Comfort Inn & Suites
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites Germantown
Travel Blogs from Germantown
... event. We arrived at the gate a full 5 minutes before scheduled departure and the plane was still there. But door to skyway closed and attendant uttered a very firm "sorry." We will be cooling our heels in Atlanta airport overnight, then check in to the Delta Sky Club when it opens at 5:30 am for showers, breakfast, and some TLC. Now scheduled to arrive Barcelona 8:30 am Monday, September 1. Oh the joy of ...
... the Red Fort, and the ancient Hindu temples with their erotic carvings were most interesting, but, for us, they do not compare with our interactions and views of the daily lives of the Indian people.
More disturbing and more difficult to view with Ashim’s admonition of no comparisons were the many homeless and desperately poor people who are found everywhere. The grime-covered children who live in the streets and beg from tourists were deeply moving and ingrained in ...
... the past they have brought along as many as 70,000 cattle and horses, and some 25,000 camels for trading. Many of the animals are decorated, and the local people come in colorful ethnic costumes and engage in all sorts of games, rituals, and storytelling events. It should be quite an experience.
We don’t expect this trip to be comfortable. In fact, it is quite likely to be very challenging. Correspondence from our Indian guide ...
... have you been, I've been worried." Louie was a little more reserved, as cats tend to be, but soon came around to rub up against our legs and solicit a little petting and give some quiet meows in return.
During our trip home we talked of some of the highlights of the trip. We both felt an increased sense of connection to the long history of the human existence and struggle. Bob first felt a twinge ...
... in early. Really early! I don't know if it was the fact we looked awful, or that we had dumped our bags all over the lobby area, or if the guy was just in a generous mood, but within minutes we were headed for the elevator with our keys in our hands. What a result!
After crashing out for a few hours, we woke up feeling a little more refreshed and headed out to explore downtown Memphis. It didn't take us long to find the famous Beale Street, and as it was a ...