Not the best Comfort Inn I've ever stayed at, and I've stayed a literally hundreds. First, no parking. There are woefully few spots on the property, which means most guests have to park on the street, often blocks away. And their renovation is really disruptive. Front door barely opens. Fitness center closed. Junk everywhere in the lobby. Door to my room would take 5 minutes to close if I didn't lean on it with all my weight. Bathroom has no light without a noisy fan going on. Maybe this will be all worth it when they are done, but not until then.