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Days Inn and Suites Traverse City

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Clean room nice touch having a personal coffee maker in room. In the middle of a minor reno job. Painting touch up etc. Overall great stay thank you.

Would not choose this if not for pet friendly. Furniture not comfy, tv in odd place in room, room not real clean, towels thin

The employees at the hotel were aweful. Ordered a roll away and didn't receive one. There no pool. Stained carpets, the room was not in the best condition. The only good thing about this hotel was the location.

A good basic hotel. It was clean. The bed was comfortable although the pillows were not. The staff was very friendly, patient with crabby people. I would recommend this is as a good basic no frills place to stay.

Hotel was OK. Average at best. Older facility and it shows. Friendly staff. Rooms small. Dog friendly and if I had known that, I would not have went. The rooms smell musty and I saw 4 dogs on my floor alone. If you simply want a room to crash with no frills at minimal cost in the area, this is it. Advertisement says room for a roll out bed with the King bed option. NO way. Would never fit. Our young son slept on the floor on blankets.

Wasn't what it looked like in the pictures. Didn't have a pleasant smell. Wouldn't return or recommend.

We just went to Traverse City to do a little shopping and eat at our favorite resturants. Motel was nice,clean and quiet! The quick breakfast was nice as well. If price is right , will stay there again! Thanks to friendly people working that day....very nice.

Stayed here for 2 nights. The internet is good enough for all your needs. The staff were very nice and friendly. The hotel is perfectly located. If they microwave in all the rooms that will be great. Next to Wendy's.

I was only looking for a place to lay my head before heading back down state (4 hour drive). This was a perfect choice.

I was leery of the very low, off-season rate at this hotel, but I just needed a passable room for the night. Anyway, the reviews I read were pretty good and as it turned out, the room wasn't terrible considering the price. Except for the windows, which were filthy and splotched in places, a TV remote bearing either dark burn marks or stains (I didn't want to investigate further by rubbing whatever it was) and towels that really should be donated to a museum, the room was okay. But the property. Oh, the property. Squint your eyes and hurry to your room. It's awful. Dirty and unkempt. I mean, is it really that expensive to replace an elevator rug? What about the halls? The halls at this place are scary. Beyond that, there were so many small things that could be easily and cheaply refreshed to give guests a positive impression of the hotel that were weirdly neglected or poorly done. I mean, print-out signage scotch-taped to things? Really?

Not awesome, but good for the price. We never hang around the hotel on vacation anyway.

We stayed at this hotel for Comedy Festival. The internet was great! Some of the reviews I read made me think this hotel was going to be terrible but I was pleasantly surprised when I arrived. The staff was helpful and friendly and the room was nice and the location was awesome. I would definitely stay here again!

The nicest thing about this motel is the outside photo.

Given the prices in Traverse City in July, this was pretty good. The lobby and especially the elevator and hallways could use some freshening up but the actual bedroom was a pleasant surprise. The bathroom needed some work - the fan was very noisy and the shower never got above lukewarm but good toiletries and the hotel was clean with a friendly staff. The location was convenient enough - not downtown or on the water but on a direct road to the downtown and waterfront. Breakfast? Not too inspiring but it will do in a pinch.

I stayed just for one night during the week. Arrived in the evening and checkout out early morning. The room and breakfast was ok. It's was worth it for one night, probably wouldn't stay for a long period of time.

Nothing to be excited about. It serves the wine weekender who won't be in the room much.

Basic hotel if you're not spending a whole lot of time in it. Rooms are clean but dated. Hallways can use a rehab. Staff is efficient but can use a class on how to smile every now and then. Housekeeping is good.

This was our first time to Traverse City and we booked this hotel after reading reviews from others. Considering location and great staff, this hotel is excellent value. Checking in and out was super easy, its located across from the bay so walking to the beach is definitely doable, and its only minutes from downtown where all the action is. We had booked a wine tour prior to coming up which we highly recommend. Overall great trip!

Our stay was perfect! The hotel was easy to find and the staff was very accomadating. We ended up staying an extra 2 nights!

We had a room with a hot-tub and since we were not interested we wish there had been a cover for the tub so we didn't need to look at it since it took up a large space in room. The furniture was a bit old and chipped but the breakfast offered many choices and was definitely a plus. Also, we were happy that room came with a refrigerator.

