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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Sault Sainte Marie
We only ask three things when we stay in a hotel - cleanliness, comfortable mattress and good water pressure. Unfortunately this hotel has two strikes against it. While it was very clean, the mattress was very uncomfortable along with no mattress pad and a fitted sheet that kept coming off all night long. Also we were put into a handicap accessible room and the shower height was about 5'4" tall. Not good for my husband who is 6'3" tall! Also the water pressure, like most hotels, was so low it took twice as long to rinse. The breakfast was OK though the breakfast room is quite small and some people had to eat in the lobby.
The staff was friendly and polite and allowed us to park our bike under the portico where there are security cameras.
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