The Comfort Inn Conference Center Midtown hotel in Richmond, VA is ideally located just minutes from downtown Richmond. The Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center is only one mile away. Hotel amenities include free hot breakfast, free wired and wireless high-speed Internet access and an outdoor seasonal pool. Pet accommodations: 25.00 USD per stay. Age Restriction for Check In is 21. Check In Requirements: A valid State Issued ID and a Bank Issued Credit Card
Inside of the room was fine. The staff was very pleasant.
The air conditioner was putting out hot air instead of cold in room 512.
The hotel was very nice and clean. For the money I was expecting some shady motel, but I was pleasantly surprised with how nice and professional it was.
The employees were extremely nice at this Comfort Inn. I would give the employees a rating of five out of five. The building is another story, and that's why I give this place an overall rating of three out of five. The building seems very old and is somewhat threadbare. When I walked in, I noticed an unpleasant odor. Perhaps it was old cigarette smoke that couldn't be cleaned out of this old building. The elevator interior is old and beat up. Walking to my room, I noticed that a couple of the room doors had lost the number plates, so the numbers were written on the doors in pencil. I was pleasantly surprised when I got to my room, and it didn't have any nasty smells. It was clean and well cared for. I did notice a stub of pipe sticking from the wall - - - - part of the worn out building thing. This property has a swimming pool, but the pool had no water in it, despite the fact that the weather was reasonably warm. I tried to use the fitness center (workout room), but this was a disappointment. The water cooler was empty of water, so I used water from the sink. The workout room was not very well appointed. I wanted to use the stationary bike, but the vinyl (fake leather) outer cover on the seat was gone. The cushioned fabric that remained was wet (perhaps from the sweat of the prior user), so I figured that I would cover it up with a clean towel. However, there were no towels in the fitness center. Later, I took a walk through the pretty neighborhoods to the South and East. On my return, I noticed that the exterior was nicely painted, and the landscaping was well tended with no trash lying around. However, the driveway was heavily patched asphault, and looked pretty bad. My assumption is that this property is run by a competent company that hires good employees and trains them properly. However, the real estate must be owned by another entity that simply does not want to invest in the real estate that it owns. They need a building (and workout room equipment) that matches the competence and good character of the employees.
The building. One of the employees told me that the building is more than 100 years old. The elevators are small, slow, and in poor condition. I'm told that sometimes one of the two elevators breaks down, then it's problematic to be a guest on one of the upper floors. There are no staff-only elevators, so the elevators must be shared with housekeeping.
The OJ run out, and nobody replace it, so we had to just go, otherwise it was pretty good.
Lobby is nice, rooms are nice bathrooms are a little dated but I didnt stay long enough to matter
I had some noisy people on the floor above, and the parking deck had a hole in the ceiling where I parked so my car was covered in snow I did not expect to have to clear off the next morning
The whole place needs a major remodeling. The room was tired and worn out.
The room was very comfortable. It was well situated with restaurants nearby. Walgreen's and 7-eleven also very close by for convenience goods.
3 miles from downtown which I walled but the weather was good and a taxi wouldn't cost a lot really
It was cheap and checkin was easy.
Everything is small and tight.