Days Inn - Grants2.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Had the "EXTREMELY" bare essentials for two people staying in the room. Air conditioning did not work. Terrible breakfast choices (if any). This location reminds me of when I was a child and traveling with my parents when you stayed in nothing but a room!!!!
This was a stay over to get us to our destination. The beds were comfortable. Hotel older and average. Did not have the breakfast.
We were pleasantly surprised at how clean and quiet this hotel was. Pet friendly and good rates.
My husband and I stopped here on the way to Phoenix. The room was pretty, comfortable, and the free breakfast was good. Nice and clean. Will stay again if we head west again.
Right off the Interstate, next to an Asian Buffet and a gas station. Very convenient way to end a long day of driving, get rest, and start again the next morning.
Staff was super accommodating, friendly. The room wasn't vacuumed. The bathroom was not in good repair. The towel rack was barely in the wall, the floor tiles and caulk were cracked and there was a hole in the wall where they had tried to repair the tiles. Beds were super comfortable but made you wonder if the sheets were clean. Breakfast was pretty pitiful. The oatmeal was like soup with oatmeal flakes in it. Only bread for toast, no bagels or pastries. No waffles. Only bread, yogurt, 2 cold cereals and apples and oranges. Thank goodness there was coffee!
My recent stay at Days Inn, Grants was kind of a mixed bag (as is Grants: beautiful scenery marred by the extraction industries and the poverty they create). It began at around 10PM, when I checked in and found the desk attendant courteous and welcoming. Upon arriving at my room, however, I found the door open, so I returned to the desk to report it and ask why. A different, middle aged woman in poor physical condition asked me if I wanted her to accompany me back to the room to face whatever concerns I might have regarding the wide open door. Now, Grants is not the South Bronx, but it's not immune to petty larceny, muggings, etc., as you might guess, and I didn't want to end a long day by walking into an open invitation to what looked like a set up to me. I thanked her but laughed that I didn't think she'd be much help and returned to my room to suss it out. Upon finding no one in the room, I was pleasantly surprised by the clean digs (except for the splatter-patterned stain on the rug in front of the door!). More importantly to me, the bed was comfortable, though the pillows were flimsy and the adjacent floor heater was a little tricky to set: there was no thermometer setting, only a digital display of the numbers 12-32 (?) Anyway, it was a cold night and at around 2 I awoke in search of a blanket. When I couldn't find one I called down to the desk and discovered that mine was missing. The attendant courteously brought me two, but they were thin and flimsy fleece beach blankets that didn't do much to keep me warm. As a result, I didn't sleep too well. In the morning, I asked whether I'd be able to get the rate I'd just paid again since I'll be traveling through Grants from ABQ for work a lot. I was pleased to hear that I could, but when I asked whether I should bring my own blanket since the ones I was given were pretty ridiculous, the attendant paused, processed my question for a long moment, then assured me she'd look into it and wished me good day. It seems like non-sequitors are part of the deal in NM, so rather than pursue the matter further, I counted my blessings and pushed off, shaking my head. Driving out, I came to the following conclusions: the room was clean and comfortable, the TV and remote worked, the bed was nice, the pillows were flimsy (like the blankets), the heater was hard to operate, the service was courteous, well-intentioned, but spaced out from another dimension. In all, not bad. I'll be back.
Absolutely Wonderful beds, pillows, and linens; everything was very clean; Breakfast included (not utilized, since we wanted to get back on the road very early); easy Interstate off-and-on access; and very friendly, helpful staff, even with a very late check in. This is a gem, especially for the price. Will absolutely be staying here on the next cross-country trip bringing us near this area.
I walk in the room and it smells like wet mold. 2 of the 4 lights didn't work. The bathroom door knob was half broken off and looked like someone tried to break in. The bathroom was dirty and had a used dirty towel hanging on the door. I found multiple bugs on the wall, not sure if they were roaches or not. Other than that...st least the bed sheets looked clean and the bed was comfortable. Either I just got a real bad room or this place needs a good renovation.
We choose Days Inn, because we needed to rest for the night, we were tired, but we had a problem with the key they gave to us. It didn't even open the door for us, so we had to go see the clerk twice, so she finally gave us another key to a different room. the maintenance personnel came and check it out on the first key and found out for himself that it didn't work. The manager was suppose to be told and that they'll call me the following week to get some kind of incentive, but nobody contacted us. We choose a difference Hotel the following night.
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50% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 252 reviews