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Comfort Inn of Alexandria, Louisiana is conveniently located at the intersection of I-49 (Exit 86-MacArthur Dr.) and Highway LA 1 North (2001 North Bolton Avenue). This Comfort Inn has 68 rooms and suites, with non-smoking and special needs rooms available. Amenities include free deluxe continental breakfast, free USA Today newspaper, free local calls, 24" cable TV, microwave and referigerator.

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Location: 2001 N. Bolton AVE., Alexandria Louisiana 71303 Telephone Toll Free: 866-665-9330

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