Terrifying and dirty
Sometimes, as soon as you walk through the door of an establishment, you get a bad feeling about it. That's exactly how I felt as I entered this Days Inn, and my gut feeling was 100% accurate. I was not expecting the lap of luxury from a Days Inn, but I did expect it to at least be clean and decent. This hotel was neither. The carpet was so dirty that I couldn't even tell what color it once was; my toilet was missing a tank cover; my "non smoking room" smelled a lot like cigarettes; nobody even made my bed, and I had to beg for towels. (In all fairness, I "wasted" a clean washcloth by accidentally dropping it in the exposed toilet tank.) There were people living in the hotel, and one morning, there was a grocery cart parked outside my door, as if someone may have spent the night there. I came home itchy and sick, probably from the bugs and the mold. I'm really not so fussy and demanding that I expected five-star treatment from a two-star hotel; I am realistic about the price I paid for the room. But you'd think that Days Inn would drop this place from its franchise. I honestly think the building could be condemned.