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TravelPod Member ReviewsSleep Inn Fort Collins
The hotel was very easy to find and a short distance to some good restaurants. It was on the small side but very clean and mostly updated. TV was not a flat screen. I wish the breakfast offered a little more hot food. Sausage was the only hot food available. The room also only had 3 tables. They did have toast, bagels, cereal.
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