Comfort Inn Historic Area

Address: 706 Bypass Road, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185-2931, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 706 Bypass Road, Williamsburg, is near Military Reenactments, Duke of Gloucester Street, Jamestown Settlement, and Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn Historic Area Williamsburg

    L'hotel migliore a Williamsburg


    L'hotel Comfort Inn Historic Area č molto pulito e il personale era estremamente cordiale e disponibile. Ha tutti i comfort delle strutture pių grandi ad un prezzo abbordabile. Abbiamo apprezzato in particolare la piscina interna, la vasca d'acqua calda e la colazione continentale. Ci torneremo sicuramente l'anno prossimo.

    Best Hotel in Williamsburg


    The Comfort Inn Historic Area Hotel is very clean and the staff was extremely friendly and helpful. It has all the amenities of larger properties at an affordable price. We especially enjoyed the indoor pool, hot tub and continental breakfast. We will definitely return next year.

    Nice Hotel, Bad Location!!!!


    This is a very nice hotel. My husband and i have stayed here a few times. Each time we had an "OVERSIZED King deluxe room". Which I might add that I recieved a very good deal on. The room had a mini-wet-bar. If, I might tell you the only fault that i had was the location. It was right there by the Bypass intersection, making it sometimes very difficult to get in and out of. And, for soem reason it just seemed like the parking lot was just not competant to hold all of the cars. It is a hotel complex with 2 other hotels sharing the whole lot. Other than that i would recommend this hotel to anyone, there is an "IHOP" restaurant right on the premises, and this hotel offers a decent cont. breakfast, which you can take back up to your room to eat. Other than that , ENJOY your stay!!!!!!!

    I would recommend


    We used this hotel in August 2003 for our family reunion. They gave us the conference room for free and the staff was friendly and helpful with everything.

    The rooms were a bit small but clean. The pools were basic, but at least it wasn't crowded. It was steaming hot in Aug so we were glad to have the outdoor pool to cool off in. The continental breakfast area is strangely detached from the rest of the hotel in the front. It had what you would expect; muffins, toast, cereal, doughnuts, bagels, etc. That was crowded in the morning.

    If you're expecting luxury, this ain't it. But if you want a comfortable room for a reasonable price in a great location that's what you'll get here.

    Would recommend


    August 2003. Room was clean. Could have used more space to put luggage - like a low table. Maid service was very good. Pools are just OK. You have to walk outside to get to the indoor pool and the breakfast area.

    They have indoor corridor and outside rooms. Continental breakfast was average. Good location - was one of the first hotels after leaving Williamsburg Visitor Center. Use Comfort Inn's web site to get a good internet rate.

    Never again!


    My family and I stayed here September 2002. I was expecting a nice hotel, indoor and outdoor pools....etc... Boy, was I fooled, both pools were so cold, and not very clean not to mention the hot tub was so not hot, and looked like someone dumped dirty bubbles in it. My room, well I was put in outside corridors, although I paid the same as the guests with indoor corridors. Anyways 2 lights didn't work, the tv had a short, and the ac half worked. I complained but nothing was done. Maybe its all changed now. But, I'll never stay there again!

    Pools a bit disappointing


    We stayed here in Aug. and the room was fine but we were disapointed with the pools. Indoor one was not kept up real well and medium warm - outdoor one seemed better but somewhat crowded with people. You also had to go outside along the hotel for a ways to get to the indoor pool and breakfast area. An unusual set up. Would be fine to stay at if you are not swimming there though - pretty good location to historic area.

    Would recommend it


    We stayed at the hotel in July 2003, with our 5 year old son. We were very pleased with the size of our king jacuzzi suite & its price. We were allowed to check in at 9:00 a.m. (check-in is normally 3pm). We stayed in an interior room - this hotel also has exterior rooms. The cleaning service was very good. The outdoor pool was very nice - offered lounge chairs & other patio furniture and was well maintained - our son loved swimming in it. Ice was always available. Had two elevators. Adequate toilet flush (ladies w/male companions know what I'm talking about).

    Dowsides: The towels were not of high quality and they sometimes ran out of towels; the breakfast was not accessible (at the other end of hotel by the indoor pool); and the hot water in sink was limited; but hot in showers. Our headboard was also not connected to the bed & would wake us up when it accidentally banged into wall in middle of night.

    The bed lines were of below average quality. The entrance door to our room did not spring close. No screens on window.

    Overall, a clean, well-maintained hotel at a good price. Would recommend to other families & individuals.

    Vivamente consigliato


    Il Comfort Inn era estremamente pulito e molto confortevole. Il personale era molto cortese e disponibile. Soggiornerei senza dubbio ancora qua se tornassi a Williamsburg.

    Highly recommend


    The Comfort Inn was extremely clean and very comfortable. Very courteous and helpful personnel. I would definitely stay there again if going to Williamsburg.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Historic Area Williamsburg

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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