Posted Jul 4, 2016
While the room was sufficient as a place to sleep, had cable TV, wireless access, etc, and given the low nightly rate, the room, and the motel, was definitely dated. My guess is that it was built somewhere in the early 1970s as an 8 Days Inn and, with the exception of some modern amenities, it felt like it was still in the 1970s. The latch on the sliding glass door was broken and the security bar on the sliding glass door was not that impressive, which did not help with a sense of security for the room. Given the other chain motels in Perry, Florida, were more current and newer, Days Inn should consider renovating this facility. When I stay in Perry again, I will probably stay at one of the newer chain competitors and in the process pay more for modern convenience and security.