Comfort Inn

Address: 48 Whitehall Avenue, Mystic, Connecticut, 06355, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 48 Whitehall Avenue, Mystic, is near Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration, Olde Mistick Village, Charles W. Morgan, and Old Lighthouse Museum.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Comfort Inn Mystic

      Clean, comfortable, friendly

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      Stayed at Comfort Inn, Mystic for one night in December 2004. AAA rate was about $72.00 before tax including breakfast. The Comfort Inn in Mystic was a great experience for this family if 4. We just wanted a quick place to stay overnight while we visited Mystic. We were very satisfied with this hotel. Lobby is clean and our kids enjoyed hot chocolate upon arrival. Check-in was friendly and our request for a quiet room was honored. Room was lovely... however it would have been nicer if it had been vacuumed under the beds. We found some skittles from previous guests...eeeuw. But we've had similar vacuuming issues at Hyatt Regency's. Room was of adequate size and bathroom was well-lit and clean. Breakfast the next morning was lovely. The Belgian waffles are great but they take 3 minutes each and there is only one machine. Other breakfast options include, cerals, toast, bagels, danish, yogurt and fresh fruit.

      Excellent for price, easy access to Mystic sights

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      We spent 2 nights at Comfort Inn at $80/nite for an impeccably neat room with king-size bed, refrigerator and microwave. There is no water or quaint village view, but neither do the windows look out on highways, or noisy strips - there are trees beyond the narrow parking lot.

      A waffle breakfast is included, and you can get good coffee anytime in the lobby, where staff were courteous and helpful. If you join the Choice Hotels "choice privileges rewards" program (no charge), you can check out at 2pm.

      The hotel is minutes from the Mystic Aquarium (don't miss the beluga feeding) and the Seaport Museum (where we were able to get last-minute Lantern Walk tickets, and enjoyed the planetarium introduction to celestial navigation), as well as downtown Mystic. (Brisk December days ensure no crowds, except that the popular December-only Lantern Walk tickets are sold out well in advance.)

      If you're on a budget and the above sights are on your itinerary (their prices are NOT low, nor are those of downtown Mystic restaurants), I can see no downside to styaing at this hotel, or to stay at any of the other chain chotels which surround it.

      Great place to stay

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      Excellent hotel! My husband and I stayed here on our way to and from Boston last weekend. It had to be one of the cleanest and quietest hotels I've ever been in. The staff was phenomenal...very friendly and eager to please in every way. And you certainly can't beat the rates, less than $100 a night. Try to find that at a decent hotel anywhere else in Connecticut! They even give you a pre-printed list of restaurants in the area with directions. Make sure you hit Mystic Pizza as it truly is the best pizza around.

      Best place to stay!!! Make your reservation here!!

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      Just returned home from the Comfort Inn This hotel is one of the best I've ever stayed in.The cleanliness of the room and hotel was unbelievable. My husband and I have stayed in some of the largest and better chain hotels, this happens to have been the best. The staff was the friendliest and helpful we had ever seen. I had left a note with housekeeping for extra pillows and they where there when we returned. My husband had been down in the lobby early this morning and had over heard a guest had a flat tire. The young guy behind the check-in asked where his car was and told him he would gladly take him to a repair shop. The hotel every morning had the best continental breakfast we had ever seen. We usually would skip it somewhere else not here. Even my children enjoyed the breakfast. We had picked this because of the reviews and they where right.

      The Best Yet

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      I have done a lot of traveling, and have stayed in many places. My visit to the Comfort Inn in Mystic, Ct. was GREAT. The Staff was very accommodating and friendly, the Rooms were very clean, and the Price was Great. I'll be back.

      Vicki

      Excellent!!!!!1

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      We have stayed in Mystic (Comfort Inn and others) MANY times. It's a perfect getaway destination. Aquarium, Mystic Seaport, Downtown Mystic, and Mystic Shoppes all very nice. Comfort Inn is excellent. Clean and convenient. Bed is good--not great. Furniture is basic. During our last visit, we splurged for a jacuzzi suite with table/chairs, sofa, wet bar/refrigerator (premixed cocktails from the liquor store are the best invention EVER--especially the Kalhua Mudslides)-->very nice!! Continental breakfast was adequate--nothing fancy, but the coffee was hot and there's OJ, bagels, waffles, pastries, etc. No trays to bring stuff back to your room...I solved that problem by getting a tray from our suite. Good bathroom with decent water pressure. Easy check-in. Convenient free parking. AAA rate was as low as $135/night (but the jacuzzi suite was a little more). EXCELLENT local restaurants: Anthony J.'s, Go-Fish, Steak Loft, and Abbott's. Fried clams at the Sea Swirl are the BEST! There are also a couple of restaurants within walking distance including a pizza joint and Ground Round. Easy access to the casinos (I prefer Mohegan Sun)--I think there is a shuttle bus available. NESN and YES available on the TV for (beloved) Red Sox and (accursed) Yankees fans. Comfort Inn is highly recommended! If you can't get the Confort Inn, Days Inn, Amerisuites and Residence Inn are also good.

      Wonderful stay

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      We stayed at the Comfort Inn after reviewing it on Trip Advisor and we were pleasantly surprised at the value for the monies we spent. You can't beat it. Continental breakfast was excellent and the room were very comfortable and clean. Definitely would stay there again. Mystic is a wonderful place to vacation and hope to go back again someday soon. Very pleasant and scenic. My advise is....stay at the Comfort Inn!~ Can't beat it for the price.

      Absolutely perfect

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      Just returned from mystic. Had an absolutely delightful time. The Comfort Inn Mystic is a fabulous hotel. Staff is very friendly. Rooms were comfortable and clean. Breakfast was fantastic. All in all , we couldn't have asked for a better vacation. A great location for families. Would stay here again in a heartbeat.

      A Warm Welcome

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      We stayed at this Inn and enjoyed it very much. The rooms are nice, clean and comfortable. The staff was excellent from the people at the front desk to the girls who clean the rooms.

      We got up the next morning and enjoyed a great continental breakfast. The food was excellent and the selection was great. I would highly recommend this Comfort Inn to anyone who visits the area.

      I have stayed at much higher priced places and for the money saved I had a warmer welcome here.

      We were in the area to visit the Casino's and didnt get to see the sights in Mystic but will return there and will stay at this Comfort Inn on our next trip.

      If you just need a place to stay

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      clean, quiet, affordable, and a short drive to the casinos. If you just need a decent place to stay in the area, this is a good hotel. Surrounded by restaurants and the Aquarium. We waited awhile to check in, but otherwise, everything was cool.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Mystic

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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