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out of 31 reviews
location a little tought neighborhood...not total feeling of safety
“Keeping it simple- very simple”
Hotel service-no rudeness and our needs were met. Condition of hotel- No flat screen TV, just the old one without an input canal for a DVD player or game system. Cleanliness- surprisingly clean. Comfort- If you stay in a room with double beds and are sharing with your mate, expect to have neck, shoulder and other aches... not that soft or comfortable. Convenience- AWESOME!!!!! Close to Providence, RI (10-15 mins) and all of its attractions as well as Boston, MA (exactly 45 mins w/o traffic) Neighborhood- SAFE!!!!! and residential (homes, fenced in yards, dogs, etc) This Days Inn allows 1 pet friendly room so this was a comfortable stay for my dog. Overall- The neighborhood was safe, the location was GREAT, and the price was just right. WARNING: continental breakfast is cereal, packets of oatmeal, and bagels EVERY DAY and the surrounding neighborhood does not have great food!
detailed direction to the hotel needed
“Exactly what I expected. I would stay there again.”
Check-in was very quick and easy and the hotel personnel were extremely friendly and helpful. The room was comfortable and, given that I was only staying one night, exactly what I wanted.
“Good for one-night stop, but a little pricy”
A motel of average quality. We found it a little pricy. Room was clean but looked quite old. Wireless connection was very efficient. During the night there were several trains running close by the, however noise is not that loud. Good hotel for a one-night stop. Breakfast includes coffee, doughnuts, cereals, and bagels.
“More than fine.”
Beds were uncomfortable and the room smelled a bit funky but it wasn't bad. Fine for something close to Providence and not super expensive as most hotels are in the city. Was more than fine.
“Great value for the money”
Rooms were clean and staff was excellent and friendly.
“But it's OK.”
It's not the Ritz, but it's OK. Clean, reasonably quiet, and priced right. Great Rubens 3 blocks south at the Celtic Pub. I visit Providence once a year for a sporting event. I stayed at this Days Inn, then in a Center city Providence hotel the next year, decided I'd save the money from then on.
This hotel was fine for the 2 nights we were there. Beds were comfortable, A/C worked well, close to the family we were visiting. If you're looking for the Ritz, this isn't it. If you're looking for affordable, close to shopping, & restaurants, this would be it.
my stay at this hotel was not so bad , but the bad things is there is no shuttle service avaliable