A few weeks ago this hotel changed from the Best Western Inn and there are still Best Western Inn signs and things throughout the property, which was a little comical. I had a little hiccup on check-in and check-out which was solved there and so all is well.
The hotel itself is somewhat aged however it appears to me some decent fixes and renovations have happened which made this a nice place to be and I didn't see anything I thought was broken or ugly. Apparently there are some 2 double bed rooms that are in an adjacent older building but I didn't see those.
The room itself was comfortable with all the basic stuff you need. Nice TV with HD channels, good sized fridge for lots of stuff, coffee maker, nice desk, lounge chair. The beds were fine, neither super comfy nor old and saggy. 4 pillows on each bed, they were fine. Not much hall noise, didn't hear anyone around us, really appreciate that.
Bathroom was nice, lots of towels, good water pressure, everything you need.
Pool was clean, lots of towels available, plenty of spots to sit, a nice deep end to really get in the water. A hot "tub" with no jets, and down the hall a room with another hot tub with nice jets, kind of private.
Breakfast was a real hilite. Lots of options, really nice availability of everything. On our day we had scrambled eggs, sausages, and diced potatoes as the hot option, plus many other things. A nice touch was the muffins were individually wrapped so you can take one or two as a snack later (c'mon, lots of people do it).
So overall this was a very nice stay. They make no illusions that this isn't anything but a value hotel but I think they do a fabulous job of being a "premium" value hotel, if that makes sense. Had the price of my stay been double I would have been disappointed and given them a 3/5, but it isn't, and I think I got really good bang for my buck.
I'd go back again. Good jobs, Days Inn, and good luck getting rid of all the Best Western signs everywhere, although I did enjoy the humor of it. less