- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- No cribs or infant beds are available.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Days Inn Hamilton3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
A nice standard hotel to have a one night stop in.It is on a motorway services but this shouldn't be a problem as parking is free as long as you notify the hotel staff. The food offerings of McDonald's and Costa are not to everyone's liking but you can walk to Hamilton via a road behind the services for alternatives.The room was nice and clean.
Stayed here for one night with work, the website advises that breakfast is available at an extra charge however there are no facilities to eat on site at the hotel, just a Costa and a McDonald’s, not even a bar to have a cheeky pint at after a long day. My company’s booking agent had actually booked bed breakfast and evening meal and at no point were we made aware that there wasn’t a restaurant on site. Hotel itself is in need of a refurb, the windows let every noise in, being at the back of the hotel I heard every lorry leave the services from 3am onwards, this was despite the window being closed. Maybe some secondary glazing is needed. I have stayed at hotels on airport grounds which have been quieter. Towel rail in my room (room 28) didn’t work, bathroom was freezing, shower was not very powerful and really struggled with the water pressure when using the cold tap. I asked for an iron and ironing board to be given an iron and to be told no ironing board was available. Room looks like it hasn’t been changed since the 90’s with the exception of a new tv and although it appeared to be clean it was very very worn! My advice is if you have somewhere else to stay then do it.
Good place for a break having driven up from Manchester. It is always changing and usually for the best a drive through coffee is being built and will be open soon. There is a Macdonalds, Costa and shop which is enough as you are so close to Glasgow.
Stayed one night on way up to and from Scotland. Excellent value. Room good size with comfortable bed, Lots of worktop for various items. Bathroom adequate. Only MC Donald's and Costa coffee for food. No alcohol available. We ate our first big Mac on way up, but ate on route at lunchtime on return trip and had a snack at Costa Coffee in the evening. Very convenient to stay on motorway after a long journey.
It was just a horrible end to what had been an awful day. To be fair the receptionist called to check that we still wanted the rooms we'd booked as we were very late due to nightmare traffic on the m6 and car problems. She asked if we still wanted the 4 rooms booked and I said we'd only booked two. Anyway we arrived about 9.30pm and we're given the 2 rooms which slept 4 all be it a double a single and a pull out. We could've easily fitted 3 adults in 1 room for 1 night. We never had this option. We managed to get food at macdonalds and then we needed to sleep as we'd been travelling since 1pm. The beds were so hard they gave me pain in my hips but that wasn't the worst. The noise from other rooms was terrible. Why people need to talk and laugh and bang doors until 2am is beyond me. It sounded like it was coming in all directions. There was no one on reception to tell. Even in the morning when we left there was no one about. It needed a good lick of paint new soft shutting doors and walls made from something thicker than paper. An awful night.
This is a tired, old Days Inn Hotel that is in need of a serious revamp!! That said the staff are fantastically freindly, helpful and cannot do enough for you. The rooms themselves are large and spacious, however the bed is just about satisfactory on the comfort side, and the bathroom is badly out of date, but it did all work. The good side is that it is next door to a Coffee shop and a fast food outlet, so breakfast is easily obtainable at any hour.
Stayed here with a large group of friends. It is a budget hotel but clean and comfy. Rooms are a decent size. Shower was pretty rubbish but ok for somewhere to put your head for an evening or two. There is a Costa, McDonald's and garage which I think is 24hrs so good for late night supplies.
We booked for the one night as we were going to a birthday party in Motherwell. The hotel was very easy to find and looks good at first sight. Check in was slow as the lady in front of us clearly knew everyone and everything about Days Inn and talked enough to prove it. We waited about 10 minutes for her to finish. Once we got past that the rest of check in was quick. The room was reminiscent of an old and worn premier inn. Room size was okay but it was all old and worn and in desperate need of a make over. The bed was too soft for me but to be fair my wife found it comfortable. The room was okay for what we wanted but I would not stay again for a longer break. We had no food there.
Stayed here last night to break up a long journey to North Scotland. We arrived about 7pm and were greeted by a great guy who was so helpful he even printed off directions to where we were going for tea. The room was clean, well appointed and for £65 for a family of four a bargain. All was going great until a large coach load of oriental teenagers rocked up. As they were getting checked into reception the noise was unreal and I though oh dear the peace and quiet of this place is going to disappear! Sure enough the group seemed to fill up the remaining rooms of the place and all of a sudden the place became a noisy hell hole. Some were directly above us and in each room either side. Slamming doors literally every 30 seconds, thumping, giggling , chattering that went on all night and early the next day. None of this is fault of the staff but I imagine this place attracts groups like this and if your their at the same time be prepared not to sleep much. Such a shame because had the noisy army not arrived I would have given the place five stars.
for a quick overnight stay on a business trip i thought this place would do. Not cheap, not expensive but thought it would be a good budget alternative. basic beyond basic. Avoid. single beds, worn carpets and towels
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located within a mile (2 km) of Strathclyde Country Park, Days Inn Hamilton is within 3 miles (5 km) of Chatelherault Country Park. This 3-star hotel has 38 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Also near this Hamilton hotel are David Livingstone Centre and Colville Park Golf Club.
Enjoy a bite to eat at mc donalds, the hotel's onsite restaurant. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/café. English breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 11 AM.
The 38 rooms are air-conditioned and have coffee makers and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and 22-inch TVs with digital channels. Rooms also include hair dryers.
Guests staying at Days Inn Hamilton enjoy free WiFi in public areas, an arcade/game room, and a gift shop. Free parking is available if you drive. This smoke-free hotel also has an ATM.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
57% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 230 reviews