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Oak Grove Inn

1.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This place is nasty. The common areas were in need of a good cleaning, floors needed vacuuming, furniture dusted and such. I got to my room after climbing what seemed to be an unreal amount of stair. The room was filthy. The carpet needed vacuuming and a shampooing, although I think if it were to be cleaned it would fall apart. There were holes in the walls and paint peeling off. The bathroom looked like it hadn't been cleaned in weeks and only had 2 very thin towels. All of the linens, sheets and towels, were slightly yellowish brown. I almost left but I really needed a shower. I brought in my own sheet and blanket and slept on top of the bedding. I got almost no sleep because of people slamming doors, loud people, and loud music. I believe most of the rooms are occupied by long term guests. The room next to mine had to have at least 6 people in it and they were loud and had the TV up loud all night. Never again will I stay here. It used to be a Days Inn but I'm sure they lost their franchise because of the condition of the property.

We stayed at the Days Inn Oak Grove to get off the icy interstate after passing 30 miles of wrecks. We were grateful to make it safely off the road and find a hotel room. That's where the good part stops. First we were not shown where the stairs were, and dragged our luggage up the wrong set of stairs, had to go back to the lobby, through a door and up 3 flights of different stairs. Then we discovered we had not been given a key. The floor had not been vacuumed. There was no hot water in the bath, only lukewarm. The bath tub drain leaked. There were two thin towels for two adults. No coffee pot in the room (although there was a microwave and fridge). Bathtub was dirty including hair in the drain and mildew around the seams. 2 of the 5 light bulbs did not work. The mattress sagged in the middle. But as they say, any port in a storm . . .

An OK place to lay your head, but nothing good to say. Desk often un-staffed. Check-in - archaic. Breakfast HORRIBLE. Don't believe the sign about rooms from 39.95 Days Inns are so unpredictable, some nice, too, other like this.....

This was by far my WORST hotel experience!!! The room was NASTY, the carpet was matted and filthy, the bathroom was severely outdated and the caulking was molded.... The list goes on and on. When I went to the front desk to check-out, the person on staff didn't even get out of his seat in the back of the office to greet me... he pointed to the basked to put the key and said Thank You.... I could NOT stay here another night... I went across the highway to the Econo Lodge and was happy there.

A little soar from the bed. NO IN ROOM COFFEE!!!! Went to lobby... Coffee pumper pot empty... no one on sign said call x104... 4:15 now- told coffee @ 6:00. Unacceptable. Furniture old and needs a lot of scratch remover at the least.

I was not impressed at all with this hotel. Breakfast was not served and the morning staff was rude.

Huge flat screens with hundreds of channels in digital Large, clean, quiet rooms with frig/microwave. I slept great! Lobby has comfy leather couches on new carpet and staff is very friendly. When everyone else has raised their prices; this hotel still charges only $39.00 per nite for most rooms. Days Inn amenities at budget prices. They were flexible on check-in and check-out times to accomodate my busy schedule. free wifi.

The gentleman running the Days Inn was very nice and attentive. He and his wife handled everything efficiently and kept everything in order.

That room was filthy nasty the carpet is so dirty you dont dare walk in there without shoes. The old tile in the bathroom has mold growing in the corners. Hasent been swept in a long time. Plus it needs to be mopped at least every couple years. I wanted to stay across the highway at the econo lodge. But they were full. I have stayed there before and it is clean. I wouldnt go back to stay at this days inn if it was free. Oh by the way they give you free food in the fridge left by other customers. Nice classy touch. Housekeeping cant even bother to look in the fridge. Mr. Patel has a letter by the front desk saying they will do anything possible to make your stay more comfortable. Not true. You cant find anyone at the front desk after you check in. If anyone from corp. Days inn reads this you need to do a surprise quality controll. Check on this place. The paint is peeling off the walls and falling on the floor. Small kids would be a problem. They do tend to pick things up and put it in their mouth. Plenty of small bits of garbage there for them to munch on. The bozo at the front desk is quite rude. Acts like you are takeing him away from something when you check in. DONT STAY HERE

We stayed at this property over the Christmas holiday. Scary!! White powder around the base boards for bugs, paper thin towels, stains on ceilings and walls just for starters. This motel needs some serious attention and remodeling! The bed and pillows were the only redeeming quality. We slept well!!

101 N Locust St Oak Grove MO

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Laundry facilities
  • 24-hour front desk

Oak Grove Inn places you 7.9 mi (12.8 km) from Lake Remembrance. The 53 rooms at this hotel include refrigerators, microwaves, and TVs. Kauffman Stadium and Arrowhead Stadium are also within a 30-minute drive.


All 53 air-conditioned rooms provide microwaves, refrigerators, and free local calls. TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi.

Property features

Guests of Oak Grove Inn enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and laundry facilities. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready.

Room options

Room, 2 Double Beds, Non Smoking

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking, Jetted Tub

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

16% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 25 reviews