The room was clean and perfect for what we needed-just to sleep there and warm up leftovers for lunch. The microwave and fridge were nice to have. This is a good place to stay!
Old fashioned court style motel, so very secure parking and no street noise despite being right in a major busy road. The room was small but was built when quality construction mattered and the bathroom had real porcelain fixtures, not the cheap plastic ones. The staff were wonderful, helpful and always greeted us with a smile. The mattress looked and felt new. The AC was nice and cold. Nothing not to love.
The room was VERY clean and though basic, was everything we needed for an overnight stay along our route. The owner takes pride in keeping an excellent inn and is helpful way beyond what would be expected. Highly recommended.
I loved how clean it was everything looked wonderful in the rooms. The person at the desk was very rude, I asked him a question I swore he rolled his eyes, because he didn't like the fact he had to repeat his self. Upon me leaving the counter I said to my sister he's very rude, and I wish Days Inn had some rooms, cause we wouldn't have been here. That's the way he made me feel, because of his attitude.
The renovated room was nice! Stale/smokey smell in the room. Dog barking at all hours and you can hear EVERYTHING on hardwood floors above you, bed was like a board, flat pillows, and no shower supplies available except towels.
Nice clean rooms energy efficient . Don't expect basic greetings or an inviting smile. Not sure if it was because it was late or because it was too early, (when not front desk) no English but I think they know basic greetings, or default because we are black. I work in Hospitality currently, these things just seem like they should be commonplace even if guest are uninviting or dead you lose nothing in being polite which is part of being hospitable.