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Posted by Kcress on 06/28/2006
ATLANTIC CITY - BOARDWALK, NEW JERSEY -- For $225/night, we expected a decent experience. I know that the hotels in A.C. are all pricey... so we felt safe and comfortable with the Days Inn. The room wasn't great (it was mismatched and cheap looking), but it was clean.
We had a great night in Atlantic City. We returned later on and went to sleep. In the very early hours of the morning, we received a sexually obscene and threatening phone call, which sounded like it was coming from another room in the hotel. I hung up on the caller and was so shaken I couldn't sleep. I kept the light on the rest of the night.
We immediately called the front desk, who said that they had no way of knowing who called and couldn't help us. Needless to say, they were completely unapologetic.
Upon check out, I told the front desk staff and BOTH of the managers. Who, were also completely apologetic and did not offer anything to make us feel better.
I explained that for $225/night, I expected to actually be able to sleep and feel safe and comfortable. They didn't care. The manager also noted that he "had no idea who it could be" but five minutes later said "I have a feeling I know who it is, but I can't say for sure." He also mentioned that this had happened to other guests, but they didn't have any records or call logs. I find that hard to believe.
I was so upset that I called the Days Inn corporate office. They took down all of my contact information - THEN turned around and gave it to the exact same manager I spoke to the day before. He called me and was so rude and angry with my fiance' and myself.
I called BACK to corporate and told them that this was ridiculous. They said they couldn't do anything until 7 days went by, then they would review my case.
My fiance' called back again (the same day) and told them that this was unacceptable. They promised to have a supervisor call us back within 24 hours. They never did.
About 4 days later, we received a passively agressive and RUDE email from the AC hotel staff AND a letter from corporate. That was it.
I work in an industry and a position where you ALWAYS keep your clients and customers happy, especially if something horrible happens.
Apparently, Days Inn has a completely different motto.

After this experience, I will NEVER stay at Days Inn again, in Atlantic City or ANY city!
     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-28:
I am curious...what would have made you "feel better?" As far as I know the motel/hotel only logs outgoing calls and would have no control over who calls in to your room. Obscene telephone calls are disturbing and rude to be sure but to blame them on the establishment you are staying is reaching pretty far.
Posted by Doc J on 2006-06-28:
Random, crank calls are normal occurances in even the finest hotels. You mention the price/night. It would appear you're using the incident to position yourself for a bargain rate. Interestingly, some people would be equally "offended" on the grounds of 'privacy' if Days Inn kept a log of all room-to-room calls. The post strikes me as an all out assault on Mt. Molehill.
Posted by miketech on 2006-06-28:
Sounds more like a job for the police than hotel staff.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-28:
Also, keeping the light on the rest of the night isn't going to do you any good. My husband and I were interrupted at a decent hotel by someone pulling the fire alarm. I went back to sleep as soon as we found out it was kids pulling a prank. Best to be armed when you are in unfamiliar territory. We always are!
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-28:
Keep the phone off the hook?
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-28:
Mrs. M. quite good advice, considering most of us have mobile phones. Spending the evening with your honey? You really don't need to be disturbed...LOL
Posted by DORCAS on 2006-06-28:
My mortgage is $900.00 a month and I've gotten this type of phone call more than once before. I haven't though
of having the bank make ammends for this. Hmmm. Is this your first prank call? Hopefully your future husband will learn to make to feel safe so you can sleep at night.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-29:
Hey Dorcas, what are you wearing right now?
Posted by DORCAS on 2006-06-29:
sheriff:AAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!!! I'm calling my bank right now. (OH, a tank top and jammie bottoms )
Posted by Sarah Dubin on 2008-11-01:
I agree that the guest services are awful... as we had a horrible experience and are so outraged...i resent being treated poorly by the days inn, but ofcourse they are over reaching themselves... if you have facebook, join the group: boycott the days inn. I want everyone to know how horrible they really are!!!
Posted by LORI on 2011-05-22:
I ALSO WORK AT A DAYS INN IN IDAHO. I APOLOGIZE FOR DAYS INN EMPLOYEES ANYWHERE.
HOWEVER I AM SORRY TO SAY THAT WE AT THE FRONT DESK IN FACT DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO WHO CALLS WHO IF ITS FROM A ROOM TO A ROOM. MOST HOTELS HAVE A PHONE SYSTEM WHERE THE ROOM NUMBERS LIGHT UP IF THE PHONE IS IN USE. THE PHONES AT DAYS INNS ARE JUST SWITCHBOARDS THAT SAY THE ROOM NUMBER ONLY IF IT CALLS THE FRONT DESK. SOME HOTELS HAVE A PRINTER CONNECTED TO THE PHONE SO THEY CAN BILL LONG DISTANCE CHARGES, BUT OURS DOESNT HAVE A PRINTER SO THERE REALLY IS NO WAY TO TELL. I HOPE THIS HELPS SOMEWHAT.
Posted by Randy on 2011-06-20:
I had a wedding to attend in St. Charles MO. and the Days Inn that I stayed in was nasty and disgusting. I wish you had a way to post pictures on your web site because I have some of my own that I would like to add.

