Where do I even begin
Reviewed 22 September, 2021
So, I actually stayed in *two* rooms here. I'll give you bullet points to try and keep this brief...
-- Paper thin walls that reverberate every footstep, cough, text message alert, and phone ringtone with impressive clarity.
-- Desk chair cushion immediately deflates straight to the wood as soon as you sit on it.
-- Wallpaper that was wrinkling and coming loose from the walls at every seam.
-- Wifi that seemed like it only existed so they could technically list it as an amenity. .22 Mbps according to Ookla Speedtest, and spotty. (At least it was free...I guess.)
-- Bathrooms have drop ceilings (???) so naturally they've all ended up with brown water stains.
The first room:
-- Bathroom door gets stuck so you have to shove it to get it closed and open.
-- Smoke detector chirping at 2am.
-- And, my favorite: bed bugs. Not "probably" bed bugs. Absolutely bed bugs. I have bites all along the back of my left thigh and on my chest, in their typical zigzag-linear bite path. When I turned on the light, there was one crawling on the nightstand near my phone. Fortunately, I am very cautious and don't unpack, and keep my bags zipped shut unless retrieving something. Staff inspection of the bags prior to getting me into a new room found no stray bugs. I spent over an hour until after 4am inspecting every wrinkle, pocket, fold, and seam of every article of clothing I brought with me, looking for passengers. Fortunately, I found none. I pray I didn't miss any that will come home with me.
The second room:
-- Thermostat was completely broken. You can cool to 58 or heat to 75. It wouldn't let you change it to anything in between. That's it. Freeze or roast, or leave it off entirely and hope for the best.
-- Grimy, discolored mini fridge.
-- The tub was absolutely not cleaned and had dirt, hair and fuzz everywhere.
-- The smoke detector was taped together with what appeared to be yellow packing tape.
-- Blood stained bedcovers.
I was surprised to learn that this was actually a fairly recently-built hotel, because it certainly feels old, tired and in need of attention. I will give them credit for their front desk staff being attentive and responsive, especially upon my blearily approaching them at 3am and asking for a new room. But the rest? Oh boy. Just... Maybe check around for other options.
Average and comfortable for the price
Reviewed 15 September, 2021
Comfortable bed, clean room, friendly staff, decent size rooms, decent breakfast
Smell of cleaning solution, noise from other rooms, hall, and plumbing, horrendous access and traffic.
Hotel could use a little update.
What the yuck?
Reviewed 4 August, 2021
We decided to get a room here at the last minute. The hotel itself is okay. This hotel may not be my first choice next time. But that doesn’t mean I wouldn’t give it another chance. Chris at the front desk was very nice. Despite everything that happened, she was kind and considerate. Our room had a nasty old shower. The wifi absolutely sucked. It was so slow and so spotty. We couldn’t get anything to load. We certainly don’t want to stay in room 350 again. We will probably try this hotel again, but we definitely hope there are improvements going forward
One of the nicer Comfort Inns we've stayed in
Reviewed 29 July, 2021
One of the nicer Comfort Inns we've stayed in, and we've stayed in many. About the only nits were that they were still doing limited packaged breakfasts even though no longer necessary, and the wifi was unusable during the evening.
Reviewed 19 May, 2021
I made a very last minute booking when it became clear that we would not get our student moved out of her off-campus apartment as planned, because she needed to stop packing to do school work. The academic calendar shifted because of COVID and messed up schedules
Check in was smooth. All staff members we encountered were pleasant and efficient. Room was large, clean and comfortable. The jetted tub was a welcome surprise, but it was very loud.
My only issue was with the window coverings. I saw no “black out” curtains and parking lot lights came through the shear panel all night long.
Ironically, I had a similar issue at a different hotel nearby the night before.