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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Grand Island
The place was under heavy renovation, rooms were old but clean. The main complaint was that there was no elevator (to be added with the renovations) and they had set aside rooms on the 2nd floor for us. The desk clerk was able to switch us with a first floor room.
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