In our room. the toilet was backed up and nasty.. the shower curtain had mold growing on the lower 12". In the room.. burned out light bulbs. What looked like baby food slung on the walls.. holes in the sheets.. water soaked carpeting that I found after I put on my dress socks for the wedding. Carpets were severely stained. Food on the floor between the night stand and the bed.. I was afraid to touch anything and after looking on line and seeing that hundreds of people have tried complaining to the Corp Office with no call back and any justification.. I figured I would just be wasting my time. Anyone who gets any type of discount after complaining should feel lucky Most that I have seen searching on line got nothing and were pretty much told you are S.O.L. I will NEVER, EVER stay at a Days Inn again. From what I've seen Nation Wide I'm surprised that they are sill in business. Management and owners obviously have no morals and values. STAY AWAY FROM DAY"S INN
Posted by J. D. Byrd on 2011-07-06:
I just spent a night on a bed that must have had a matress filled with golf balls. The shower was dirty, the door had a draft (in TX that means hot air) there was evidence the place had not been cleaned properly in months. Only thing working properly was the AC and again in TX that was a good thing. I will not stay at a Days Inn again.
Posted by Cindy on 2011-07-31:
We had a terrible experience ourselves at a Days Inn over the weekend. Can you give me the corporate office email and phone number? I have been looking and can't find it. Thank you and sorry for your horrible stay.
Posted by wow on 2012-01-21:
Days Inns take alot of wear and tear. The rates at most are very affordable. Carpets should be done once a year, bed sheets shouldnt be dirty. customer service should be friendly. But no motel runs back ground checks on their guests before they can check in and everyone bad doesnt have a certain look. Employees cant stand by your door while you sleep. They can guarantee the door locks.bad peolpe come from all walks of life now days. You shouldnt even have felt affended front desk couldnt do anything. All I have to say is all motels there are good and bad but all arent the same. In this past ecconomy its a wander that any Motel can even afford staff to work the desk and clean the rooms. Bottom line is you cant judge all motels the same.
Posted by not a rap fan on 2012-02-23:
There was a time when Days Inn motels were owned and run by people who were American. Now it seems they are under the management of people whose first home is outside the U.S. It has been my observation that these people frequently are more concerned about making money than providing decent, clean, safe, and economical operations. They simply don't have American values of cleanliness, proper upkeep of what's visible, and truly assisting guests.
Posted by Peggy S. on 2012-04-28:
Was refused a room due to my assist dog complete w/documents. I don't know who owns this franchise, but here in AMERICA an assist animal is even allowed to board an airplane right along with suicide bombers. This is against the law in the USA, someone NEEDS to address this!!!!!
Posted by ruby on 2012-06-14:
I always felt as if Days Inn was a good place to say until yeserday... My husband and i stayed atone in Covington,ky... the floor was so stained i was would not take my shoes off until i went to bed... the curtains were pinned together because the pull cord was broken, the sink taps were corroded,the tissue box was rusted, the chairs were filthy and worn out..and there were more many more things wrong...
No i did not complain to management as there was only one young girl working so what could she have done..... but believe it or not.. the bed was clean and comfortable...
but i will not stay at a Days Inn again...
Posted by Anna on 2012-06-30:
I had a similar experience at a Days in in Colorado springs on south circle. We literally found cat poop on the floor that had been there for several days. The front desk staff didn't care. I asked for a refund or at least a discount on my rate of 100$ a night. They refused because their manager was "out of town". The towels had hairs on them so we were afraid to use those, every room looked like it had either had a huge fight in it or been raided by police. The chain on the door was broken. We had to get 2 rooms becuase we were evacuees from a wildfire in our area. In the second room (the one with the several days old cat poop) the toilet didn't work. In the second room first it was so filthy I asked them for a new room, in the second room it was cleaner but we found a cigarrette butt under the bed, the beds both sunk in the middle and were very uncomfortable. I have called and reported this to their corporate office and am waiting to find out what happens. I am also having my bank dispute the charges. I wouldn't put someone I hated in this hotel. Staying there was a nightmare.
Posted by Debbie on 2012-07-14:
