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Comfort Inn in Grants Pass, OR


The Comfort Inn hotel in Grants Pass, Oregon is located in the heart of the Rogue River Valley and lies amidst beautifully wooded mountains and breathtaking water ways, where splendid scenery and wildlife abound. This Grants Pass, OR hotel is located near local points of interest: Hellgate Jetboat Excursions, Josephine County Library, Rogue Community College, Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport and Rogue River. You are invited to enjoy our many amenities: free high-speed Internet access, free local calls, free coffee, free weekday newspaper, laundry facility and seasonal outdoor pool. We offer free hot breakfast. Travelers can use the on-site business center with a computer and access copy and fax services. All rooms include coffee makers, hair dryers, irons with boards and cable television. Some rooms also have microwaves and refrigerators. Non-smoking rooms are available. Pets are welcome when declared in advance and with a stay fee.


Company Info:

Rating: 2.82

Address: 1889 NE 6th St., Grants Pass, OR, 97526
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Hotels in Grants Pass, OR



Comments (11):

1. Private Yelper P.
They have been very accommodating to our family needs and wants.  We stayed here 2 years in a row!! Our room was quiet and clean.  
I'm very picky, so it's shocking for me to say I have no complaints.

Thank you Christie for your wonderful customer service!


15/07/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Jeff L.
This place smelled like sewer in the hallway!! You know sewer with a lot of perfume trying to mask the odor. The pool looked like a swamp so It must be a management or budget issue. Avoid...

05/05/09 | Link | Rating: 1.0
3. Shea M.
Customer service was very friendly and helpful situation we had to address on our way through, and we ended up staying the night.  Clean, quiet, and exactly what one would expect from a Comfort Inn.

09/07/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. Christine R.
I concur with the first yelper Jeff - stay far away from this joint like the plaque.  Think of it as SARS, bird flu, swine flu, & whatever virus you can think of.  AVOID, AVOID, AVOID!!!  Hubby had his work truck broken into, another gentleman had his car broken into the same morning.  Another couple had all their belongings in their boat stolen.  This location is near the freeway, with numerous transients 24/7.  I hate to think that perhaps staff may have an idea or knowledge of such atrocious events taking place right outside their entrance.  Stepping up security should be a must; otherwise, I highly suggest shutting down the place!  Ironically, most targeted patrons are from out of state.  These cowards think they'll get away by stealing from those outside of Oregon - get a f*@%^# life!!!

10/02/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
5. Brad H.
Not bad. Kind of old, but I had no problems.

07/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Summer O.
Comfortable room and decent breakfast. Walls were a bit thin with small children running around in the room next door at 6:30am, but all in all seemed like you got what you paid for.

12/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
7. Rachael C.
The lobby reeked of Body Odor.. Like bad.. And the smell carried all the way up the stairs and through the whole hotel..

Toilet backed up with just toilet paper and the water pressure in the shower was non existent... 2 stars rather than 1 because you get what you pay for. It's cheap, but it's crappy.

27/03/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
8. Laura D.
We stopped here because in a way looked a tad more appealing than other hotels on the same street. The guy at the front was nice. Our room smelled a bit musty but the windows open and the ac works. The water pressure is a bit "delicate" but you don't run out of hot water. It's not horrible, I'm ok with saving a buck and skipping out on a Marriott here and there, so if you're spoiled this isn't the place for you.

06/06/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
9. Michael M.
Good-very cheap, extremely nice staff, convenient location, comfortable, clean, decent breakfast,
Bad-very dated, lots of mullets, grungy carpet, I was probably the only guest wearing a shirt with sleeves

I have been all over the world and have stayed in everything from a hole in the ground in Iraq to the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs (a very nice place that Presidents have stayed in) and I admit I am a bit of a gourmet camper.

Aesthetically, this place won't win any prizes. I would be embarrassed taking a high-class call girl here. This is more of a meth-whore kind of place. I am not sure I would use the pool, but that's because of the fine folks who were there for Boatnik, which for those of you who don't know, is full of people who look like they just got fired from their jobs as carnies.

The bed was comfortable, as long as I didn't think about some of the disgusting things that happen in motels. The motel smells a bit like the folks that were staying here.

The service was very good, and they were very accomodating. I am not sure if it was because we were normal people with full sets of teeth who improved the clientele quotient or if they are always this nice, but they had very good service.

I would stay there again. Comfort Inns are usually cheap, dated, comfortable with decent breakfasts.

28/05/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
10. Wendy W.
Nicer than motel 6. Flat screen has poor resolution and bad lighting so the picture is dim.

Parking can fill up. Good amount of truckers stopped so makes me think they trust the place as a stop in Grants Pass.

Walking distance to McDonalds and Black Bear Diner.

Has a small pool out front 3ft-6ft deep. the pool location is not desirable, it's in the front parking lot off the lobby so its not private. however, Hubby had it all to himself for a morning workout. It's short so difficult to do laps.

The continental breakfast is Hard Boiled eggs, sausage, cheap bacon, yogurts, basic fruit (apples), waffles, muffins, toast, and some donuts. Tables for the breakfast are wood with solid wood chairs.

No elevator to second floor, ask for a room on the first floor.

Laundry is 1 washer 1 dryer upstairs. $1 for  wash 75cents to dry. Dryer is old and takes forever. We could

30/12/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
11. Meagan V.
We pulled in at midnight and had to be back on the road by 7am. Most comfortable hotel bed I've ever slept in!!! The room was so comfortable - it had an ac unit in the room with the perfect hum to fall asleep to. Pillows and bedding are very plush- I didn't want to get up. We stay in a LOT of hotels and I rarely review them unless they were super good or super bad. This one, might not be the fanciest, but it's quaint and most importantly... Clean and comfy! Thanks Comfort Inn for the best nights sleep I've had in a while! ;) "On the road again..."

17/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0