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I stayed at the Comfort Inn west this past weekend with a small group. The hotel has a great location and is clean. The breakfast is good, staff is friendly, rooms are small.
I had a small group with 10 rooms that were prepaid. I...More
I came here a day and a half after I started my trip to NYC and I wish I'd just stayed here the whole time. It was a fantastic price, I had paid more for a closet sized room the night before. The staff was...More
I stayed with friends for 2 weekend nights in December. The hotel was close to everything, it was clean and the people working at reception were very helpful. They made some great recommendations for places to eat and directions on how to get there. Would...More
Close to theaters, Times Square and subway. Room has been updated, bathroom updated & clean. Towels good quality, Free breakfast, plentiful and convenient vs having to look for restaurant in the a.m. Window can be opened. Staff friendly. Recommend third floor or higher. Would stay...More
Great Comfort Inn, and everything you expect from a Comfort Inn. Clean, tidy, and price-worthy. Also, well situated to Times Square as well as the Theatre District. Enjoyed the breakfast too. Wish they had real oatmeal instead of the instant kind. That's the ONLY downside.
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