Days Inn Mexico2.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I wish now that I'd taken pictures to include in this review. The new owners (?) are not trying very hard, basically just doing enough to make it decent, if that. I am very disappointed in how bad Mexico has gotten in the last several years... Firstly, the lady checking us in took a good 10+ minutes to get us checked in when we already had a reservation. Her husband sat by eating his dinner. Secondly, the aesthetics. They must have painted the rooms themselves to save money or something, because it was done horribly; the blue walls in the bathroom only had one coat that showed the white underneath, they also got paint on the ceilings, baseboards, door frames, etc., and at the blue trim at the top of the yellow wall the colors had meshed where you could tell they didn't use the painter's tape properly. Also, the tile on the bathroom floor did not look professionally done at all, and the shower curtain rod had been replaced after the painting was done with screw holes still in the wall. There was a handle removed from the shower quite sloppily, too. Thirdly, the shower was iffy. By that I mean you had to get the temperature control in just the right spot for it to be comfortable and it wouldn't stay comfortable the whole time, it was either too hot or too cool, and very finicky/sensitive/hard to move appropriately (if that makes any kind of sense!). I don't know if they had a water softener on the water source or what, but I felt like the conditioner would not rinse out of my hair and it felt like my body wash didn't rinse off all the way. Fourthly, the beds did not have a fitted sheet but a flat sheet over the mattress and mattress pad, then the true flat sheet, blanket, and duvet. However, overall, I was pleased with the mattress. Fifthly, the "free breakfast" was quite the joke. The small container that you unusually find biscuits, eggs, sausage, and bacon in had minimal eggs and sausage, and on our last morning there was no sausage 15 minutes after they started serving breakfast. There was 3 different kinds of cereal bowls, a few small pastries, only apple juice and orange juice (which was horrible), little or no coffee (depending on the day I guess??). Just horrible for a continental breakfast. Sixthly, the smell of their native food was a constant presence. It wasn't bad, curry/typical Indian-esque food, but not a smell that should permeate a hotel. Finally, this did not affect us as we were on the first floor, but there is no elevator to get to the second floor! I cannot imagine trying to get a suitcase or two up a flight of stairs when you've been traveling!
I've never seen such an awkward Continental breakfast, but it really topped off our time at this days in. The rooms are not nice, are old, and the whole place is was just not well kept. We will not be back and I'm surprised they qualify to be a Days Inn. Many updates needed!
It smelt like India curry all night. The carpet in the hallway and room ends to be updated or carpet cleaned
I enjoyed my stay. I loved that the air conditioner got my room good and cold. My reservation was lost but they had the type of room that I requested. I think the room thing was my fault. I l really enjoyed the hotel and will be staying there on my next visits for the next few years
The room smelled like wet dog. It was disgusting and I felt so dirty after staying there. I will not return to this hotel ever.
I was in Mexico after teaching a class in nearby Paris, MO. Not a lot of hotel choices in the area-- but this was a good one. Nothing fancy, but a clean room, a comfy bed and QUIET.
Front desk staff, Rita, extremely, EXTREMELY rude, property had a strong, pungent odor from cooking spicy food.
The hotel was adequate. Standard Day's Inn material. The breakfast was dried out scrambled eggs that were terrible.
Not the cleanest place as room smelled like smoke, not sure where it was from but was very apparent. Room was that clean either, air conditioning had a tough time keeping up. I did not do breakfast but eating area looked very cramped.
The staff was really nice and helpful. Room and hotel were clean. The only complaint is the breakfast could have been better.
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Laundry facilities
Days Inn Mexico places you within a short walk of Lakeview Park and within a mile (2 km) of Presser Performing Arts Center. This 39-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. Audrain County Historical Society and American Saddle Horse Museum are also near this Mexico hotel.
Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast offered each morning.
Days Inn Mexico's 39 air-conditioned rooms provide microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and LED TVs with cable channels. Free local calls, ironing boards, and free toiletries are also standard.
At Days Inn Mexico, guests have access to a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and laundry facilities. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready.
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35% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 143 reviews