Comfort Inn Key West

Address: 3824 N. Roosevelt Blvd., Key West, Florida Keys, Florida, 33040, United States | Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn Key West

Great place to stay

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really enjoyed our two nights stay at the Comfort Inn in Key West. Found the rooms very clean and up to date. Had a great deluxe continental breakfast. Would stay there again if we are ever in the Keys.

Nice

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I enjoyed my one-night stay at this property. It was expensive, but what isn't in Key West? The room was nice, the hotel staff friendly and the night was quiet although in the middle of spring break, which I really appreciated. I would come again.

Beware of Price Switch

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The Comfort Inn is typical of what you would expect for a middle-of-the-road chain hotel. The rooms are clean, although there was graffiti behind the bathroom door. There's an outdoor pool, continental (i.e. cheap) breakfast, no gym, but you can go next door to the Radisson and use theirs. But what infuriated me was that I got a cheap rate over the Internet, only to have a mandatory $1.12 per day safe surcharge added to my bill. You have to pay it even if you don't use the safe. To me this is their way of ripping you off for a little more money, which is pure profit for them. So on principle I won't go back there. The only way I could get them to drop the charge was when I demanded to speak to a manager, and I told him I was going to write a review in Trip Advisor. so when comparing prices online, beware that you have to add that charge to the rate.

Discomfort Inn

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This hotel is awful. Stayed here for Fantasy Fest 2003. Hotel Front Staff unfriendly, unprofessional and rude! The housekeeping rolls their carts around so early in the morning, that no alarm clock is needed. The WHEELS on their carts wake you up & keep you awake when they go back and forth from room to room. Slightly burned my hand with the hot water in the broken coffee maker, trying to make coffee. This hotel not worth the price or headaches. Save your money for Beer instead.

Average place away from all the action

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My husband and I stayed at the Comfort Inn on 10/7/04 for one night. We booked the room through Priceline and paid $52.00 for the room. The room was adequate, but it smelled stale. The place was clean though and since we were only staying one night I could deal with the smell. I don't know if this was because of the humidity, or the age of the place. For the price we paid I didn't expect much. The staff was friendly and they have a small, continential breakfast off to the side in the lobby. We opted to eat at one of the restaurants down town. You can find a good, inexpensive morning meal for $1.99 at some places. Next time I am Key West, I will book a place closer to Duval Street, as this place is far out of the way.

Comfort Inn Key West - An affordable & comfortable stay.

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Reasonable rates, friendly staff, super clean rooms make the Comfort Inn my first choice if I cannot get a good rate at the Wyndham Casa Marina.

Overpriced Poorly Run Comfort

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I recently stayed at the Comfort Inn in Key West with a friend. I will never stay there again. Paid $149.00 per night for 3 nights over Memorial Day weekend. Toilets did not flush properly. Clock radio did not work. Beds were partially made. One morning, pillows from both beds were just tossed on top of one of them. Coffee amenities were not stocked each day. Struggled with room key all weekend. A/C unit was insufficient to support the room. I also found it amusing that when we complained about the room the first morning, we were told that they were sold out but I stood outside for a while and watched two groups check in after they told us they were sold out. My friend called to cancel the rollaway bed she order 3 days prior to arrival and was still charged for it. We were told on checkout that we should have complained about each and every single item. We came to enjoy the area and not spend three days trying to get the accommodations to meet minimal standards.

I would rather get punched in the face than stay here again

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When I got there the group in front was being told that their reservation was canceled because their card could not hold the full deposit, they protested saying that they where told only the first night would be charged and they could pay the rest on arrival! That didn?t work and they where told the new room rate would be 349 a night! (This is 10 am!!! When I got to the counter the something was told to me! I asked to see the decline slip (I knew my card could hold it) and she said that she was sorry someone called with my information at 8 am and cancelled the room! I said "let me talk to the manager" she said "why that wont change anything" I said "let me talk to the manager!" she left and came back in less than a minute and said ok, no problem but the two double beds that you requested are not available you have on king! I said "go get the manager!!" she then changed that also I got my two double beds! There where more people arriving in my party (Different rooms and they pulled the same thing). We went out in Key West (which was amazing! a great place to play) and we met some people out, and went back to the pool (12:30 am) a security guard came up to us and told us to leave. we where quiet and asked him if we could hang out for a bit and talk, and he said he didn?t have time for this and said he was going to throw us out of the hotel if we didn?t go back to our room right then. We said fine and started back to the room. He stopped us and said that our new friends could no go with us! He told us to go to our rooms and go to sleep! A security guard told me to go to bed on my vacation at 12:30 at night on my vacation...I am 29 years old at the time!! We told him we where just going to leave and go to the pool across the street and he said he was going to call over there and warn there security if we did not go to our room and go to sleep! Condition Standard- motel 6 of comfort inn not great shape a few stains, no huge bugs of water damagePrice- Pretty expensive for a motelStaff- WretchedAmenities 1 pool was kind of cleanI called the hotel manager and the corp. office after all was said and done and they told me that I should have talked to the manager while I was there and there was nothing I could do after the fact!!-- what about the "go get the manager!"

Our room was fine.....

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My wife and I stayed at the Comfort Inn Key West just a couple of days ago. The room was clean and comfortable,some peeling wallpaper but that was the worst of it. Can't comment on the pool,we were to busy seeing Key West. Sure its a few miles from the "old town" party district but hey...Key West is only 2 miles by 4 miles so your never very far from anything.

You don't need to walk or pay an arm and a leg to a cabbie. Just go to the front desk and the Comfort Inn and pay $7.00 per person for a one day pass on the Bone Island shuttle bus that comes right by the front door about every 15 minutes. Their route takes you near to anything on Key West that you'd want to see,and will get you back to your room without a accident or DUI--well worth the money.

I'd recommend the Comfort Inn Key West to anyone,it ain't the Ritz-Carlton but neither is the price....

Comfort Inn -- Not bad, but out of the action

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Nothign at all wrong with this place, which was clean and comfortable. It appears to cater to senior citizens, but that could have just been the clientele when we were there. There is a nice pool and it is in a cluster of motels and restaurants and stores that you can walk to.

The only problem is the way Key West is set up. The quaint part of town with all the nightlife is downtown a couple of miles away from a whole bunch of hotels, of which this is one. You pay less to stay out here, but you have to figure out how to get back and forth to town.

There are four ways to do it, unless you like walking: Drive, in which case you have the challenge of finding parking (and not a good idea if you're out drinking); taxi, which is outrageously priced; town buses, which stop running around 11:30 and are not very convenient; and the hotel shuttle buses, which stop around 11. In other words, if you're planning to sample the nightlife--and that is lots of fun to do -- plan ahead.

I have noproblem recommending the Comfort Inn. If you've ever stayed at one previously, you know exactly what you will get. We paid around $90 a night and by Key West standards, felt it was fairly priced.

TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Key West

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