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Comfort Suites

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Our room was large with a sofa, desk microwave and small refrigerator. The shower was not very hot, but acceptable. Breakfast had scrambled eggs, hot sauce, sausage, gravy, biscuits, cereals, apples, bananas, yogurt, etc. Too much was all in one corner, so, hard to get to if a few people around - just like many other places - I prefer easier to maneuver around areas - but that's how it is. Pretty outdoor pool area. Entire place is nicely designed and decorated. Wall light switches are touch type, with motion detectors for auto turning off, took awhile to figure out . Touch bottom of switch and wait a second for it to turn on. The location is ideal. It's across the street from a large indoor shopping mall, and many good restaurants close by. We did like it enough here that we made reservations again for our next trip here.

Although I found the staff to be unfriendly and not accommodating, the hotel was clean and acceptable. It is in a convenient location, near the mall and plenty of entertainment and restaurants. The complimentary breakfast was fine with a reasonable selection of options.

Friendly staff. Our room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast area was clean and well attended to. We always look for Choice Hotels when traveling.This one was in a grat location with access to restaurants.

We sent the night and left the next day but the room was comfortable with some signs of wear but not bad. It had a refrigerator that worked great. It also had a couch and coffee table which I thought was over kill. The air was to close to the side of the bed. The breakfast was good and a little above average.

A great hotel, as usual, for our overnight stop! The staff is so friendly, the rooms are clean and it's a very decent breakfast. We really enjoyed the cocktail hour! A nice way to relax after traveling all day.

When we arrived, there were 3 people working the front desk, one other person registering. When I registered, the following ensued: The young man who registered me asked for a credit card to pay, I informed him it was direct bill he did not need my credit card for the room, he persisted a while and a young lady behind the counter informed. Then he claimed the reservation and the rate were wrong. Then she added the company name to the reservation. Then she changed the rate. Then the other guest at the end of the counter commented "make sure they don't put other people’s charges on your credit like they did with me" as he walked away. After I believed they had it straight, I gave them my card for room charges. My wife and I went to the room a I laid down for a few minutes after unpacking. The phone rang. I answered the phone, the voice on the other end said "Donald", I said you have the wrong #, the voice came back "then who is this?", I responded "the person called, not named Donald", the voice on the other end responded: "I need you to tell me who you are?" and I responded "I am the person that is going to hang up the phone and give you some time to figure out who you are trying to reach", the voice responded "well, this is the front desk"; to which I responded "I do not normally respond to anonymous phone calls demanding my name, however if you are the front desk you should say so from the onset and you will get a different result.". The young man apologized and said he thinks he registered me in a room reserved for someone else, do not worry about it - I'll take care of it." About an hour later I went out to smoke a cigarette. When I returned, the young lady who was at the desk at check-in was alone behind the desk. I mentioned the call to her and she responded "I was here and I heard it, I do not know why he approached it that way. We put you in a room reserved by someone else, so we put them in your room, it is taken care of." I asked, since you have it taken care of, I am sure you made sure my credit card was held against the right room", she responded: "Yes". I said "good, I am going to pick up some drinks and snacks and charge them against the room." I picked up a couple of bottles of juice and a few snacks and returned to the counter and asked her to charge them against my room." She responded "you know what, we did not put your credit card on file". I pulled out my credit and asked he to first confirm that she did not have it, because I had already given it to them. She assured me that they did not have it. The next morning my wife and I loaded the truck with our luggage; I left to do business the business I came for and I notified the desk my wife would pick up the receipts for the room and room charges. When I returned I picked up my wife. As we were driving up the road, my wife mentioned that they refused to give her any receipts. I asked her to explain, she said the young man (different than the night before) told her that we were "not entitled" to the receipt for the room because the company paid direct and we did need the other receipt because there were no charges. I turned around and drive back, my wife walked with me to the door, pointed out the desk clerk and then opted to remain in the truck while I went inside. I approached the young man who was behind the counter and I said : "I stayed in a room last night registered in my name, I gave a separate credit card for room charges and charged about $10.00 in snacks. I need your help, some new untrained idiot told my wife when she checked out that we were not entitled to a receipt for a room registered in MY NAME because it was direct billed to someone else, and that we have no charges on our own card to receive a receipt…this confuses me, because within 60 seconds of your making the charge to my credit card, Bank of America sent me an email notification. What I also need is each receipt, and your help in making the manager aware of this individuals complete incompetence as a front desk clerk - so we can get him the training he so desperately needs. “The young man looked at me and said "Yes sir" as he dropped his eyes to the floor, printed off my receipts, handed them to me and said he would make sure the manager got my message." The room was very nice and clean. The breakfast buffet was basic and satisfactory. The staff was generally pleasant.

Flat tire on the way home from vacation caused us to walk in at midnight for a room. Erika was great and efficient at getting us set up so we didn't have any other stress. Room was large and clean. Bed was big and comfy. Made our flat tire not such a big deal since we were in a warm bed.

We have been Choice Privileges members a long time and have stayed at many of the chain's hotels. At check-in, we were not offered anything special, not even a bottle of water, nor were we greeted as loyal customers. Disappointing. At the afternoon "reception" we understood that we would be offered two adult beverages per person, but there were none in sight, only some nachos and cheese dip. The room was clean and comfortable enough, but the front desk person seemed to be "detached."

We stayed at this hotel for 1 night for a high school graduation. Check in was quick and easy. Front desk staff very attentive and very nice. Happy hour was from 5-6:30. They had meatballs, chips and dip, fruit, and nuts. You also were able to get 2 drinks per person. The room was super nice! We had 2 double beds and a living room area. Flat screen tv in bedroom and plenty of closet space. Bathroom is spacious with upgraded granite counters. Very very nice. The mall is right across the street. I would stay here again! Great customer service.

Not all Comfort Inns are equal! This one is Absolutely one of the best Comfort Inns we've stayed at overnight. Clean, nicely decorated. Staff exceptional, knowledgeable with points system. Quiet, clean room. Bathroom spotless. Comfortable bed and pillows. Breakfast breakfast okay. We put this Comfort Inn at top top of the list.

458 West Blackstock Road Spartanburg SC

Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Outdoor pool

Comfort Suites places you next to WestGate Mall and within a 3 miles (5 km) of Spartanburg Methodist College. This 86-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like an outdoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center. In central Spartanburg, the hotel is also close to Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve and Fantasy Island Family Amusement Center.


Dining

Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay.


Rooms

All 86 air-conditioned accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can expect TVs with cable channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include sofa beds, microwaves, and refrigerators.


Property features

At Comfort Suites, guests enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. There's free parking if you drive. Staff members are on hand to provide dry cleaning/laundry services and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Additional amenities include a meeting room, a 24-hour business center, and a seasonal outdoor pool.

Room options

Suite, 2 Double Beds, Non Smoking

Full 2 | Sleeps 6

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

93% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 274 reviews