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Comfort Inn of Boonville

Pool, Hot tub
I-70 & Hwy 5 (Exit # 101)

Comfort Inn of Boonville is located 1 mile from the Katy Trail, in Boonville MO

Directions: located 1.0 mile from Katy Trail, just west of Trailpost # 194
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Boonville hotels?
JenK from St. Louis on 08/15/2020 10:37 AM:
Has. anyone stayed at the Holiday inn express or comfort inn in Boonville recently? What are your thoughts? Is one better than the other?
We were going to stay at the Isle of Capri hotel, but decided against it due to the smoking a the casino.

Alex from Boonville on 08/16/2020 08:46 AM:
I’d check out the Hotel Frederick if I were you. It’s locally owned, right off the trail, and is a beautiful historic hotel. There’s live music on Fridays in the Brick Room downstairs, and a great local diner across the street. As far as chain hotels, I would stay in the Holiday Inn, as it is a newer hotel

Anonymous on 08/16/2020 09:10 AM:
Have stayed at all three, but not recently.

Which one is better? Hotel Frederick is better if you want to be across the street from the trail, close to downtown, and in a retro, historic hotel.

Comfort Inn is better if you are a rewards member and can stay free or can gain points for such. Same for Holiday Inn Express.

Better for you? Just depends on your desire and what is cost effective for you.

BikerBoy from Maryville, IL on 08/17/2020 01:21 PM:
Like the Hotel Bothwell in Sedalia, the Frederick is worth the few extra $$ to have a genuine, historical experience. Stay there at least once and you will not be disappointed. Walking around downtown Boonville is a back-in-time experience.

MikeinNeb from Murdock NE on 08/19/2020 04:50 PM:
We have stayed at the Comfort Inn in Boonville several times during the Pedalers Jamboree. It's very close to and handily accesses the trail.,-92.782989,15.25z/data=!4m8!3m7!1s0x0:0xe2aa1de7c0d3d0f9!5m2!4m1!1i2!8m2!3d38.938411!4d-92.776128

Comfort Inn of Boonville in Boonville
Harlene from Tijeras, NM on 09/22/2016 06:28 AM:
Three of us women riding the trail stayed in the Queen suite. The fold out bed wasn't great, but the price was right for a room for three separate beds, and there was plenty of room. Angel was great and made sure we had everything we needed!

Comfort Inn of Boonville in Boonville
Anonymous on 07/07/2011 04:47 PM:
We were very disappointed with our stay July 2011 at Comfort Inn, Boonville, MO. We were unable to regulate the room temperature to a comfortable degree the entire time. Someone had been smoking in our non-smoking room. The hair dryer was defective and the tub did not look clean. Our original reservation was made online with a confirmed dollar amount and after check-out I noticed a fee for a safe we didn't want or need had been added. All of this will make it very unlikely we will choose Comfort Inn again in the future.

SteveK from saint louis, MO on 07/07/2011 09:41 PM:
Anonymous, I believe you have 60 days to get your fee back for the safe you were charged for and did not use.

Anonymous on 07/10/2011 08:58 AM:
We had the same fee from the Comfort INN. When i called to inquire they explained that it was standard policy to cover any incidentals they may have missed (ie movies, long dist call etc) and it was usually removed within 48 hours, as was the case for us.

sharonbikes from Kansas City on 07/10/2011 10:16 PM:
Try the Holiday Inn Express just a short distance from the Comfort Suites. I often travel to Boonville on business and have always enjoyed my stay there -- nice comfortable clean rooms, good breakfast and great people working there.

SteveK from saint louis, MO on 07/11/2011 11:52 PM:
Anonymous #2 I believe the safe fee is different from the incidental fee some hotels put on your credit card and then take off. I have never heard of Confort Inn doing this, but I have had multiple EconoLodge's try to tack on this safe fee, and if I catch it, I will get it removed. It is usually around $1.50, and they generally won't ask you if you want it or not, but it is their policy to take it off if you request it.

Comfort Inn from Boonville on 06/13/2012 01:12 PM:
Dear ________________,

I'm concerned about the disappointment you experienced at our hotel during your recent visit. I'm writing to thank you for taking the time to bring this matter to my attention.

