We stayed at this hotel after Hurricane Harvey flooded our home and vehicle. Days Inn had signed up to be a FEMA hotel and we're happy they did as we were having trouble finding a hotel after the flooding. At first they were booked, but put us on a waiting list (the only hotel we encountered that offered a waiting list) and we received a call back after a couple of hours. For approximately 50 days, it became our second home until we were able to purchase a new one. The staff was excellent and very accommodating and friendly. It was nice they offered a hot breakfast each day. Our room was clean, comfortable and roomy, with a fridge and microwave at our disposal. Initially, there was a problem with the internet, but problem was addressed immediately and we got quality internet connections during the majority of our stay. This was crucial as we had so many things to do over the internet to get back on our feet. Any maintenance issues were taken care of swiftly (slow drain). Location was convenient to all of Huntsville and restaurants with easy access to I-45. We felt safe in the area. Under normal conditions, we would definitely stay at this hotel again (but after staying in a hotel as long as we did, we're happy to have a new home).
My room smelled pretty strongly of cigarette smoke despite being a non-smoking room. Also, almost every surface was oily/damp, hopefully from cleaning product and not the previous renter. The refrigerator did not work.
The other residents were, for the most part, very trashy and loud. They were smoking, yelling, listening to music, and repeatedly opening/shutting/locking/horn beeping their cars...all day and night.
The internet went out several times, including once for at least 2 hours. Not great for getting any work done.
It was one of the cheapest I could find in Huntsville, but at $107 dollars, I expected better.
The front desk staff when we checked in at 9:30 pm was very nice. Our first room key didn't work so we had to go get another one- nobody's fault, just inconvenient so no big deal. When we got into the room there were no sheets for the sofa bed and not enough towels for people in the room so another trip to the front desk. It was when we pulled out the sofa bed that really creeped me out. Just gross and so old and uncomfortable and gave you the feeling that things were not being cleaned or kept up with properly. I will let the pics speak for the rest. Most likely won't ever stay at another Days Inn.
We evacuated due to Hurricane Harvey. The staff was polite and accommodating. The staff is the best asset of the hotel.
I was in Huntsville for business. I booked the room for four nights. The wifi never worked. The staff said they were working on it. The cable television service worked about 1/3 of the time and the staff said they were working on it as well. The Friday I checked out I was happy to be going home even though Hurricane Harvey was heading in the same direction