Wonderfully attentive staff at the front desk, a very clean room and simple but completely... See full review
Apr 3, 2013
The beds are absolutely Amazing!! My third stay here, will Always come back.. Staff is Extremely... See full review
Sep 24, 2012
Comfort Inn & Suites Airdrie is conveniently located off of Highway 2, only 10 minutes from Calgary International Airport YYC. Our property offers a 24/7 airport shuttle, must be reserved 24 hours in advance ($30 +GST round trip). We offer a complimentary hot breakfast buffet which includes bacon, sausages, and scrambled eggs. We are within walking distance to numerous restaurants and grocery stores. Our property has free wifi access and all guest rooms are fully equipped with a fridge, microwave and coffee maker. Our property also has a indoor heated swimming pool with an infrared sauna. Meeting room on site 900 square feet.2011 Platinum Award Winner, 2012 & 2013 Gold Winner, 2014 Platinum Winner. Pet accommodation: 20.00 CAD per pet/per night. Pet Limit: 1 pet/per room, Maximum of 20 pounds.
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Wonderfully attentive staff at the front desk, a very clean room and simple but completely satisfying amenities.
This hotel is only 10 minutes from the Calgary Airport, but the rates are much cheaper and the rooms better taken care of. It's an
easy, reliable alternative to staying right at the airport. Also, no airport noise is a wonderful thing.
Free breakfast was great - serve yourself, load up on fresh waffles ;)
Close proximity to a variety of restaurants, fast food, large and small scale shopping, and of course, the essential Starbucks.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
All kinds of food options literally across the street. Burgers, steaks, chicken,Japanese, Greek, Chinese, anything you could want is RIGHT THERE.
The beds are absolutely Amazing!! My third stay here, will Always come back.. Staff is Extremely Friendly! Breakfast is wonderfully fullfilling!! Great abundance of choices. Needs a hot tub. Very, Very clean!!
My Stay at the Comfort Inn in Airdrie was terribly disappointing. I called a week ahead to reserve a room with two queen sized beds for my mother and I. My mother has a terrible knee and back and I was recovering from surgery… so we both did not
feel like cuddling. I actually called the hotel to get this done, received a confirmation code, an estimate and everything fell into place nicely.
When we arrived there after 10 hours of driving we found the foyer full of children running about, playing, couches full of adults. It was a zoo. I understand that it was a team, or many teams, but it was so noisy that we couldn’t hear the woman at the front counter from a foot away. It was very unprofessional. The number of people were not a problem… it was the sheer volume and no one from the desk had done anything.
But the lady managed to tell us that hmmm we weren’t getting the room that was promised to us. Wonderful…that’s not what we wanted to hear at all after making plans and travelling for so long. So we asked what our options were. There were none. She told us that it was a suite with a King sized bed, full kitchen and pull out couch. What we got was a dingy, boiling hot room, with a filthy dusty pull out couch and a queen sized bed.
We took the room as all other places were booked up; apparently the week was very busy. My mother took the bed and I begrudgingly took the pull out couch...nothing like paying to sleep on a layer of cotton with a metal bar destroying my spine.
Woke up to an empty continental breakfast, thankfully they had Gluten Free Chex and tea! We asked if there was more fruit or yogurt, were told no, but as soon as a group came in with 5 jumping mini athletes more fruit and yogurt came out… in fact everything was replenished before our eyes.
After my terrible stay at this Comfort Inn I think I would have preferred to sleep in a bus station or in my car on the side of the road and buy my own milk and gluten free goodies. I bet both the station and my car were cleaner than my room, at least my car seats are comfortable and it wouldn’t have cost me anything.
Don’t go here, it’s not worth your dime.