NEWPORT, TEXAS -- Stayed at Days Inn in Newport, TN (1014 Cosby Highway). The bathroom was so moldy that the ceiling and walls looked like they were ready to cave in. Stayed for about 5 hours. Got sick as a dog from the mold and it completely ruined my vacation. Ended up in the Best Western Hotel right across the street which was gorgeous but since I got sick at the Days Inn had to go back home. So much for a nice vacation! Never will I stay at a Days Inn again! I'm planning to call corporate and the board of health to file a complaint!1 Replies - Latest reply on 06/20/2012Add reply
PAINTSVILLE, KENTUCKY -- We stayed at the Days Inn in Paintsville, Ky. This is by far the worst place we have ever stayed in. When we got there we could immediately tell they gave us 2 smoking rooms when we booked 2 non smoking ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 06/19/2012
Not bad, but a bit overpriced
LURAY, VIRGINIA -- I was in town for the wedding of a relative. Luray is a small town so there not a huge selection of hotel/motels to choose from. I went with Days Inn as it seemed to be one of the nicer choices available. ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 06/05/2012
SANDSTON, VIRGINIA -- It was my bad luck that I got some misunderstanding with my boyfriend. I had to stay Richmond one more night. I called Days Inn, the clerk made my reservation right away like in magic way. He was so polite and kind. I requested very quiet and descent room. Normally near the airport it is very hard to find a good motel. Room was very comfortable, clean and quiet room. I enjoyed with bunch of channel even though I was out of my mind on that night. Next morning I found my car out of battery. One more time clerk help me out so nicely. I really appreciate all staffs Manager, clerk. I would stay here again. 1 Replies - Latest reply on 06/02/2012Add reply
2901 W. BUSCH BLVD. TAMPA, FLORIDA -- We recently stayed at this motel from May 3rd to May 7, 2012. Where do I begin?
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Window to room was cracked and not repaired. Door Key worked, sometimes, the door appeared to have been kicked in at one time, not repaired. The carpet and bathroom floors were filthy. We had to call the front desk twice (on 2 different days to get our room serviced. The bathtub drain was plugged, I had to remove paper from the drain myself. Sink water handle was broken.
Bathroom walls and molding need repair. Outside fire-extinguisher is broken. Complaints to the front desk were ignored, except for the weekend manager, who actually took the time to see that our room was cleaned and serviced, for our last night there.
Other clientel not optimum guest.
In all, it was not worth the price, it was somewhat inexpensive, but I thought because it was part of a national chain and had some amenities I wanted, it would be OK. Well it wasn't. My advise, pay a little more and go to a cleaner and more hospitable motel, there are plenty in this area of Florida.
Room was NASTY! Bugs, nasty bedding, pool nasty, door damaged. 1 Replies - Latest reply on 04/19/2012Add reply
ORLANDO, FLORIDA -- This is a report on a recent stay at Days Inn, 11639 East Colonial Drive, Orlando, Florida 32817.
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The room assigned to me and my 97-year old mother was categorized as a “smoke-free bedroom suite”. The standards by which a suite is defined were not met. The smell of cigarette smoke was apparent the minute I entered. There were large stains on the carpet. The bathroom had bugs in it. The tub was without a drain. The toilet did not flush properly and backed up. The price of this “smoke-free bedroom suite” was $149. I usually stay at a Hampton Inn, which is pristine clean and impeccably appointed, for less money than this.
When we arrived in Orlando, we were unaware that there were special weekend university activities going on in town. Therefore, it was a challenge to get a room. There were no options for accommodations. This was the only room available to us. Shame on the owner. Shame on the management. Shame on people who misrepresent, especially when the health and well-being of a 97-year old is at stake.
Blame the handicapped child
KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE -- Had to stay at Days Inn, because the Holiday Inn Express was not available. Upon entering the facility my family, including my handicapped daughter was greeted by a big barking dog. And EVERYTIME we ... read full review5 Replies - Latest reply on 05/23/2012
Used to stay here overnight often, but, the other day when my family and I were there it was different. The regular workers weren't there. Service was horrible without them. The new workers were rude and awful. I won't stay there unless the same familiar faces we were accustomed to are back. Add reply
On Monday 2/6/2012 I stayed at the London Ky Days Inn. It was 39 degrees out and heater was shut off when we arrived and after 8 hours room was only 10 degrees warmer. No hot breakfast and too cold to take a shower. We slept with our clothes on and will not return. Also no remote for the TV so could not adjust channels T. Crowl 1 Replies - Latest reply on 02/09/2012Add reply
SEATLLE, WASHINGTON -- I checked into your hotel room on sat December 31st and left January 2nd and on sat January 7th I realized that our camcorder was missing so I phoned the Days Inn and all I got was a rude employee ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 06/13/2013
GRAYLING, MICHIGAN -- I was quite miffed to learn I was charged $1.50 for the digital safe in my room. I did not request it nor was I expecting it. It's presumptuous for Days Inn to assume their guests need this or will even use it.
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What in the world justifies this amenity as an extra charge in contrast to the microwave, refrigerator, hair drier, iron and ironing board or washable TV remote control, which are not? Why not generate even more income by furnishing each room with a treadmill for $10.00 per night or massage chairs for $15.00?
I've stayed in many other hotels with digital safes and there was no charge; how do they manage that? At the VERY least, these safes should all be deactivated on arrival and then activated only when and IF requested and THEN added onto the bill. THIS sounds like a much more reasonable plan, obviously never thought of.
As is often the case, it's NOT the money but rather the principal.
AMARILLO, TEXAS -- This is old I know, but we checked in 10-28-11 for one night. The room looked clean, BUT a closer look ( because my wife dropped something)under the foot rest was candy and a lot of dust, so I looked around closer and every place I looked where it would require moving something to vacuum was dirty. I mentioned it to an employee, later they offered to move us, but if one room was that bad what is the use of moving.
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On 12-10-11 we stayed at 1440 S Craycroft Rd. , Tucson, AZ. . That place is a dump. Dirty, Cold, had to stand on the bed to turn on the heat and it must of had a limit to the setting. Never again. The A. F. base should restrict there people from staying there.
Now the one in Phoenix, AZ on 26th. Ave OK
Days Inn RIPOFF
BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK -- I am a victim of a flood and forced to live at a motel long-term. I have been at the Days Inn 65 Front St., Binghamton, NY and ben there six weeks now. and I am extremely disappointed and angry at their ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 12/25/2011
This hotel has bed bugs! Stay somewhere else. 3 Replies - Latest reply on 09/29/2011Add reply
MIAMI, FLORIDA -- Now I know that the Days Inn Miami international does not have complimentary breakfast. Not the worst part......there is an attached restaurant you can eat at, but walking in it's smelly and very dirty, and $1.50 for a coffee. Please help me understand how Days Inn can associate themselves with that filth. We went to the gas station for food and coffee. Sad when you'd rather eat at a gas station than a restaurant.1 Replies - Latest reply on 08/13/2011Add reply