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Hotel chain comparison Residence Inn vs Fairfield Inn vs Springhill Suites

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If I stay in chain hotels, it's usually along the lines of Marriott(Hilton,Sheraton etc) or Courtyard (Hilton Garden Inn, etc)
I'm looking at an area where the only suitable and reasonably priced options for a room for 3 people are:
Fairfield Inn
Residence Inn
Springhill Suites.
I once stayed at a Fairfield Inn, and it was clean enough but not really my style. I know that the other 2 chains are meant for longer term stays and have larger rooms (some with cooking facilities)
Any general comments on features of these chains? Bedding, pools, cleanliness, service , anything else worth mentioning?
I don't need a luxury place for this trip, but I'm not a motel-style traveler and like a little more comfort.

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