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Not a lot to recommend this place, beyond the fact that it's somewhat less expensive than other (overpriced!) hotels in the area. Our room was noisy (no weather-stripping on the door meant we could see light streaming through the crack), we didn't have thin inside...More
In this high tech area with very expensive hotels, I was glad that I found a real bargain in the Comfort Inn. Room was cheaper and better than my meals in the area. Good breakfast with eggs and sausage every morning. Try it, I don't...More
Thank David L
Response from DeniseWallace610, General Manager at Comfort Inn Palo AltoResponded 30 January 2017
My staff and I appreciate your feedback regarding your recent stay at Comfort Inn Palo Alto. We hope you return soon for another great stay.
The room was clean with good accommodations.
The motel is quiet ant the price reasonable/
The wifi is good and the breakfast is more than correct.
It's close to the Standford campus if you want to visit it.
Had an great experience staying here, after moving around in different motel/hotels in bay area we stumbled across this one, and the staff was so nice! When we had an issue it was fixed straight away. Such as the unexpected breakfast that was served every...More
We only spent one night at this older motel, which had been extensively rehabbed. Although burdened by the old catwalk design and no pool, we were pleasantly surprised by the cleanliness and size of our room. We were "upgraded" to a handicapped room, which was...More
Response from Christine K | Reviewed this property |
When I stayed there, it was still prior to their planned renovations. Picture a single room with two queen beds and the decor of an average hotel in the 90's. The furniture is quite worn, and does not fit the room well. I... More
When I stayed there, it was still prior to their planned renovations. Picture a single room with two queen beds and the decor of an average hotel in the 90's. The furniture is quite worn, and does not fit the room well. I remember a freestanding armoire in the corner. Adorning the formica bathroom vanity is a microwave, and a few cups wrapped in plastic. The room had a smell which was not offensive but it definitely had the aroma of spices from an Indian restaurant. I believe the room was wallpapered also in the 90's style...
I slept well there though!