First of all you people who are critizing the customer for complaining are full of crap! You must be the staff she complained to. At the very least, as a CUSTOMER she should have been treated with respect by EVERY STAFF PERSON SHE SPOKE TOO. Paying $225. a night for a room at any motel/hotel, anywhere, DEMANDS respect! If you worked for me you would have been fired immediately for being disrespectful. And I agree with her that I too will never stay at another Day's Inn ever again. I recently stayed at Day's Inn, North Ft. Jackson, in Blythewood, SC. There were no clean towels in the room and a dirty one hanging on the back of the bathroom door. My first thought was "I wonder if the tub was even cleaned." I doubt it, though I have no way of knowing for sure. The coffe pot had not been cleaned, the floors were stained, the walls were stained. I wonder how often the bedspreads get changed and washed. The sheets were never changed during our stay. I know because I always mark them with a small dot when we arrive. Another thing I always do is pull the sheets back and look for bedbugs. Luckily I've not come across any yet. When we went to the desk to tell them we had no clean towels and a dirty one had been left, we were simply handed towels across the counter. No one even offered to remove the dirty one. The TV reception was fuzzy, and 1 day after coming back from our days activity I found cleaning supplies left in the room. We were in the area for my son's graduation from bootcamp. Granted we didn't pay near what the other lady paid, but I'm saddened that this is how families of the men and women who are going off to serve our country are treated. And from what I'm reading this is standard service across the nation. Day's Inn used be a respectable chain. No more. Get the buck, that's all Day's Inn seems to care about. Thanks to Gordon Ramsey's new show "Hotel Hell", from now on, I'm taking a black light with me to every hotel I stay in. If it's as dirty as I feel that Day's Inn was, I'm demanding a refund on the spot!
Posted by Betty on 2012-07-19:
I would like to say staying at a Days Inn was the worst hotel I ever been in. This Days Inn was in Huber Heights Dayton, OH. The pics that they advertise on their website are false. They show a pic of their pool with a jacuzzi which they do not have, because it has been filled in with concrete, rooms with jacuzzi they do not have they have. they have handicap showers with hand made wooden benches,dirty carpets,holes in their bed sheets,stained pillows and cases,stained chairs,k-9 units circling their parking lot, also hookers and johns in the parking lot. So my advice to anyone wanted to stay at a Days Inn don't stay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by DK on 2012-07-24:
We stayed at a Days Inn in Colorado Springs on S Circle Drive, of the 5 rooms booked 3 had issues
Posted by On2beheard on 2013-01-26:
Spokane Days Inn had to be the dirtiest! I understand that the rates are reasonable, but there should be NO REASON for dirty. I had man "stuff" on the floor by the door and a wad of toilet paper stuck to the ceiling above the bed. Nothing says YUCK better than that! I have asked for a 1 night refund (I had driven 7 hours to get into a town that was having a huge concert and no rooms anywhere were available). They did change my room after I went to the counter and complained (they also rented my room to another guest...so I had a midnight visitor and slammed him in the face with the door...then the front desk called my room to see who was in there!) UGH!
Posted by takeittochurch on 2013-02-21:
I work at the Days Inn.... You should be more worried about the mold in the walls and carpet. Last month an elderly woman staying at a Days Inn in Maplewood was rushed to the hospital for breathing problems.....
Posted by Lisa on 2013-07-04:
I just stayed at days inn in Hollywood. Plenty to complain about but biggest thing was no hot water!! Traveled 5 hours and then went to Universal in 105 degree heat. Came back to room with kids to shower and go get food but NO HOT WATER! Their solution was a $20 discount on a $200 room. Will never stay at this chain again!!
Posted by angelann on 2013-08-12:
I was traveling with my grandchildren coming back from visiting in Georgia. I was exhausted and we saw that there was a Days Inn right outside of Richmond. I had stayed in many Days Inns years ago and I guess I expected them to be the same. The hallway reaked of smoke (I asked for non-smoking). The room looked clean but it was far from it. It had no phone to contact the front desk, a filthy tub, no trash can, no tissues, not enough towels and not even a working ice machine . There were three other buildings apparently under renovations and a pool that was being renovated. When you are traveling with two children and lug everything up to the second floor and then find you have no phone to call the front desk you just put up with it. I have an older cell phone so I could not find a number to call them. The girl at check out just said that that was the way things were. If there was not a clean white mat in the tub we would have not been able to shower, the tub was black all around the mat and the spigot could not have been cleaned in a long time. I have contacted Days Inn but have had no response from them. I will never stay in a Days Inn again and before I pay for a room again I will ask to see it. I feel spending the extra money to stay at a Comfort Inn (like we did prior to that) or a hotel would have been worth it, for peace of mind as well as cleanliness.
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IInfectious pool; dirty establishment; lousy service
Posted by Rhondajc18 on 09/13/2003
ALTON, ILLINOIS -- Three of us stayed at the Days Inn in Alton, IL, from Aug. 23-28.

