I stayed here with my dog for two nights during the Greenville dog show. Before making the online reservation, I called to make sure that pets were allowed and was assured that they were. I was going to go ahead and book over the phone, but the person I spoke to advised me that if I booked online, it would be much cheaper. Upon arrival, check in only took a few moments. When I arrived in my room, I found that the deadbolt lock did not work properly. I went back to the desk and the attendant came up right away to see if he could fix the problem. He could not, and advised me there were no more rooms available. I said I couldn't stay in a room with no lock. He then asked me if I would be willing to take a smoking room instead. At that point, I said that would be fine. When I got to the new room, I was surprised to find that there was NO smell of smoke at all and I am VERY sensitive to the odor of cigarettes. The room was very clean, the bed surprisingly comfortable for a hotel bed, and the pillows quite comfortable. There were also four pillows on each bed instead of the usual two. The water pressure in the shower was great. There was also a small refrigerator, a microwave, a coffee maker, coffee, and cream and sugar. For less than $60 a night, this can't be beat.
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On our way back up from Florida this summer we stopped here for a night's stay. This hotel has obviously been freshly rennovated. The hotel is pretty small from the looks, but there is a nice looking lobby that is overooked on every floor with windows. The hallways were very wide, which is a big convenience for many, especially when the housekeeper carts are in the halls. The room was the size of a "Choice" suite, or just a very big room! Two beds, new appliances and a clean carpet, bathroom, and beds, it was great! The beds were comfortable and I loved it, an amazing surprise for the customer! The breakfast WAS continental, but I guess that i okay since that is not a necessary highlight for a night's stay.
On the outside, this hotel was just as lovely as the rest of the Comfort Inn family. The inner lobby was amazing as normal, but once in the guest rooms you could see that the building had some age, with electrical and sprinkler fixtures not exactly hidden, but piped in across the ceiling. In spite of it's age, this was a wonderful hotel! These little aesthetic things were the only indications that the hotel had been renovated. The beds and linens were great just as expected, and the bathroom was clean and spacious. Would definitely reccommend this hotel and its friendly staff to anyone passing through!