Ratings based on 644 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.2 out of 5
42% of guests recommend
2.4 Room cleanliness
2.6 Service & staff
2.2 Room comfort
2.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Bad Experience

Posted Apr 20, 2014
horrible breakfast which you could never expected with spoilt coffee machine. The worst hotel I had ever stay.
1 out of 5
by deb from tacoma wa

Worst ever

Posted Apr 18, 2014
Pros: Desk clerk was friendly enough and airport van service efficient
Cons: The room was cold, plumbing iffy, towel racks loose, no bathroom mat or cup, no blanket, corners poorly vacuumed, door latch loose... Awful
Location: Close to the airport was all I needed
I am not picky about accommodations but this was the worst place I've stayed in north America
1 out of 5
by Robert from San Diego, CA

Old and rundown

Posted Apr 18, 2014
Pros: Nothing. $82 was way too much to pay for this hotel.
Cons: It's an old rundown EconLodge that Days Inn took over. I suggest a wrecking ball
Location: It's a bad area. Old commercial buildings with a dive bar next door with rap music DJ advertised outside.
It struck me that I had made reservations at the Bates Motel. When I arrived at the airport I called the hotel to get the shuttle. I was told to go to "P4". I wondered around outside baggage claim for :20 at 11:30 at night but couldn't find P4. I called again and this time he said I have to take the AirTrain to the parking garage! He could have mentioned that the first time as I'm sure most people staying in their hotel are from out of town and not familiar. When I got to the shuttle it was pretty beat up. The seat belt was nonexistent as it had been cut off! The driver said he was sick and had me load my bags in the back. The room was rundown and the bed linens were old and inadequate. The newest thing in the room was the tv and it was about 20 years old...I'm not kidding. The bathroom was old as well. The shower was 1960 tiles with flowers and no place to put soap. No big deal I guess but just shows low quality of care. There was a hanger on the wall for an iron and ironing board but no items hanging there. The Internet was so weak in my room that it was unusable. I will never stay here again and suggest if you're thinking about it...don't
1 out of 5
by Jackie from Elizabeth

So not worth it.

Posted Apr 15, 2014
Rooms were small, old tv ,mattress was paper thin, not up to date at all! Not worth the $100
2 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Just Near Airport !

Posted Apr 14, 2014
Well, If you are looking for something low cost for a few hours that works !
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Near to airport, but no nice

Posted Apr 14, 2014
Uncomfortable, cold. It seems not too safe and for me was not a recomendable stay.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Do not stay here

Posted Apr 13, 2014
I am glad my son was with me because I was scared to death rip out the chair in the Ottoman up against the door to sleep
2 out of 5
by Damianos from Ohio

Terrible situation

Posted Apr 10, 2014
Pros: 1. the distance from the airport. 2. the kindness of the staff.
Cons: Everything!!!
As Econolodge the Hotel was perfect according to prices, but as DaysInn is like entering in hell. Maybe because they were in the process of the changes. Even a coffee at the lobby they were not able to offer. But I have to admit that the personnel were very polite and they are doing the best effort to satisfy the customers they have to do a lot to bring the Hotel at an acceptable level.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Motel near airport

Posted Apr 9, 2014
This motel is near the airport but that's pretty much all it has going for it.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler from World Travelor

Not exactly family friendly

Posted Apr 9, 2014
Pros: It was very clean, except for the rusty and black stained tub. We did not get close enough to find out if it was dirt. Close to airport.
Cons: Certainly the busy parking lot showed on the security feed. Mentioning this, or offering us a room in another section might have been options.
Location: Delightfully close to the airport. Scarily close to a several story, flashing purple bar.
My daughter and I had an early flight out of Newark, so I took advantage of a great rate on Expedia and booked this hotel that was described as close to the airport. The location was fabulous as far as airport proximity goes, one right hand turn brings you on a straight shot to the airport entrance. If we had arrived before dark we might have had a different impression, but we visited with relatives late into the night and drove in circles trying to find this Days Inn. We called and were graciously redirected and given well known store and gas station landmarks to follow. However, the real landmark, significantly easier to find than the Days Inn sign, is the large bar next door, which sports flashing purple lights. It was too late to be picky, and way too late to hunt down another hotel for the three hours of sleep that we had left. The front desk staff was very nice, but did not prepare us for a parking lot occupied by three carloads of men. In my quick observation as we grabbed our bags and dashed across the lot and up the stairs these men were not unpacking and moving into their rooms. No one approached us or even spoke to us, but still it creeped us out. All of those cars were gone at 4am when we left. The room was clean, as was the sink area. The tub was stained with rust and something black that we did not investigate. And it turns out that that there was at least one other family there - we could hear a man yelling at his crying baby to shut up and go to sleep.