Beds seemed to have clean sheets but the sink was dirty and full of beard hair and the carpets looked as if they hadn't been vacuumed since the last guest and they could have used a good shampooing. Sink was plugged so I had to change rooms. I had pre-paid for a weeks lodging through Orbitz so I was stuck staying there. After two days of 'no housekeeping' I finally asked the front desk to please bring fresh towels and empty the garbage. That's all they did! Didn't vacuum, make the bed, etc. And to top it off, when I returned to the room that evening the door was left unlatched. I sneezed the whole time I was there. My guess is they don't change the filters. If you're hoping to use the pool... The pool and hot tub are out of service and the pool area is being used as a storage room. Bring plenty of clean clothes! The guest laundry has no washer, only a dryer. The continental breakfast was stale pastry and english muffins, stale cereal, and pre-cooked nasty egg patties. Only thing that appeared to be edible was waffles and mini-yogurt. Better off eating next door at McDonald's. Can't believe Days Inn would even allow their name on this place! Oh, and.... housekeeping is tacky enough to put an envelope in the rooms marked 'tip money'! LOL!
All we needed was a place to relax and stay the night and this was perfect. We stayed mid week and it was very quiet. It was a very reasonable price. The continental breakfast was just right.The staff was friendly. We would definitely stay here again.
Please include more soap bars in room. The breakfast room was very nice and the breakfast food was good as well. The staff were friendly and helpful too. It was nice to get a complimentary newspaper as well.
I stayed here because I needed something on the way back from Minneapolis. The Days in was just fine. It was reasonably priced, clean, free breakfast and wifi. Overall, a good stop when you don't need a fancy hotel, which is much of the time.