The Comfort Inn hotel in Fort Collins 

by Robert Key Tuesday, May 10, 2011
5/7/2011

With rising gas prices and shrinking paychecks, many families are doing what’s called a “stay-cation” or local “mini vacations.” Because of this trend, hotels around the country are attracting local residents with their indoor water parks, pools and breakfasts to get families to stay with them a weekend, a day, or even just a morning. One hotel owner in Fort Collins, Col. is seeing an upswing in local and regional visitors:

“We get a lot of that, and even people coming from Denver to check out Fort Collins, just to get away from home,” said Dariusz Czyszczon, owner of the Comfort Inn, Fort Collins. “It’s a great idea because you don’t have to spend a lot of time driving from point A to point B.”

The hotel fort collins Comfort Inn always has the latest amenities to get one through a rough day. Recently, Comfort Inn in Fort Collins added the “hot rotating breakfast." It features tasty items like sausage, bacon, eggs, Belgian waffle bar, omelets, pancakes, biscuits & gravy, French toast, hash browns, sausage links and breakfast potatoes.

Not only does the Comfort Inn have the new hot rotating breakfast they also have a large pool, hot tub, fitness center, business center for customers to freely come in and out. The Fort Collins Comfort Inn is located near the intersection of Mulberry and I 25, at 601 SW Frontage Rd. Comfort Inn is a member of the Choice Hotels International® Franchise.

But people don’t come to Comfort Inn Fort Collins just for the food, or even for the amenities. They come for the service. As one hotel vacationer said, “I chose Comfort Inn because of its location, but I’ll go back because of the service.”

“We’re here to take care of customers,” Czyszczon said, “whether it’s the parents coming to CSU, the oil rig workers coming out of the field or the business person who is out here to service his clients, that’s what we’re here to serve.”

Czyszczon said all of his staff is knowledgeable about the community and not afraid to help hotel residents or walk-in clients with local information, whether it’s finding a street or fine restaurant.

“That’s the thing that makes a difference. Instead of having a body at the front desk, you’re actually talking to a live person that is knowledgeable. And all my staff is knowledgeable because they’ve been here a long time.”

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