Comfort Inn And Suites - East Greenbush

Address: 99 Miller Road, Castleton On Hudson, New York, 12033, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 99 Miller Road, Castleton On Hudson, is near USS Slater, Times Union Center, Schuyler Mansion, and Crailo State Historic Site.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn And Suites - East Greenbush Castleton On Hudson

      Reviewed by hyoung74

      The highest quality we have had so far.

      Reviewed Oct 2, 2014
      by (36 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Good quality Comfort Inn and Suites. Have large room with 2 Queen beds - the usual soft or hard pillows from which to choose. Very helpful staff at check in provided printed directions to local restaurants. Breakfast experience was the best so far. Options included hot omelettes with cheese inside, eggs like pancakes, bacon, ham. Normal low fat yoghurt and Greek yoghurt, bagels, toast , hot fresh waffles, Sweet muffins to have for our morning tea and best of all china plates and metal cutlery. The first time ever. Every other breakfast has been paper or plastic plates and plastic cutlery. Not sure how this hotel compares in price with others here in Albany but it was not expensive compared with other places in the country. Well done Comfort Inn at East Greenbush.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn And Suites - East Greenbush Castleton On Hudson

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      Had a bit of a sleep in although Wes did not have a good night so he did not really get any more sleep than usual. Wonderful breakfast upstairs where we were treated to china crockery and metal knives and forks. It is amazing how much you appreciate small things like that when you have had paper and plastic for 4 1/2 weeks.

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