Ratings based on 225 Verified Reviews
3.6 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Modesto,Ca.
The Right Place, At The Right Time.Posted Dec 12, 2017
I was my first time staying at a Comfort Inn. I must admit it was just perfect, the room has a warm inviting feel to them. Overall it just felt right.
by A verified traveler from Sierra Foothills
Kafka-esque surreal experiencePosted Dec 10, 2017
Pros: Very clean, great staff, and comfortable beds.
Cons: Fill holes in the wall before painting, sure the bathroom door could close, replace the tattered lampshades and the worn toilet seat.
Location: Freeway close. They have a nice view of you in the room. Ample abandoned shopping carts nearby. Artistic grafitti.
A weary traveller on the road must stop for the night. A woman alone. She books a room at the Comfort Inn, Modesto because Comfort Inns are usually, well, comfortable. Greated at the door by construction caution tape, she at first thinks she has gone into the wrong entrance. But looking past the pile of rubble, she spies a crisply dressed desk attendant, ready to help. She is greated with friendly, helpful service, and given a room on the third floor. "Just tell me if you need any help" says the clerk. Thinking about how close the 99 freeway is to the hotel, the weary traveler asks for a room away from facing the freeway, but is politely told no, since you booked through expedia, this is what you get. OK. Parking lot contains many broken down cars full of belongings. She thinks maybe they must be giving out vouchers for the homeless, or for fire evacuees.The elevator is marked with graffiti, but she thinks, OK they are remodeling, I'll get past this, and proceeds to the room. On entrance to the room, she is greated by a radically askew lampshade with holes in it. Looking past the lamp to the window, a freeway view with curtains which do not close!OK, it's the freeway, I guess I dont care if they look straight in. See pics for the full view of this amazing place! Breakfast was fast, as Zombie like people in pajamas were sharing the tiny area.Intresting mix of business people and transient residents.
by A verified traveler from Newport Beach, CA
hotel under constructionPosted Nov 21, 2017
Pros: It had a vacancy
Cons: Finish the renovation
Location: We were there only because it had a vacancy on a very busy holiday weekend
The extensive construction underway made our stay as brief as we could arrange. We also found the current room walls did little to reduce noise levels.
by A verified traveler from san jose
Broken sink, dirty carpet.Posted Oct 24, 2017
Several spots of dried dirt from the carpet. The receptionist guy had a polo shirt so crumpled that I feel like asking him if he want I could iron it for him.
by A verified traveler from Novato Ca
supper dirty &bedbugsPosted Oct 9, 2017
Rooms cut in half to make more rooms to rent, smell like rotten damp wood, supper dirty, not recommended at all, they remodeled the only front exterior of the hotel to trick the viewers.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Gilberts, IL
Very clean and nice hotel.Posted Sep 10, 2017
The room was very clean and the staff is helpful. Breakfast was very good and hot. Coffee was a little strong but everything else about the hotel was very nice.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from nIagara falls
perfect stopPosted Sep 3, 2017
Basic accommodations but clean, easy and nice staff. Overall great place to stay.
Good for the pricePosted Sep 1, 2017 on Hotels
I enjoy my stay
by A verified traveler
Posted Sep 1, 2017
Hotel looked alright from the outside, but once stepped inside, the mixed smell of air freshener and old rustic smell overpower you. Elevator was worse and rooms were tiny.
by A verified traveler
Posted Aug 28, 2017 on Hotels