Days Inn Corporate Office Headquarters



Days Inn Corporate Office Headquarters
1 Sylvan Way
Parsippany, New Jersey 07054 USA
Website: http://www.daysinn.com/
Corporate Phone Number: 1-973-753-6000
Customer Service Number: 1-800-329-7466

15 comments:

  1. Please help the chowchilla,ca days inn! The staff is lovely and very competent but they have nothing to work with! There is alot of water damage on the building, towels are like prison issue and what is up with the air conditioning units-so noisy I never really slept. What the hell? Clean up your act corporate and you may get better reviews.

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  2. Serious electrical codes at Days Inn Lumberton NC. Have photos to prove.

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  3. We stayed at the Days inn located at Ellis Square, Savannah, Ga 8-1 -8-4-13...The room we were in had a new window ac unit installed recently according to all appearances. However, the condensation was coming into the room instead of outside. The carpet was sopping wet and felt damp all over the entire room. The room smelled musky. Reported this at least twice and no one ever came to check or offer us another room. We were celebrating our 60th wedding anniversary and 3 of our adult children and their families were staying in the hotel as well. We were not even offered any compensation for our inconvenience. Needless to say we will be looking for another place to stay if and when we ever come back to Savannah. The entire hotel needs to be re-stored, It is looking old and dirty.

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  4. On Aug. 16th my husband and I got a room at your Days Inn in Lost Hills California, we were very uncomfortable due to the not very clean room and the roaches that we had to put up with. when told to the front desk the next morning , we were shone a paper saying something about the agriculture, and that for a $20.00 fee they would spray the room . You can count on us, or any of our family or friends that we would have referred to a Days Inn that we would not advise anyone stay there and if it had not been for it being so late and us being so tired from driving all the way from Seattle Wa. We would have found another place, we also had to put up with cat poop outside of our door, where there were at least 4 cats on our side of the building. And also my husband and I had bed bug bites .. Something really needs to be done with that place and I would suggest you hire some one to go around and check on these places and do something about them. thank you for a unpleasant stay. linda brewer

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  5. The Days Inn in Dover, Delaware is horrible. They rent rooms out knowing they have bed bugs, yesterday we actually seen a man cleaning the rooms and instead of vacuuming he was sweeping across the floor with a towel. The bathrooms get clogged up. Oh and let me not forget to mention the parking lot is full of ice. It doesnt even look like they had a company plow during, before or after their snow storm to take safety measures for their customers.

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  6. I live in Colorado, my son broke his foot and i reserved a room in my name and on my charge card for 01/30/2014 with check out on 01/31/2014. The cost was $65.84. my son arrived approximately and signed a paper stating "if he smoked in the room there was a $500 fine" I was unaware he signed the paper and unaware he was smoking. The Days Inn in Bernalillo, NM charged my charge card $500. I spoke with the manager, Marsha, 1-480-452-6937, who indicated that the room needed to be cleaned out etc. I was upset with the charge and told her if she felt i was responsible in paying her staff to clean that room she could do what she felt was right. How can you charge a customer $500 additional cost. I am very disappointed and feel it is wrong. please advise how a large corporation is allowed to do that.

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  7. I stayed at a Days Inn in Arkadelphia, Ak for 2 nights iam now covered in 100 bed bugs bites and all they did was refunded me iam sure other people who have stayed in room 212 have gotten bites as well

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  8. I was employee at days inn sarasota and after few days told via voice mail I was no longer needed and when I tried to call him, manager put me on hold never came back to phone, I was on hold 4 -5 minutes then the phone disconnected me. I tried to email him and never received reply and today left message on his cell phone and again voice mail. I think he is not going to pay me. He made me work through told me no lunch/breaks, I worked 11-7am and was initially told at time of interview it would be 7-3pm shift and 3-11pm shift then he told me training was 11-7am and no breaks or lunch was I given. I need to make sure since he violated the federal law he pays me for the 8 hrs well on both times told me to leave 6:30am or 6:41am another time. I am asking him for my paycheck to be direct deposited immediately or I can pick up paycheck monday april 28, 2014 but he refuses to acknowledge /return phone calls. How should I proceed????? thanks

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  9. I checked into the Days Inn in Grove City, Oh. We dropped off our suitcases and rushed to a local funeral home for visitation for a friend who had passed away. We returned to the hotel and decided it was just too gross so we checked out. We were charged for the first nights stay because we used the bathroom and put our luggage in the room. The room smelled like cat urine, there were numerous hairs in the tub and sink, and it was very run down. There were a lot of truckers hanging out in the parking lot with their "lady friends". We smelled pot in the main building when we checked out. I have stayed at Days Inn hotels before and never had this experience.

