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This was my first visit to Sequoia Kings Canyon area..
The location of this property was 5 minutes or less from the park entrance and had several good options around.
Room was clean, bath was modern considering its a comfort inn..
Had a pool (not...More
Comfortable room with a king bed, and queen sofabed. Daughter said Sofa bed was not very comfortable, but the king bed was very comfortable. Close to south entrance of Sequoia NP. Breakfast is included, but can get crowded and chaotic. Avoid the "eggs" for the...More
Ended up staying here because the campsite in Sequoia National Park was full. This Comfort Inn has comfortable rooms and friendly staff. I would have given it a better rating except that the breakfast was pretty terrible.
I have been to a few national parks and usually stay at a hotel/motel/inn in the area. There are not that many choices if you are not camping in Sequoia National Park. This one is the only hotel chain and it exceeded my expectations. I...More
There are many independent hotel options in Three Rivers.Comfort Inn might be the only chain hotel.
I wanted to stay here because you know what to expect from Comfort Inn and they delivered.The front desk was friendly and helpful even though it was her second...More
I suggest you call the Sequoia National Park at 559-565-4212 for weather questions, however, this time of the year we have been getting snow in the Sequoia National Park and the federal law requires chains to be in the... More
I suggest you call the Sequoia National Park at 559-565-4212 for weather questions, however, this time of the year we have been getting snow in the Sequoia National Park and the federal law requires chains to be in the vehicle at all time when visiting the Park.