Ratings based on 354 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Pasadena California
Stay somewhere elsePosted Jul 23, 2015
Check in time was 2:00pm but the lobby doors were locked when I got there at 2:30pm and nobody was home. A sign said "just stepped out for a moment". I got gas and came back but still nobody. I called a number on the door and the person said he would send somebody right over. 30 minutes later someone came with no explanation or apology like they were doing me a big favor. Better off to stay 15 minutes down the road in Cedar City.
by A verified traveler
Don't stay!Posted Jul 15, 2015
A vicious cycle! This hotel stays in business because all the highway construction workers stay here; usually 4 to a room. It is their home away from home. Just like home, they hang out during the evening outside their rooms. They play loud music at 4:00 am while getting ready for work. Trucks start honking their horns at 5:00 am for all the workers, etc. Some lady brings a grill and cooks and sells food to them in the evening. At certain times no one is at the front desk (meaning they are not even at the hotel). They leave a note on the door with a cell phone number to call. When people call the cell phone number, the lady doesn't answer or just hangs up on you. Who doesn't keep someone at the hotel at all times? Don't even try checking in too early or too late because no one will be there to check you in and won't answer the cell phone. The hotel is making money but not willing to put the money back into the hotel. They leave everything broken but tell you it will soon be fixed. The pool is broken and has been for months. Same with the ice maker. They provide hardly anything for breakfast. They buy the bananas that are cheap because they are going bad. It is orange drink instead of orange juice, etc. Going as cheap as they possibly can. Once the workers move on, this place will be out of business. They better start putting some money back into this place instead of their pocket before there is no more money to be made. To the hotel owners: Good Luck!
by A verified traveler from Colorado
Reservations made on-line for overnight stayPosted Jul 6, 2015
Pros: Absolutely nothing
Cons: Crisp & clean bed linens; clean bedspreads; ...well, you name it - it should just be torn down.
Location: A small hometown cafe on Main Street=okay, but not very clean & don't think it's on the route for the "food patrol."
This is absolutely one of the worst places we've every stayed. Made on-line reservations for overnight stays x 2, i.e., driving from home to San Pedro, CA, & driving back home from San Pedro. This room was so bad that we "ate" the room charge for the return overnight stay (no cancellations or changes allowed for this on-line reservation). They should just tear down the Days Inn. We specifically selected the small town of Parawen as its web page indicated traditional fireworks at the local fairgrounds on July 4th which would have been our 2nd overnight stay at this Days Inn. We could not even bear the thought of its shabbiness to include dirty white bed sheets & pillow cases & something disgusting on the underside of the bed spread up by where your hands/arms/head might be. I would think the Days Inn would want to shut this place down.
by A verified traveler from Salt Lake City, UT
Posted Jul 4, 2015
When we first arrived, there was no one at the front desk to check us in so we waited for about 20 mins for someone to show up. Once we got settled in, we decided to put our swimsuits on and check out the pool...before we walked in, we noticed that the pool's surface consisted of an interestingly colored algae. Gross!! Everything else was alright, at least our room was clean. The complimentary breakfast was pretty disappointing (just cereal and bagels with no cream cheese or peanut butter) and no one behind the front desk 90% of the time. Staff were very nice, if you could find them!
by A verified traveler from Nevada
If you are thinking of booking this motel. Dont!Posted Jun 19, 2015
Cons: Complete makeover.
Location: Cute little town. Not much to do but very cute.
Parking lot filthy. Motel old, needs remodel. Dirty towels w/fish smell. Pink paint. Old bedding with burn holes in them in a non smoking room. HBO advertised but none. The ice machine does not work. No desk clerk most of the time. No drinking cups, no coffee cups, no hair conditioner. Air conditioner worked but so loud it was hard to sleep. Did not eat continental breakfast but I doubt there was one.
by A verified traveler
Price only good and no staff at night.Posted Jun 17, 2015
Pros: The price.
Cons: The staff and room amenity.
Location: Nothing. Just a transit point.
The Wi-Fi signals are really poor and no staff while night time (not safe).
by A verified traveler from utah
Worst hotel ever!!!Posted Jun 15, 2015
No one was in the office the entire time I stayed here. My key was taped to the door the night I got here then the next night would not work. Had to ask some lady in the parking lot for help who happened to have a master key. No shower curtain. Three hairs in bed. Men hung outside my room until 11:30 pm.
by A verified traveler
Troosteloze uitstraling. Minimaal ontbijt.Posted May 30, 2015
Hotel lag buiten het stadje; geen mooie locatie, wel dicht bij Nationale Parken zoals Zion en Bryce.
by A verified traveler from Salt Lake City
Closest hotel to Bryan HeadPosted May 11, 2015
Pros: Closest to where I needed to be for our activities.
Cons: Everything could be improved right down to the extremely this single-ply toilet paper. Towels were old. Breakfast was not worth it. Pool closed...
Location: Brian Head Ski Resort, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Parowan Gap petroglyphs, mountain lakes and streams
Beds were good... but that's where the good news stops. Heater was broken. Shower curtain sagged with water easily going to the floor. Hot tub and pool were down for service... again (they were both down during our previous stay also). Breakfast was anemic. Keys cancelled after one day of a two day stay. Hotel personnel difficult to find at the front desk. I've stayed at the Days Inn - Parowan on multiple occasions, and each stay is progressively worse. Probably will go to Cedar City next time.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Great locationPosted Apr 29, 2015 on Hotels
Just needed a place to stay overnight, but so this was an OK answer. However, it is in an amazingly beautiful location. I went outside around 8:30 and a herd of at least 25 does and fawns were grazing in the pasture next to the hotel. A couple of home-style restaurants nearby. I'd stay here again.