Comfort Inn International

Address: 8134 International Drive, Orlando, Florida, 32819, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the International Drive/Universal/SeaWorld area of Orlando, is near Pirate's Dinner Adventure, Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf, Ripley's Believe It or Not, and Sleuths Mystery Dinner Shows.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn International Orlando

      Wonderful hotel,helpful staff

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      stayed here nov 19 2004- dec 4. 2 rooms booked and on arrival no record of our booking.however 2 rooms given and staff told us this would be sorted in the morning,however i went back down during the night and the night staff made numerous phonecalls and it was all sorted. rooms very spacious and clean, breakfast above average and free. hotel situated right in the middle of international drive within walking distance of restaurants and shops. all facilities good eg pool and laundry. will defiately stay here again.

      Clean and Neat

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      I was at this hotel for two night i really enjoy the amenities. like free breakfast, the room is clean and neat also close to shopping mall, unversal studio and sea world.

      Nowhere to relax

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      Stayed here in april 2004. Having previously stayed at best western international in 2003 found this hotel let itself down with a ridiculously small pool overlooking a car park. There was barely room to put a sunlounger before you hit the railings not what you want after a hard day at the parks. If you had 8 people round the pool then there would be no loungers or room left. The room was good and the free continental breakfast was a nice touch but there was just nowhere to relax and this took the edge off the holiday.

      Superb

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      Stayed at Comfort Inn from 18/09 to 25/09/04. We found it quite easy to get to. It is in the heart of everything. Rooms were excellent. Staff were great. Highly recommend this hotel to friends and family.

      If you can find this place you deserve a medal

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      This hotel is in the most ridiculous place I've ever seen. It is impossible to find. We drove up and down the street five times, finally my husband gave in and sent me into a nearby hotel to ask...no-one had even heard of it.

      Finally found the place located behind a parking lot and with no signs whatsoever directing you to it. I mentioned this to the front desk staff and they looked at me as though I was the stupid one. Reading the reviews here I realize everyone has had the same problem. Maybe the management should take notice.

      We checked into our room, opened the door and found that it wasn't clean. Beds still unmade, trash everywhere...obviously the housekeepers hadn't even started it. Went back to front desk and was given a key to a different room...went back upstairs and this key didn't work. Back down again by which time I was getting very frustrated. Finally got our room, which I suppose was ok but after all the hassle I wasn't in a good frame of mind to notice anything good about it.

      Excellent-no problems

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      Stayed here for two weeks in early June. The hotel was excellent and can recommend it to anyone.

      Room was large, 2 double beds, modern bathroom-fridge etc Rooms were serviced each and every day with fresh towels etc

      The Pool was a nice depth-not to deep-not to shallow and was really clean.

      Breakfast was ok (it was free)

      Location-30secs from Large Walgreens supermarket (24hours) and all bars etc. Close to the I-DRIVE 23 stop (transport to Disney etc)

      Overall really really good accomodation- paid about $37 a night.

      Great for the money! Clean and great pool!

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      We stayed here 3 nights while visiting Orlando and a couple of theme parks. The hotel was nice all around! The A/C was great, a must for me! Room was extremely clean, and had a nice view to the pool. Pool was nice with a childrens pool also. Location was also great!!! Breakfast was not that good though! But what do you expect for $35.00 a night through orlandohotels.

      Great central hotel

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      I have read many reports after booking this hotel all of which were negative, but l can honestly say it proved to be a great hotel, rooms clean and tidy, two double beds, TV, ironing board, coffee makers, radio alarm etc. So good in fact that when we go again in two years we will be staying there. All Staff were very helpful, nothing was too much. The hotel is situated almost in the middle of International Drive so getting to Disney, Sea world etc. as well as the shopping mallĀ s was easy. To save money get the local I Ride tickets which is a local bus service, save much money and again the staff on these are only too pleased to help you when trying to find places, even if they donĀ t go there they tell you how to transfer etc. it saves high taxi fares.

      Nice hotel

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      Hard to find because it sits back from International Drive and there is no sign. It's directly behind the TGI Fridays which is nice. The hotel is neat and clean. Staff is helpful and kind. Only one problem with the staff is that the housekeepers don't speak English which I guess is a common problem in all hotels.

      So-So

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      If you can find the hotel is the worst thing about this place. Rooms were clean. The hide away bed was falling apart, that maybe an isolated incident. The neighborhood is mostly commerical services. So-so is the best and the worst I can say about the Comfort Inn International.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn International Orlando

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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