Comfort Inn & Suites South
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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites South Calgary
We had booked with Country Comfort Inns & Suites during our trip to Canada as we made use of the Choice Hotels membership. While we didn't really have an issue with any of them, they are all a little bit different.
We stayed 2 nights here.
We chose this hotel because of its proximity to the airport for return of our rental vehicle, and a Bikram Yoga studio where we like to practice whenever we can.
Location for this hotel is good in that it is close to the Chinook Centre and public transport but is also in a run down part of town on the busy MacLeod Trail. In saying that we never felt in any danger.
The staff were wonderful with advice and assistance regarding local eateries and directions. they were some of the most helpful we had come across.
We chose this hotel because it has the features that we look for when on an overseas trip - free WiFi, Breakfast included wherever possible, free parking, laundry facilities.
Breakfast was good and plentiful for our needs. Some people complain but you have to be a little bit creative with your breakfasts when on the road because they are basically the same and will cover most options.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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