When you approach the hotel from the south, you'll need to turn left onto Bromley Ln. and then left into the hotel. This will put you at the back door, which is labeled to indicate that you can use it to access the lobby and for check in. Unfortunately, when we did this, the front desk clerk was taking a break in the front of the hotel. She could not see us at the registration desk and did not hear us ringing the bell. We finally called the number on the business card at the desk and she immediately came in an apologized, but at the end of a 12 hour drive, I'm afraid I was still a little underwhelmed.
The room was OK and clean, but we could clearly hear a conversation being carried on in an adjacent room. The bed was comfortable and we found the area quiet at night. We didn't hear any train noise, but we were on the side of the hotel facing away from the track.
Breakfast was OK but the orange juice dispenser seemed to have only orange flavored water. Breakfast items were what you would expect at a Comfort Inn. Although the breakfast room opend at 5:30 AM, the staff still seemed to be setting it up at 6:30.
The location was good for us and allowed us to leave the Denver area in the morning without having to deal with rush hour traffic. If I went back to Brighton, I think I'd try another hotel, mostly because the staff didn't seem to care whether we were there or not.
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- Also Known As:
- Comfort Inn Brighton
- Brighton Comfort Inn