Because I wanted to stick around The Comfort Inn more than I wanted to go out and experience Defiance, I reserved a non-smoking room with king bed which includes access to the lounge where I accessed the internet, book loans, DVD movies to take back to the room, light breakfast, light lunch and wine, beer and other beverages, all of which were very good. I enjoyed the lobby. The disappointing thing was that it was closed Christmas Eve and Christmas and they don’t tell you that at all and no sign was posted. The room itself is large, but the space is taken up with furniture. However, it doesn’t feel cluttered. Though I can’t imagine more than 2 in a room. The bed was comfortable. Closet and dresser space small. The room had a doorbell and it was too loud, especially when you’ve been sleeping. I should have used the Privacy sign or specified a daily room service time, which are options. Bathroom at The Comfort Inn was wonderful with plenty of hot water to fill the deep tub. I didn’t hear anything between rooms, but I could hear doors closing in the hallway. 3 nights I had in-room dining 10-11pm and ordered a hamburger, lamb, and steak (1 each night). Overall, it was a disappointment. Delivery took longer than they quoted and the food, though okay, was not up to par for the cost. It was either not warm enough, slightly dry, or a bit overcooked. The staff was friendly and I’m sure they would have fixed the problem had I asked. However, the Inn restaurant food was delicious. Worth every cent. Pianist playing in the lobby for a while in the evening. Concierge was very helpful. Overall, I enjoyed my stay.