Comfort Inn I-90
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn I-90 Rapid City
Rooms were old but in fairly good condition and clean. Great breakfast facilities. The old section does not have elevators and they had booked me on 2nd floor. Hotel reviews need to advise there is no elevators. The desk clerk was very helpful and courteous and reassigned us a room on the first floor.
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Next stop Rapid City, South Dakota and to save ourselves a journey of c.800 miles, we cheated a little on our 'road trip' and took an internal flight from Chicago (sorry Iowa, we checked you out and there wasn’t enough en-route to make us want to spend a solid 3 days on your roads…although I’m sure you’re lovely – maybe next time, eh).
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