Comfort Inn Killington
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This hotel should be closed when the snow melts Jun 01, 2010
Location: Turn off U.S. 4 onto Killington Road at sign that says "WELCOME TO KILLINGTON REGION". Follow the Killington Road 1 mile to the crest of a hill. On left side will be our driveway, marked with a COMFORT INN sign. It is directly behind Johnny Boys Pancake House, which was closed for the season. This facility is made up of several small buildings, most of which are two story, except for the main check-in office. So if you are thinking “out of the way”, you are very correct. If my GPS had not known it was there I wouldn’t have found it.
Amenities: A seasonal outdoor pool that was still closed on June 1st even though it supposedly opened on Memorial Day through the summer, and the USA Today newspaper. The only ice machine, which was located in the office, was broken. On the good side, the repairman was there in the morning to repair it.
Value: This was in the high range for our trip $90 - $100
Staff: The only person there was not helpful or knowledgeable of the area and made sure we knew that at 10pm the office would be closed and no one would be available if help was needed
Cleanliness: The main small office building was semi clean. Our room was not very clean and smelled quite musty. We had to open the door and windows to help air it out.
Our Room: Had two queen sized beds, a table and two chairs, TV with cable and HBO, a microwave, a refrigerator, and a coffee/tea maker. No internet access.
Bed: The beds were comfortable.
Bath: the bathroom was on the small side but did have handicapped rails. There was a hair dryer, soap, shampoo, conditioner, and sufficient clean towels.
Breakfast: was made up of waffle, sweet roll, orange juice and coffee. I believe we were the only guests.
We have never felt more alone and on our own than we did at this hotel.
And I honestly believe that if it did not have the country wide name of Comfort Inn, it would have been closed because this entire area is there for skiers and once the snow is gone nearly everything is closed down for the year until the next winter.
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Maybe in winter, but not the rest of the year!! Jun 01, 2010
This hotel is located in the winter season region up Killington Road near the crest of the road. You’ll see the sign saying Comfort Inn well before you see the hotel, which is located behind a Pancake House, which happened to be closed for the season. Also, there were no businesses open for business within a few miles, so finding a single open restaurant was difficult. This hotel, if you want to call it that, is made up of several small two story buildings, except for the main check in office. It really is well off the beaten path, especially if you going there in the non-snow months. They did have an outdoor swimming pool that was still closed when we were there even though the signs said it opened on Memorial day. The only other listed amenity was that they offer a USA Today newspaper in the lobby. And the only ice machine on the premises was broken. There was a repairman there working on it in the morning while we were checking out. So even with such few amenities and the fact that is was empty the price was in the high range for our trip at $90 - $100. The staff, and I say that loosely, when actually he was the only person there gave us the news after we checked in that after 10 pm there would be no one in the office and no one would be available if help was needed. So no security at all! The office was fairly clean but our room was not very clean and smelled quite musty. We opened the door and windows to get some fresh air in. There were two queen sized beds, a table and two chairs, TV with cable and HBO, a microwave, small refrigerator and a coffee and tea maker with all the packets. There was no internet access at all. The beds were fairly comfortable but did have that mustiness smell. The bathroom was not very large, but was equipped with several handrails, although no hand held shower head. There were soaps, conditioners, and plenty of towels which again smelled a tad musty. Breakfast was in the lobby and was waffles, sweet rolls, orange juice and coffee. We really were the only guests and we felt pretty uncomfortable staying the night knowing that we were alone. This may be an okay place during the snowy winter months, but I really do not recommend it for staying during spring, summer and fall.
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Comfort Inn Killington Overview
The Killington Center Inn and Suites is unique among hotels and motels in the Killington area, in both our architectural and ownership styles. The room in which you are spending your vacation is privately owned, under the Condominium/Hotel form of ownership, and is part of a suite. Our Suites, which have decks or patios, offer an efficiency kitchen and a whirlpool jet tub for soothing sore muscles after a day of skiing the Mountain or hiking in the woods. Our connecting rooms, containing two double beds, give the flexibility and additional space often preferred by families or couples traveling together. The in-room telephones, color TVs with cable/HBO and air-conditioning add to the comfort of your stay. Our seasonal heated swimming pool has become a pleasant gathering place for our guests. We keep a fire going in our lobby fireplace all winter. Our guests enjoy conversation by the hearth while enjoying our deluxe continental breakfast and fresh brewed coffee or hot chocolate. Check-in is at 6 pm. Please check in at Killington Center Inn and Suites front lobby. We take full payment upon arrival and for that reason all discounts are processed at time of arrival. Proper ID needed to verify discount. We accept all major credit cards. Check-out is at 11 am. If checking in after hours, please follow the late check-in procedures posted in the front lobby. In the heart of the Killington Mountains, visitors will find a mountain paradise, offering easy access to Killington ski resort, snow shoeing, snow mobile tours, and cross country skiing. We are just minutes away from local night life and restaurants.
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