Comfortable rooms a Lil on the small side. Pool was still open and it was Sept. and 90s out. Close to good to restaurants and shopping.
I had a queen room and it was comfortable enough and would be okay for a few nights for sure. Not sure why many of the reviews are so poor, as I found no problems. The price was right for sure.
The furniture was an older hotel style as were the fixtures. I found the room plenty clean and plenty of water pressure for the shower. Bed was comfortable and linens were clean. Breakfast was the standard Days Inn deal with some prepackage omelettes you could heat up and biscuits/gravy along with cold items like cereal, yogurt, fruit.
The staff was friendly, but I had a little wait for check-in as the lady had stepped away for a minute and the guy that was handy couldn't do the actual check-in.
By the way, the pool was really small. Fine for a few kids to play in it, but not big enough to exercise in really. There was a nice patio though to sit on with a few tables and chairs.
Need better cleaning in room. Lots of spiderwebs near bed. Attention to keeping breakfast bar stocked. Out of several items only half way through breakfast hours. Sunday night stay very quiet.
Not the best bed - Mattress needs replaced very thin. Good location across the street from Olathe Medical Hospital. Near restaurants and I-35. Road to entrance is under construction, so you have to take a detour. If coming from the West of the Days Inn not well marked.