Ratings based on 263 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 out of 5
86% of guests recommend
3.9 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from Cedar City, UT

Cheap but noisy

Posted Jul 20, 2014
We weren't in the room much except to sleep, so the price was right. Room was clean and beds were comfortable. Walls are thin, though, so we could hear laughter and talking from the room next door and walking and other movement from the upstairs room and the room on our other side. The TV input for DVD or HDMI is inaccessible for the entire hotel according to the staff, so don't expect to be able to use any of them to watch movies. The breakfast is a true continental--cereal, muffins, fruit, toast, yogurt, and oatmeal--but was sufficient to fill us up. Overall, it's a good place to stay near the middle of Provo on a budget.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

OK and convenient.

Posted Jul 19, 2014
Pros: The staff were very helpful and polite. The hotel was also in a very convenient location for my visit.
Cons: The parking in the front is very cramped. remove the awning at the office location and provide more room for parking.
Staff were pleasant and polite and helpful. Maintenance staff was very quick at fixing a loose shower curtain rod. Breakfast was skimpy but OK.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from new mexico

Simple, decent room in Provo. Clean.

Posted Jul 11, 2014
The place I like was booked. This place was totally adequate for the price. Clean and decent bed. Pool looked nice. Breakfast was lacking but not really a big deal.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Families
by A verified traveler from Santa Barbara County

It was just OK.

Posted Jul 9, 2014
Pros: The price and the quiet.
Cons: Loose (or move) the pool and make that area a parking space.
Location: It was a convenient spot to stop on our way north. I wasn't interested in anything nearby (just passing through).
This was just a stopover to our final destination. Our group consisted of my wife and I and our adult daughter in 2 rooms. We got in late and the man at the counter wasn't exactly unprofessional but could have been more helpful - he looked and acted like he wasn't quite awake. The parking lot is set up in what I would call an unorthodox manner (deference seemed to be given to the space for the pool instead of letting guests park near their rooms when this motel was designed). The rooms were good but not great. The beds were comfortable enough - no soreness or stiffness the next day. The sound level was good enough that we weren't woken up by any external noises. The complimentary breakfast was better than most (no waffle maker but plenty of cereal, hot oatmeal, pastries, juices, milk, coffee, tea). The breakfast room was on the small side for the size of the motel but adequate for the 10 or so people that were attending when we did. The morning staff was alert and actually seemed to be happy to be there.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Seattle

Tiny rooms, noisy, "breakfast" isn't.

Posted Jul 8, 2014
Pros: Cleanliness of room, proximity to where we needed to be.
Cons: Almost everything!
Location: BYU's stadium is right across the street.
It's not really Days Inn's fault that we happened to be staying there on July 4, when a concert and fireworks display was planned at the BYU stadium directly across the street. That by itself would not be so bad, but as it turns out, people came from miles around to set up there own fireworks displays in the parking lot of the hotel - and management did nothing about it! We arrived back at the hotel in the late evening when the celebration was in full swing, and there were no parking places left. This was very aggravating, considering that the person who checked us in earlier in the day had told me to make sure I got the vehicle information correct on the form, because they would be patrolling the parking lot with extra vigor later that day. The hotel manager found a little spot where we could park our car, which was helpful, but if they had done there job and called the tow truck to take away offenders' cars, that would not have been an issue. The rest of the night was fraught with loud fireworks and obnoxious people right outside our door, and an overactive child in the room above, tromping around on a seemingly paper-thin floor (our ceiling). The carafe of the coffee maker was missing, which I found out at 5 AM. Their "breakfast" consists of cereal, aging breads and muffins, and oatmeal. The lobby's coffee was old as well, and almost undrinkable. The room itself was fairly clean, but all furnishings and fixtures are tiny. Oh, and the wi-fi is a joke.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Posted Jul 7, 2014
Room had used dirty tissues on a chair . On the bathroom wall there was tissue that had been used stuck to the wall, bath had a hair in it. Roll of trash bags on the floor. Previous visit room was alright and pretty clean. Won't go back.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from Utah

Convenient hotel, close to places we needed to go.

Posted Jun 30, 2014
Pros: The location and price are excellent. We had two queen beds, the air-conditioning was excellent.
Cons: The fan in the bathroom was really noisy. The door was difficult to open. Adding bagels to the breakfast would have improved it.
Location: The hotel is near University Mall and surrounding shopping centers, many good restaurants and the Provo Temple. Provo Canyon is within 15 min.
Our room was comfortable. The bathroom is very small and the fan very noisy. We had trouble opening the door, the light came on but we had to kick the door to get it to open. The complimentary breakfast is adequate. One of the nicest features was serendipitous. While I was waiting for my husband in a meeting, I went for a walk, and discovered the Provo River Parkway (a path for bikers and pedestrians) is right behind the hotel (west of the center it is in.) It is a lovely, well-paved pathway, and I would have enjoyed even more had I discovered it sooner.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by TW from GA

Clean and comfortable.

Posted Jun 16, 2014
Pros: Clean for its age.
Cons: Room odor was slight but still smells like a smoky room. The bread for breakfast was stale and dry.
Location: Plenty of places to eat nearby and easy access to Provo and the River bike tail behind hotel to run or bike.
Room was clean and comfortable. A little nicer than the normal hotels for this price range. Don't expect much for breakfast. Room was non smoking but smelt like smoke. Possibly from earlier.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Students
by Stephonavich from Los Angeles

Good stay!

Posted Jun 9, 2014
Pros: Loved the hairdryer--wasn't expecting that. The 6 fluffy pillows on the bed was awesome!
Cons: Be sure to be quiet--it does have thin walls.
Location: Denny's is across the street. The hospital is down the way. It's a university town so there's some nightlife.
Comfortable place tucked away yet easy to get to. I stayed to attend a conference in Provo for two days and they had everything I needed. Hair dryer, press board, iron, clothing rack, baggage stow. The room was comfortable with a desk and couch.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by janice from washington

Large room

Posted Jun 1, 2014
Pros: Clean, odor free, large room, friendly staff.
Cons: Our sink was hard to turn off, and the shower fixture vibrated when we turned it off.
Location: Everything you can imagine to eat is close, and shopping is abundant.
The hotel is centrally located in Provo, so shops and restaurants are close. Our room had one king bed and a couch, so there were places to sit when we had company. It was a clean room and worth the money we paid to stay there for two nights.