Baja California

Tijuana Gets Its First Extended Suites Hotel, With Rooms Equipped to Live In

This is the right place for long stay guests looking for a place like home

The new Extended Suites Hotel in Tijuana just opened its doors and the concept is perfect for people that are planning to stay for more than three days in the city and who look for a space with the characteristics of a fully equipped and cozy suite.

With this opening, Extended Suites adds to its chain a total of six hotels throughout Mexico, and the one in Tijuana is the second in Baja California after the also recently opened one in the city of Mexicali.

With 123 spacious rooms with all the services, from integrated kitchen, laundry service, gym and swimming pool, the hotel is a sample of the specialized concept of full equipped rooms that Mexico is beginning to have.

The location of the hotel was strategically planned, because the proximity major thoroughfares was considered, as well as having important places just a few yards away, such as the World Trade Center of Tijuana, an industrial zone and malls, in this case, Macroplaza.

The laundry area is fully equipped.

Guests with an extended stay of more than three days may have a significant discount, saving almost 30% of the cost.

There's a special price as an inaugural opening, which consists of simple rooms at just $67.00 USD per night, and if you want to make it double, you'll only have to pay an extra $6 USD if the demand of the rooms is not that high.

The pool has the Cerro Colorado landscape as background

This type of facilities are the perfect option for those with long stays planned in the city, especially those who come to the city to take courses, seminars, medical treatment or to work in local companies of the manufacturing industry, just to name a few.

At this opening, Oscar Escobedo, Minister for Tourism in the State, highlighted the constant growth of the hotel sector. Extended Suites Hotel was the 20th hotel that has been inaugurated so far this year.

The rooms are equipped with a kitchen with the right accessories to cook.

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Translated by: cristina.mora@sandiegored.com

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