Looking for a place to stay in Dillon? Then look no further than Comfort Suites Summit County, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Dillon to your doorstep.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Comfort Suites Summit County offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk. Guests of Comfort Suites Summit County are also welcome to enjoy a pool and breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you like Italian restaurants, Comfort Suites Summit County is conveniently located near Jersey Boy's Pizza & Deli.
If you are interested in exploring Dillon, check out Dillon Marina (0.8 mi), which is a short walk from Comfort Suites Summit County.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Comfort Suites Summit County as you experience everything Dillon has to offer.
For this area, this motel is reasonably priced ($172 for two-bed suite). The room was huge with an entrance way (for skis?), living room area, bedroom area. and smallish bath. Having two beds was great because the one closest to the bath sagged in the middle. The other was a bit soft for my taste but at least it didn't sag. The desk chair was stained, the threshold to the bath broken and torn--watch your step lest you stub your toe. There must be a better place.
Nice, clean, Front desk and staff customer oriented and friendly. Rooms are big. Great breakfast ( A lot of options) Indoor and two hot tubs (indoor/outdoor) Great location, close to outlets, restaurants and pharmacy. I would reserve again if I come back.
We stayed at this hotel for 5 nights. We would like to thank the manager, James, for working with us to change and extend our days of stay. Our room was very clean. There was no service during our stay, yet we could request any items needed. Staff was always pleasant. The breakfast area was daily stocked with hot and cold items, fruit, cereals, eggs, ham/sausage, breads, and choice of beverages. Amenities include indoor pool, laundry room, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, deck with chairs, exercise room, plus all day coffee/tea in lobby. The location was terrific with a beautiful view of the mountains. We had a Walgreens next door, a City Market for groceries and a delicious upscale restaurant called Bistro North up the block. Other fast food options within a block. Thank you!…
Stayed here during ski season - skied Keystone the next morning - this was a good jumping off point for that. It's the kind of hotel that families and groups stay at so expect lines to check in, lines to get food, lines for the elevator. Rooms are spacious but the bathrooms are dated. HVAC is thru a unit by the window so whomever sleeps near there is going to face the brunt of it. Parking is outdoors so if you are arriving in the winter, prep your vehicle accordingly. Breakfast is included but it's a small and crowded dining area and (though they do have a waffle machine). Given the clientele, expect noise at night. The elevator is not the biggest - so in covid times, you may need to wait a few turns. Lots of restaurants nearby and good access to the highway. Overall, great for 1 night as a stopover.…
My son and I stayed here while snowboarding at Copper Mountain. It is in a great location by restaurants and grocery store. The people next door to us were noisy with tv going until late, also a garbage truck came super early around 4am beeping. Our room was comfortable and the bed was comfy as well.
I do as the sign tells me: Ring the bell – no one I start to call and then I see someone walk in from OUTSIDE the hotel. I was thinking another guest was coming in too. Turns out it was the desk clerk. The desk clerk was outside smoking a cigarette. Okay everyone deserves a break…. I receive first room, I tried some idle chit chat about what a long day it was and asked if both rooms were on same floor. He didn’t know I had two rooms. They were NOT on the same floor – oh well • Went to second floor room (my teenagers were on first floor). Upon arrival the keys did not work! UGH went downstairs to get new keys and guess what is at the desk The infamous sign is at the desk again. I yelled HELLO (nothing) I went outside to interrupt the desk clerk from his cigarette. He went to re-key the keys but I asked for better ones as I could see all of the scratch marks on the key cards. Got to room and latch was on. SOMEONE WAS ALREADY IN THE ROOM! I can’t recall the room number at this time as I turned the sleeve back in. • This time the clerk was at the desk he gave me keys to a different room this time on the third floor room, 312. We cannot open the door! My husband went down and got the desk clerk he came up and lifted the handle and was able to open the door however, there was a person in this room too! This is about 1:15 in the morning the lady came to the door and honestly I got the best apology from another guest who I breached her security then I did from the hotel. She continued to explain they too had checked in the night before but their heater did not work and they transferred room and when they transferred rooms they also had guest in the room when they went in! OMG this poor lady! • We all went back down stairs • I HAD to be the one to ask the desk clerk to check the next room to make sure it is okay and I didn’t care WHAT kind of room it was a long as no one was in it before we go to the room. We ended up on the first floor where my teenagers were and I was told by him there was not room on the same floor for us to be together. How