Comfort Inn2.5 out of 5.0
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There are 12 of us on the private tour of the Halifax, Peggy's Cove, Mahone Bay Area and have stayed at the Comfort Inn for three nights, the accommodation is clean, the staff friendly and very accommodating. We were to large a group to meet in one room, the staff in duty allowed us to use the breakfast room to plan our next day's tours.
This was not a reserved stop, but certainly a welcome one. My husband and I went to Cape Breton island to tent camp for a couple of days but wound up leaving earlier due to a bad storm that Saturday night in which every thing was soaked no matter what we had done. Sunday morning exhausted from howling winds and steady rain we packed to leave, at that point we were disheartened but we both wanted to see The Citadel so we headed for Halifax and was able to get a beautiful room with a queen sized bed at the Comfort Inn . When we arrived they greeted us warmly and gave us a recommendation where to eat dinner and when we got up the next morning there was the complimentary breakfast which was pretty good. I would like to thank Laurie, Melanie and Valerie for their fine service and kindness. They sent us off with well wishes and directions to the Citadel
Visited from Texas and stayed for 3 nights. Very nice place to stay, very clean. Front desk staff were friendly, courteous and helpful. Offers a very good hot breakfast. Breakfast area is a little small though. Our room was on the first floor with a view of the harbor. Nice big front porch with Adirondack chairs to sit and enjoy the view. They always have good coffee in the lobby and have a coffee machine in your room, and fridge if you wish to use one. Free Wi-Fi. Rooms and beds are clean with lots of pillows.
Stayed one night. Prepaid room before our stay then charged 2.88 after flying home. The money is not the point. The hotel is horrible. Dirty old and smelly.WOULD not recommend . Was told coffee fruit and muffins would be available in morning as we wre checking out at 4am. No muffins went to tim hortins instead. pay more and stay somewhere else.
Conveniently located on the highway between Bedford and Halifax, a 20 minute drive from the airport. I found it comfortable,and a good base to get to attractions around Halifax, and a short drive to get to downtown Halifax.
This was our second stay at Comfort Inn on the Bedford Highway in Halifax. Stayed for 2 nights and continue to see improvements in this hotel. New furniture, new carpets in the halls and upgraded bedding. This hotel offers a hot breakfast and it is a very good breakfast. Was quite busy there as the summer is a busy time and there was a boy scout convention going on so there were about 40 Scouts and leaders staying there. The ladies who were filling the breakfast items were running to keep up. There is a good variety of items and all were hot. Breakfast area is a little small and was filled to capacity but wait times were not too bad. The staff are so friendly and helpful and eager to serve. Definitely stay there again.
The bathroom door was interesting since it didn't open all at the way or else it would hit the tub. So I wouldn't recommend it for persons who need greater accessibility. It gave a large vanity shelf though which was nice! 3 mirrors were in the room. A plus. Tons of space for our bags compared to other Comfort Inns. Lamps were modern box shaped. The front desk staff was incredibly helpful and offered free maps of Halifax. They took care of our noisy neighbors and got them to move their room party-what great service! Get to breakfast BEFORE 9 AM! Limited seating in the cute breakfast room (read: French Doors) so I ended up sharing a couch with strangers in the "living room" lounge. We had to snag a table as soon as it became available. ---- Bottom Line: What welcoming charm coming to Halifax!
We got a room last minute for Canada Day the girl at the front dest was very nice and greeted us well. Our room was clean we were very Satisfied. The lady at the desk at night was a doll had a great conversation with her! Breakfast was great!
Nice big front porch with Adirondack chairs to sit & enjoy the view. Our room was on the third floor with a view of the harbor. If the steps into the lobby seem daunting, look for the side door without the steps. Inside there is an odd arrangement of tiered steps to rooms but also an elevator to others. Our room was very clean, fresh & comfortable. Queen beds, fridge/micro, full bath, electronic outlets, free breakfast, free WiFi, free parking, nice indoor pool, laundry room. Small breakfast room but bright & airy with view of the harbor. Better than average breakfast offerings: scrambled eggs, hash brown patties, Canadian bacon, bangers, waffles, English muffins, the usual pastries & cereals, yogurt tasteless. We enjoyed our two night stay.
This hotel is right on Bedford Highway. This is a two lane highway if I remember and was not so noisy as to keep us awake, but we were about halfway back from the highway. I had requested a quiet room, which it was, but they gave us 60 somethings a room on the second floor, which involved two flights of stairs to haul the luggage up, as well as another small set of steps. Would have thought they should have given us the main floor - especially when booked so far ahead. The walls here are quite thin. There were people talking a little above normal level in the next room and we could hear them quite well. Fortunately, they shut down early enough for us to sleep. The room was clean except for enough dust to write your name on the top of the table that holds the tv, the tv stand and the open area under. The next day it was gone without anything having to be said. The staff were helpful and friendly. Breakfast had the normal breakfast choices, which were fine with us. Loved the front porch with chairs. Laundry is on the second floor but only one washer and dryer so one night I was lucky but not the other. It isn't the easiest to turn left out of this location when the highway is busy. There are no restaurants within walking distance and I don't think a sidewalk on this highway. Rather than navigate downtown Halifax again where everything appeared to be under construction, we chose the Bedford area - a little drive from this hotel where there were many choices as well as restaurants. It was a pleasant enough stay, just some minor issues.
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85% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 252 reviews