Comfort Inn & Suites Rancho Cordova-Sacramento3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I stayed here for two nights on two occasions in April and May while in town for personal (not vacation) reasons, and this was a perfectly good choice. It isn’t luxurious or brand-new, but it’s clean, well-maintained, with efficient and courteous staff, and has no “sketchy” or “dodgy” feeling. It isn’t far from Hwy 50 and the light rail tracks, but I did not find the traffic noise disturbing. The beds were comfortable, the rooms had sitting areas for relaxing, wi-fi worked fine, and the breakfast offerings were a notch above “continental breakfast” (eggs, bacon, sausages, DIY waffles, several choices of pastry and juice). There are lawns, decorative touches, a large lobby with a big TV that guests are welcome to use, even a meeting room that can be rented for private events. The pool and BBQ and picnic areas were neat and attractive, but I never saw anyone use them during my stays because the weather was either very warm or pouring rain during the storms that dropped in early in May. There is a guest laundry but the detergent vending machine was out of order, as was one of the snack vending machines. For those urgently needing those, a gas station mini-mart is a short walk away, but it would be nice to have them working in the motel (by now, maybe they are). Several restaurants and shops are at the same intersection (on Folsom Blvd. just off the Hwy 50 Hazel Avenue exit) and all along Folsom Blvd. from Hazel to Zinfandel. On these two trips, I had lunches or dinners at Samurai Sushi, Brookfields, and Tugboat Fish & Chips. Although this was not a leisure trip, I took a break and spent a couple hours at the Nimbus Fish Hatchery just across Hwy 50, where salmon and steelhead trout are raised – good exhibits and video, and visitors can see the ponds and raceways with thousands of fingerlings that will eventually be released into streams. A nature path along the American River is nearby. I’ve occasionally gone to this area for years, and in the past I stayed at the Motel 6 off the Zinfandel exit. I think that will be history now. There is a time in everyone’s life when Motel 6 is fine, and still would be for a quick overnight stop on a long trip on I-5 or from state to state. But just like we outgrow thumb-sucking, dorm life, and pizza delivery or Chinese takeout 4 nights a week, we outgrow Motel 6. Reading some recent reviews mentioning a security guard at that location, something I’d never seen, didn’t make the choice any tougher. Before these recent trips, I considered the Best Western off Zinfandel, just across the road from Motel 6, but the Comfort Inn location is better for my purposes.
I know, the title is confusing. This is a nice place, we would say the room renovations were a little more than nice, but it’s still an old hotel. The outside reflects its age, the inside not so much. But... this is near Folsom, and a clean, well managed hotel at a reasonable price is therefore an outstanding value. Hence the three rating. If you came for a romantic vacation, and wanted some place to be spoiled... wrong hotel.
My teammate stepped on a snake and we had to be moved because they couldn't find the snake we already found multiple cockroaches in our room!! We had to be moved three times because our first room was too sketchy as it was right outside facing the street and a creepy white van. Could hear people hanging on doors. service and staff were very friendly however, I don't recommend staying in this motel/hotel ever again!!!!
Stayed two nights while attending a gathering nearby. The bed felt hard, but slept well. The street noise and a refrigerated truck running all night in the parking lot outside could be heard through the door which opens directly outside. The design of the place looks very much like a Days Inn. The wi-fi was never working when I tried; they were supposedly working on it. Most of the TV channels didn't come in either (weak signal on cable?). Breakfast was a zoo as there were 100+ college kids there for a weekend meet. No jacuzzi either.
This location has an old school feel to its exterior, but has nicely updated room interiors. It was peaceful with a free hot breakfast available with DIY waffles, scrambled & hard boiled eggs, bacon, sausage links & typical continental breakfast items. If you’re there during the week, try to make it the nearby winery’s jazz music night on Tuesdays.
Customer Service: Great people working there. Very professional and helpful. Rooms: Nicely remodeled and spacious Breakfast: never made it down late enough (left early both mornings) Lobby: nice layout Probably will stay in a building next time in the area, the open motel feel is bit off at this exit, with the lobby being gated for homeless people or something.
This place is a little older granted but the prices reflect that. What it is is clean and the morning breakfast was a little better than many that I have found in these older less expensive places. The grounds are well kept up. The staff friendly.
This was our first visit since Mom moved into an assisted living facility. So, we needed to find a hotel as Moms house was no more. The Comfort Inn in Rancho Cordova was a good stop for us. The staff were quite helpful and friendly. Our room was pretty standard d fare but clean. Our door was kind of stiff so it took an extra tug but we enjoyed it just fine. It was convenient to Momsvplace in Fair Oaks. Adjacent to a sushi bar restaurant and plenty other places to eat. There was a free breakfast offered in a dining room off the lobby. Make your own waffles, scrambled eggs ham and bacon ready to eat. Lots of other options like fruit, cereal and coffee regular and decaffinated. Mother was worried that she heard there were some undesirable characters but we didn’t experience anything like that. When we visit her again, I’m sure we will stay there again.
I in error booked this hotel through Hotel.com. It is located on Folsom, the Comfort Inn I intended to book was off Folsom. I was told by a Rep I would not be penalized based on actually trying to book in Sac, not Rancho Cordova. A week later they pull the money out of my account and refuse to reimburse, even after it was explained to them the error. Reading the reviews of the condition of the hotel and the rudeness of the staff, I understand why they refused. Do yourself a favor and go to the Sacramento-University location.
My partner and I spent two nights at this remodeled but still very basic motel off the exit ramp on Highway 50 in Rancho Cordova. The room was OK. The breakfast was a paper plate and cellophane affair and had about as much flavor and finesse as an airline meal in super economy. So the hotel delivers advertised comfort at a fair price—nothing more, nothing less. If I could stop here, the hotel would get a unmemorable thumbs up from me. Now the rest of the story...Several weeks later as I am reviewing the bills to be paid for the month, I see a $200 charge.. it was not the deposit which was noted with a debit and credit. I write the hotel and the manager politely informs me that a $200 punitive fee was added to my bill because we violated the hotels “no pet” policy. My partner suffers a seizure disorder and requires the assistance of service animal to warn her and me of seizures in advance of their onset. This allows the seizures to be shorter in duration and for her to be positioned for safety when they begin. This warning provided by the dog is a blessing and probably is even a good thing for hotels and businesses who are relieved of the burden of reacting to a medical situation about which they may know little. . During our stay at comfort Onn, my partner has two seizures that we handled without notice or assistance. I again explained that under California law, service animals are not “pets” and hotels are prohibited from banning such animals and may not charge additional fees or assess penalties. The manager refused to reverse the charge or even answer our complaint. Realizing that people sometimes try to pass off the family pet as a service animal, I provided the manger with the fog’s registration data and a letter from her physician further certifying the dog as a legitimate service animal. The response from the hotel was essentially we can charge you so we will. How did these folks choose the hospitality business? They robbed us of $200 in violation of the law and common decency. Shame on Comfort Inn and Suites!
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Concierge services
Comfort Inn & Suites Rancho Cordova-Sacramento places you within a mile (2 km) of Nimbus Dam and Sacramento State Aquatic Center. This 118-room, 3-star motel welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 55-inch an LED TV with digital channels. The bathroom offers hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a patio, a refrigerator, and a microwave.
Guests of Comfort Inn & Suites Rancho Cordova-Sacramento enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and coffee in a common area. You can take advantage of free parking, along with limo/town car service. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with luggage storage, concierge services, and dry cleaning/laundry. Additional amenities include a computer station, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
72.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 139 reviews