Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Heated pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites Orlando
Very happy with fairfield
after reading all reviews i chose fairfield at orlando...GREAT location to seaworld,universal and disney,very clean rooms,great pool and spa,okay contintal breakfast,and just a perfect location....i drove to all attractions because i prefer to do that but i seen shuttles each morning.....i was there from1-16-04 to 1-24-04 thanks to everyone for there reviews as they where all true....all in all for the price i paid i feel that i got a great deal as we weren,t in the room to much so we didnt need anything fancy fairfield rocks
Fairfield Inn was fantastic, rooms were well equiped and clean, the hotel was in a good position just off International Drive, pool was warm & half in shade for warmer days, breakfast was fresh & plentiful.
We could not have made a better choice & recommed www.clickinternational.com where we paid £26 per room per night.
A great place to stay.....
We stayed here in Oct/Nov '03 and it certainly exceeded our expectations. Ideally situated just off International Drive, the hotel is only a few minutes walk from restaurants, shops and grocery stores.
The hotel itself was kept beautifully clean. The pool area was nice - the pool being average size with a nice jacuzzi and there were an abundance of clean towels to use. Our room was a good size with tv, cofee maker etc and the iron and board was a nice bonus. The complimentary breakfast was excellent and there was a great choice. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone, especially families visiting the attractions in Orlando. There was a free shuttle bus to Seaworld and Universal was a 5 minute drive away. If you are looking for clean, comfortable , budget accomodation, friendly, helpful staff and a location right in the middle of the the attractions, you certainly can't go wrong at the Fairfield.
Fabulous honeymoon hotel
This was an absolutely fabulous hotel, clean, very friendly staff, excellent rooms. We were on our honeymoon and I couldn't have asked for a better hotel. We didn't want anything too expensive, as we knew we would be out exploring, but this was just right. When we go back I will definitely be staying here.
Very clean and comfortable. Quiet, we had a room with 2 beds very large rooms, good CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST. Friendly staff. Heated pool. 2 blocks from I-Ride trolley on International Drive. We would stay there again. Attraction tickets sold in lobby and free shuttle to Sea World & Universal studios. We took the Mears shuttle from airport to hotel, 30 min ride. Although hotel in early December was not busy the service was excellent.
November Holiday in Orlando
Fairfields Int. Cove (Canada Drive) was great. This 3* hotel is only a couple of years old very light and airy. It was extremely clean, the staff were very pleasant and nothing was too much trouble. Situation was good just off I Drive. We took our son who is disabled and had a room with a roll in shower which was adequate for our needs. We felt very at home here. Plus free buffet breakfast every morning (continental) which was adequate to start the day. We did a late booking and didnt know the hotel but I read the reviews here which were very complimentary and sent me feeling reassured about our choice.
this was a great hotel from start to finish,excellent location just off I Drive,the staff were polite and helpful.The breakfasts were excellent,and were a great start to endure the theme parks.The kids loved the place and we will definetly stay at Marriott again!
This hotel was brilliant. The cleanliness, the fabulous breakfasts, the staff - who were extremely polite and helpful at all times. The rooms were a great size and were cleaned every day. I have holidayed in Orlando and Florida a number of times and this was by far the best hotel my husband and I have stayed in. This was a first time trip to Florida for my daughter and her family and the hotel went a long way into making it the perfect holiday. Congratulations Fairfield Inn International Cove!
As the previous review stated it was situated close to all amenities on Int Drv, the rooms were spotless and the whole hotel had a feeling of being extremely comfortable and clean, when we first booked and was told it was a budget hotel I did not expect too much in the way of good accomodation but what a surprise when we arrived, we actually thought someone had made a mistake with our hotel confirmation.
Over the past four years I have travelled up to four times a year staying in Europe and the USA and this would come one of the nicest hotels that I have stayed in and anybody going to Florida I certainely would recommend it.
This is a newer Fairfield Inn and is centrally located just off International Drive. It was convenient to all attractions & shopping, both North and South of it's location.
The grounds, public areas, and rooms are all clean and well decorated. The staff was efficient and polite.
Fairfield is Marriott's bargain class so it doesn't include many amenities but there is a pool and exercise area for guests. A limited Continental Breakfast is alson included which makes for a convenient and inexpensive start to your day.
I recommend this hotel as a nice choice for anyone looking for a decent place to sleep but who doesn't want to pay for the frills of an upscale hotel. We enjoyed it.
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites Orlando
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