What are the rooms like at Morris Inn?

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Caroline Patek

Morris Inn’s rooms have been recently renovated and come with all of the modern amenities you would expect to find at a luxury hotel. An iPad greets you at your room and offers information about the hotel, the university and surrounding area, as well as provides Internet access. Instead of the traditional morning newspaper, the iPad allows you to find your daily news from The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and the on-campus Observer, along with any website of your choosing.

The rooms' walls are an inviting cream color with white trim and dark accents. The 350-square-foot standard room offers either two queen-sized or one king-sized bed, both featuring an extremely comfortable pillow-top mattress and down comforter. No matter the room, the bed does not impede the guest's ability to move about the spacious living area. Still, king suites have a sitting room sectioned off from the sleeping area and are equipped with a pull-out sofa. The significantly larger executive suite (600 square feet) provides a full living room and an extra half-bath. Grand suites add another 300 square feet to the room and feature a meeting/dining area. Regardless of the style of room, the bathrooms throughout the property are spacious, with a walk-in shower, layered lighting and a make-up mirror. All rooms at the South Bend hotel come equipped with plush touches such as a 48-inch television, a refrigerator and cozy terry cloth bathrobes emblazoned with the Notre Dame logo. In addition to the amenities, the rooms also come with a unique view of the historic Notre Dame campus just outside of the windows.

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