My two daughters and I were greeted by a girl who was not happy to see us, clearly. The hotel is only 3 stories, so it is MUCH faster to simply take the stairs. Our room was as basic as it gets. We booked a room with two queen beds. Giant spider on the ceiling, but that happens in any place. Their was nothing special about the room. They don't have central air, they have an air conditioning unit built into the wall, under the window, which overlooks the parking lot. The air conditioner kept us awake every time it turned on, and didn't reach the second bed very well. This is a terrible way to control the climate in a hotel room. None of us slept. The bathrooms were relatively clean, that is not to say anything in the hotel room was sanitary. They have a tiny pool area, and I mean tiny. They have towels on a shelf, but only set out a few towels at a time and they are tiny; you can't wrap your body to dry off or keep warm. My girls like to swim, so it gave them a chance to swim and go in the hot tub before bed. The breakfast, which is free, was very nice, I have to say. They have an amazing set-up for home made Belgium waffles, one batter for regular, one batter made with cinnamon and two waffle irons and they are deeelicious, no kidding. The free breakfast also had scrambled eggs and sausage, various cereal offerings, bagles, muffins, toaster, etc. Coffee, juice, tea were offered. There is no express check-out offering, so you have to check out at the tiny front desk area which can't be called a lobby, it is more like a tiny foyer (where you can gawk at the swimmers in the pool because it is RIGHT THERE, again, no kidding. Oh, and this is funny, the work-out facility consists of one stationery bike, one NordicTrack and one treadmill, and it is in a room the size of a closet with a mirror; they are jammed in there. Hilarious. A gentleman asked the manager for a $60 rate for the night, she offered him a room at $99, he said he could go to the Ramada for a lot less and told her, in the winter, when he comes frequently, when it is dead there, he said, he expects a better rate or he'll go "across the street" (Ramada) and the manager said, "And it will be YOUR LOSS, kind Sir!" He said, "No, it will be yours because you won't have any business, come winter." Bad attitude from the manager, I thought.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Comfort Inn hotel in Whitehall, Michigan is near Michigan's Adventure theme and water park. The Comfort Inn(R) hotel is less than five miles from Michigan's Adventure theme and water park, and is conveniently located near several area attractions. Local points of interest and businesses like Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, the Muskegon County Airport, Baker College of Muskegon and Alcoa Howmet are minutes from this Whitehall, MI hotel.Outdoor enthusiasts will delight in the array of recreational opportunities afforded in the surrounding area, thanks to nearby Lake Michigan that provides a picturesque backdrop for activities like boating, fishing and swimming. Many golf courses ranging from beginner courses to championship links can be found close to the hotel. There are many retailers and restaurants in the vicinity. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Comfort Inn Whitehall Hotel Whitehall
- Whitehall Best Western