Great stop over on the way to or back from NB or NS
The room was great. Also the breakfast. Will stay again in future trips. See full review
Aug 20, 2011
Very pleasant stay. The room was clean and the service friendly. Good breakfast. See full review
Oct 5, 2010
Newly built hotel in 2001 conveniently located off the Trans Canada Highway with a breath taking view of the river valley and New Brunswick Landscape. Days Inn-Edmunston offers the following amenities and facilities- Awarded the Certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor.
Free Continental Breakfast
Free car and truck parking
Free local calls
Air conditioned guest rooms
Coffeemakers and Hairdryers in all rooms
AM/FM clock radios, 25 inch TV and data ports in all rooms, Iron and Board
Meeting rooms available
Coin laundry facilities on site
Site does not have adjoining rooms
Starting January 1st, 2010, Pets Allowed- 10.00 plus tax per pet per night.
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When I travel I have three basic need that I want filled. Clean, a good night sleep and a hot breakfast when I leave in the morning. This Inn provided all three. The premises were well maintained, a spotless room awaited me, the mattress was
comfortable, no smoking residue, no disturbances while trying to sleep (quiet) and eventhough they called it a contenental breakfast, it was much more (hot food with real fruit and plenty of choice). Will certainly be back!
Very nicely decorated, peaceful hotel in located on the edge of Edmundston, but right off the Trans Canada. The desk staff were friendly, flawlessly bi-lingual and efficient. Bed was comfortable. The only suggestion I could make was a small
table would have been nice. There was a desk, but I do a lot of reading, and the armchair screamed for a table or sidetable.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Dining is primarily in Edmundston, which is a short drive west. Edmundston is heavily French-speaking, and therefore be prepared if you go to a restaurant for a little creative ordering.