Frustrating. • Next morning 8:30AM Housekeeping is knocking on the door (seriously?) How about reviewing your actual check out rooms first before knocking on doors • Went to breakfast (breakfast as somewhat expected) had 2 employees working the room. Eggs were watery but they come out of those frozen bags. Although, when I went to get a bagel I though was a blueberry bagel it was actually mold! I gave it to the male breakfast attendant and he exclaims “moldy bagel” and chucks it in the trash – no apologies no thank you’s, etc. • I went to ask to speak to a manager at the desk about 9:30AM on a busy Saturday morning and I’m greeted with the sign and the bell. I was very calm asked to speak to a manager about checking into all of the occupied rooms the night before and all he could tell me is the manager will be in on Monday. I also asked what do gold members receive and he said either a snack or points (I was offered neither) I will say 4 water bottles would have made me very happy (not a lot to ask right??) He then told me it was only allowed one bottle per room, I said great I will take 2 bottles he comes out with one bottle and said he only had one bottle. I then asked for the manager’s email which he provided to me and I left. Yet as a savvy traveler these are all the things that bothered ME as a guest when in all honesty why hasn’t this bothered the staff? • The people I interrupted in the middle of the night were they compensated? Were they apologized too? Their safety was compromised by me walking in. I am so thankful that the GUEST were trained to lock their door. • Did anyone think to re-code the key cards for the people whose room that I entered into as when they go to breakfast their key will not work when they go back to their room. (slide a note under the door with apology and letting them know • Someone is transferring rooms and clearly are not trained on how to transfer from one room to the next room • The lady who was in room 312 shares the story she too walked in someone else and moved from heater room prior day but yet we walk in on them. This means housekeeping is not checking Vacant and clean rooms every morning. If housekeeping had checked vacant and clean report that morning room 312 would have clothing in it and they could have tried to figure out who was in that room. • If anyone had called in through the phone lines to try and find said person who occupied the 2 rooms they would not have rang the correct room as they were in another room. • Employees do not look like employees – no uniforms, no name tags, no standards at check in he had a flannel on – at check-out he had a white hoodie on. No apologies. My best experience was with the BELL because the bell works if you rang it. • Did anyone log these complaints for follow-up • Why didn’t someone pass along my information for follow-up?…
weather delays forced us to arrive at 1:30 AM, nobody at front desk, went outside and saw a dude smoking so we asked if anyone was working and he replied "oh do you need a room"? We had two rooms reserved. One room worked great, no problem. The second room was different story. he sent us to a room that was occupied!, the key card worked but the door latch was secured. So we go back down and he says the room was empty and makes us new keys? we go back up and once again door will not open, but this time the people in the room come to the door. So we go back down and he gets us another room, and the same thing, people are in the room. So we go back down and make him come up and see for himself, sure enough a lady comes to the door and he apologizes for waking them up. It has now been 30 minutes, he goes back down and gives us a swipe card to a 3rd room and this one works. BTW this guy working the desk, wearing a hoodie, no name badge, no uniform etc So in the AM we asked to see a manager and once again, another guy wearing a hoodie, no name badge uniform etc, Says manager will not be in until later and we should call an 800 # to complain. this was the morning of 1/29…
Room was very comfortable, quite and clean. Breakfast at 6:30 every morning had basically the same thing everyday, scrambled eggs, ham or sausage. Samething everyday got a little old after 3 days. Hotub was nice but we like it a bit hotter. Internet totally sucked. Very slow and continuous drop out. Had to login a lot. Very limited TV channels. The room guide says channels 1 to 61 but nothing below 25. A bit pricey but it is a ski resort town. Other than that it was ok.
Stayed at this hotel 1 night as part of a bus tour group. The rooms were clean and neat but I did find a long dark brown hair on the sheet, on the side of the bed. The area around the microwave and refrigerator needs to be dusted. From the accumulation of dust, this had not been done in a long time. It was the 1st hotel we encountered, on our trip, that had hand lotion! The breakfast choices were many and very good. The hotel had been given an estimated time of arrival for our bus group as our tour guide called them at least a couple hours before we arrived, yet when we arrived, they were totally unprepared. They had to assign rooms and activate the key cards which took a significant length of time.
The room that we got is next to eating area (share walls). It’s near 8pm and extra loud party is going on. Sounds like they are in our room. We found something sticky on the furniture. One lamp doesn’t work. Very bad experience. The hotel manager refuses to move us. This is not a decent place to stay.