Comfort Inn Trolley Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Trolley Square Rutland
This was the best hotel I have stayed in so far. The room was lovely and clean, the bed super comfortable and there was a hose and buckets with rags at a bike wash station. I had trouble finding the entrance and was going to leave until 2 more vehicles pulled in and drove behind a small mall which is where the hotel is located. Once you find it, there is really good security if you can park in the inner court yard which is visible from most rooms, thus very good security. The breakfast was extensive with eggs, sausage, fruit, waffles, etc. Very nice.
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... leaking roof?), their bathers hang from a rafter in the middle of the room, the toilet door doesn't close and many other quirky things. I can imagine them really relaxing after a hectic uni semester. Both are Professors at McGill, Maggie's office is directly above Brian's. His speciality is Canadian Poetry. Our Sat Nav is having some pronunciation issues. Had to turn onto Vt Route 15E (Vermont Route ...
... road. The road followed along the Connecticut River (seen from our hotel). Passed through yet another Springfield - think almost every state has one. It has been hard to find accommodation for this weekend as it Columbus Day Holliday for the Americans and Canadian Thanksgiving. It seems everyone wants to holiday in Vermont for the next three days. We did find somewhere, in Killington, a ...
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As we gained elevation, the colour of the leaves started to change - promise of things to come. Autumn is late this ...
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