Just looking for an inexpensive place to stay until my flight. Check in was a snap, room was quiet and large. Building was old and carpet was very worn but everything looked clean enough and the bed was comfy with plenty of pillows. Air
conditioner was effective and not too loud. Several restaurants within a couple of blocks and streets were easy to negotiate. 15 minutes to airport
I checked in and was told that the Wifi was not working and would not be back up. On the way to my room, there were people coming down the stairs that were high on something..looked like meth addicts..they were skinny, unkempt and were leaving
hurriedly, in a state of undress. The soda machines did not work. The room smelled musty and dank like there had been previous water damage. When I needed to call a cab the next day to return to the Spokane airport, there was no phone book in the room, wifi was down so I could not access the internet to locate a taxi service. I went to the front desk and asked the clerk for a number for a taxi service and was informed that he didn't have one. I asked him to please look online and find one for me as I needed to get to the airport. He told me he couldn't because a program was running on his computer and he couldn't use it. Very bad experience at this location. Very disappointed. I was an employee of Days Inn in Salina Kansas years ago and our location was always clean, the location was safe, and the employees were always kind and ready to assist travelers. I would highly suggest you take this location off of your list of vendors.
If saving money is paramount, you won't find a better place than this--under $60 a night for a room with two queen beds. It is also right in the heart of Spokane. It is close to the rescue missions--the neighborhood is sketchy. But there is a nice
Indian restaurant right next door, and the motel provides the usual lowgrade free breakfast. Room doors open onto the street. Carpeting is rather scary. When I saw the place and the neighborhood I expected the worst, but we spent a peaceful Friday night there on our way to Montana. No harm done, and we saved some cash.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
We greatly enjoyed an East Indian meal at the Taaj Restaurant next door.
This place was horrible. If I had my family with me I would have left and gone somewhere else. The room was clean but the curtains were broken so I had to pull them just right so no one could see in from the street. The supposed non-smoking room
smelled of stale cigarettes and the adjoining room was smoking???? I had to call the front desk in the middle of the night because a group of people were arguing outside my window at 1am. It appeared that there were families living here, looked more like a fleabag motel than an inn. Would not stay here again if it was free.
We booked the hotel because it had a pool. We showed up and the pool area was covered in broken down furniture. The front desk man, who acted like he didn't want to be there, said the pool had been broken for a while. The curtain over the window
was broken and my husband was finally able to manage to get us some privacy after messing around with it for a while. The location was great. Breakfast was decent, but the door to the breakfast room was broken and people inside had to let us in.