Comfort Inn & Suites Oceanside Port Canaveral Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites Oceanside Port Canaveral Area Cocoa Beach
DIRTY ROOMS, WOW
We stayed here on Nov. 21st. Theroom was dirty, huge amount of dirt in corners, I don't think anyone has cleaned behind the chairs since the place opened. The Bathroom could use some new caulking around tub, We were in Florida 16 days and this was the most money we spent on a room and it was the worst. Look Out for Cockroaches. The grounds were not to bad but nothing worse than a dirty room. STAY AWAY STAY AWAY.
The room we had, and quite frankly, the entire hotel stunk. Our room looked like it had barely been vacummed and the bathroom floor was dirty. When I complained about the cleanliness, they offered us another room but it was smoking. So then, they offered to give the room extra attention that day. As far as I can figure, they just used extra air freshener. There was still months of dirt and pieces of paper in the corners and the bathroom floor wasn't clean. The restaurant was also closed while we were there. Unfortunately, we booked through Expedia so they couldn't refund us. I would never stay there again.
Worked for me!
Just a nice, basic motel. Great for the night before our cruise - probably 5-10 minutes from the terminals, a minute or two from the beach. Room was clean, nothing fancy, but had wired hi-speed internet which was a major plus. Pool and jacuzzi seemed nice; felt safe there.
stayed 3 nights pre cruise. although not super fancy, and shows a bit of wear,(working on some storm damage too) room was very clean, staff was helpful, excellent location if you don't have a vehicle,breakfast at snack bar was as good as I HOP across street! 8$ for 2 to shuttle to port canaveral. 1 block from beach, great park and cruise deals, check their website, prices were much better than travel sites on their own website
Problems with rooms
the location is not bad. The head housekeeper is very nice and tries to get things done. It's another matter, however, with his staff. We found broken glass behind our sofa, the fan blades had not been dusted in a very long time and the bathroom mirror was not cleaned. And, we wrote to let the hotel know after our return home, and they never bothered to answer us!. I would suggest another hotel.
Great Laid Back Holiday
This hotel is one of my favorites. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The Housekeeping staff is second to none, they do a tremendous job. The grounds are always kept nice, and the rooms are very nice: especially in the tower. Cocoa Beach is a treasure that not many people know about. It's old Florida, laid back, wonderful beach, quiet evenings, some fine restaurants, yet close to Orlando, Daytona, etc. This is a great FAMILY destination as well, and the hotel can serve your needs. I've been staying here for the past 15 years and have never had a bad experience: only smiles, and treated so very well by the staff. It's like a second home.
It's OK, nothing too special.
We stayed here during Speedweeks, February 2005. Drove up to Daytona for the big race. It's OK. Rooms are pretty dated, but are kept clean. The front office staff was wonderful -- very friendly and helpful.
Very short walk across the street to the beach. Nice pool area. Lots of restaurants within walking distance.
A great motel
i stayed there the last week of may 2004 the motel and the weather was great i stayed there 2 years ago and this year they put me in the same room at the same rate the only problem was the next room they played there t v all night i told this desk they took care of the problem. mark a moore indiana
not a very good value, very over priced for what it is. Bathroom looked like it had been in the war zone, broken casing on the door, patches on door and ceiling. for the price you can do better.
Holland America Cruise
The Comfort Inn was very nice if you were in a suite. Our's was on the sixth floor and it over looked the Atlantic Ocean. We had arranged to keep our car in their lot while on our cruise. They arranged for transportation to and from the motel. They did a good job.
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites Oceanside Port Canaveral Area Cocoa Beach
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