If you’re looking for a hotel in Suwanee, look no further than Comfort Inn & Suites Sugarloaf-Suwanee.
Big Splash Interactive Fountain (2.0 mi), located nearby, makes Comfort Inn & Suites Sugarloaf-Suwanee a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Suwanee landmark.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Comfort Inn & Suites Sugarloaf-Suwanee features 24 hour front desk, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Comfort Inn & Suites Sugarloaf-Suwanee, free parking is available.
Suwanee has plenty of southwestern restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Cheeky Taqueria, Twisted Taco Suwanee, and Cinco Mexican Cantina - Suwanee, which are serving up some great dishes.
Should time allow, Sims Lake Park and Suwanee Town Center Park are some popular parks that are relatively easy to get to.
The staff at Comfort Inn & Suites Sugarloaf-Suwanee looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Stayed 2 nights on business and the first night I was woke up to the sounds of foot steps near the bed. The second night in a different room woke up again to foot steps near the bed. Both times of the occurrence of at 3:05 am, then at 3:45 am. The closest door opened and woke me up again. I was pretty freaked out. I fell back to sleep and when I woke up to my alarm both dresser door were open. After my experience I’ll never stay there again!!
I have stayed at the Comfort Inn in Suwanee 3 stays since June 13. When I arrived on June 13 at 3am, I stayed in the huge 4th floor suite while dealing with a towing service issue where AAA refused to give me my 100-mile towing. The suite had a huge living room with two large sofa-beds, coffee table, two accent tables, two floor lamps and a huge screen TV. Kitchen sink included garbage disposal. Microwave, electric stove, small refrigerator. In the bedroom, two Queen beds and a Queen sleeper sofa with coffee table. Checking it was clear the room had not been properly cleaned. Soap rapper on the bathroom floor. Closet had trash on the floor. The killer was when the toilet wouldn't flush Sunday night. Maintenance didn't come until 8am on Monday. Alam Muhammad is the owner. He allowed me to stay Monday night and Tuesday night while I continued to deal with my AAA problems. Because of his generosity, I decided to book another stay for July 2. Annie, front desk clerk on duty at 3pm on Friday, July 2, saw me walking with a cane. She gave me Room 123 in the short hallway off the lobby. It's huge. I checked out with a few concerns about room cleaning. Let housekeepers a note and $5 (five dollars). On my way back to Columbus GA from Gastonia and the beautiful Esquire Hotel, I stopped in Georgia at the Comfort Inn in Suwanee. I asked for Room 123. It looked very clean except the spill on the room divider had not been taken care of. I nap when traveling for work. I usually take a long hot shower about 3am. I checked in on July 4th. When I rose at 2am to take my shower. I saw a full-grown roach running along the base of the floor in front of me sitting on the toilet. I jumped up and ran for my camera on my Samsung Galaxy S10. Took pictures of the roach and sent them to my Facebook page. Good news, Casey, front desk manager removed the charge of $115 from my bill for my July 4 stay. All that said to say branches of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF-US) wants to host a conference of its Southern branches at the Comfort Inn in Suwanee. Counting on owner Alam Muhammad to fix all the problems. Rooms are huge. Indoor swimming pool. Grest place for a conference of older women to do aquatic exercises. …
My family and I spend one night here for a quick out-of-town get-away during spring break. We are Choice Gold Elite members, but after this stay, my husband and I are seriously looking into patronizing other hotel chains/groups. The Comfort Inns are so inconsistent with aesthetics, amenities, and cleanliness. This hotel in particular, while average with its condition of cleanliness, was truly lacking in aesthetics and appeal. The views you see in the pictures are not the actual views once you arrive on-site. There was human hair in the bathroom on the floor and bathtub. The faucet of the tub was literally separated from the tub, like it needed to be re-sealed or re-caulked. You had to hold the faucet in order to pull the level up before taking a shower. And if I see one more bad sealant job done around the shower head, I am going to scream. The refrigerator wasn't plugged in completely so upon pulling the fridge out to correct that, my husband noticed a plethora of food crumbs on top of the fridge. Upon check-out, I sensed the receptionist didn't have a clue as to what she was doing. Instead of recognizing the points/partial pay rate under which we reserved our room, she charged us for the remainder of the room fee. We decided during this stay that we are done with Comfort Inn and Suites. It has become consistently common for us not to feel as if we can "take off our shoes and comfortably relax" when we stay at a Comfort Inn because we are having to question the thoroughness of the cleaning and constantly stare at a run-down looking room during our stay. We believe Comfort Inn can do better, but until then, we will take our business elsewhere.…
We stayed here Nov. 30th - Dec 1st, 2020 in room 416. Front desk clerk was very nice. Hotel is clean, room is clean. Very large room with one king bed (not the suite and still a huge room). Strong smell of cleaner/bleach but I believe that's due to Covid precautions. The room was nice, shower had good pressure. Our only major issue was the bed. It sagged quite badly in the middle so we had to sleep on the far edges. Felt like we'd roll into the sag all night. Not the worst bed we've had but definitely not the best. Hotel is on the interstate with highway noise, so if you are sensitive (like me) bring ear plugs. Overall I'd try to stay here again with a different bed and be just fine. Really isn't a bad hotel.
I stayed overnight in this hotel on my way somewhere and I will stay there again on my way back in a few days. This is one of the overall best Comfort Inn & Suites in which I have stayed. The hotel is in excellent condition inside and out, the check-in experience was flawless, and there is an interesting, unusual feature - the larger than average elevator has a glass rear wall that overlooks the spacious lobby as you go up or down in it. The room was perfect in all aspects. I must mention that it is a little hard to find this hotel - it is behind a hill down in a depression so you cannot see it from the highway. Look for the sign, which also has a sign for the adjacent Quality Inn on it, and then turn off the highway, turn into the Quality Inn entrance but keep going along the side of it, then go down into that depression, and there it is. I would call it a hidden gem.…