See why so many travellers make Comfort Suites their hotel of choice when visiting Fishkill. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Comfort Suites is a hotel offering air conditioning and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Fishkill. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Fishkill be sure to experience local ribs favourites at Red Line Diner, Charlie Brown's Steakhouse, or Eleven 11.
If you’re looking for something to do, First Reformed Church of Fishkill (0.5 km), Van Wyck Homestead Museum (1.5 km), and Sarah Taylor Park (0.4 km) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Comfort Suites.
At Comfort Suites, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Fishkill.
Horrible three night stay at this hotel during Memorial Day weekend of 2021. The hotel reserved an event for the Banquet space on Sunday, May 30th from 10am to 8pm ET. The noise from that event could be heard throughout the entire hotel, including in my room (231), which was right on top of the event. I am not sure why the hotel would have given me that room when I checked in on Friday knowing there was a large event coming on Saturday. The entire room was vibrating and shaking. The parking was packed with no open spots. I went to the front desk and the receptionist told me she could move me to Room 329. The music could still be heard two floors above. This is completely unacceptable and unfair to guests who booked rooms. When I spoke to the receptionist at the front desk in the afternoon, the situation had gotten so bad the individuals in the venue refused to turn the music down and a manager was driving over to handle the situation. What is this franchise's policies on masks? On the Comfort Inn website, it says "Following the CDC’s latest updates to public health guidance for fully vaccinated individuals, Choice Hotels is no longer requiring the use of face coverings in hotel common areas. However, face-covering requirements may vary by location as hotels continue to comply with state and local requirements, health ordinances and other regulations." This hotel had signs up that saying face coverings were required in public areas, which I complied with, but the front desk staff never had masks on and most guests did not either. Why are your signs still up if masks are not required in public areas? Why is the hotel still doing bagged breakfasts when capacity limits have been mostly lifted in Dutchess County and New York State? The hotel obviously is comfortable renting out the banquet space for a large unmasked event but is not comfortable starting to serve regular breakfast?…
Wonderful stay. Very clean room. Updated, spacious and comfortable. Fairly quiet unless someone was right outside your door. Would recommend. Staff polite and helpful. Bathroom is beautiful. Pool and fitness center closed due to Covid but I was able to take a peak- looks great.
The hotel definitely seemed new, and it was very clean. It wasn’t an amazing like blew our minds type of stay, but exactly what we needed. Unfortunately, due to covid, the pool was closed and they did not have breakfast except they offered a paper bag for each guest with a granola bar and pastry in it. Overall, we were pleased with our stay.
The hotel is new and the room we stayed in was comfortable. There was no breakfast. The problem with this hotel is the way they handle the customer's credit card. We had to pay in full for our original reservation, but we canceled that reservation and made a new one. Still waiting for them to credit our credit card after three weeks. Also, they charge your credit card and an additional $100 above your room rate and keep that until who knows when. For this reason, I will never stay there again. That is unfortunate because otherwise this is a fine hotel.
My boyfriend and I were in the area for our Anniversary weekend. Unfortunately, our room was on a floor surrounded by a traveling sports team who were very loud and running back and forth in the hallways. We made multiple noise complaints to the woman at the front desk. She was very polite to us and called the room and went up to ask them to be quiet - they just seemed to get louder. After 11pm, we asked if we could switch to a different room, but none were available. We even said we would pay more for an upgraded room. It got so bad, the boys in the room next door started to slide tea bags from their room under our adjoining door. We decided to leave the hotel around midnight and drive several hours home. The woman at the front desk was alone and unable to issue us a refund because her manager wasn't there. I left the hotel in the middle of the night without a receipt or proof of refund, just a verbal promise that it would be issued ASAP. The next morning, no one from the hotel had contacted me yet, so I reached out myself. A few hours later I heard back from the manager and confirmed my refund would be issued. They also offered a free nights stay at this exact same hotel. I asked her why would I return after such a poor experience there? I was told because the hotels are independently owned, they were unable to comp a night at any other comfort suites - even though they're owned by one of the largest hotel companies. Our anniversary weekend was ruined. I feel as though the hotel could have done more for us under the circumstances, especially because we weren't the ones at fault - find a room at another hotel nearby, issue the refund before we left, give us a free night somewhere else, reach out to me first thing the next morning etc. My two stars are for the cleanliness of the hotel and for the front desk clerk being friendly. That was about it. I wish we had the chance to enjoy our stay here. Unfortunately, I wouldn't recommend.…