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In the "hub of transportation heritage," the Comfort Suites hotel provides exceptional accommodations to business travelers and tourists visiting this picturesque community. This Auburn, IN hotel features all the amenities of home and all the luxuries of fine lodgings. This all-suite hotel features rooms with overstuffed chairs or sofas, two telephone lines, cable TV with HBO, irons and ironing boards. All suites come equipped with microwaves and refrigerators. Keep your electronic devices charged with the recharge device including AC and USB outlets provided in all guest rooms. This Auburn, IN hotel features many full-service amenities, including a free newspaper, free coffee and free local calls. Be sure to take advantage of the well-equipped fitness center, indoor pool and large whirlpool. Enjoy a free hot breakfast featuring eggs, meat, yogurt and fresh fruit, cereal and more, including your choice of hot waffle flavors! If you're leaving early, a Your Suite Success Grab & Go bag is available for the two hours before breakfast starts. Business travelers will appreciate conveniences like the business center, high-speed Internet access and access to copy and fax services. The meeting room is the ideal location for businesses looking for an off-site meeting space. The large room can accommodate up to 30 people. Catering for events is available from local restaurants. The hotel's central location, with easy access to Interstate 69, puts this hotel close to area attractions like NATMUS, Amish Acres, Bridgewater Golf Club and Trine University. There are several shops and a wide variety of restaurants and cocktail lounges in the area. A number of festivals and events occur in the area, including the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival every Labor Day weekend. This classic car festival and auction attracts thousands of visitors and celebrities and includes a parade, antique show, arts and crafts show and carnival. DeKalb County, Indiana has a number of museums dedicated to the area's transportation heritage, which dates back to the 1800's. The area museums feature classic cars, post World War II automobiles and trucks, vintage aircraft and railroad history.