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Days Inn San Antonio Alamo/riverwalk
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Reviewed 9 July 2008

This is a review of the Days Inn at 902 E. Houston St., not to be confused with the other Days Inn in downtown SA.

If you are looking for a hotel where the furniture is so beat up that I wouldn't even put it in a yard sale, where there are multiple stains on the carpet and upholstery, where some bathtubs are pockmarked and the tile shows evidence of water damage, where the drains are nearly clogged and there is a trace of mildew on the shower curtain, where the towels are frayed at the edges--in short, if slum housing feels like home--then this may be the place for you.

In the room where I stayed, there were eight holes drilled in the top of the dresser, ostensibly to secure a long-gone TV. The air conditioner blows cold air right at the bed, which kept waking me up the first night, until I realized that the room would stay cool enough for hours with it turned off.

I don't think my room was unusual. I was allowed to inspect three rooms before choosing it. The first room had an undesirable chemical odor, which may have been masking an even-more-undesirable smell. The second room had the aforementioned pockmarked tub, with discolored grout.

I would not have booked or stayed here if downtown San Antonio had not been booked solid ... so full that repeated Priceline bids failed, up to $145 for a three-star hotel.

At an average rate, including tax, of more than $140/night, however, I suspect that few slum-dwellers could afford to stay here. Despite the fact that there was nothing wrong with the bed, that the drains were unclogged within a day when I reported them, that there were no billing or noise problems, and that all the personnel were pleasant enough, the many shortcomings earn this hotel the distinction of being the worst value for the money of anywhere I have stayed in my life.

  • Stayed: June 2008, travelled on business
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Thank TerryNA
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Reviewed 30 March 2008

We arrived to the Days Inn Alamo Riverwalk and checked in quickly, only to find that our rooms were in another building across two busy roads! There was parking available there however but it made it difficult when you wanted breakfast or towels.

The bathroom was quite dirty, there was a brown crust in the corners of the shower and there was clump of hair on our towels (see picture). The shower head was a massage type, but it was broken and could only spray hard pulsations of water.

The room was not sufficiently cleaned. There was a baby bottle cap in plain sight on the floor and another person's underwear in a drawer!

The floor was wet due to water leaking in from the air conditioner.

On our second day, we had to go back to the office acoss the busy roads to get our room key re-activated! There was another couple having the same problem and we had to wait for a good 15 minutes to do this.

Really the only good thing I can say about this place is the location. It was about a 7 minute walk to the Alamo and a 10 minute walk to the Riverwalk.

  • Stayed: March 2008, travelled with family
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Thank When-I-Go-I-Review
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Reviewed 3 March 2008

I have never expereinced a more pathetic, disgusting hotel in my life. I have traveled both internationally and nationally and can't believe that this hotel hasn't been shut down by the local health department for insect infestation. This review is only addressing the cleanliness factor, not the customer service or the state of the furniture in the rooms (we had two rooms). So wrong in so many ways. Do not stay at this roach motel. The location is excellent and the price was reasonable but I thought that the reviews mentioning the filth couldn't be true. I can't beleive that the Days Inn chain would allow such a disgrace of a hotel to be linked to their name. I understand the Days Inn is about a two star location but this is beyond substandard.

  • Stayed: March 2008, travelled on business
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1  Thank mosfro
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Reviewed 9 November 2007

The closeness to the Alamo and River Walk are a plus for this hotel. The 2 star review doesn't do it justice. The only problem that we had with the hotel was our door would not close on its own. Told them about it 3 or 4 times and nothing was done about it by the time we left. Was good for the money, and the proximity to the Alamo, River Walk, Tower of the Americas, & Rivercenter Mall!! Would stay again!!

  • Stayed: September 2007, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank shelly1023
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Reviewed 2 October 2007

Went for a quick getaway. This hotel is conveniently located and 1.5 blocks from Rivercenter Mall and the Alamo. The Beds were clean, the carpet dirty and the furniture run down. I wore my flip flops in the room. Not the end of the world. It was a little musty but it rains a lot and is pretty humid there. Shower curtain was torn, but repaired when I told them. They did have some good customer service and Marisol was very friendly and accomodating. I just wanted an inexpensive place to stay that was close to everything without paying an arm and a leg. The AC worked and the beds were comfortable and clean.. nuff said.

  • Stayed: September 2007, travelled solo
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1  Thank LouLasVegas
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