Comfort Inn & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Watertown
Our room was comfortable enough. The walls were thin and we were actually bothered by the TV in the room next door. I was impressed the hotel provided separate receptacles for recycling. We did not get the free bottled water that we had become accustomed to but there was a microwave and refrigerator in the room, not that we could put them to use with one night's stay. The WiFi was fine, important to my husband. The first hotel of our tour to offer complimentary breakfast! Yay!
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