TownePlace Suites Stafford
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We've stayed at Stafford Suits for about a month now and still have a month to go. Pet Friendly and super nice staff along with a quaint swimming pool. The rooms are nice, but NOT recommended unless you have a pet. There was one customer who ended up complaint that dogs barked to much as if it was every dog owners fault that dogs were barking, so DON'T stay unless you are willing to hear dogs bark or have a pet yourself. Other than that great hotel!
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