Dedicated living room, full kitchen, and separate bedroom layout sets the brand-new U.S. hotel concept apart from its competitors
Say goodbye to one-room-fits-all: Thanks to new U.S. hotel brand stayAPT Suites, spacious, comfortable accommodations while away from home are now available to travelers. The first-of-its-kind hotel concept opens one of its first locations on October 1 in Goldsboro, N.C., supporting the brand’s nationwide launch. Guiding the stayAPT Suites experience is a design philosophy that abandons the traditional “one-room” hotel layout in favor of a residential-feeling suite with intentional spaces.
Visitors to Eastern North Carolina will be among the first to experience the game-changing layout marked by a dedicated living room, full kitchen, and separate bedroom when stayAPT Suites opens its Goldsboro location — just 10 minutes from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. The modern, 2-story, 50-room hotel is located at 1001 Sunburst Drive,providing a convenient solution for military and government personnel, along with other travelers visiting the region for both short- and long-term stays. Guests looking to explore other cities in the area will also enjoy quick access to Greenville, N.C., and Raleigh, N.C., as each are under an hour’s drive away.
“For too long, guests have gone to bed right next to the kitchen when staying in a hotel,” said stayAPT Suites President and CEO Gary A. DeLapp. “With dedicated living, kitchen, and sleeping areas, we are proud to introduce suites that feel more like a residence than just another ‘hotel room.’ stayAPT Suites’ brand-new concept will give guests in Goldsboro — and soon, throughout the country — an unmatched experience that makes life much more comfortable while traveling.”
The military base in Goldsboro was a driving factor behind stayAPT Suites’ desire to open one of its first locations in this area, as the brand’s signature room layouts offer space and comfort not often accessible to government and military workers staying in hotels. Generously sized at an average of 500+ square feet, each suite is designed with an open-concept living room that includes a sleeper sofa, lounge chair, and wall-mounted 55-inch television.
The kitchen features a full-size stove, oven, dishwasher, microwave, and refrigerator; and between the kitchen and living room, guests can utilize the center island as a place to eat, finish working, FaceTime with family, or read the morning news.
The private, separate bedroom, located down the hall from the living area, offers either a king or two queen-sized beds, a walk-in closet, a dresser, a desk and a second large television.
The hotel also offers amenities that bring peace of mind to travelers navigating the COVID-19 global pandemic. Each stayAPT Suites room features its own central heating and air system, providing a quiet ambiance while minimizing shared air with other hotel guests. Windows in both the living room and bedroom offer an opportunity for fresh air circulation. And the hotel’s optional, mobile app allows guests to bypass front-desk interaction with contactless check-in and digital-key room access.
stayAPT Suites Goldsboro is a perfect choice for a night, a week, a month, or longer. The new location is now accepting reservations.
To learn more about stayAPT Suites Goldsboro and additional stayAPT Suites locations currently underway, visit www.stayAPT.com.
About stayAPT Suites
stayAPT Suites entered the long-term lodging market with an announcement of its new hotel concept in January 2020. The new brand, which will have 17 hotels open by the end of 2021, with an additional 15+ in development, offers guests an experience not yet seen in its category. The room layout for each 500+ square-foot suite was intentionally designed to feel residential, with a dedicated living room, a full kitchen, and a separate bedroom. With a strong corporate financial backing and an experienced executive team in place, the Matthews, North Carolina-based chain is committed to building a portfolio of 100 corporate-owned hotels, in addition to franchising. Learn more at www.stayAPT.com.