I have no complaints about the room, it was extremely clean and very modern, it even smelled great!... See full review
Aug 22, 2012
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From the moment we walked in, the staff at Comfort Suites was warm, friendly and attentive to our... See full review
Nov 10, 2013
The hotel is located close to all of Abilene's attractions, restaurants and businesses. The hotel offers free breakfast, free high speed internet, a business center, exercise room and meeting room. All rooms have 32 inch LCD TVs, hair dryers, coffee makers, irons and boards and micro-fridge. Shuttle services must be scheduled 24 hours in advance. The pool is closed until May 1, 2013.
Coffee maker in room
Ramp access to buildings
Television with cable
AM/FM alarm clock
Hairdryer in room
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Review of Comfort Inn & Suites Regional Medical Center
Bath, New York
Sep 17, 2012
We went to Abilene to conduct personal business and wanted a clean, comfortable, but not-too-pricey hotel to stay in for two nights. This fit the bill. This particular location was the newest Comfort Inn in Abilene; there is another in the
business district that looks to be much older. The bed was extremely comfortable with lots of comfortable pillows. The lighting was a bit dim with those confounded CFL bulbs, and I could not find a light switch upon entering the room the first time, and had to walk across the room to switch on a lamp. Later I did find the switch next to the closet.
If you're looking for outstanding service you may want to go somewhere else; usually when you enter the hotel you have to ring a bell at the front desk for someone to come out and help you.
The pool is outdoors and as it was a cool, rainy September weekend when we were there, we were unable to enjoy that.
Glitches included the built-in hair dryer refusing to work for more than 30-seconds at a time. I tried using it both days and it just wouldn't work more than that. The in-house breakfast is adequate, although not properly staffed. We were there on both Saturday and Sunday mornings and even though we arrived in the breakfast room relatively early--8:00 a.m.--on Saturday, the room was already crowded and there was not enough food. We chose to take a 5-minute drive to the nearest breakfast restaurant. After returning at about 9:00 a.m., my husband tried to get a cup of coffee to go from the breakfast area, but the coffee decanter was completely empty and there was no staff around. On Sunday morning we went to breakfast at about 7:30 and found the breakfast area nearly empty with plenty of food and coffee, although again there was no staff waiting to fill food trays, etc. like I have seen at most other hotels.
Free local newspapers were available at the front desk.
I do have to say the hotel was extremely quiet, at least the weekend we were there. That is a huge plus to me.