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A friend of mine, older lady who’s been very ill and recently lost her only child in a gruesome crash, made a reservation at Days Inn in Bend to get out of the 105 degree heat. She was quoted 100/night. She went there to check...More
Nice hot breakfast. Friendly staff. Good for the price. Better than the one in burns. Room was clean which is the main thing I look for. Easy parking. Has a swimming pool but did not use it or the exercise room.
Nothing real fancy but very comfortable. My only complaint is, the room had an over-powering perfumy smell. Way to much air freshner.
The desk personell were plesant and hospitable. The breakfast had all the normal selections; hot entrees and cold cereals, yogurts, etc. Overall we...More
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July , No reservation , stopped and asked if I could a room for two nights. Was surprised
they had some , I wanted two beds and downstairs , that's what I got , was clean and in a good location. Staff was excellent. Full...More
There's a really pretty section of Bend--beautiful landscaping, waterways, cool little shops and cafes. The Days Inn is in the other part--fast food places, ugly streets, just general crap. Bend is one of those places where everything costs more, and the Days Inn in Bend...More
Dear Traveler from Wyoming, Although this is not the best hotel in Bend it serves the purpose. It was clean, had a pool and hot tub and it was affordable. Is there a reason you didn't stay at the higher priced Fairfield or... More
Dear Traveler from Wyoming, Although this is not the best hotel in Bend it serves the purpose. It was clean, had a pool and hot tub and it was affordable. Is there a reason you didn't stay at the higher priced Fairfield or another fancier hotel? For the money I thought the Days in was fine. I admit it is in need of an upgrade at some point but in the future if you want to see a lesser site, ask me they exist. Did you enjoy Bend at all?