The Comfort Inn in Alpharetta has completed renovations made to its property several months after the hotel changed flags.
The Comfort Inn changed from Holiday Inn Express in October 2013. With the new brand comes renovations including new carpet, vanities, headboards, closet doors, lighting, sofa sleepers, refinishing all furniture and new linens.
The hotel also offers a complimentary hot breakfast, which includes eggs, sausage or bacon, original and flavored waffles, toast, danishes or bagels, cereal, fresh fruit, juice, milk and coffee. The fitness center received a new elliptical and weights.
Glynna Barrett, the hotel’s General Manager, has worked in both full service and limited service hotels for the past 10 years.
"I am excited to see what the future holds for the Comfort Inn,” said Barrett. “I feel strongly that our recent renovations combined with our outstanding and friendly staff will assure that our guests have a memorable experience at an affordable rate."
“We are always excited when one of our hotels receive new renovations,” said Janet Rodgers, president and CEO of the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau. “Renovations make the hotel become new again which enhances the guest’s experience and contributes to them telling others to stay in Alpharetta when visiting our area.”