Holiday Inn and Comfort Inn brands have franchise owners who tailor their hotels to the specific needs of a city or region. Room and hotel amenities may differ between locations.
Stay at one of 1,029 Holiday Inns or over 2,000 Comfort Inns. Both brands have hotels in the Americas, Europe and Asia.
Earn Choice Privileges when staying at a Comfort Inn or other Choice Hotel brands, including Quality Inn and EconoLodge. Get Priority Club Rewards through Holiday Inn and the InterContinental Group brand.
Save by using a AAA card at Holiday Inns, an AARP membership at Comfort Inns, or senior and government rates at both hotels.
Rapid City, South Dakota
Compare the $81 per night king room at Holiday Inn with the $90 per night king at Comfort Inn. Both non-smoking rooms feature high-speed Internet access, but the Comfort Inn does not allow pets. Rates current as of October 2009.
Key West, Florida
Compare a $92 per night two double-bed room at Holiday Inn with a $100 per night two double-bed room at Comfort Inn. Both have an outdoor pool, but only Comfort Inn provides a free continental breakfast. Rates current as of October 2009.
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