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I'm not sure that we've ever stayed at a Days Inn before. The property was dingy and dated. Although we stayed in a smoke free room, there was a faint odor of cigarettes. I was disappointed in the breakfast. However, the room was very clean!...More
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US$ 74 - US$ 149 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I would like to know about wheelchair access.
1. How large is the hallway between the beds and washroom?
2. washroom accessibility - what is measurement of washroom door?
3. washroom accessibility - roll in shower? or bath seats with hand held shower?
4. are rooms accessed from outdoor? if so how much of a step is at the entrance door of room?
5. is there a pool?
6. is there fridge availability?
20 September 2016|
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Response from jiggs111 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there. Our room was "modern" but rather small. A chair would be tight. As others have said, no fridge, and inside access.
However, I do know some hotels have "accessible rooms". You may want to call the hotel directly.
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"avoid the second floor rooms overlooking the breakfast nook"