Where to start?
The swimming pool. All three of us ended up with ear infections as a result of swimming in the pool, requiring each of us to make a trip to the local emergency room. (We swam nowhere else or used water for bathing anywhere else during our stay.) We called the state health department.

An attempted break-in to our room at 9 a.m. on a weekeday that the manager casually dismissed as a mistake by another guest. He offered no follow up either through internal security or through the local police department.

And then there was the condition of the room itself: In real need of paint; carpet that had all of us keeping our shoes or socks on the entire time we were there; pillows with an odor that had us putting T-shirts over them to sleep on.

Next was the incredibly bad maid service: for 4 straight days we had to leave notes for the maids to either leave us towels or soap or both.

Repeated attempts to contact the general manager and owner have been ignored.

     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2003-09-13:
I was one of the 3 refrenced above. My ear infection was so severe that it turned into cellulitous and I am STILL receiving treatment. This appearently was not a swimming pool we were porvided with, but a swill hole brimming with bacteria, a complete cess-pool.
In addition, the literature in the room say's "If we fail to live up to Mr. Days commitment to quality we will gladly refund a portion of your stay."
After numerous complaints to the Alton Ill. Days Inn in addition to complaining to the copporate head office, we have received no refund whatsoever even though the conditions at this hotel were deplorable.
We have also had substantial expenses for hospital treatment, medecations and doctors visits.

