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Days Inn Gulfport

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Hotel was ok. Location is great. It seemed like the room I was in was out of range of the hotel's wifi.

The bed was comfy but the bathroom was a little too snug. We had to use the bathroom with the door opened because you could not close it while on the toilet. Also when we put the shower on, it showered the entire bathroom. They came change it later on the next day. Their "complimentary breakfast" is nothing but cereal and pack grits and oatmeal.

Rooms were filthy. Beds was full of dirt and found public hair in one bed. Stains on sheets and furniture. Other guests in our party found bed bugs in their bed. Bath tub was full of cigarette burns. I called corporate office and demanded my money back from front desk and found another hotel.

We arrived at 3:00 a.m., my wife and 3 year old. The lobby was locked and when I tried the door I heard someone holler at me. I walked around to the side to see a young, unkempt couple sitting on the ground smoking. The girl told me to wait, entered the lobby, and came around to a window where she checked me in. It took a while, I'm pretty sure she was playing Mine Sweeper while I waited. I asked about a late check out and she refused. I persisted, noting that we were getting in so late, it would really help us out. She told me to talk to the manager in the morning. I lugged our stuff up to the room and went back for my wife and daughter. I laid her down in the not-great-smelling bed. We tried to turn on the bathroom lights and plug our phones in. The power was out to our room. The AC was working, but nothing else would turn on. I went back down to let the girl know and she simply handed me a new card and told me to go to another room. I had to haul everything out of the dark room, and move my daughter again. It was about 3:45 a.m. at this point. The new room was just as filthy. There was one of those sticky-hand toys laying in the middle of the room, covered in lint, dirt and hair. The pillow cases were stained. The carpet turned our socks black. There was no shower curtain. It was a dump. And I've stayed in hotels from Honduras to Madagascar. I've never been in a worse place. I had to leave early, but the family was going to stay so I asked for a late check out.

The room was very dirty. If I had not prepaid and the other hotels in the area were not already full, we would have moved. No wifi, no ice machine, floors and walls dirty. No apparent quality control. Hard to believe a name brand hotel like Days Inn in such bad condition.

Contractors partying all night. Old hotel not updated.

I booked our trip by looking and reading information given. When we got to the hotel it was down hill from then on. First we were given a smoking room, then when we opened the room door we saw that the room was really small. Then the bathroom was so small with toilet and shower/tub in an 4' x 8' enclosure that you literally had to get between the tub and toilet to be able to open the door to get out. Our room had not been cleaned the entire time that we were there. I had to literally go to the desk and get towels and toilet paper, Every time that I went to get something for our room #which should have already been in the room# I had to explain why we had no service, but the service never got better. there were problems concerning the pool also, but I will not get into that! We had to cut our Vacation short because of the stress. On another note I would like to commend Two employees of this Hotel # Misty and Josh # who were trying their best to keep the hotel in order. The rest of the employees and Management were rude and uncaring. I have never had an experience like this before in my life and I have traveled quite a bit for work and pleasure.

I had to have a handicap room. It was very accomadating.

my stay at days inn was very comfortable. Very quiet n relaxing. If u ever stay there get the king size bed it's so comfortable. Ps the breakfast is great. By the way great price too.

Although the room was clean and the staff was friendly, the hotel itself was in complete disrepair. Clean linens, however stained and riddled with cigarette holes and tears. A television that didn't work. Somewhat "shady" section of town. I actually overheard a drugdeal occurr right outside my room door. I had nothing against the staff, but if you value safety and working appliances in your room, look elsewhere!

Pool was nasty, and filled with a garden hose, the room was rundown and out of date, half our lights wouldnt turn on, toilet seat lid was held on with a coat hanger, bathroom was dirty, and they didn't have the things a normal hotel would have (alarm clock, ironing board). The only good thing was that it was around alot of places. No. Just no.

First of all getting the room through orbitz did not save me any money. Their nightly rate was the same either way. The place itself is run down and not maintained ok that is to be expected of a cheap hotel, but the room was just disgusting. If would have had the extra money I would have left and went to another hotel regardless of having to pay for this room or not. Folks it was that bad. There was bodily hairs all over the place to start, the beds had dirt in them, the carpets had holes in them, the TV picture was green, and he shower was nasty. I had to clean the room before I let my kids touch anything. Unfortunately I was in a pinch and could not afford to stay anywhere else but next time I go to Gulfport I will not be stayin at Days Inn!!!!

This place is really nasty. I don't recommend anyone to stay here. It was so bad I checked out a hour after I checked in. The tube had black stuff in it. That toilet had #2 on the seats there was blood on the sheets and pillow. Don't waste ur time nor money don't stay here

Basically I got what I paid for, the pool had mold around edges, the feel people at the pool scared me. The AC in my room sounded like a freight train when it would cut on, the bedspread was full of burn holes. Just didn't feel clean.

I stopped overnight on my way to Florida. It was quiet and very reasonable, also clean. It is an older motel and could use some sprucing up but for the price you can't beat it.

Refrigerator was defrosting and water on the floor. No power to half the outlet in the room. WiFi the worst I have ever had in a hotel. Had to go to the local MacDonalds to get access.

This was a trying time because my son in law was being deployed..the hotel room had bugs wasnt very clean..the lights in the room didnt work properly and the TV shut off and took me forever to get it back on. I wont stay there again nor will I recomend!

You would be wise to avoid this place. Where do I begin. Lets see, what's more outrageous; a roach infestation, or the fact that not only did the shower not work, it apparently wasn't designed to ever actually function as a shower. I know it sounds crazy, but there it was. A shower head, a faucet, but no way to combine the two. That'll actually challenge your sanity. Also, this seems to be a favorite spot for the local kiddies to get away from mommy and daddy and act like a grown up. I'm not sure of the laws around here, but I'm pretty sure you can't give a room to a 15 year old. Finally, throw in a few unrecognizable stains on the floor and what looked like blood on two if the four walls.... You get the picture. Other than that it was fantastic!!!

