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Staff was very professional. Rooms were adequate, and clean. Would have liked to have had a mini fridge
Have stayed here many times. It's not fancy, but it is clean, comfortable & the front desk staff are friendly & helpful (especially Courtney)!
Construction going on really sucked couldn’t sleep
Comfy beds, hot breakfast in morning was delicious!!
The wind was blowing pretty hard and the cold air was blowing in the windows and making the heater come on over and over again might want to get them changed you’re costing yourself a lot of money in energy loss and it’s really hard to sleep.
Staff were very friendly. King size bed was comfortable. Bed spread had a tear in it. The breakfast was pretty good. First time I have had a staff member make a waffle for me. Noticed they did it for other also. Room was 61° when we arrived. Hotel could have saved a lot of power by having it at 72°. ...
Staff was friendly and helpful the rooms was clean. The location was nice and good housekeeping. I would recommend the boonville days inn
Room was clean and comfortable. Being in an handicap room was good for me, being on a cane. The big shower was a plus.
We had a late check in and the clerk couldbt have been nicer. The room was very clean, comfortable and quiet.
This is my favorite place to stay in Columbia. This time I stayed towards the end of the complex, and it was a little inconvenient to navigate. It’s a really good price for a nice, clean room, and the staff is always excellent.
The stay was nice for the price I had to pay it would’ve been great if they had a jacuzzi or water temp in swimming pool was warmer
Great hotel, although didn’t enjoy their free breakfast.
Very easy to work with the owners. The room was clean.
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Known for its live music and festivals, Columbia (and vicinity) has lots to offer visitors including its university life, theaters, and sports. See the local sights and visit Museum of Art and Archaeology and Faurot Field. While you're there, make sure you don't miss Museum of Anthropology and Mizzou Arena. If you need some supplies for your animal companion, stop at Tuesday Morning, Columbia Pet Center, or MFA Agri-Services.