The place is, as a whole, poorly taken care of. The woodwork is broken. The walls and stairs are scuffed and some have holes in them. The door in our first room leading to the hallway would not close because the handle mechanism was simply too beat up to function properly. We had to move rooms because of it. Both rooms we saw were also not cleaned well. We found: stains on the curtains, carpets and walls, cobwebs in the corner of our room, and hair under the sink. The bed was really hard, but the real problem is that the pillows had nothing in them. Putting your head on the pillows was no better than laying directly on the bed. We also found the walls to be paper thin. If anyone passed by the window or our door, we could hear every sound they made. Lastly, they advertise a gym, but it is limited to a treadmill, a stationary bike, and a elliptical machine...for the entire hotel.
The Days Inn was VERY cheap compared to other 3 star hotels. The staff was willing to work with us when we had issues. We had free warm breakfast as an option to us. Both the (very limited) gym and the outdoor pool seemed to be fully functional.