Ratings based on 250 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.0 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
2.8 Room comfort
2.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified travelerfrom san diego
poor hotel, great locationPosted Nov 18, 2014
the staff are nice enough-courteous and accomodating. but all they can tell me are 'sorry' and 'we'll wait for the manager'. they are very limited by way of staff especially at night that when we checked in at 0230, we ended up waiting an hour outside because there was no staff manning the reception desk (he was off servicing other complaining guests). and when we asked to extend our stay next morning, the young man hestitated and said he was not sure what he can do as we'd booked the first 2 nights through expedia, letting us know the only certain answer is to wait for the manager. the location is awesome as it is near everything including a convenient store and just a few minutes from downtown. the hotel itself is poorly maintained. paints' peeling off, cobwebs on the red stair walls, blowdryer non functioning, cracks on toilet, and bed and sheets looking shabby. it looks like a nameless, ugly $30 motel room ive stayed in before, instead of a huge- named chain of a decent inn. ive stayed at other days inn in different locations and this is by far the worst ive seen. i remember joking to my companion how they must be skipping on aesthetic maintenance seeing as people still book them because of their awesome location and affordability.
for Familiesby A verified travelerfrom Varysburg NY
convenient to areas we were interested in visitingPosted Nov 11, 2014
Cons: stale smell in room
Location: we were there for the all souls parade weekend
IT WAS A PLACE TO SLEEP/ NOT AN EXPERIENCE I WOULD STAY HERE AGAIN
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Close to Downtown TucsonPosted Oct 27, 2014
Just needed a night close to Club Congress. Got a cab and it was very inexpensive. Had a great time.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
NopePosted Oct 25, 2014 on Hotels.com
For the price & proximity to downtown it's great. However, the furniture strewn about the property & unkept grounds make it look like a set from "the Walking Dead". The rooms are what you'd expect, spartan & simple. But the fact that the my room smelled, the toilet & shower backed up on me, made me want to leave a day early. It's unfortunate because the hotel staff was super friendly & accommodating.
by A verified travelerfrom Washington
Worst hotel I have stayedPosted Oct 24, 2014
I arrivedin night after flying to Tucson for a conference. The key to the first room didn't work, and I had to carry my luggage walking all the way across their deserted courtyard to exchange a room. No cloth hangers in the room. No power outlet in the bathroom. When I tried to boil some hot water using the coffee maker, the liquid coming out was dark -- the coffee bag the previous guest used was still in there. It's totally disgusting. The coffee maker didn't work well and half of the water flowed out onto the table. When I tried to grab a towel to clean it, I found there was only one small filthy towel in the bathroom. I called the front desk and was told the maintenance people have gone and she cannot deliver the towels to me because she cannot leave the front desk, and no one else can do it. She asked me to go get the towels by myself. I told her that being a single woman, I don't want to walk across the dark courtyard again after 9:30 pm. She told me there is nothing she can do and hang up the phone. I called back. She told me she could give me the phone # of her manager if I wanted to call. But no one answer the phone when I called. When I called back the front desk, she first hang up the phone again. Then I tried again and she picked up the phone. I told her that I haven't been to any hotel treating their guests like this. She said she will try to make some phone calls. I finally got some towels at 10 pm. That's why I gave a 1-star, otherwise I would give it a zero.
for Familiesby Davafrom Phoenix, AZ
Pass this one up.Posted Oct 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
The epitome of "you get what you pay for." As I was traveling alone for an overnight trip for some family business, and didn't have my more discriminating wife with me, I decided to go cheap and book a room at the Days Inn. It was close to where I needed to be, and convenient to the freeway. First of all, the motel appears to be undergoing some sort of gutting/ renovation, with half the rooms empty and furnishings all over the place. The property looks trashed. I'd think you'd want to close the place while undergoing this kind of thing, but apparently not. When I finally found my room, it made Motel 6 look like the Waldorf. I didn't expect luxury, obviously, but the room was old (but clean--no problems there) with furnishings straight out of the 1960s. Very spartan, even for a low cost room. The blow dryer (and I'm grateful the room even HAD one) was mounted close to the ceiling in the bathroom, so if you're a short person, good luck with that. No washcloth, so I had to use a hand towel in the shower. Thankfully, there was ONE bath towel. Again, you get what you pay for, but I've had rooms at other "budget" motels that were far better. Never again.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom tucson
Good pickPosted Oct 13, 2014
I'm a repeat customer cuz the price is great and very comfy
for Couplesby A verified traveler
what a dirthole!Posted Oct 13, 2014 on Hotels.com
The odor that assaulted our noses as we opened the door was the worst! It took 20 min to clear it out and even then it lingered all night. The mattress was one of the worst things I have ever slept on. I would avoid this place like the plague if I were you.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
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for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
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