1870 N Us Highway 31 N Traverse City MI

Hotel highlights

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • 24-hour business center

Located within a 5-minute walk of Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf, Days Inn and Suites Traverse City is within a 15-minute stroll of Traverse City State Park. This 65-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. Also near this Traverse City hotel are Mt. Holiday Ski Area and The Dennos Museum Center.


Dining

Free continental breakfast is offered each morning.


Rooms

Days Inn and Suites Traverse City's 65 recently renovated rooms provide refrigerators and coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and cable TV. Hair dryers are also standard.


Property features

Renovated in 2017, Days Inn and Suites Traverse City offers free WiFi in public areas, a 24-hour business center, and express check-out. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with luggage storage and securing valuables. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a fireplace in the lobby.

Room options

Standard Room, 1 King Bed, Accessible, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Standard Room, 2 Queen Beds, Non Smoking

Queen 2 | Sleeps 5

Standard Room, 2 Queen Beds, Accessible, Non Smoking

Queen 2 | Sleeps 3

Suite, 1 Queen Bed, Accessible, Jetted Tub

Queen 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Days Inn and Suites Traverse City

Everyone (6) Couples (46) Business (7) Family (21) Other (9) Friends (5)
4
Everyone

Clean room nice touch having a personal coffee maker in room. In the middle of a minor reno job. Painting touch up etc. Overall great stay thank you.

By on Jul 15, 2017

3

dog friendly

Everyone

Would not choose this if not for pet friendly. Furniture not comfy, tv in odd place in room, room not real clean, towels thin

By , from grand rapids, mi on Apr 25, 2017

2
Everyone

The employees at the hotel were aweful. Ordered a roll away and didn't receive one. There no pool. Stained carpets, the room was not in the best condition. The only good thing about this hotel was the location.

By , from Cheboygan, MI on Aug 27, 2016

4
Everyone

A good basic hotel. It was clean. The bed was comfortable although the pillows were not. The staff was very friendly, patient with crabby people. I would recommend this is as a good basic no frills place to stay.

By , from Michigan on Aug 21, 2016

3

dog friendly hotel... if you want that

Everyone

Hotel was OK. Average at best. Older facility and it shows. Friendly staff. Rooms small. Dog friendly and if I had known that, I would not have went. The rooms smell musty and I saw 4 dogs on my floor alone. If you simply want a room to crash with no frills at minimal cost in the area, this is it. Advertisement says room for a roll out bed with the King bed option. NO way. Would never fit. Our young son slept on the floor on blankets.

By , from Michigan on Aug 15, 2016

2

below average

Everyone

Wasn't what it looked like in the pictures. Didn't have a pleasant smell. Wouldn't return or recommend.

By on Jul 22, 2016

5

fun time of shopping

Couples

We just went to Traverse City to do a little shopping and eat at our favorite resturants. Motel was nice,clean and quiet! The quick breakfast was nice as well. If price is right , will stay there again! Thanks to friendly people working that day....very nice.

By on Nov 16, 2015

5

excellent for the price

Families

Stayed here for 2 nights. The internet is good enough for all your needs. The staff were very nice and friendly. The hotel is perfectly located. If they microwave in all the rooms that will be great. Next to Wendy's.

By on Oct 21, 2015

4

it was a good hotel for the money.

Singles

I was only looking for a place to lay my head before heading back down state (4 hour drive). This was a perfect choice.

By on Oct 16, 2015

2

you get what you pay for

Singles

I was leery of the very low, off-season rate at this hotel, but I just needed a passable room for the night. Anyway, the reviews I read were pretty good and as it turned out, the room wasn't terrible considering the price. Except for the windows, which were filthy and splotched in places, a TV remote bearing either dark burn marks or stains (I didn't want to investigate further by rubbing whatever it was) and towels that really should be donated to a museum, the room was okay. But the property. Oh, the property. Squint your eyes and hurry to your room. It's awful. Dirty and unkempt. I mean, is it really that expensive to replace an elevator rug? What about the halls? The halls at this place are scary. Beyond that, there were so many small things that could be easily and cheaply refreshed to give guests a positive impression of the hotel that were weirdly neglected or poorly done. I mean, print-out signage scotch-taped to things? Really?

By on Oct 14, 2015