Not a Days Inn. Avoid at all costs.
Posted Sep 14, 2015
It is almost impossible to find because the sign is not lit, it is not a Days Inn and there is no address by the street. The staff is not customer service oriented. The bathroom smelled like the urinal at a busy Truck Stop. The Wi-Fi did not work and the TV required two remotes and they supplied only one. I called the front desk and advised them about the problems. The response from Hmphel the manager was, "I don't know anything about computers." After firm insistence they sent someone to my room. He spent five minutes searching for the remote and acted as if I had hidden it or stole it. Finally he went and obtained a remote to switch channels. I directed him to the bathroom and he got a wet mop. He mopped the dingy floor with bleach and deodorizer and then set the dirty mop on the carpet while he connected the WiFi.
The bathroom floor was still filthy with hair and puddles of sticky goo in all corners and adjacent to the tub. ECK!
This was all at 10:30 PM, after I had been flying since 7:30 AM.
Do not go to this place.
It is no longer a Days Inn. It is a Welcome Inn. You cannot read the sign at night because the name is on a tarp, not a lighted sign.