Posted by Anonymous on 2003-09-19:
Thanks for the warning. I will no longer spend my money with Days Inn.
Posted by keyjockey on 2005-06-01:
Unless the hotel filled the pool with gallons of bottled water I would think it would be the city's fault for the condition of the water and not the hotel's. You should have the EPA look into the city's water supply.
I'm sure every night in any hotel someone confused as to what room they're in tries putting keys in the wrong door. You should always use your dead bolt. Had they actually opened the door with the key they had then I would agree with you on security and calling the police. The hotel should have refunded you a portion of your stay especially if such a policy is clearly written in the room. I think the logic of some hotels is that such policies can be used by scammers who just want something for nothing.
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Unhappy with our stay at Days Inn in Jonesboro, GA.
Posted by on 12/09/2001
JONRSBORO, GEORGIA -- On November 30, 2001 we checked in to the Jonesboro, GA Days Inn located on Old Dixie Hwy. Upon checking in we were sent to one room where the heating and air conditioner did not work. We returned to the office only to be sent to 7 other rooms, some missing linens, pillows and light bulbs, others where the air conditioner and heating unit were also broken. Finally the last unit we looked at was okay, but the remote was missing so we had to go to another unit and get a remote. We checked into this hotel originally at 9:30 p.m., we were not able to get settled into a room until aproximately 10:45 p.m.

To help keep me as a potential future customer, I would like the following:

I would either like my money back or since we travel quite a bit we would be willing to stay at another Days Inn for no charge.

At the very least I would like a response from your company regarding this incident. Thank you for your time.
     
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Don't Stay at Days Inns
Posted by GmaJen on 10/01/2007
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI -- We stayed at Days Inn St. Louis on Lindbergh; a nightmare of errors. We got a key to a room that was already occupied. New room wasn't cleaned we had to request it. We were assigned a room next to the fitness center (open 24-hrs day & noisy), pool was much too cold to swim. Was promised heat would be turned up in pool on Friday. Four days later it was still too cold to swim. Room flooded with overflowing toilet. They put mattress pads on the floor so we wouldn't have to walk on soggy wet carpet. It was very difficult for us to move a wheelchair over piles of mattress pads. Upon checkout I started to explain (again) the difficulties we had, but I was told we would get no further discount because we already had a senior discount.

This is how they treat seniors? No response to my letter from corporate. After three complaints I got a $20 off voucher for another Days Inn stay. HA - NO WAY! I would not trust ANY Days Inn again.

     
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Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Sorry to say but Days Inn's have slipped to one of the worst chains around these days. I think it's because Days Inn has let the Indian Patel families take over most of their properties. They are a dirty bunch and put nothing into their properties just yank all the cash they can out of them.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
superbowl, if by "has let the Indian Patel take over most their properties" you mean that people with the last name of Patel have purchased many Days Inn properties then you'd be right. You do realize that Patel is one the most frequent surnames on the planet earth and not all the Days Inn Patels are related to each other much like not everybody with the last name of Jones is related. What in the world does being 'Indian' have to do with anything other than trying to fan a flame of prejudice. I'm speechless.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Stay speechless. I worked as a supplier to the hospitality industry for many years. In the 1970's Patel's started showing up in the USA buying up run down hotel/motel properties. They ran them further into the ground and took every dime they could out of them. They were chronic late pays on their bills, as soon as one supplier cut them off they would jump to the next. Their health and cleanliness standards were way below what American's were used to. As soon as they got $10,000 together they would send for another family member to live and work at the property.

If you would bother to do some homework rather than attacking all of my posts you would find everything I am saying to be fact. The Patel name is common in India which is why there are so many of them running dirty run down properties today. Do some homework and stop stalking my posts. You must have better things to do with your time?


Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
superbowl - Face it you have a chip on your shoulder towards people descendant from India. You're only problem with the so-called Patel syndicate is that they are Indian which in your own words equates to 'a dirty bunch'. Narrow minded ignorant racism - plain and simple. I'm not attacking your posts per se -- It's your racially motivated intolerance that I have no tolerance for, Skippy.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Check your facts, skippy.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Stew, there are thousands of Patel complaints, here is a general example, also as a group they do not pay their bills:

User Reviews for Ramada Inn ChicopeeResearch
for Ramada Inn Chicopee.
357 Burnett Rd., Chicopee, MA

By Jennifer S. from Poughkeepsie, NY

Nothing... it was very dirty and unsafe.. disgusting and a waste on money.

