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I spent a Choice reward night at the Comfort Inn Danvers and after my experience, I would not have been happy paying the $250 they were asking that night if I had to pay cash. I booked a suite with my points and I'm not certain what made this room a suite. It had a longer corridor leading into the room, but no additional usable space. All rooms appeared to have a kitchen, so it couldn't have been that. This property was formerly a Rodeway Inn and, although the furnishings are new, there were a few problems with the room. Several large crumbs of what looked like bread were hanging out in the HVAC unit. The bathroom electrical outlet did not work. The fridge had trouble staying closed even when empty and emitted an annoying beeping noise. Headlights from a nearby road shone directly into the room even with the blackout curtains closed. A few flies were around the desk. At check-in, an employee was sitting at the desk doing nothing while a long line of guests waited to check in. On the good side, the bed was comfortable. But that was the main good thing about this hotel.
We stayed here after a trip to Maine so we could be close to Logan airport for our mid-morning flight home. I'm a member of their rewards program and this stay was paid for with points. We were given a very nice room with a king size bed and a kitchenette. Since it was just for a night, we really didn't need it. The bathroom was very nicely done and larger than most hotel bathrooms. It was missing the hook on the back of the door. It took us about 30 minutes to get to Logan on a Saturday morning. We walked to Calitri's Italian restaurant for dinner. It was delicious. In the morning breakfast had a large variety.
We booked an overnight stay and were very pleased. Check in was quick and our room was updated, clean and the bed was very comfortable. The bathroom was spacious with a large vanity, and nice size shower. Plenty of towels were provided. There was a large counter in the room with a fridge and freezer. Would book here again for sure.
The hotel itself is mediocre at best. Not a good value for the money; I expected much more from a Comfort Inn. The absolute worst part was our room was on the first floor overlooking a parking lot. That's fine except that the room darkening drapes were hung on a partial rod that rendered them unable to close, leaving only the sheers for "privacy". I had to pin the drapes together so no one could peer in. Then the sun set....and on came the blaring parking lot lights, illuminating the entire room making sleep impossible! I then had to climb a chair to hang the bed runner over the sheers rod to block the lights. Everything was plastic- ice bucket, cups; very cheap. Only out of sheer desperation would I stay there again. In fact, my business extended and I had to stay another night--at a different hotel in the area, you can be sure. Positives: having microwave in room was convenient, bed was comfortable, front desk staff courteous.
The hotel was lovely. Every part of the hotel was very clean and all the staff we interacted with were friendly and helpful, nice breakfast available . Driving in the area was challenging but thanks to Waze we managed.
although a little way from the airport, it is well worth the 5-6 mile trip. after bad situations on flights and at car rental counter. it was a pleasure to speak with someone helpful at the desk and friendly upon check-in. Although on turnpike it was very quite and secure
I travel for work and this property is convenient to many North Shore towns. In particular, when I work in Danvers or Peabody it’s often not necessary to get onto a clogged highway. My favorite eating places nearby are in Danvers center or at the larger malls.
2 day stay- Newly renovated/updated, clean and comfortable. The desk clerk, , was exceptionally helpful and friendly. As with most Choice Hotels, coffee 24/7 and full hotel style breakfast , Comfortable bed with of a kitchen area with sink, microwave and a nice refrigerator. Only issue-no swimming pool
When I walked into my room and seen the couch with stains and the carpet with stains I was worried. My bed was comfortable and the TV was nice. The printer in the lobby didn’t work. The noise from the traffic at times was louder than my TV. I don’t think I’d come back.
Stayed during the weekend prior to Halloween to visit Salem. The hotel was under renovation when we were there which didnt inconvenience us all that much, the rooms we stayed in had been redone and were fresh and new, beds were very comfortable. The only issue we had was with payment, a credit card was demanded from us at check in, no where on their site did it state that was a MUST, what it did say is that if you did not have a credit card that a cash deposit would be held and returned to you upon departure. Since we had changed our money over to US funds and had all the money ready it was not really convenient to shuffle through credit cards to pay for the room. The staff were pretty nice, we would stay again if a credit card wasnt demanded or if we could do a pre pay, now that its apparently a Comfort Inn those options might be available
Located within 2 miles (3 km) of Glen Magna Farms, Comfort Inn Danvers- Boston is within 3 miles (5 km) of Rebecca Nurse Homestead. This hotel has 104 rooms and welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM.
All of Comfort Inn Danvers- Boston's 104 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and 40-inch flat-screen TVs. Other amenities include free local calls, ironing boards, and desks.
Guests of Comfort Inn Danvers- Boston enjoy free WiFi in public areas, free newspapers, and laundry facilities. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. Front-desk staff are standing by 24/7 to assist with any requests.