See why so many travelers make Brentwood Inn and Suites their hotel of choice when visiting Rochester. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Chateau Theater (0.3 mi) and Quarry Hill Nature Center (1.8 mi), guests of Brentwood Inn and Suites can easily experience some of Rochester's most well known attractions.
Brentwood Inn and Suites is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk and newspaper. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Rochester. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a diner, consider a visit to Grandma's Kitchen, Cheap Charlie's, or Denny's, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Brentwood Inn and Suites.
If you are interested in exploring Rochester, check out some of the nearby attractions, such as Plummer House (1.2 mi), The Plummer Building - Mayo Clinic Historical Suite (0.2 mi), and Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial (0.8 mi), all of which are within walking distance of Brentwood Inn and Suites.
At Brentwood Inn and Suites, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Rochester.
I'm not a complainer - I travel all the time so I'm pretty easygoing. We're in Rochester frequently and always stay at another hotel a little further from the Mayo, but thought it would be nice to just walk over, so we chose the Brentwood. Here are my observations: the queen room looked nothing like the photo. It was so small you barely move around. The "flat screen tv" is the size of my desktop computer monitor at home, and perpendicular to the bed, so you can't sit in bed and watch it. The sheets were cheap, scratchy muslin (I'm not a linen snob) and the bedspread was worn, pilled, incredibly cheap. No closet - I'm serious - just a rack hung from the wall. The dropped ceiling extended to above the shower, so naturally it was discolored and bowed. The room had no thermostat. There was no night table on my side of the bed, so I had to just put my things (like my c-pap machine) on the floor. The refrigerator wasn't turned on, so we had to wait a couple of hours until it was cold enough to put medications in. Finally, there are a couple of "roadside memorials" out front - the crosses and flowers put there in honor of someone who died at that spot. I'm sure these are very meaningful to someone, which I respect, but at a hotel where nearly all of the customers are people seeking medical treatment, I'm not sure that sends the right message. Any one or two of these things wouldn't have been enough to write a review, but this was really over the line. For a few dollars more, I could have stayed at any one of several hotels in an equally convenient location, and I certainly would next time.…
My wife needed to visit Mayo Clinic for tests and a consultation. She contacted the Mayo concierge, and they suggested the Brentwood Inn and Suites. The location looked fairly close, so we booked it. What we did not know, and the reason we highly recommend it, is because you can go from the Brentwood to the Mayo Clinic without ever going outside. We were in Rochester on a rainy day, and we could go the 4 or 5 blocks from the Brentwood to different parts of the Clinic 100% of the way in the Mayo subway system. The room was clean, the staff helpful, the parking was free, and the price was reasonable.
We stayed at the Brentwood for 3 nights in January. The Brentwood Inn is a basic, limited frills motel. We've stayed there before, and were confident that we would have a clean, comfortable room, with easy access via the subway to the Mayo Clinic. That's exactly what we got. The rooms are a bit small, and can feel cramped if you do a lot of moving around. But based on our recent disappointing experience with the Kahler Inn and Suites, I think we got a better value for our money staying at the Brentwood. The breakfast room in the lobby makes for a good escape from the room, and a couple of nights we had dinner delivered and ate downstairs. The staff, as always, was helpful and accommodating. We'd stay there again if we end up in Rochester again.
Convenice is why we stayed here. Subway is connected to mayo clinic. Rooms average and clean. Don't expect the nicesty like laundry bags for dirty clothes, Kleenex boxes. Had to sleep with window open ( below zero) because room was so warm. On 3rd floor. They did have a couple of steps you had to take to get to the elevator that took you to the subway. Would not call that handicap friendly. Breakfast average to below average. Won't stay here again. Beds too soft and even though they looked clean, mattress pad ??
First thing that makes me comfortable at a hotel is — is it clean? It was very clean and felt like I was in somebody’s guest room in their home. It was so quiet and comfy! Would definitely stay again if I came back to Mayo!