Comfort Inn & Suites Near Long Beach Convention Center

Address: 200 E Willow St, Long Beach, California, 90806-2624, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 200 E Willow St, Long Beach, is near Pine Avenue, Museum of Latin American Art, Shoreline Pedestrian Bikepath, and World's Largest Flag.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Heated pool
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Microwave in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services

          Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites Near Long Beach Convention Center

          An OK Place


          I stayed in this motor hotel on October 27, 2006, for one night. My room was large and clean with all the things I need in a hotel where I am going to stay overnight: a TV with lots of cable channels, free wireless internet access, and a desk. The room was non-smoking and I detected no cigarrette odors. The desk personnel and housekeepers were pleasant.

          There have been comment in some of the reviews about the neighboorhood. It is located on a busy street, next door to a fast food restaurant and across from a pharmacy. As far as I could tell, it wasn't a bad neighboorhood, but it wasn't exactly Mayberry, USA, either. It was fine for me, but I'm not sure I would bring teens to this location for more than an overnight trip (just because there would be a lot of places to get in trouble if they wanted to).

          The free breakfast was OK, not great. You could make your own waffles, which weren't bad, and they had orange/apple juice. Bagels would be a nice addition, but what do you expect for "free?"

          One note: this is a two-story motel with no elevator. If you don't want to (or are not able to) carry your bags up stairs, you may want to request a first-floor room. Also note that the design of the motel is such that you can only access your second-floor room via one stairway - make sure that you get good directions to your room so that you don't have to drag your bags up and down the stairs more than necessary (like I did!).

          I gave this property an "above average" rating. There's nothing really wrong with it and there are a lot of positives (which I detailed above). It's just the kind of property that doesn't rate an "excellent" rating. I'm also not sure if I would choose to stay there for more than one night. It does have a pool and weight room (neither of which I used), but it's not necessarily the kind of place that I would take a vacation unless I knew I wouldn't be spending a lot of time on the property.

          It Was a Revitalizing Experience.


          "We went to this hotel for holidays, as its near to the Queen Mary ocean and the Port of Long Beach.

          The attractions nearby was a good thing to explore at, also the local attractions include Long Beach Arena and the Aquarium of the Pacific, one of the largest aquariums in the United States.

          The Nearby Shoreline Village features numerous specialty shops, bike and skate rentals, and live entertainment and waterfront eateries.

          And the Hotel itself was such a restful one. It was so much like an ideal lodging choice for year round fun and activities within easy access Putting Green, Beach(s), Boating, Bowling, Fishing, Scuba Diving, and Golf.

          I was reviatalized when I came back home.

          I got this hotel via: ---

          We will return here again A+++++++


          We had a great stay here. The hotel service was A+++, the front desk people are so nice and very helpful. Our room was so very clean and the bathroom was great (clean). The pool was fun for us and our daughter. The king size bed was very comfortable, my son said the sofa bed wasn't to bad either. He very fussy when it comes to sleeping, (teenager). It was nice a great location, close to a grocery store and other shops, eats, etc. We would highly recommend this hotel to anyone. Once again the front desk help was GREAT!!!!!!

          We have gone through there website to book a room:


          Great hotel, came back a 3rd time !


          I travel to LA on business once per month and am very pleased to have found this hotel. This is now the 3rd time that I have stayed at the Comfort Inn & Suites on Willow St in the last 3 months.

          This hotel is only a few months old, and is very bright and clean.

          It is just 1 - 2 minutes from Interstates 710 and 405. The rooms are large, well furnished and decorated, and very clean. I also noticed that the upstairs floorboards can creak sometimes, but it never bothered me. The room rates are reasonable for LA, and the quality is much better than some other chain hotels I stayed at in the area for higher rates.

          There is free high speed internet , both cable and wireless, though the wireless signal is not always strong in some rooms, and it can be quite slow at times.

          The staff is attentive and very friendly, and go out of their way to ensure everything is ok during your stay.

          There is a free breakfast in the mornings, with cereal, fruit, pastries, bread, cheese and hot waffles and coffee.

          There is a large pool in the center of the property, which is great to sit out at and relax in the evenings. There is a large shopping plaza directly opposite the hotel, with a supermarket, shops, restaurants and fast food.

          The person who described the area as 'ghetto' really went over the top! It is just typical inner city LA, like any big city, nothing more. Just use some common sense. I felt completely safe walking around outside the hotel and around the shops, though I did not walk along Long Beach Boulevard. There is a security guard patrolling outside at night. Yes, if you come back late the parking spaces at the front are all taken, but there are lots more around the back, and I never failed to find one.

          Overall, I really enjoyed staying here, and would recommend it to anyone.

          Pleasantly surprised


          We were in Long Beach in June, 2006 for a wedding traveling from Sacramento. I was so worried because we had recommended it to our friends from Japan. Then, after our bookings, I read one review that was very negative; however, we were relieved when we saw our room. It overlooked the pool, and the room was large, very clean and decorated wonderfully. I particuarly liked the idea of the plantation shutters. The draw backs were the difficulty finding parking if you got back late at night, the neighborhood is just so so; however, not as bad as I feared, no elevator, the outside color of paint is not flattering and the young man who was at the desk when we arrived could have used another pair of hands. He was very busy with everyone arriving at the same time but he did a very good job. We would definitely stay here again.

