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Extended Stay America Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 11525 N Community House Rd #100, Charlotte, NC 28277, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 980-345-1600
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 10,000
  • Established: 1995
  • Founder: Wayne Huizenga & George D. Johnson, Jr
  • Key People: Jonathan S. Halkyard (CEO)

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Extended Stay America Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Jonathan S. Halkyard

President, CEO & Director

Brian T. Nicholson

Chief Financial Officer

James G. Alderman Jr.

Chief Asset Merchant

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  • John Dunn says:

    I work for a National company that places our superintendents in extended stay facilities. We just completed our 8 month project in Orlando with our man staying at the Major Blvd. Facility. He was quoted a price for the entire stay which changed every month and was told to pay the extra or move. The staff regularly changed and denied the original quote per month. This ended up with our super paying as much as $200-$300 more than the quoted rate each month. Additionally, the card reader access nearest the suite used was constantly out of service requiring our man to go through the main entrance to load groceries and daily ingress. What is most troubling is the games the office played with the monthly rate. If they were honest about possible changes each month it would have been considered in our choices of extended stays. We operate across the nation and we will be informing all of our superintendents to avoid Extended Stay America.

     
  • American Citizen says:

    There are 4 Extended Stays in Fairfax, VA. They are All staffed with green card Indians. I am hispanic. They wouldn’t even interview. Raj manager. I know a white lady who was rejected as well. Jobs for Americans first. Not relatives of employees from India.

     
  • Alayna Baca says:

    I made a reservation October 8th for my hotel at extended stay America in Indianapolis for November 15-17th I drove the 2 hours to the hotel only to arrive and have to wait 15 minutes for someone to show up at the desk to check me in. Then I am told that my reservation is getting moved to another hotel because they don’t have the rooms I reserved. What is the point of a reservation then? So I then proceed to drive 30 minutes to another hotel that does have room for us. I was told my information was going to be faxed over so I would not have to pay again. I arrive at this hotel and their fax machine is broken. Probably took a good 45 minutes to an hour to check in to our hotel. Then the problem was that at the first hotel that I originally booked it was suppose to have two double beds and a sofa couch. This hotel that we had been moved to did not have the sofa couch and I had a 5 girls in one room so that meant that someone was going to have to sleep on the floor. They provided a bed with wheel as a “quick fix”. Their breakfast sucked it was “grab and go” which was not specified on the booking website, they did not have an ice machine, and they charged extra for extra towels. Did I recieve any compensation for my inconvenience? NO I DID NOT. No discount, no refund, no free room, no nothing. I am truly disappointed with my stay here and I will NEVER choose to stay at an extended stay America ever again.

     
  • Leon S. Yarborough 156 Fairfield St NE Aiken,SC 29801 8036495217 says:

    I was a guest in your property this pass weekend(Saturday 16th-Monday 18th, Room 129), despite the condition of the property I had a nice two day vacation. The working staff was great, the behind the desk staff was rude & crude. I had one young Lady to tell me not to come back to the front desk. My room was such that I asked for pots, pans & other utensils, I was told they didn’t have any. Later on I was at the front desk & another guest asked & received them.There was a crack in my ceiling above the shower, the next morning I took a shower. When I finished, I started to read a book. Suddenly I heard water running, it was dripping from the crack. Upon closer examination I found mold on the crack. I had to ask for a trashcan. Underneath the sink, it looked as if someone had started a fire. I will be writing a longer letter & posting it to social media.

     
  • Robert Scherr says:

    I have been staying @ Naperville East in Il. I have been here for over two months, when I first moved here it was quiet and the people were business & families. Now it is filled with riff raff & trouble makers. Front desk was pleasant, maids nice & friendly. Now you have Desiree an eighteen year old know it all with a bad attitude and vocabulary to match. I don’t pay good money for subpar treatment. therefore I will be moving to candlewood suites asap.

     
  • Tina Garcia says:

    Recently, my husband had medical problems which lead to both hips and one knee being replaced. On top of that he was diagnosis with cancer at an aggressive level. He has a severe compromise immune system. In 35 years of marriage we have maybe taken less than 5 vacations together. He wanted to visit with our daughter and granddaughter in case he wasn’t able to see them again