My family frequents Comfort Inns/Suite properties but found this from the moment of entering the lobby the most attractive and distinctive in that chain in which we've ever stayed. The staff--very professional, friendly, and helpful--explained when I commented on the beautiful lobby's being unlike any "standard" Comfort Inn that the hotel was only 3 years old and that the franchise owner had personally selected the furnishings. Not only the lobby but also the rooms had a iightly Chinese-Japanese style (we've traveled widely in both countries), with red and brown and black furniture and accents and understated/indirect lighting in the public areas. The beds and room furnishings (with microwave and large under-a-high-counter fridge, as others have noted, and a couch and coffee table besides the two beds and desk in our room) did indeed seem "a cut above"--and we were also glad for the availability of the guest laundry (though one load did cost $2.00). We also appreciated the breakfast, whiich, though fairly standard for Comfort Inns, was especially nicely presented in the off-lobby stylish breakfast room/lounge area. And the water pressure in the shower was exceptionally good--our teen made of point of exclaiming what a wonderful shower it was.
Our only criticism would be that the outdoor pool closed "at dusk"--which was doubtless considerate for rooms on that side (away from I-95) but left us no time after going all the way into Vero Beach for dinner to use the facility. Also we had to call the desk to be able to get something set differently to make 800- calls from our room and the business center, tho handy and with free printing, was kept dark except by explicit request for the lights to be turned on...could not be done from the area itself. I do hope the facility continues to prosper, as it seems to be doing, but little matters like that (and the printer ink's being at best a faint gray) suggest a kind of "cutting corners" that one wouldn't expect based on initial very positive impressions.