          Great deal


          I don't know where one of the last people stayed, but it couldn't have been the same Comfort Inn on Willow St that we stayed at. The hotel was great! It is not in a 'ghetto' area at all. Starbuck's, Save-on drugstore and Albertsons grocery are right across the street. McDonald's is next door. There are plenty of walkable places. We felt perfectly safe and we were five females (travelled in 2's and 3's at problem). There are plenty of 'nicer' places, Hyatt, Renaissance, etc down near the pier, but we were all glad that we chose the Comfort Inn. Parking was free and it was a much quieter area. We were only 3 miles from all the action. The staff was just GREAT! Very friendly. Security was there at all times patroling the grounds.

          The rooms were hugh even with 2 queen beds in them, and very clean. We never heard a thing at night. Although I will say we had our AC running nonstop as it was the the tail end of that heat wave they were having. But never heard other guests, traffic, doors slam, etc.

          My biggest complaint (actually more of a fear than a complaint) of the LA/Long Beach area was the traffic. We're from Maine and our biggest highway is 3 lanes wide. It was an 'experience' jumping into 5 and 6 lane, stop and go traffic, but other drivers were great. It's nothing like driving in Massachusetts or New York. No honking and yelling or gestures that you get around here. If you had your blinker on, someone let you in.

          All-in-all, great experience and I would recommend this to anyone. I have stayed in my share of dumps around the country because I have a daughter who played travel softball. This was no dump. We didn't HAVE to stay here. I am a travel agent and researched many hotels as we were there for a wedding at the Aquarium of the Pacific. It was just great!

          Loved the services by Myrtle Meni


          This note is neither a hearsay nor an insult, instead it is a praise and a commendation for Ms.Myrtle and her great personality and services I had noticed during my stay there. Her job performance as a Manager had superseded any other Manager performance I had ever known. To make a long story short, Myrtle is the best of the best in what she does. I will not hesitate to promote her on the spot or give her an immediate pay raise if she was working for me.... She is a great asset for the Comfort Inn; she is what customers like me need in a company that deals with many people daily like yours. Thanks for considering my two cents.

          "Motel Nice..Area Ghetto-ville"


          THIS motel is newer, but does not look good from the outside. The paint they used is like retro 70's ... dull and drury. Nice bright colors would make it more appealing.

          The rooms themselfs WERE NICE... fridge-big tv-queen bed-nice bathroom- room chair had stains though.

          One thing i noticed right away was the cheap flooring... it felt like you were going to drop thru it, {i was on 2nd floor} and it creeked when you walked on it.... every step. Alittle noisy from "willows" street traffic, but not bad.

          Staff were nice and helpful, no problum there.

          I had to find a motel in this area because of repair work being done to my vehical, and this was the closest one.




          IF YOU MUST STAY IN THIS AREA {for whatever reason} ITS OK MOTEL WISE... THAT PART IS NICE, BUT DONT EVEN THINK OF BRINGING KIDS HERE unless they are on a leash, and i mean that!.

          I paid $67.00 + 9% tax, but that was thru [--]gowestmotels[--] other sites were $85 and up for the same place, so do your homework.

          Bottom line... motel is nice,,, the area is "slum-ville"

          Very good


          Thanks to the previous reviewer, I took a chance. I find this a very good deal with all the conveniences for business travel. Though the immediate area isn't scenic, it's pretty easy to get around by car. The motel is new, the service is great -at this level of accomodations it's great.

          Only issue - the wireless connection is a bit funky -- but they have included a cable and the wired connection is fine -and free. Some of those fancy hotels still charge for Internet, business center, etc.

          A good find...Brand new hotel


          We stayed here this past weekend. My husband commutes on the weekend to work. In order to keep him from traveling in the bad weather and traffic, we wanted to find a place to stay near his job. When searching for reservations, I saw the Comfort Inn and Suites, but no reviews for the location at 200 Willow Street. (Take Willow St. East exit from 405 Freeway) I contacted the hotel and was told it was a new property. It had been open for three weeks.

          Before moving away, I had traveled this area frequently. Once I arrived, I remembered this property used to be an old, run down motel, but it was torn down. Comfort Inn & Suites was built from the ground up. It's very clean and nice.

          The hotel itself is near Long Beach Memorial Hospital and the Metro Line. There are so many fast food places in walking distance, as well as an Albertsons Grocery Store, Starbucks, SavOn and Rite Aid drug stores. We didn't encounter any beggars on the premises or around. The property is located on a main street (Willow) and busy cross street (Long Beach Blvd.) The rate was $74 through Expedia. I made a same day reservation. The price is a good one, but the stay itself was worth more. We had 2 beds which were larger than doubles, but not as large as a queen bed. They were comfortable. Sheets were clean and crisp. Cable TV with 100 channels. Free Internet access. They offer a self serve breakfast with belgian waffles, cereals, juices, milk, coffee, and some fruit. We've stayed at the Marriott near LB Airport, plus Residence Inn, and Holiday Inn...Comfort Inn & Suites is cleaner than some of these places. No complaints whatsoever. Staff was super pleasant. Easy to check in and out. I don't believe there is a shuttle service to airport, but I didn't ask. I did notice a security guard on the premise at night. There is plenty lighting where the parking is located. Most cars can be seen from the lobby. I'm sure once the spring and summer months arrive, this will be a hard place to get a reservation. It's located in a central location. It's only minutes away from the 405 freeway. We would definitely stay here again.

          Just a note: I wouldn't advise walking the streets at night, but during the day time is no issue. This area isn't Seal Beach or Shoreline Village, but it isn't the worst area in Long Beach either. In my opinion, be as cautious as you would in any large city. We stayed in a luxury hotel in San Francisco a few months ago and encountered many distasteful situations. This was during the day and night. Didn't matter. I didn't see that kind of stuff anywhere around this property.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites Near Long Beach Convention Center

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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