Nice, clean and pretty close to restaurants., oh and there’s a parking garage.
No comment. It was okay. The staff did not really interact with you. Polite but not interested in you.
Just stayed at the Days Inn Yakima really nice and clean we really enjoyed our stay , will stay their again.
This is a new property and is in good condition. Staff was friendly.
Very clean and quiet. Upscale decor. The hotel was not very crowded which made it really nice. My 11 year old son liked it which was nice. AC was quiet.
Great breakfast! Free cookies. Nice rooms. No complaints.
Clean rooms, Lost of power outlets Staff needs more training
I did not like reserving a room thru Expedia - I told them I needed an accessible room and that is not the info that went thru to the hotel. The hotel worked really hard and was able to move several people around to get me what I needed, but the stress was not worth it. Next time I will not do reservations ...
This is a nice place overall and they do a good job with upkeep, as I personally witnessed, with staff maintaining the pool area, keeping common areas tidy, etc. The key features important to my stay were the outdoor pool and hot tub, as it was forecast to be sunny and in the mid 80's when I was ...
Take your imagination on vacation as well, at Yakima Valley Museum.
To see it, head off the beaten track and head for Yakima, 120 miles from the state capital, Olympia.
There are a few inexpensive accommodation options close by. The Quality Inn Yakima and the Super 8 Union Gap Yakima Area are some establishments you'll want to consider.
Before touring Yakima Valley Museum, stop for a delicious coffee at Taste & See Deli. This conveniently-located rest stop is a wonderful place to grab a quick pick-me-up. If you've truly worked up a hunger, make your way to Museum Soda Fountain, which is also nearby, for a complete meal. If you're not ready to call it, wander over to Espresso Bar.