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Extended Stay America Tewksbury MA – Review

September 19th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

The biggest advantage of staying with the Extended Stay America group of hotels is that you have a kitchen area provided with the room. You also get common utensils ,which are good enough to cook rice and some vegetables. They also come with crockery that you can use to eat. This is in addition to the microwave and a refrigerator.

The Extended Stay America in Tewksbury MA, is located right off the I-485 on exit 39. After taking the exit just follow the 133 East and Extended Stay America is just opposite to the Mc Donald’s. You may also come from I-93 and, in that case you need to take 133 West. The Route 133 connects the two major highways I-93 and I-485.

If you have a GPS, just enter the following address and you are all set to arrive at Extended Stay America at Tewksbury MA.

1910 Andover Street, Tewksbury, MA 01876

Now some more positive facts about the Twksbury Extended Stay America – It is just located right off the highway, which means that your travel time is going to be saved if you are coming off the I-485. The Hotel has the laundry facility which is very convenient if you plan to stay like a week or more.

The rooms have a small TV – no LCD or HDTV yet. You do have wifi internet connection, but they charge one time activation fee of $4.99 for the wireless. I think that this is something that they could do away with. The speed of the internet connection was good at night but pathetic in day time.

There is a Longhorn Restaurant if you wish to eat nearby outside. As far as nearest place to visit is concerned, you may like to visit the Historical Lowell, which is at 15 minutes drive from the Hotel. Visit http://www.nps.gov/lowe/ for more information about the Lowell National Historical Park. You may like to take a trolly tour and a boat tour which guides the visitors into the past that brought the 19th century textile industry to tap the waterpower of the Merrimack River.

Now some negative facts. The Hotel needed some renovation, as its gallery had some odd smells. The rooms itself were good. It may not be the best place to stay if you are too sensitive to bad odor.

The pricing starts from $74.99. A room with two queen beds cost $84.99 per night plus, off course the tax.

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  1. John
    June 10th, 2011 at 10:59 | #1

    I like the information about the Extended Stay America. It is great before my trip starts. Thanks for sharing your ideas and knowledge.