Where do I start with what was wrong with this hotel. First of all, we chose the hotel because on the website and when I called they stated that there was a pool. When we got there we found out that yes there is a pool, but that they hadn't opened it up or even bothered to get it ready for the summer. The problems continued with a broken air conditioner, toilet that was clogged up and a bath tub without a stopper and electric sockets that just didn't work. Let's not forget the huge piles of stones at the ends of all of the buildings making a two way area into a one way area. We almost ran into one of the piles turning the corner at 10 PM on our first night. The saving grace of this place was their morning breakfast. That was always fresh with plenty of bagels, toast and english muffins. There was a special item each morning either croissants or blueberry muffins and your choice of apples or oranges. There was cold cereal, apple juice, orange juice, milk and coffee as well. We won't be staying here again and do not suggest others stay here either.
Unique Quality: The long list of broken and not working items.
we stayed at the days inn danvers last year it is a very basic motel but we did not spend a lot of time in there to much to see and do .it had maid service every day to its credit .the front lobby staff need to smile more and be a bit more friendly .there is a very good denny's restaurant on site at the front of the hotel .on the whole not to bad just dont expect to much and you wont be disappointed.
Directions: right off route 128 north out of boston
At $39.99 US Funds per night (found a bargain on the Expedia website), you really couldn't go wrong. Definately search around the net for a price that works with your budget.
Average size rooms, clean enough, friendly enough. My only gripe is the paper thin walls!
Its not so bad, unless you get a junior league hockey team two rooms down from you (oh yes, lucky us) for one night, and the night after, two couples of teens acting all Britney Spears-like and giggling until 3am.
If you're a light sleeper, look elsewhere or pre-request a room as far away from another as possible. Still can't beat the price for a chain hotel though. The only other trouble we had was exiting the place and the on-location Dennys.
The driveway in and out for the Days Inn and Dennys is situated so going in is easy, but coming out - don't expect an exit with ease if you need to turn left (left will lead you into all the stores, services and eateries). Right just turns you back onto the highway. So plan on doing a U-turn when no ones looking or following the highway out for ten minutes to circle back in.
The Dennys that shares the parking lot with the Days Inn is older, a little run-down looking and the two days we ate breakfast there, had a bad experience both times.
The first breakfast day, they screwed up my friends order and we could see our food was ready five minutes before it was served to us - the waitress wouldn't stop gabbing to the other two waiters/waitress.
Breakfast day two, they screwed up my order and the waitress (a different one than yesterdays) was very rude and unaccomodating about a price descrepency. We had to rouse the attention of her manager to settle the problem. We spent a week in the area and ended up eating the remainder of our breakfasts at a chain-restaurant called Friendlys - which I highly recommend.
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Address: 152 Endicott Street Route 128, Danvers, Massachusetts, 01923, United States