We stayed one night at the Comfort Inn in Wilsonville. It’s a nice hotel when you first walk in and the guy was really nice who helped us. We asked about free wi-fi and he said he had cables that we could hook up to our laptop and have DSL. It wasn’t a problem hooking it up, but the little clips that would hold the cable into my computer was broken off and it kept falling out which meant I kept losing my connection. Besides, that’s why we have wi-fi laptops, so you don’t have to deal with cables any more, right? Why don't hotels have wi-fi! The rooms were very clean and my room was spacious. I had a king-size bed and there were 4 or 5 pillows on it. It worked well for me, but I was also exhausted and didn’t care at that point what I was sleeping on, so I can’t be a real good judge of the bed. I loved the fact that the sink was outside of the toilet and shower room. That way I could use the sink while someone else was in the bathroom. There were lotion, shampoo, and conditioner sample sizes by the sink. There was a lighted makeup mirror by the sink also which is always nice. There is a microwave and refrigerator in the room. The bathroom had an automatic night light in the bathroom and it sensed when you came in which I thought was nice. The shower bar was a curved one which I love, so the curtain isn’t clinging to your leg. There were good movie choices. I think you had 3 different HBO channels. The weird thing was that there was no ABC channel. It had NBC, CBS and FOX, but not ABC. Don’t know why. What I didn’t like at all however was that the walls and floors were really, really thin. You could hear everyone whether they were talking or walking. That is the one thing I hate the most at a hotel! The hotel was on a very busy street and I was on the back side of the motel. I could hear the traffic really well. There is no ice machine on the second floor. There was a place where it could be, but it wasn’t there and I didn’t want to go down to the 1st or up to the 3rd floor to find it. We had an ice bucket, so I’m sure there’s probably ice somewhere, but it would be nice to have one on each floor. The light above the sink automatically shuts off after a while which I’m sure is to conserve energy, but it was irritating because you had to turn it back on again if you were using it. The breakfast in the morning was great! You have waffles, two kinds of cereal, hard-boiled eggs, breads, croissants, orange/apple juice, peanut butter and jams and real butter. I loved the breakfast. This is a good place to go for one night and you have ear plugs. I wouldn’t stay more than that. I will probably try to find another place in the vicinity in the future, if I’m going to be in this area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Comfort Inn Watsonville is a moderately priced hotel conveniently located in Watsonville, California in the heart of the Central Coast just a few miles away from Monterey and Santa Cruz and fun area attractions. Offering spacious and modern accommodations, family friendly rooms and suites and discount vacation packages, the Comfort Inn is the convenient hotel choice for your next family vacation, romantic weekend getaway or business trip to Watsonville and the Monterey Bay area. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Watsonville Comfort Inn