We stayed at the Days Inn over St. Patrick's Day weekend. It was spring break at PSU. We stayed on the upper floor. ( no pet rooms) The room and bathroom was small, but it was clean and fine for a weekend. Unfortunately it was an adjoining room with only one door between. The people who stayed in that room were loud, disruptive, inconsiderate, rude, etc..... I would suggest a non adjoining room. The manager could not be more understanding when I told her about our stay and she compensated us which was not necessary. ( She had asked, so I told her the truth) I would definitely give it a try again due to the cleanliness, proximity, and most importantly the staff. Also, I would make sure we do not have an adjoining room. I understand it is a college town, but when you stay at a hotel you must have respect for others that also are staying there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The 2016 Days Inn brand Hotel of the Year. Our location, in the heart of downtown State College, allows for walking to all points on the Penn State campus, restaurants/bars and shopping. We offer free covered parking, free Wi-Fi service, an award winning restaurant, Mad Mex, beautiful atrium, oversized indoor pool, free lobby coffee 24hrs/day and free airport shuttle. The Days Inn Penn State offers absolutely everything one would need when visiting State College. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Days Inn State College Hotel State College
- State College Days Inn