Comfort Inn And Suites - East Greenbush
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Petite Fugue Blois
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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