Clothes from last renters were still left in room dirty used q-tips found in room had to file incident report -daughter injured leg on metal rods.

“Dirtiest place ever stayed at in my 38 years of travel... very unsafe hotel and management did nothing to fix situation... they haven't even returned my 5 phone calls I've left for the owner MR. Patel very unprofessional. traveled with 5 other families and they all left Friday night with the loss of paying for one nights stay. I'm not a wealthy person and couldn't afford losing a nights fee or the time to try to find another hotel in the area at 7:30 in the evening very disgusted with the hotel. Trip was very unpleasant.”

Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Don't worry Super, Stew will find out first hand.
Patel to bring Days Inn to north Tulsa
Journal Record, The (Oklahoma City), Jul 6, 2007 by Kirby Lee Davis
Over the next 15 days, new owner Pete Patel intends to transform Tulsa's former La Quinta Airport Inn into a Days Inn.

This would fill a void in the chain's five-hotel lineup for Oklahoma's second-largest city, the closest sitting four miles from Tulsa International Airport. At 35 N. Sheridan Rd., Patel's hotel stands about half that distance. It also will represent the only Days Inn in the north Tulsa market and Interstate 244 corridor.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
PDF]UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
Days Inns further states that “B. Patel does not deny actual notice of a lawsuit ... (“Days Inns”). Appellant and his brother (Mukesh Patel) each own 33 1/3 ...

www.ca6.uscourts.gov/opinions.pdf/06a0150p-06.pdf
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Thanks Lid's. When the local paper posts an article about the dirty run down Day's Inn in Tulsa run by another Patel we need to be sure to send Stew a copy.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Cool, you two know how to google,copy and paste but interestingly enough no relevance to my point. Not all the Days Inn proprietors with the last name of Patel are related and the fact they are descendant from India has no relevance to the condition of the hotels.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Your right Stew, there are thousands of Patel's running dumpy hotels and motels a lot of them being Day's Inn. Your 100% correct, they are not all related. In fact no one said they were so what's your point? Patel "families" are running these filthy establishments. And yes the Patel name is from India, we have known that for 40 years, so what's your point? The issue is a large number of hotel/motels are run by Indian's with the surname Patel and a large block of these properties are dumps. Now stay on the subject.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
superbowl - I knew I was right, cooter, I just couldn't figure out why you blew a head gasket over my comment.

Why do you hold such animosity towards descendants from India?
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Well Stew maybe it's this guy?
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• Washington D.C. Metro Area
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Programmer Analyst at FPL
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Valuation Analyst at Houlihan Smith
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Portal Engineer at Seyfarth Shaw LLP
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• India
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IT Production Support Associate
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Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Stew really I don't think you had a point now isn't that the real point?
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
There you go again, who said I hold animosity? I was making a point from facts I know first hand from formerly being in the business on the supplier side:

1. Patel's own a large number of run down properties.
2. They do not pay their bills very well.
3. Patel's hail for the most part from India.
4. Patel's have been taking over low end properties since the 1970's.

Does that sound raciest? I think not. I have some very good friends from India and hold no animosity towards any race, religion or creed. I attend many inter faith services every year, how many have you been to lately?
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Cooter? Is that another Oklahoma thing? Was that some sort of a put down? You have called me a few names now that make little if any sense outside of Oklahoma. I think you make them up as you go?
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Got it Stew, found Cooter, you seem to have thrown a very racist remark my direction used by our African friends?

