The smoke-free Comfort Suites hotel in Coraopolis, PA is located off Interstate 60, near Pittsburgh International Airport, Carnegie Science Center, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Heinz Field stadium and University of Pittsburgh. Relax in our indoor heated pool or exercise in our Fitness center.Enjoy the Manager's reception Monday through Thursday as well as our free amenities: high-speed Internet access, airport transportation, coffee, local calls and weekday newspaper. Use the on-site business center, copy and fax services as well as the meeting space--fits up to 15. All suites feature refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers, recharge device (AC and USB outlets), irons with boards and cable television. All suites also have separate living areas with sofa sleepers.Connecting rooms are also available.
Company Info: Rating: 2.80
Address: 750 Aten Rd., Coraopolis, PA, 15108
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1. Stewart P.
My family and I stayed at this Comfort Suites during a week long break from school. We came simply to relax and enjoy the city.
What I liked:
- friendly, accommodating staff
- close to the freeway
- free hot breakfast
- room was a good size and well maintained
What I disliked:
- location was a bit too far from the city
- slightly more expensive than I would have expected for the quality
- pool was used for local elderly water aerobics class so it was crowded and not very fun for my kids to swim in
- no pay-per-view/in-room movies
- small TV
- walls of rooms were thin and we could easily hear our neighbors the entire time
Despite the things I disliked, I would probably stay here again.
07/04/11 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
2. Keith X.
Elliptical glider broken for entire two weeks I stayed there.
Reported it three times to different managers.
29/07/13 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
3. Ron N.
Not a four star but a solid three. Nice, clean good breakfast right off the road. Pleasant desk, plenty of carts available. No Internet on iPad but ok on a laptop. Desk said that was common for some unknown tech reason.
24/10/13 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
4. J M.
Good: beds very comfy, room is clean, safe neighborhood, free parking, free internet that works well. My needs are covered.
Not good: breakfast was horrible, room thermostat is one of those infuriating red-blue temp controls like you see in stripped-down Chevy's from the 70's, bathroom in my quarters was run-down.
Not a nightmare by any measure, but I won't be happy to have to end up here again.
20/07/14 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
5. Angie L.
Before you read this review and make your decision of whether or not this is where you want to stay, keep in mind I travel all over the country and 9/10 times I always stay at Comfort Suites everywhere. So my expectations could be fairly high as I do tend to compare them all to each other.
I'll start with the PROs. Number One: FAST INTERNET. The first time I was here the internet was down because of the big snow storm. However, the second stay the speed was over 15 Mbps! Another pro is that the front desk staff was amazing. Every time Ive checked in, they were very helpful. The 2nd time I came in which was about two weeks later, the same front desk clerk remembered me and got me exactly the same type of room that I had gotten the first time without me saying anything. The room is clean, the carpet clean enough to walk on without shoes. There is also a small gym with just 3 workout machines, an indoor pool, vending machines on every floor, business computer works well. Breakfast is pretty standard, no meat choice though. The hot items are eggs and french toast sticks. I forgot to mention, this hotel is only 10 mins from the airport, just a hop and a skip away right to the highway.
Here is the CONs. Actually, just one. Before my checkout, I was woken up early and even before I left, they knocked on my door again. This is quite frustrating and annoying. I called the front desk at 3am and requested a late checkout. They said no problem. I guess their communication between shifts is non-existence. I got a call at 10am asking if I was checking out. Of course, getting prematurely woken up makes a grumpy Angie. So I mumbled something and by then, I couldnt go back to sleep. As i shower and get ready to leave, 15 minutes before I was to checkout, a knock came at my door. It was a guy (seems like to be a manager) asking me when I was leaving. I had just gotten out of the shower with a tank top on and towel on my head, it was quite embarrassing. I understand they need the rooms for the incoming guests, but that doesnt mean they should rush the existing guests and make them feel unwanted.
22/01/12 | Link
| Rating: 3.0