Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Galveston, Comfort Inn & Suites Beachfront is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Comfort Inn & Suites Beachfront makes it easy to enjoy the best of Galveston.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Comfort Inn Hotel offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, express check-in and check-out, and a convenience store. Guests of Comfort Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a pool and breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Old City Cemetery (1.6 mi) and Galveston Fishing Pier (1.8 mi) make Comfort Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Galveston.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including The Spot, Gaido's, and Shrimp & Stuff Restaurant, all of which are a short distance from Comfort Inn & Suites Beachfront.
Should time allow, The Seawall and Galveston's 61st Street Fishing Pier are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Comfort Inn & Suites Beachfront is sure to make your visit to Galveston one worth remembering.
The front desk staff was so nice and helpful in moving us to 3 different rooms. The first room we stayed in was so moldy, we were coughing and sneezing that 1st night...until 3am, we couldn't take it anymore. They moved us to another room at 3am. The 2nd room had little tiny baby roaches everywhere. One was crawling on my arm under the covers. On our 2nd night they moved us again because the roaches kept coming. We showed them pictures because they thought we were pulling their leg. Upon checking out, the front desk said they would credit us 50%, then a manager called in and said no discount. After arguing, the manager then agreed to credit us $55 off our $230 bill.. We just wanted to leave at this point. Days later, we checked our bank account and they did credit us the $55, but also charged us twice for $230. Still arguing with the manager. The front desk staff is nice and helpful. Manager doesn't care much about customer service. The breakfast was a brown bag that consisted of an apple and muffin. I would never stay there again!…
I have been overall pleased with the Choice brand of hotels. On one occasion I wasn't pleased with the service, but people have bad days, I get it. The room condition was still clean, and well kept. Unfortunately this stay was lacking, in fact I was, for the first time, disappointed. The outside of the hotel was appealing, but the inside, at least in our room, was lacking. I was actually excited to try this hotel, as its one of two Choice brand Hotels on the island I hadn't stayed at yet. The Comfort Inns have always been, from my experience, a "step up" in quality from the "Quality" In fairness, I did book the room within a couple hours of check-in, as we were planning on leaving the area that night, we decided to stay one more night. I booked a King room, as I usually do, but unfortunately when we arrived I was told that the King room wasn't available. Not because the hotel was booked up, but because they didn't have the staffing to clean and prepare the room. Fine, no big deal. We were given a room with 2 queen beds instead. As we entered the room, we set our bags off to the side. My wife entered the bathroom, and said "You should check out this mirror." As I entered with anticipation, I was presented with a mirror with a whole bunch of rust marks throughout. Then looking up to the fixtures, they too were rusty. Then as we went to plug in our electronics at the base of the lamp between the beds, only the right side plug was working. So I had to pull the table out to plug directly into the wall. Again, not that big of a deal, but the list was growing. Small thing also, the nut that holds the lamp shade on by the door was missing. Again, not trying to nit-pick, but it speaks to the overall maintenance of the building. Then there was the LED lighting on the balcony, Oh my! It was too bright to enjoy being outside. I tried to cover it up, but to no avail. The next morning we looked forward to our coffee to kick start our day. Called the from desk, no coffee was being served downstairs. Ugg! So I went to make some in the room with the provided coffee maker. No coffee cups anywhere in our room. Call the front desk again to request coffee cups brought up to our room. I am compassionate and understanding regarding ones trying to run a hotel on an island that depends on tourists that come and go. Peak seasons, low seasons. Hurricanes, and salty air can reek havoc on anything metal along the continued efforts to fight off the effects that COVID-19 has had on the local economy. But despite the challenges, the other hotels that I've experienced are pushing through. Next time, I'll make a better "Choice".…
We are rewards members. We stay at Choice hotels all over the country and have stayed at many during the coronavirus pandemic. It seems some sites take this as an opportunity to slack off rather than to do better. I realize a full breakfast buffet may not be an option, but a bag with a muffin, an apple and a cereal bar is a little sparse, in my opinion. At this location, ALL chairs have been removed from the pool area. We found trash on the floor our first night. Rooms are not serviced at all, for the first three days of your stay, from what I read. I dis ask for clean towels on our third night. We enjoyed the gulf view balcony room.
My husband and I have used Comfort Inn and Suites on several occasions but this was the first time in Galveston and the first hotel during the pandemic. Our room was spacious and well furnished although some pieces looked worn. We found that the room didn’t seem 100% clean, the sheets appeared to be well worn also and all creased up. When the bathroom mirror got steamed up there was a love message written presumably by the previous occupant of the room. So I presume the mirror had not been wiped down before we came in. I had a cold shower one afternoon after coming in from the beach. Then there was breakfast. The coffee was not very good, the sack breakfast less than inspiring and juices not always available. All in all a disappointing visit.
We were traveling with kids ages 8mo-9years. For a last minute beach trip. With 1 jelly fish sting, 3 sandy raw butts 8 hours of beach and sand We were ready for bath/bed for the kids and an adult beverage! The front desk attendant was quick and courteous. Parking was plentiful. Then we arrived at the room. The room was dated but clean at first glance. The room smelled as if a large wet dog was hiding under the bed. (or a pack) The Bathtub had been repaired with what looked like Brown Silly Putty. After weighing the odds of contracting Tetanus all kids got showers. We all passed out and slept until day break. I was in need of coffee. The single serve coffee pot flooded the brown gold all over the serving tray instead of in the Styrofoam cup provided. I must say I was tempted to lap the hot liquid from the edge of the tray. I refrained. Then comes the best surprise of all! a very cute mouse also calls this room home! I am sure the surrounding guest thought we were crazed psychopaths when the screaming started! Or that we were being slaughtered by an intruder. We called the front desk to have the little feller removed only to be told the maintenance man did not arrive until 10:00 AM and they could not help us! WHAT! time to evacuate! To sum it up. The check out process was swift, we did not contract any diseases carried by rodents (such a strong description for the little guy), We now have updated Tetanus boosters, and considering all of the events of 2020 decided it could have been worse! If you decide to stay after this review please tell Timothy (the kids named the mouse) Hello from the screaming, jumping, crying, and hysterical family that met him August 2020!…