"Cooter stems from kuta, the word for turtle in the Bambara and Malinké languages, brought to America by African slaves."
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Super, Cooter is the guy from the Dukes of Hazard, which is in Norman, OK. That is where Stew first encountered Bigfoot and they became good and smelly friends. It's just a Stew thing and I wouldn't take it so personally you know Stew hasn't got laid since Sue dumped him for a truck driver, he's just frustrated.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Lid's, I know but were having some fun now. I have ignored the whole Big Foot thing as I would not even know how to address that one. LOL
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Super, all you have to know is when he starts in on ZZ about the lions in Denver (which is true) just remind him about Bigfoot in OK. Stew is really a Bigfoot hunter on the weekends and that’s why we don’t here from him then.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Eileen must be out there in the wild's with him?
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-10-01:
Did the Dukes of Hazard ever stay at a Days Inn ?
<;O)
Posted by keyjockey on 2007-10-01:
I wonder if these "Patels" return home to India and complain about how they stayed at some other hotel chain beside Days Inn and were disgusted by how much cleaner they were. Are they as prejudice demanding to know if its American owned?
Posted by GmaJen on 2007-10-02:
As a matter of fact, the Days Inn in St. Louis (Lindbergh) used to be run by Indians. Several rooms were filled with relatives who lived there. I never saw them working; assume they just lived there for free because they were related to the owners. Days Inns now have a lousy reputation, and the corporate office doesn't care one bit.
Posted by jktshff1 on 2007-10-02:
Cooter is a town in southern MO.
In some part of the country is is also slang for a woman's private parts..thanks lid now I know why!lol
Posted by bargod on 2007-10-02:
Thanks guys I forget the story,but these reviews/comments have made my day.
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Unsafe Hotel and Unresponsive Staff
Posted by Bshelley on 06/08/2006
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE -- I traveled to Knoxville for an extremely important business presentation. I arrived Thursday night and stayed at the Days Inn near the Knoxville Airport. The room was acceptable.

At 2AM, I was awoken by a group of thuggishly-dressed adult males (8-10) running from car to car in the Hotel Parking Lot trying to break in. I called the office and insisted that management call the police. Nothing happened. I called again after 30 minutes. Again, nothing happened. I ended up not sleeping for the rest of the night in fear that they would break into my car and/or the room. (I am an Army veteran - still there was no way I was going to go out there) At checkout, management pretended that nothing happened.

It turns out that this Hotel shares the parking lot with one of those druggy hotels where everything goes and they choose to ignore disturbances. I lost a potential life-changing software contract the next day in some part due to a look of exhaustion.

Days Inn had a good ring in my mind prior to this stay. Now, I will never stay in a Days Inn again. I recommend that you avoid this Hotel at all costs - stay at the Airport Hilton for $50 more - it is worth it.

     
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Posted by Hugh_Jorgen on 2006-06-08:
Why not call the police yourself?
Posted by spiderman2 on 2006-06-08:
Thats what I was thinking.
Posted by Timboss on 2006-06-08:
911
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-08:
Disturbing.
Posted by Doc J on 2006-06-08:
But, a Marine would have gone out there and kicked some rear. Oooooraaahh.
Posted by batzion7 on 2006-06-08:
Days Inn falls into a catagory of low class motels that I would stay away from if at all possible. I was a motel manager at one time and I saw, first hand, what goes on. Resort areas are the worst. As a manager my hands were tied....all the owner wanted was the bottom line $$$$$. I had to quit the one (Days Inn)because they wanted desk clerks to "play rates." That means....sell the room at the highest rate possible. It goes like this.....when a clerk sees an older person walk in they should know that a senior citizen discount has arrived...sooo a $74.00 room will be qouted at $84.00 to that customer. They then pay full price and do not know it. On week-ends clerks are to call the other motels in town...if they are all full or only have one or two rooms let the $74.00 room now goes up as much as double.
To report this to corporate is a joke..they know and they do no care.
That is just one example...there are many things that if the public knew they would do what I did...I bought a motor home!
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-06-08:
Disturbing..... very bad
Posted by Slimjim on 2006-06-08:
I agree too with Hugh, if I saw them trying to break into cars, I would have call the police myself stat. Especially with my own car in the lot.
Posted by DORCAS on 2006-06-09:
I would think if you were intelligent enough to come up with life changing software you would be smart enough to call 911 all by yourself. Why wait for the manager to call?
Posted by miketech on 2006-06-09:
I live in Knoxville. What Days Inn was it out of curiosity?
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Check In time ...Beware ! They will tell you anything.
Posted by BeeVee on 09/10/2004
BROOKVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA -- When checking into the Inn for a room on 9/4/04
in Brookville Pa. We were told they only had 3 rooms left. All were single bed. We needed another roll away bed we informed them. We have them available,@xtra charge... and we'll send one right up. An hour later we called still no bed.Sorry we were told, our maid have given them all out. It's now 10:30 PM Sat night no other rooms in the area.Cell phoned other Motels. We
were going to have to make the best of it. Split the bed to box and mattress,make two beds. A call
to the front desk, we need sheets, pillow and a blanket.Uh guess what, 2 blankets, no sheets, no
pillow. Yes the hotel was full, but absolutely
no help from the Manager or night staff there.
And very rude to us.
Beware of Days Inn @ Brookville Pa.
Don't believe a word they say at check in.
If your room is not a perfect match to your
needs, Don't let them ruin your nights sleep.

