn by Marriott is a leader in the extended-stay lodging segment. Designed for long stays, the brand offers spacious suites with separate living and sleeping areas. Fully functional kitchens, grocery delivery, 24-hour markets and complimentary breakfast help guests maintain a healthy balance while on the road. Complimentary Wi-Fi allows guests to stay connected to the home and office, while health and fitness options and inviting lobby spaces provide comfortable places to work and relax.

Residence Inn participates in the company’s award-winning Marriott Rewards® frequent travel program that allows members to earn hotel points or airline miles for every dollar spent during each stay. For more information or reservations, call the Residence Inn toll-free number at 800-331-3131 or visit For travel tips, the latest on the brand or to connect with other travelers, “like” Residence Inn on Facebook:

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Marriott, A Dog Wearing a Tie Visits Boulder on a Business Trip and Expenses His Lottery Ticket?

Marriott, A Dog Wearing a Tie Visits Boulder on a Business Trip and Expenses His Lottery Ticket?