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Opinión escrita el 24 de Septiembre de 2016
Muy exselente los niños muy felises lo rrecomiendo I bolberia quedarme aqui otra bes los trabajadores muy amables estan disponibles ayudar te rrecomienda com ir it was good cuz the pool has a slide todo muy profesional
First and last visit.
Opinión escrita el 1 de Agosto de 2021
Mario at the front desk is wonderful to deal with. Knowledgable and gave great recommendations and advice. Let us check in early as well.
Breakfast time was confusing as my non-English speaking husband thought it ended at 10:30. I asked housekeeping (in the hallway) and received confirmation that it was open past 9:30 so I headed down at 9:43. No luck but the front desk gave me bagged breakfasts but refused to grab some frozen egg sandwiches from the kitchen because if they do it for me, they have to do it for everyone. But this isnt a classroom, its a hotel where hospitality is key. A satisfied customer returns, an unhappy one does not. Cara at the front desk was willing to offer suggestions where we could go for breakfast rather than grab us some food. Miscommunications do happen.
There was also someone smoking at 5:30 AM, somewhere near our room which was on the third floor- either from a room above, below or next to us, as the smoke entered through the air con unit which we were not using (window was also closed).
So far, not happy with this hotel chain as it was our first stay ever. It was a last minute decision to come here and the Hilton was booked so we thought wed give it a shot. Location is great though. Very convenient to the walking path down to the lake and close to some great restaurants. Mario suggested the Barnside BBQ and we loved it.
The room was also clean and simple. Beds OK though they seem like full sized and not queen sized, but I could be mistaken.
So sad to see this place closed!
Opinión escrita el 26 de Junio de 2021
We enjoyed our time spent here at the comfort suites. Rooms were spacious and comfortable, pool was clean and enjoyable as well. Staff was very welcoming and generous as well, made sure we had everything we needed. Conveniently located right down the street from Six Flags, with a playground, basketball course, and a golf course, could easily take a path to get there. Scenery was also excellent, since this hotel is located in the beautiful Adirondacks. Every time we stayed here, we did feel welcomed, and we enjoyed it. We are saddened to hear the closing of this hotel. But, we wish you, and your staff the best of luck in the future. Thank you for creating such a fine establishment, it truly is a shame to see this place gone.
Opinión escrita el 18 de Febrero de 2020
So sad to know that this has closed. We stayed here many times if we were not not camping on the lake.The Stark family always provided a spotless facility, good breakfast, and great service. We hope that anyone who buys this hotel will be of equal quality.
Service Dog not permited
Opinión escrita el 9 de Febrero de 2020
I am a retired disabled NYC Cop and I have stayed in numerous hotles over the years with my serice dog, except when my family and I stayed at Comfort Suites Lake George - Queensbury. When I checked in I displyed my Service dog docuemtation with the clerk at the front desk and my first day at the hotel was really nice. Although on the second day, the owner of the hotel started yelling at me while I was walking my dog outside the hotel. He shouted that dogs were not aloud in his hotel. My dog had hjis service vest on and his ID was also displated on his service vest. I treied to explain that my dog was a service dog and once he relized I had the nesseasey documentation he demanded to know what service does my dog provide. I informed the owner that it is displayed on the vest of my dog, PTSD. I kindly told him that means I am not keen to anyone who is agressive, nor was my dog. The owner then called the police and a young officer from the sherifs office arrvived who was clueless about service animals procedure. The owner then called the telephone number I gave him for he service animals but he would not let me talk to them. He told me that PTSD was not consider a service dog illnes, but a companion dog. He then started arguing with my wife and eventually we had to pack all our stuff and leave. We booked into the Comfort Inn in Lake George and they were great.