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Affordable Suites of America opening new location for Augusta in time for Masters

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Affordable Suites of America will open its first Georgia location at 2683 Perimeter Parkway in Augusta just in time for the Masters Tournament.

The hotel, which is designed for guests who need accommodations for an extended time, features full kitchens, wireless Internet service and separate living and sleeping accommodations.

“We are excited to unveil the new design with our first Georgia hotel in the portfolio,” said Chris Rutherford, the regional director of operations for the Augusta location. “We are looking forward to Masters Week and working with Fort Gordon, industrial plants and other companies to provide affordable apartment-style extended-stay accommodations.”

Rooms are available on a nightly, weekly and monthly basis with the best rates available for longer stays. Rooms will be available March 1, and manager Sheryl Kluge said there are still rooms available for Masters Week.

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Willow Bailey 02/27/12 - 06:56 pm
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This is a nice new option for

This is a nice new option for those in need of a temporary residence.

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bdouglas 02/28/12 - 04:58 pm
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Or in need of a temporary

Or in need of a temporary meth lab, a la Extended Stay America on Riverwatch! Unfortunate that these sort of extended stay hotels breed that kind of thing.

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