Comfort Inn2.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The Comfort Inn, Yarmouth, NS is adequate and because there is no competitive chain hotel in the area they charge rates that are much higher than would be the norm. The rooms are dated, on the small side and marginally clean (hair in the tub, etc.). Breakfast was skimpy and did not offer enough variety. It has two floors, with no elevator - tiny entrance area. Access to the main roads is good. Sadly, there are no real alternatives when you have to be in Yarmouth.
We stayed in this hotel for 1 night. We arrived very late but were greeted by a friendly staff member. Nice clean room with a comfotable bed and we had access to the parking lot directly which was very nice.
Spent Saturday night here during Labor Day weekend. Was about half full. Plenty of parking. The room was clean, quiet, comfortable. Standard CI breakfast. The only downside is the limited space and tables for guests. Seemed pricey compared to other CI properties (we paid Canadian $166 plus various taxes and fees on a reservation made several months ago ), but all rooms are expensive in Nova Scotia!
We stayed at the hotel for two nights - after getting off the CAT ferry in the evening, and the night before taking the ferry back to Maine a week later. The hotel was ok - it was clean and the location to the ferry was very convenient. The breakfast was not very good, but there are a couple of supermarkets right next door where we were able to get supplies. They didn't have connecting rooms (we were travelling with children so we needed two rooms), but we were able to get rooms next to each other both times. As it seems many of the people in the hotel are taking the ferry, they should have more than one person at the check-in desk when the ferry arrives. Other than that, the hotel was fine for what we needed it for.
We reserved this hotel, as we knew we'll arrive late with the CAT ferry. We arrived after midnight, and were greeted by a nice front desk lady. Overall - I have no complains. There was nothing outstanding, the design is very boring, and the location isn't great, but all in all - it was clean and comfortable.
After spending a week in Nova Scotia, we booked a stay at the Comfort Inn due do its proximity to the CAT ferry terminal. We generally do not stay at either Choice Hotels or Comfort Inns because they fail to meet our standards. This property is typical of the brand, but way overpriced. The first impression is upon entry, when you struggle to fit large suitcases through the narrow doorway that does not open automatically. (I presume that handicapped people are out of luck, since I also did not see a handicapped entry button.) Next, we were booked into a room on the second floor and were given directions to the stairwell. What, no elevator? No elevator! You have to lug your suitcases up the stairs. (I guess that is why it is called luggage.) Our room was clean but had some sort of unidentifiable (and unpleasant) odor. The wi-fi and the TV were fine, but the bed was small and uncomfortable. The bedding consists of a sheet and a duvet cover. In tandem with the air conditioner, which turns on and off and is aimed at the bed, you spend the night going from hot to cold to hot to cold. It was a terrible night of sleep. Bright lights shine in from the outside, requiring that the room curtains be closed as tightly as possible. The breakfast is an insult to culinary and sanitary standards. The breakfast begins at 6:00 AM on weekdays; 7:00 AM on weekends. When I arrived around 6:15, there was one really gross, round friend egg in a food warmer, where it shared space with bacon. The "egg" was sitting in water, with a piece of bacon in the water with it. Can you spell cross-contamination? I reluctantly took one bit of the "egg" but had to spit it out. There was also one small (4 ounce?) yogurt container, and four green bananas among other choice semi-edibles. All in all, I would not recommend this hotel, even if the room was half the price, under any circumstances.
Hotel is a bit over priced for the average room. Has no elevator so confined to the main floor. Breakfast is buffet style and again average only. Staff are very pleasant and endeavour to make your stay as pleasant as they can. Bed comfortable and room clean. Overall a good stay.
Like its name denotes, the Comfort Inn is a comfortable place to stay. I found my room to be in good order and clean. A nice sidebar is the location of the hotel, which is close to shopping and major chain stores in the area. I don't know why, but I love the breakfasts they let you make for yourself. Nonetheless, the sausages were astoundingly pathetic but eatable. However, the waffles were amazing and the scrambled eggs were good too; and there was just about every reasonable modification of breakfast you might want to have (e.g. cereal, toast, english muffins, muffins, etc.). So you can tell, I really like that part of a stay with the Comfort Inn. I found the price to be a tad on the high side, but I was there at the height of summer season and, well, breakfast is included. What makes any place in Yarmouth a great stay is their staff. Undoubtedly, the Comfort Inn employees are from the area and they are hard-working, truly polite, and accommodating, which accounts for a great deal by me. You cannot beat them in this area and without it the Comfort Inn would have to accept a merely satisfactory rating from me. Mind you, I do like their breakfasts...
This hotel is in a low area. A parking lot shopping plaza . That was tolerable b/ c we only went to Yarmouth to take the CAT. The room was way overpriced. 200 CAD. I accepted this due to the high season of summer. The beds were small in size. We were told that breakfast was included . There was a sign in the lobby stating breakfast hours 6-9 am. Since we are on the CAT , we try to get coffee and breakfast at 6:15. The attendant is not polite more annoyed. States breakfast is not until 7. The hotel desk receptionist was very nice. Told us corporate policy that weekend breakfast hours are different. They claim they told corporate of this problem. The Comfort Inn is a low quality lodging.
Had to stay here as we were picking a car up the next morning. There were quite a few options of restaurants and takeaways but some closed early or were not open (it was a Sunday). The reception staff were very pleasant and helpful. There was a good free continental breakfast in the morning. The room was clean and very pleasant too.
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72% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 148 reviews