In northern Vemont in the heat of summer...kind of sleepy! Not a lot of places to stay. B&B's were intriguing, but reviews of places along our route were kind of mixed. We were on our way to Quebec and just needed a place to stop over, so we figured we'd just go with the typical American hotel chain - a certain degree of reliability, although never the Ritz Carlton.
Driving north on the interstate at 11PM it stood out like a beacon of light on the Las Vegas strip, a respite for the weary traveler. Great price, so we didn't expect much. Boy, were we surprised!
The staff was nice and very accommodating. Rooms were spacious and clean, beds were comfortable, bathrooms were clean and adequate. Breakfast was ordinary and of course, comes with the room and was ok. The manager in the breakfast area was talking with everyone and made you feel right at home...nice fellow. We enjoyed our 10 hour stay. Very welcome relief to find this place out in the middle of virtually nowhere. Kind of regreted having to leave! As reported elsewhere, this hotel is truly the best that Comfort Inn has to offer in its chain. We would gladly stay there again.
We also recommend visiting the art museum in the St. Johnsbury Anatheum, the local library in St. Johnsbury. Contains a breathtaking, wall-sized, original landscape of Albert Bierstadt.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking