If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Rutland, look no further than Comfort Inn Trolley Square.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Rutland Comfort Inn offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk and express check-in and check-out. Plus, Comfort Inn Rutland offers a pool and breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Olympic Pizza, Ramunto's Sicilian Pizza, and The Palms Restaurant, all of which are a short distance from Rutland Comfort Inn.
Rutland is also home to Giorgetti Park, a popular park that is not too far from Comfort Inn Trolley Square.
The staff at Comfort Inn Trolley Square looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
I will be the the first to say I’m a hotel snob and very loyal to Hilton properties therefore I avoid all choice brands. This trip has made me reconsider this hotel is so well maintained and run with a wonderful friendly staffed they were on level then higher brands. I will be staying here when I return to Vermont and shout-out to the Gm you can tell she runs a tight ship
Decent hotel, no complaints. Painless check-in, convenient location, all amenities worked just fine. Was an issue with the TV in my original room. Staff put me in a new room, so all good. I’d go back.
Stayed here during June 2020 when passing through town on a hiking trip. We had wanted to stay a different hotel originally but they would not accommodate out of town guests. So, we ended up here. Agree with the other reviews that this is an older hotel and there is a strong weed smell throughout the hotel; I could look past it but it may bother others. Upon checking in our room key did not work - turns out the batteries in the door were dead. Once I went back downstairs to speak to the front desk they were quick to replace the batteries, which I appreciated. But after all of this and a long drive, we were tired and just looking forward to a solid night’s sleep before getting up early to hike. We went to bed at around 10:45pm. At 11:15 we were suddenly woken up by doors slamming and yelling in the hall. Our first thought was that there was a fight, or maybe a drunken party returning home. But - it continued, and got louder and rowdier. Finally we peeped out the door and saw a large gathering of guests hanging out in the hall, kids running up and down the hall, adults (play) wrestling and slamming in to our door, etc. We tried to be cool and just go back to sleep but at midnight we finally called down to the desk. They did come upstairs and asked the guests to go in to their rooms. They did... sort of... but proceeded to then go back and forth between rooms, knocking and slamming doors until close to 2am. I realize it may be bad luck that we happened to be there with these guests, but I wish the hotel could have done more to spread out the rooms (looked like half of the hotel was closed off), monitor common areas, do more to enforce quiet hours, or try to control how many people were staying in each room. Especially after we called down to complain. Unfortunately the loss of sleep did impact our trip and activities the next day. …
We stayed for one night in January and I can say that the staff was friendly, the room was clean and the price was great! It is an older hotel with few frills save for a pool and proximity to some good ski mountains. Our party had two rooms so we got to check out both ends of the hotel. Both rooms were clean and offered the usual amenities. The complimentary breakfast was decent but nothing to knock your socks off. Standards like eggs and cereal, yogurt and waffles are the offering. There is limited seating so we ended up sitting at tables in the hallway that had been set up for dining. Would recommend a stay here if you are visiting and are looking for an inexpensive night’s stay in Rutland. If you prefer a hotel that is a bit more upscale I would recommend staying elsewhere as this hotel was not designed to be high end.…
Stayed here to ski at Pico as I didnt want to spend a fortune on a hotel room. The hotel is ok - on the plus side it is convenient to the slopes and we walked for dinner at the Vermont Tap Room for amazing pizza, wings and Heady Topper beer. Cons- the hotel smells weird. Overall the rooms and communal areas look tired and worn. There is no real communal area to hang out in which kind of kills the vibe when you travel in a group. Breakfast is just ok - mostly sugary options. Sound proofing between rooms isnt that great. They could do more