My stay would have been better if my room was up to date. The bathtub faucet leaked and the room needed some repairs to bring it back up to standards.

Hotel staff was very nice.

15250 Poole St Gulfport MS

Hotel highlights

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Outdoor pool

Located within a mile (2 km) of Gulfport Premium Outlets, Days Inn Gulfport is within 2 miles (3 km) of Crossroads Shopping Center. This 66-room motel has free breakfast along with conveniences like an outdoor pool and free in-room WiFi. It's also near Bayou Vista Golf Course and Busted Wrench Garage Museum.


Dining

Free continental breakfast is offered each morning.


Rooms

All of Days Inn Gulfport's 66 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies, microwaves, and refrigerators. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Coffee makers, free local calls, and desks are other standard amenities. Housekeeping is available once per stay.


Property features

At Days Inn Gulfport, guests enjoy an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and a spa tub. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and a seasonal outdoor pool.

Room options

Standard Room, 1 King Bed, Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Room, 2 Queen Beds

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Standard Room, 2 Queen Beds

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Standard Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Days Inn Gulfport

Everyone (4) Business (10) Couples (5) Family (16) Friends (4) Other (8)
3

hotel was ok

Everyone

Hotel was ok. Location is great. It seemed like the room I was in was out of range of the hotel's wifi.

By , from Pope, MS on Sep 20, 2017

Review comment responded on Oct 9, 2017

Glad your stay was ok and my apologizes for the wifi.

2

bathroom a little too snug

Everyone

The bed was comfy but the bathroom was a little too snug. We had to use the bathroom with the door opened because you could not close it while on the toilet. Also when we put the shower on, it showered the entire bathroom. They came change it later on the next day. Their "complimentary breakfast" is nothing but cereal and pack grits and oatmeal.

By on Nov 4, 2016

1

choose a different hotel

Everyone

Rooms were filthy. Beds was full of dirt and found public hair in one bed. Stains on sheets and furniture. Other guests in our party found bed bugs in their bed. Bath tub was full of cigarette burns. I called corporate office and demanded my money back from front desk and found another hotel.

By on Aug 1, 2016

1

the single worst hotel experience of my life

Everyone

We arrived at 3:00 a.m., my wife and 3 year old. The lobby was locked and when I tried the door I heard someone holler at me. I walked around to the side to see a young, unkempt couple sitting on the ground smoking. The girl told me to wait, entered the lobby, and came around to a window where she checked me in. It took a while, I'm pretty sure she was playing Mine Sweeper while I waited. I asked about a late check out and she refused. I persisted, noting that we were getting in so late, it would really help us out. She told me to talk to the manager in the morning. I lugged our stuff up to the room and went back for my wife and daughter. I laid her down in the not-great-smelling bed. We tried to turn on the bathroom lights and plug our phones in. The power was out to our room. The AC was working, but nothing else would turn on. I went back down to let the girl know and she simply handed me a new card and told me to go to another room. I had to haul everything out of the dark room, and move my daughter again. It was about 3:45 a.m. at this point. The new room was just as filthy. There was one of those sticky-hand toys laying in the middle of the room, covered in lint, dirt and hair. The pillow cases were stained. The carpet turned our socks black. There was no shower curtain. It was a dump. And I've stayed in hotels from Honduras to Madagascar. I've never been in a worse place. I had to leave early, but the family was going to stay so I asked for a late check out.

By , from New Orleans on Jun 30, 2016

1

never again

GetawayWithFriends

The room was very dirty. If I had not prepaid and the other hotels in the area were not already full, we would have moved. No wifi, no ice machine, floors and walls dirty. No apparent quality control. Hard to believe a name brand hotel like Days Inn in such bad condition.

By on Oct 14, 2015

1

dirty. and old.

BusinessTravelers

Contractors partying all night. Old hotel not updated.

By on May 3, 2014

1

misleading !!!

Families

I booked our trip by looking and reading information given. When we got to the hotel it was down hill from then on. First we were given a smoking room, then when we opened the room door we saw that the room was really small. Then the bathroom was so small with toilet and shower/tub in an 4' x 8' enclosure that you literally had to get between the tub and toilet to be able to open the door to get out. Our room had not been cleaned the entire time that we were there. I had to literally go to the desk and get towels and toilet paper, Every time that I went to get something for our room #which should have already been in the room# I had to explain why we had no service, but the service never got better. there were problems concerning the pool also, but I will not get into that! We had to cut our Vacation short because of the stress. On another note I would like to commend Two employees of this Hotel # Misty and Josh # who were trying their best to keep the hotel in order. The rest of the employees and Management were rude and uncaring. I have never had an experience like this before in my life and I have traveled quite a bit for work and pleasure.

By on Jun 24, 2013

3

business trip

BusinessTravelers

I had to have a handicap room. It was very accomadating.

By on Nov 14, 2012

3

great vacation get away

BusinessTravelers

my stay at days inn was very comfortable. Very quiet n relaxing. If u ever stay there get the king size bed it's so comfortable. Ps the breakfast is great. By the way great price too.

By on Nov 7, 2012

2

look elsewhere

Singles

Although the room was clean and the staff was friendly, the hotel itself was in complete disrepair. Clean linens, however stained and riddled with cigarette holes and tears. A television that didn't work. Somewhat "shady" section of town. I actually overheard a drugdeal occurr right outside my room door. I had nothing against the staff, but if you value safety and working appliances in your room, look elsewhere!

By on Mar 8, 2012