Do you think they would offer a discount?
Guess again.
Want them to plan you wedding or party?

This place definitely SUX!

     
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Posted by Aember24 on 2004-09-10:
so i'm confused ..they told you they only had a single bed room to begin with and you asked for a roll away they adv dn have anymore ..apologized b/c the maid gave them all away and they were definently experiencing high amount of visitors so what was expected of them at this point go down to local walmart and purchase more sheets? I'm sorry but it sounds like you were lucky to get a room this night in PA. And since other hotels were booked probably would have been the same there
Posted by compwiz on 2004-09-13:
That sounds 100 times nicer than some of the Days Inns I have seen.
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Excellent Overnight stay.Polite, Friendly Staff, Clean Rooms and a Good Breakfast at a Fair Rate.
Posted by Longgeo on 03/27/2014
An excellent place to stay, older but well-kept.
     
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We Had to Keep Switching Rooms
Posted by Llagrebien on 03/07/2014
LEBANON, TENNESSEE -- We went to room108 and the bed was not made, no linens to make the bed.We were switched to room 110.WE moved the suitcases in and went to eat.The TV did not work and some of stations cannot be found, We watching a basketball game it was so blurry you could not see the ball in air.I complained and room 228 on the other side of building.I went [there] to see if the T-v worked and we packed up all suitcases and moved.The the storm came in.This was all unsettling.It was under Mary Neibergall by Discover 2-20-14.MY account[snip] thanks Mary Neibergall
1009 Miss Belle, Excelsior Springs Mo 64024
     
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Posted by FoDaddy19 on 2014-03-07:
Couldn't they have sent someone to simply make the bed in the first room or was that not an option?
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New Policy of Living Less Than 100 Miles
Posted by Kjugar92 on 01/13/2014
ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA -- We live in the mountains. My husband had a early morning appointment at the VA hospital. Instead of traveling dangerous curvy roads in the AM morning hours in the darkness, we decided to leave the day before and stay at Days Inn which we have done in the past. They are only 5 minutes away from the VA. They would not give us a room because we live within 100 miles. There loss and Days Inn no matter where is now off our list. We stayed at a Holiday Inn and staff was great.
     
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Nasty, Unclean, Lack Of Pride For There Own Place
Posted by Maevail12 on 12/03/2013
MAPLEWOOD, MINNESOTA -- We paid for a room and when first opened door to room I sat on I think it was a chair waiting for my husband to park the car, up in the corner of room was a HUGE cob web (really!!! No way this could have been missed ) the carpet was stained and black, sticky. I could not set my bags down for fear what I might find in them when I left, I never made it to look at the beds how ever I knew I would not be sleeping in them . and the picture on the wall had no glass in it . .it had been busted out and put back on the wall! When my husband came in we went to front desk let them know how very NASTY and uncaring their place had become since it was sold to them . I was a housekeeper at that very place and I can't understand what in the world how the Days Inn even allows these places to represent them ! That was a 5 star hotel we cared how people thought and felt . What are they paying their housekeepers and staff because it is not worth min wage . And the one thing good we left with. .. .. . OUR MONEY!
     
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