Days Inn Palo Alto - San Jose
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- Days Inn Palo Alto - San JoseFirst to ReviewMay 15, 2013
With the exception of the higher prices here (I was quoted $159/night), the Days Inn is a sufficient motel. Located south of Arastradero, the Days Inn is very out of the way in relation to both downtown Palo Alto and downtown Mountain View. The desk staff gets the job done, but nothing more, and the front area smells quite strange too.
The room is the definition of bland: there are two beds, a TV in the corner, fridge/microwave duo, and an A/C unit. The bathroom suffices with a full vanity and clean appliances. I’d recommend this to business travelers, which is who this Days Inn is aimed at. This may not provide an enjoyable leisure travel base in the south bay, especially considering the price.Recommended for:Business Travelers
Poor99 reviews across the web.
- Location94% enjoyed the nightlife nearby.
- Service77% found the staff to be very friendly.
- HotelHotel is ok. Only 69% of guests gave positive feedback.
- PricePrice is tolerable. Only 65% of guests had positive things to say about it.
- GroundsGrounds are not bad. Only 56% of guests gave positive feedback.
- Food52% found the breakfast to be acceptable.
A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily. Days Inn Palo Alto Stanford features laundry facilities and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Guest parking is complimentary.
All guestrooms feature air conditioning.
- There are no room charges for children 17 years old and younger who occupy the same room as their parents or guardians, using existing bedding.