I took my sister in law to the airport in Phoenix and we wanted to do a tour of the premium outlets. For $99, the value was excellent. The rooms were clean and very comfortable, the Asian restaurant patio was wonderful and affordable, and the entire "non-vacation" experience felt luxurious for such a reasonble price. We did not gamble or go to the ppol.
Stayed May 22 thru May 25. Resort was beautiful, and the staff was very friendly and helpful. The pool was awesome and the pool boys and bartenders were fast and friendly. Resort is close to shopping and the casino. Planning on returning again next year.
No amenities in the room. Placard said that one had to request what was needed and room service (not available) would deliver it. Should have been advised of this at check-in.
At night you have to get out of your car to see the room numbers.
No ice machines.
I have stayed at the Chandler Comfort Inn many times. It is consistently good in all departments, from the orange-infused ice water all day long to the spotless rooms with comfortable beds and a choice of soft or firm pillows.
Hotel was way above our expectation and close to excellent shopping and restaurants. The hotel was immaculately clean and offered many services including gym, swimming pools and laundry facilities. It was easy to find in a good location offering both relative tranquillity and easy access to shopping malls. It's a place we would stay again given opportunity.
Traveller from Manchester UK
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The first locomotive chugged through Phoenix on July 4, 1887; this single event cemented the city’s enduring reign as Arizona’s economic hub. This rich history is on display at the Arizona Railway Museum in Chandler. A different type of economy—casino gambling—is prominent today at nearby Native American tribal lands. The Firebird International Raceway features drag racing and drag-boat racing.