We accommodate many guests each evening, and we strive to make their stay a satisfying one. The principal goal of our hotel is to provide dependable service to all of our guests at reasonable prices. Consequently, it's disappointing to learn that you're unhappy.

Please accept my sincere apology.

I want you to know that the comments and suggestions we receive from our guests are taken seriously. They tell us what we're doing right, what we're doing wrong and how we can improve. Your willingness to share your recent experience is genuinely appreciated.

Please be assured that the issues you've raised have been addressed, and the appropriate action has been taken.

Again, I want to thank you for taking the time to share your concerns with us.

We look forward to serving your future lodging needs.

Kym T~Comfort Inn Boonville

Comfort Inn of Boonville in Boonville
Jed from Las Cruces on 07/11/2011 11:29 AM:
So far, so good. Inexpensive (Sun-Tues $80.00 w/AAA disc for a King suite), clean (tub in our first floor room is new/clean; great for soaking after a bike ride on Katy Trail), friendly. Coffee is good (real cream available) and breakfast a good selection. We are here to ride the Katy Trail, which is less than a mile down the road on Fuqua, the road that flanks the C Inn. Continue on Fuqua PAST/CROSSING Industrial Rd. into an area where the black top becomes a graveled path. May feel like you are trespassing but you’re not. Veer right and down a slight slope and onto the KTrail. A bit hidden & hard to find if you do not know what to look for.

Comfort Inn of Boonville (Boonville)
Curt and Kathy from Silex, MO on 08/22/2010 02:27 PM:
June 23, 2010- On our journey to ride the entire Katy Trail from St. Charles to Clinton, we spent the night at the Comfort Inn. It was a safe, short journey from the Katy by bicycle. The room was very comfortable and clean and we brought our bikes up into the room. It was a long hot day of riding so the pool was a welcome, refreshing way to end the day. The complimentary breakfast was good, and the staff very friendly. We will definitely stay here again.

Comfort Inn of Boonville (Boonville)
Lee from Festus, MO. on 10/18/2008 01:30 PM:
The hotel is easily accessed from the trail. An access road intersects the trail east of Boonville. It's a short ride, less than a mile to the hotel.

Lee from Festus, MO. on 10/18/2008 01:33 PM:
Sorry, the access road actually intersects the trail west of Boonville. The hotel will e-mail directions if you make reservations.

MAH from Blue Springs, MO on 10/18/2008 09:00 PM:
The road that leads up through the industrial center and to the hotel is between mm 194 and 195, on the east side of the trail. There's a small community service bulletin board where the gravel road heads off. If coming from the west, it will be just after the cattle feed lots. If coming from the Boonville trailhead, it will be shortly past when you go through the metal tunnel (don't know the proper name to call it).

mike p on 12/04/2008 12:00 PM:
One thing about the Comfort Inn. If you ride in from the trail do not look to your left when approaching the lobby. There is a candy/ice cream shop next door and you will undo all the good you achieved by riding all day.

Comfort Inn of Boonville (Boonville)
TK from Kansas City on 10/09/2005 04:38 PM:
Great hotel right just off I-70 at exit 101. Great staff, nice clean rooms, nice pool. We liked the continental breakfast, and of course the Russell Stover's Candy outlet next door!

Trek Biker from St. Joseph, MO on 10/10/2005 08:43 AM:
The access to the Katy makes it even better!

Penny from Mt. Vernon, IL on 06/28/2005 11:36 PM:
I need directions to the Comfort Inn in Boonville from the Katy Trail. Thanks.

Trek Biker from St. Joseph, MO on 06/29/2005 08:56 AM:

The Comfort Inn is about a mile east of the Katy...just north of I-70 and a few miles south of Booneville.

If you are riding east to west on the Katy, after you pass the depot in Booneville you will pass through a long stretch of residential district, up a grade for quite a ways and through a small tunnel under a roadway. It's probably 4-5 miles from the depot to the Comfort Inn.

There is a clearing on your left side near mile post #194. A trail through the clearing leads to the Fuqua Homes manufacturing plant. Somewhat confusing there......but, ride through their parking lot toward the south and onto the blacktop will lead you to the Comfort Inn (about a mile) which will be on your right with a truckstop on your left.

We have found the Comfort Inn staff to be very friendly and accomodating. No problem taking your bikes to your room or leaving your car in their parking lot for a few days while you are on the trail.

Enjoy your trip!