120 Bowes St, Parry Sound, ON P2A 2L7, Canada

Family Restaurant, University, Restaurants, Clubs, Courthouse, Gym, Spas

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705-746-6221

http://www.parrysoundcomfortinn.com/



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Comfort Inn

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Comfort Inn Parry Sound, ON - Parry Sound - Canada

The Comfort Inn Parry Sound hotel is conveniently located near many local attractions such as; the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame, the Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts, the Island Queen Cruise, Bear Claw ATV Tours, Georgian Bay Airways, Killbear Provincial Park and Waubano Beach. The Parry Sound Comfort Inn is minutes away from the West Parry Sound Health Centre offering special hospital rates. Golf Packages are available for booking seasonally. Restaurants located minutes away from hotel with a beautiful view of Georgian Bay. Come vacation in Parry Sound, Ontario and board the 30,000 Island Queen Cruise, take a flight over Georgian Bay aboard the Georgian Bay Airway or just come and enjoy what our local tourism has to offer.

Trever Mah said 3 years ago
Would be nice to offer room service. Town and staff were wonderful. Very convenient for cottagers and easy to find. Rooms were very clean and well kept.
Wesley Spiering said 3 years ago
The bathroom was very dirty the tub was not clean. The floor had pubic hair around the toilet and tub. The wall had a dark color substance that smelled like poo on the wall. The sheets had small black spots that we wonder if it was bed bugs but they were in the material of the sheets. The mirrors were dirty in the bathroom and outside the bathroom. The outside of the building smelled of mold. We informed the staff and the reply was" sorry about that" no further discussion. We will never stay there again. $180 FOR TWO DOUBLE BEDS FOR ONE NIGHT. Please do not stay there, it is not a clean Hotel.
Matt Roberts said 3 years ago
Friendly and accommodating staff, perfectly acceptable breakfast, not many amenities but it's a small place, reasonable value for the price.
Sean Boswell said 3 years ago
The actual comfort inn I had no issues with as I didn't stay there. The Golden griddle where my family ate was my issue. Eggs weren't done well and the food in general wasn't great. Our server was wonderful though which prevented me from giving a 1 star.
Karen Rivera said 3 years ago
Freindly staff and the rooms are very clean with a mini fridge and microwave. Improvements could be the breakfast area too small and not enough food for everyone. Overall good stay and bonus is the bear sighting near this motel!

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