Comfort Inn Flagstaff

Address: 2355 S Beulah Blvd., Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2355 S Beulah Blvd., Flagstaff, is near Riordan Mansion State Historic Park, Flagstaff Visitor Center, Northern Arizona University, and San Francisco Peaks.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Flagstaff

    Reviewed by joe3523

    Nice Comfort Inn

    Reviewed Jul 17, 2013
    by (22 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Free breakfast and WIFI! The place is really nice, outside and in. The price is a little more expensive then other comfort inn's in other city's but we did manage to get a AAA discount.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn Flagstaff

    Nice, Clean Hotel, Great Breakfast

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    We stayed at this hotel for one night at the tail end of our Arizona vacation. We were very pleased with the hotel. Both check in and check out were a breeze. The room was large and lovely, extremely clean, a spotless bathroom, with the usual amenities, nice furniture. and best of all, a window that actually opened. The free breakfast was above average, with a do-it-yourself waffle maker, yogurts and fresh fruits, hot and cold cereals, hard boiled eggs, all sorts of bagels/pastries and muffins, and nice coffee and tea. It is right off the famous "Route 66" so there are a lot of nice restaurants around the immediate area for dinner, and very easy to get right back onto the highway. The hotel was safe and clean. We would definitely stay here again.

    High value

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    We spent two nights in this nice hotel. Great location, staff was very kindly and restaurants closed to the hotel, breaksfast was a good one with fruits, waffles, etc... Free Parking and free access to Internet.

    High value hotel, that for sure I will recommend.

    French family, april 06

    OK for the energetic

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    The place is pretty typical of most hotel chains. The only eye-opener for us was that despite being multiple floored, it didn't have an elevator! This was something we didn't realise prior to checking in. It wasn't easy dragging several heavy suitcases up the stairs. In fairness, an elevator is currently under construction, and not before time!!

    Our room was clean and comfortable; the breakfast adequate.

    Renovated, but missed a few spots

    from

    This hotel is very clean, spacious and has a nice lobby/breakfast area. Their renovated rooms have nice furniture and decor, but they may have overlooked updating some key things: both my husband and I woke up with sore backs/necks after sleeping on the old mattresses (we're not even 30 yet!), the bathrooms need more lighting and the heat/ac unit must be original (noisy but worked well). I, unlike other reviewers, thought the walls were thin, as you could hear conversations next door. The location was pretty good, central to the interstates and restaurants. Overall, I'm not so sure I'd stay here again while in Flagstaff.

    Nice place to stay!!

    from

    We have no regrets choosing this hotel. Having read reviews of most of the hotels in Flagstaff and apparently most of them are very near to trains. This hotel is out of the train tracks and we didn't hear any noises from the trains at all. Stayed for 2N on 18 & 19 Oct. Nice hotel with clean and reasonably-sized rooms. Good location too as near to many eateries and a 24hr Wal-Mart which makes groceries shopping very convenient. Couldn't asked for more as only paid about $63 per night (incl taxes) for a 2QB that comes with breakfast with decent spread. If you have large or heavy suitcases should probably ask for rooms on the ground floor as there's no elevators. Also, it would be perfect if the wireless connection in the room is more stable. I couldn't have any access on the 2nd night. But overall, a nice & comfortable hotel with friendly staff - a hotel I would definitely recommend to everyone!

    A Good Stay!

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    This motel is rated 3 stars by the AAA,and it deserves it.The rooms are large,clean,comfortable and quiet.No train noise at all. Many restaurants are close by.Walmart is around the corner and a movie theater close by.Forgot to mention,the beds are very comfy.The complimentary breakfast is large with a great selection.Would definately stay here again!

    Adequate Accomodations, Good Location

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    I recently stayed at The Comfort Inn near I-40 and I-17 in Flagstaff. The rooms were your standard hotel accomodations. The stay was fine and uneventful.

    The room was adequate with 2 queen beds, armoir, coffee maker, coffee table, square extra table with chair etc... No microwave or refrigerator. Breakfast was included. Bfast bar had cereal, large muffins, toast, coffee, tea, hot cocoa, fruit. You're typical continental bfast. There are also vending machines with candy and also lunchable type foods.

    The lobby area is very pretty. There are large picture windows and hunting type decorations with a fireplace. Very pretty if it is snowing. (I was once at this hotel several years ago when it snowed.) The pool is small and there are 2 small jacuzzi's. You can get pool towels from the front desk, but they are extremely small. Unfortunately, there is no elevator so you may want to call ahead of time if you need a first floor room. THe hotel has 2 floors.

    Great location because it is right near I-17 and I-40. There are also plenty of restaurants, including a few you can walk to like Coco's diner and Sizzler. Walmart is also maybe a 15 minute walk. 1 minute by car.

    Overall the stay was ok. We were only there one night and it served it's purpose. It was clean and had the basic things you need (bed, bfast included, pool). I'd stay again, but I would probably also venture to see what the other hotels had to offer. I paid $116, which I think was a little overpriced in lieu of the lack of amenities. However, it is peak season in Flagstaff. Not bad, but nothing special.

    Comfort Inn- even better!

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    6/15- Arrived at Comfort Inn, Flagstaff. Was happy to find this conveniently located by many restaurants and stores. The manager was very friendly and helpful!! The entire place was very well planned out- lobby, rooms, and outside look of hotel. The outdoor pool was enjoyed by all. The only thing that could be fixed was the hot tub was extremely hot!

    Pleasant, clean and comfortable

    from

    My family visits Flagstaff at least once each winter and we prefer to stay at this Comfort Inn. I'm very picky about room cleanliness and this has always met my standards. The hotel staff are consistently pleasant and helpful, and there are several restaurants nearby as well as a Wal-Mart. The coffee maker in the room is a plus, though I've never used it as there is always fresh coffee available in the lobby. The complimentary breakfast features fresh-baked muffins and bagels, flavored oatmeal, coffee tea and juice and fruit ~ a definite plus. We have stayed at other hotels in the same price range but definitely prefer this one.

    Comfort Inn needs new mattresses

    from

    The place is clean and decorated nicely with real wood furnishings, however there are a few things that need improvement. The plumbing from the rooms nearby make a lot of noise, and so does the in-room air conditioning unit that goes on and off automatically in the night. The touted mattresses likely need changing as the one I slept on sagged towards the middle.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Flagstaff

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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