Hotel Review: Comfort Inn & Suites Collingwood

I’ve gotten into the habit of reviewing the hotels that I stay at recently so here is the review for my stay at Comfort Inn & Suites Collingwood!  The address is 4 Balsam St, Collingwood.  

We had booked a two-night stay at this hotel chain in Collingwood.  We arrived quite late at night on the Friday after 11:30 p.m. since it took us two hours to get in from the city.  The gentleman at the reception desk was professional and friendly about the check-in process.  I believe that he had a trainee badge on his shirt.  Having printed out the hotel confirmation ahead of time, our check-in process was smooth and seamless.

Our room was on the ground level, room 132, so there was no need for us to take an elevator — I’m used to taking the elevator at most hotels I stay at, haha.  This branch of Comfort Inn & Suites was a smaller one and it had just two levels.

Our room was very standard with a king size bed, TV, desk, three-piece washroom, fridge, coffee maker, paper and plastic cups, three-piece sofa, hair dryer, and complimentary personal care items.  I was really impressed with how modern and spotless everything was, from the room to the bathroom.

It’s fairly uncommon of me not to take any photos at all but I really didn’t take any photos of this hotel.

The next morning, we took advantage of the complimentary full breakfast that was offered along with our stay.  There was a full kitchen area with a waffle maker, fridge, fruit area, coffee and hot water, cereal, baked goods like muffins and toast, and the best part of all were the scrambled eggs, sausage patties, and bacon!  I was so happy with the hot breakfast selection.  Like I had expected with most continental complimentary breakfasts, they only provide you with cold breakfasts.  To enjoy a full breakfast at this hotel was wonderful.  There were a lot of tables at the two dining areas too and free newspapers for your perusal.

The wifi access was free at the hotel.  It was high-speed and there were no issues with connectivity.  The parking was also free of charge.  There was a fitness centre and pool as well.   The hotel was extremely close to the Blue Mountain Village area; about a short 10-minute drive.  It was also right in the middle of many restaurants, shops, Wal-Mart, fast-food vendors, and many more.  Even I was impressed when we rolled into the area when I realized that we were located right on the main street where everything was located.  It was a really relaxing and enjoyable two-night stay!

Our check-out was at 11 a.m. on the Sunday and again it was a smooth and seamless process with the lady at the reception desk.  I’d definitely stay here again thanks to its clean, modern, and comfortable stay. 😀

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