Welcome to Augusta Inn, your Augusta “home away from home.” Augusta Inn aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Augusta, Augusta Inn is located a short distance from State Capitol (1.9 mi) and The Governor Hill Mansion (1.9 mi).
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a seating area, and you can stay connected during your stay as Augusta Inn offers guests free wifi.
The motel features 24 hour front desk and room service. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you like seafood restaurants, Augusta Inn is conveniently located near Cloud 9 Restaurant at the Senator Inn & Spa and Sandy Point Seafood.
Best of all, Augusta Inn makes it easy to experience some great Augusta attractions like Capitol Park, which is a popular garden.
Augusta Inn puts the best of Augusta at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Place was okay nothing special, I don't like to be critical but we arrived late (730ish) checked in went okay, room seemed nice wasn't to the following morning that we discovered that we only had 1 bath towel between us. Also there was no extra bedding that we found that would had been nice. We didn't stay for the complimentary breakfast so can't say on that.
Irresponsible staffs and customer service. The fridge in the room made loud noise and you can hear everything from the next door. Dirty carpet in the room. No fresh fruit, very limited breakfast items. No attendance refilled the missing breakfast items.
Property was tired. Felt like people were living there, not just at a hotel. Had a strange smell. Parking lot wasn’t well lit. Didn’t feel particularly comfortable there. When I got to my room, smoke alarm was chirping. They solved, but don’t know if they replaced batteries or took them out.
The clerk that checked us in appeared to be stoned. Room smells. Hair on boiled eggs. Waffle batter very thin. Not a great experience. >$150/ night which was not worth it. I've stayed in Days Inn before, this was the worse of them.
The last overnight of a very long journey, the 6th hotel we stayed at. I requested and received a VERY QUIET room for 2. Excellent sleep! Large room, windows that open, microwave, refrigerator, wifi, etc. The room was quite clean, except the carpets could use a deep clean ( this was the case in most budget hotels we stayed at). Hallway carpets were not in great shape either. I loved that it was right off the thruway and next door to a Hannaford grocery store, bought a roasted turkey breast, mashed potatoes and coleslaw, enjoyed a hot, healthy meal without having to travel into town. Also bought more food for last leg of our trip. The coffee was OK, high carb offerings for breakfast, but we had our own yogurt and fruit from my shopping expedition. I would say it was a good deal for the price. Front desk person was very helpful and professional. …
We booked directly with the Days Inn, but did not receive an emailed confirmation. When we called to confirm our reservation, we were told that they are using a new system and couldn't confirm any reservations. On a wing and a prayer, we showed up a few days later to check in. If only we had just gone somewhere else. Our first room smelled of urine: I did not smell it at first but my family did. Once I sat down on the bed, I got a whole whiff of some strong-ass pee. We asked to change rooms. Upon entering the second room - also urine scented and equally depressing / dark, with dirty carpets - we decided to get a refund and go elsewhere. A truly disgusting place.
We've stayed in better, but also in worse. Room was clean. Staff were not friendly or helpful at all. The free breakfast was pretty much non existent, but there was staff regularly wiping every surface down so that I did appreciate.
I would not recommend this hotel unless you are desperate!!! The sheets had stains on them, bathroom ceiling was falling down with mold on it. The carpet and flooring was filthy and smelled horrible. The staff members didn’t speak English and outside of property is an eye sore.
Terrible WiFi, meager and mediocre breakfast. No lawn, just asphalt. No pool. No gym. No lobby to socialize in. Outrageous prices considering the location and complete lack of ambience. Not able to walk anywhere interesting. But we could stay with our dog and that was what really mattered.
Traveling north, we spent the night at the Days Inn in Augusta. The room was a nice size with a comfortable king-sized bed. It had a fridge and microwave. There are no luggage carts as the hotel has levels within the hotel halls, which would be impossible to navigate with a cart. However, The desk clerk helped us bring in our suitcases and then showed us that our room was accessible through a back door that was level. Our room had a coffee maker, but there were no packets with sugar or creamer. Frankly, the coffee wasn’t very good and I’m pretty tolerant. Breakfast was pretty much cold/carbohydrates—toast, cereal, bagels. There was a juice machine, coffee, and packets of oatmeal available. In the mini fridge there was yogurt. A waffle machine is available. While there was internet, it definitely wasn’t high-speed and there were no security/password measures in place.…