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  10. I made reservations back in February 2014 for the Days Inn in Lexington Park, MD for one night on June 27, 2014. I received an email confirmation. On June 26 I tried calling the local Days Inn phone in Lexington Park, but no one answered. I then called the 1-800 number to confirm they still had my reservations - and everything was still confirmed. Later on that evening, I heard from several others who arrived a day earlier, that the Days Inn in Lexington Park was chained up and had padlocks on the door. They never notified anyone that they closed - so at the last minute all that had reservations had to scramble and find another hotel in the area. Days Inn Corporate did not even know that this location had closed. I kept getting the run around saying that the Lexington Park hotel was still open. It was not. I will NEVER make reservations at a Days Inn again.

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  11. Days Inn Maumee Ohio - This place is run by people who are arrogant and have no customer service skills. The GM and Owner "Al" laughed at me when I told him that I was charged for something I didn't do. Refusing to set things straight or even help me. His staff was just as unwilling. The maids, or at least the one I incountered was lazy and rolled her eyes at me more than one time when I asked if i could have a trash can for my room. They claim I trashed the room and left is "too dirty". I didn't know that it was the guest job to clean the rooms?! If so why am I paying you to stay there? The breakfast they put out each morning was basicly toast bagels and cereal and I picked up all the baked goods and they had mold on them. We were told they had a pool but upon arival was told that it didnt work and would not be repaired. I wouldn't recommend any one to stay at this Days Inn unless it was unavoidable. Spend the few extra buck and go next do where their pool actually works.

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  12. We booked three rooms this weekend (July 25 and 26, 2015) in Mackinaw City. We never received a confirmation with the final price so was very shocked to get a $992.34 bill. This is not the quote that we received online.

    We did like that our rooms were altogether, however we were very disappointed as to the condition of the room (wallpaper peeling off walls, no clock, no refrigerator). The "lakeview" as advertised was a view of the parking lot. These rooms had a general worn out shabby feel. The breakfast had no juice or milk as the machine was broken. This definitely was not a good value for what we paid.

    We have always stayed at the Clarion and know we would have had a better value there.

    We travel a lot and based on this experience, we are not so sure that the Days Inn will be on our list of hotels to stay at again. We are Wyndham members and find this whole experience very disappointing.

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  13. My daughter and I stayed in a Days Inn in Rice Lake Wisconsin on 8-22-14. After a soccer tournament in Duluth, my daughter woke up to find bugs crawling all over her pillow, bed and walls. I called the front desk and the clerk promptly came to our room, inspected the bugs and informed us that we needed to vacate the room immediately. It was 12:40am! We packed up our things and started moving to a different room. My daughter had her temperpedic pillow and down comforter. The clerk suggested we throw them both away and bagged it in a garbage bag. We could not sleep until 2:30 am because of the feeling of bugs crawling on us. When I complained to the front desk clerk on the morning, she said "we have had a problem with water bugs, and I cannot do anything for you. Sorry for the inconvenience". I explained that there were two types of bugs a larger brown one and smaller bugs. The night clerk confirmed that they were bed bugs. No discount or comp room! In addition, had to dispose of our pillow and comforter. Our belongings are still in quarantine in the garage. I have left three messages for the manager and he has not returned my calls. Very disgusted and disappointed !

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  14. August 26th, 2014, my significant other and I stayed in a Days Inn in Pigeon Forge, TN right beside the Dixie Stampede. We thought we'd stay there since it was close. Wrong choice. They gave us one room only to find it looked like someone had already been in the room so they gave us another room which was in the back of the hotel close to the pool. The room number wasn't even on the door. The door had a big gap, so didn't even fit tight and a gap on the bottom where the weather stripping had worn off. I could tell the carpet hadn't been swept. Very outdated and needs to be updated through out. Will never stay at a Days Inn again

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  15. We recently stayed at the Days Inn in Fredericksburg, VA. If we understand reading the card left on the beds it states the sheets and pillowcases are not changed if the previous guest was only there one night. This is according to their environmental plan. As we were tired from our long drive, we slept on top of the bedspreads. This policy should not be allowed.It is unsanitary and disgusting. We stop in Fredericksburg twice a year on our way south as do many of our friends from Canada. I will definately never stay there again and will let all our friends know.

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