Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Clovis2.5 out of 5.0
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This is a typical Fairfield Inn. It is fairly new.... on of the modern Fairfields. The people are very nice and hospitable. It provides a refuge from the smells of the dairy farms that float through Clovis. It is also located close to the base and in the newer section of town.
King room with sofa bed, perfect stopover location. Comfy bed. Nice complementary breakfast. Excellent staff, very responsive to our extra requests. Only downside for us is that with the sofa bed open, the walking space is very squishy for the middle of the night bathroom run. Otherwise, nice location and convenient to Walmart and several decent restaurants.
We couldn't make our original destination so had to go here at the last minute. Excellent choice! Clean rooms, nice people, good internet, and a fair price. Traveling with my whole family, safety is important and we felt very safe here.
We got a room upgrade. So worn out from the road. Our room was clean and comfy. Big enough for a family of 4. Perfect mattresses and a great nights sleep to boot. Excellent service and breakfast. Free wifi
I cannot say enough about the friendliness of the staff here. Not only was the young girl at the desk upbeat and cheerful- she even called to check and make sure we didn't need anything. The room was spacious, comfortable, and very clean. We enjoyed our stay immensely.
I do not typically stay at this chain, but it is my 2nd option if there are no options with the chain I stay with very, very often and have top status with.... but I decided to stay here after a disappointing stay elsewhere in town. Pleasantly surprised to get a bottle of chilled water upon arrival on a hot day. Free parking, basic Fairfield, nothing unusual. It is in a newer area, better kept up commercial area than the last place I stayed in town, and the train noise was far less of an issue here. No views out of any window, but at least I was not looking right at the back of a storage building. This property is in general newer, brighter and in better repair than the last place I stayed. The free breakfast is not really good for me, so I just went to the local grocery store, Albertson's, and was able to get some good fresh produce and Starbucks coffee. The location of this property is more convenient than the last place I stayed, though nothing is really far in Clovis. Keep in mind that lodging options in Clovis are very limited, so there are no full service hotels or even a Courtyard by Marriott or a Hilton Garden Inn. You are not going to find a hotel with cooked to order breakfasts or a restaurant downstairs. You need to adjust your expectations to that reality. So with that in mind, this is a serviceable option and I would, and in fact will return here.
The Fairfield Inn (Marriott) in Clovis, New Mexico, is too noisy and there are too many headaches. I can’t recommend it. I checked in very late Monday night so I didn’t notice that the air conditioner wasn’t working. By that time of night the room had naturally cooled to an acceptable temperature. When I returned from work on Tuesday evening, the temperature in the room was up to 80. Fortunately the desk clerk was able to fix the problem, after trying some other things, by turning off the power to the air conditioner and turning it back again. It’s worrisome that this newly-hired desk clerk already knew half-a-dozen tricks for bringing room air conditioners back to life. He offered me something free from their internal food mart as partial compensation, but I waved it off. Anybody can make one mistake. Tuesday night, the mini refrigerator was making a clicking noise that kept me awake. I cursed and then unplugged it. I reported the problem to the front desk and maintenance fixed the clicking noise while I was gone Wednesday. Wednesday night, the refrigerator’s buzzing noise, which hadn’t been bad Tuesday night, kept getting louder and louder. Unfortunately, I had food in the refrigerator, so I couldn’t unplug it. I didn’t get much sleep even with earplugs. Thursday, I reported the problem, and the refrigerator was quickly replaced with a much quieter one. Hooray! Also Thursday, I noticed that I had a horrible head cold and a less-than-happy tummy. I get sick when I have to travel without sleep. I thought that orange juice would help settle my stomach, so I wandered down to the food mart. The desk clerk regretted asking me how my stay was. She offered the orange juice for free and this time I took it. The TV didn’t work when I tried to watch the news Thursday night. The night desk clerk came up and plugged the power in all the way on the back of the TV. That fixed it. I should’ve found that problem myself, but I don’t think well when I’m sick and low on sleep. Last visit I stayed in a front room near Route 209 (North Prince Street), where there was considerable traffic noise. This visit I stayed in a back room. There was little traffic noise. Note, however, that the rooms at the North end of the swimming pool are above the air conditioning units which cool the lobby. Those units are surprisingly loud and they come on at all hours of the day and night. Here are the pluses: The staff was all competent and seemed to be trying very hard. They were just up against a hotel which was designed by somebody who loved noise and unreliable equipment. Breakfast was consistently good. There were plenty of good pillows: four per bed! The room was clean and comfortable, except for the noises. The major downside is that you’ll have trouble sleeping here unless you’re deaf. That isn’t an endorsement of the hotels on Route 60 near the train tracks, which are reputed to be even noisier, thanks to the numerous freight trains blowing their horns every 15 minutes all night. I would suggest you try either the Holiday Inn Express or else La Quinta. Both are nearby on Route 209 and they have to be quieter than the Fairfield Inn. Marriott has a satisfaction guarantee. But I don’t want a guarantee. I want to sleep at night.
My boys and I have stayed here several times on our way to and from Colorado and we have enjoyed the hotel each time. The rooms are nice and clean, the breakfast is good, and the pool and hot tub are great.
With railroad along US 60, and every train blows it's horn 3 times all night long you want to be far away. 3 hotel Fairfield, Holiday Inn, & La Quinta are 2-3 miles north, though you still hear them, it will not wake or keep you awake. Great night service front desk recommended Cotton Patch just down the street. Morning breakfast closes right at 9:00 am, no national paper. All this for $170. Next time Holiday or La Quinta.
Standard, basic hotel room. Clean lobby, breakfast area, & rooms. Helpful, friendly staff. Nice hot breakfast, but their coffee leaves a lot to be desired. Met our expectations, but nothing spectacular.
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Outdoor pool
Located within a mile (2 km) of North Plains Mall, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Clovis is within 3 miles (5 km) of Hillcrest Park Zoo. This 69-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like an outdoor pool and free in-room WiFi. Clovis Community College is also within a 15-minute drive of this Clovis hotel.
Free continental breakfast is included with your stay.
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Clovis's 69 rooms are air-conditioned and provide sofa beds, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Guests can expect TVs with cable channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free local calls, ironing boards, and desks are also standard.
Guests of Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Clovis have access to an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. There's free parking if you drive. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. Additional amenities include conference space, a business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
92% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 103 reviews