This Comfort Inn is showing signs of neglected maintenance and shoddy management. Our room had only 1 chair, and it was broken. It leaned to the right. The 2nd person had to stand or sit on the bed.
The door to the bathroom stuck when you tried to close it, and it was hung crooked so that it swung 180 degrees open blocking access to the bed. The cleaning staff was too cheap to give us a new soap even on our 3rd day. The bath fan was super loud and came on with the lights. I hate that. The bath light switch was outside of the bathroom, and more than an arm reach from the door. When the other person is sleeping you have to turn on a light and very loud fan before you can close the door. Not good.
The refrigerator in our room had a broken and missing control knob and apparently was set to max cold, so it froze whatever you put in there, and without a knob there was no way to turn it down. At least it was quiet. The only ice machine was down to the first floor by the elevator.
I liked having a window that opened for fresh air at night. What I didn't like was that there was a mirror strategically placed to reflect a bright parking lot light right onto the bed pillow and into the eyes of a sleeping guest. I put a table lamp in front of the mirror and hung a shirt over the lamp to block the reflection. Then the lamp shade fell off because its screw knob was missing.
On the plus side, it was reasonably priced, walking distance from down town, the internet worked well, and the TV had the local sports channel with major league baseball. A very small fitness room had new looking equipment.
Some better management and maintenance is needed at this hotel.