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Clean and comfortable room. Unusually quiet. Convenient location to activities and eateries. Breakfast had a very nice variety. Easy access to Hwy 25. Friendly and helpful staff. Good value for this area.
Versus newer Comfort Inns, the sink not in a separate room; although, the stool was. Very good staff. Has newer upgraded Comfort Inn mattress. Overall very clean; however, some stains on hall carpet. Standard Comfort Inn breakfast.
Our decision to stay here was based on price and convenience, being just off the Hwy 25, was easy to locate. Check-in was conducted by the friendly desk clerk, who was most helpful with directions for the CSU Pueblo graduation ceremonies.
It was mentioned online...More
We have chosen to stay this particular Comfort Inn because of the location, hot breakfast, swimming pool, comfort and the great value the hotel offers in February. The staff are friendly. The room are clean!! The hot breakfast is yummy!!
Check in was quick and front desk was friendly. Room was nicer than expected. Clean and comfortable. Breakfast was average but tasty overall and someone was constantly there cleaning and making sure there was plenty of food.
We are not smokers, and so far as I know from what they said is that no smoking of any kind was allowed in the hotel, Cigarettes nor weed. As for pets I didn't ask so perhaps they were allowed probably at an extra charge... More
We are not smokers, and so far as I know from what they said is that no smoking of any kind was allowed in the hotel, Cigarettes nor weed. As for pets I didn't ask so perhaps they were allowed probably at an extra charge. By the way I doubt they could get away legally with drug testing any customers.
That's not a test. That's a judgement. (Sigh)...and only if it were true. We found ourselves in Pueblo again at that same stale smelling Comfort Inn with the day staff. If not for bad weather we'd been home in just a few... More
That's not a test. That's a judgement. (Sigh)...and only if it were true. We found ourselves in Pueblo again at that same stale smelling Comfort Inn with the day staff. If not for bad weather we'd been home in just a few short hours. In my honest opinion and not trying to hurt feelings here but don't of your day staff look like they're straight from The Night of the Walking Dead. There is the super duper anorexia girl who looks like a mild wind would send her fat, far away. Oh and I can't forget the older woman with the badly dyed blonde hair. Gotta be in her 50's at least. She smells really bad. Almost like she stayed up for a week straight inside of a dumpster and tries to hide it with really cheap perfume. Her face looks like she's been picking and popping her pimples since grade school and she has that look. The one they show you on those websites titled "kids, this why you shouldn't go drugs"
I know I must come off dreadfully awful but I've run these types of places before and we always put the "scary people" on the night shift. I'm Not cruel, just very perceptive and honest. Thank you