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Honestly, I feel a little ripped off here. Maybe that's not fair, but this place charged more than they should have for the quality of room. I was put in a motel room, but it appears there are also hotel rooms available. The staff was...More
We stayed here 2 nights when visiting Sequoia National Park. We had a clean, comfortable room. No glitz or glam - this is a Comfort Inn! Reviews for “tired” & “outdated”, did not apply to the room we were in. King size bed, comfortable pillows,...More
The motel was so accommodating to all our needs. A bulb was blown and they came right away and changed it. The room was clean and they cleaned it everyday. All of the staff were friendly and very helpful. The breakfast had plenty of choices....More
This location was clean and the staff were polite and friendly as well as professional. There were restaurants within walking distance. We would stay here again. The entrance to the park was not very far. This was nice, especially after all the hiking and driving...More
Very outdated furnishings. Breakfast was a skimpy at best, cereal, juice, coffee, and tea. They called my room a “Deluxe” because I asked for a refrigerator and charged me more for it. It was the tiniest fridge. Comfort Suites can do much better than this....More
I suggest you call the Sequoia National Park at 559-565-4212 for weather questions, however, this time of the year we have been getting snow in the Sequoia National Park and the federal law requires chains to be in the... More
I suggest you call the Sequoia National Park at 559-565-4212 for weather questions, however, this time of the year we have been getting snow in the Sequoia National Park and the federal law requires chains to be in the vehicle at all time when visiting the Park.