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The best Days Inn we stayed at in 5 nights of road trip! The room was adequate and the bed was comfy. Continental b'fast was ample with omelets, yogurt and waffles. Coffee was the best of all the places we stayed on the road.
A group of 17 of us stayed at this Days Inn for E Nationals for slow pitch softball so we knew the room selection was going to be few and far between. What we didn't realize was, even though we booked over 2 months in...More
In a good location, needs TLC and exterior update. Room was okay, adequate for a overnighter. Lots of restaurants and stores in the area. Beautiful historic homes not far to see.
Breakfast wasn't the best, adequate for a on the go road. Staff friendly enough.
The room was comfortable, only problem our toilet overflowed, however they cleaned up everthing immediately. Service was ok, however breakfast was disappointing, as there was bearly anything left only got a coffee and and slice of toast, even though there still half an hour to...More
Extremely over priced. Wondering how this is allowed to be a Wyndham property. It is very poor. Walls are paper thin. Doors don't seal shut. Non-smoking room smells like smoke.
Mr Days would be ashamed to see his name on this place.
Response from Peter L | Property representative | Reviewed this property |
Sir, when you first checked in we asked you for your Driver License. With the driver license we just swipe it like a CC and its gets added to your folio. You indicated to my front desk staff that you do not have a driver... More
Sir, when you first checked in we asked you for your Driver License. With the driver license we just swipe it like a CC and its gets added to your folio. You indicated to my front desk staff that you do not have a driver license and only a passport. That is why we had to manually scan it.
As a customer you should value that we value safety for our guest above everything else, and do not rent to just anyone.
I can not speak for Days Inn Kansas City, and can only speak for my hotel and my business. I follow guidelines to ensure safety for everyone which include's my guest and my staff. You may want to call the Liberty police drug / task force as they encourage all hotels to follow this practice. This is one of the main reason's why Liberty area/ community is a very safe place. This kind of practice keeps away customers who are up to no good. Accusing us for identity theft is a very big accusation which I do not appreciate.
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"Ummm I was scared of the stairs so be very careful"