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out of 9 reviews
The hotel was satisfactory. It was too far away to be convenient so once you got there you stayed. Nothing interesting around the hotel and rooms and doors very thin you can hear people talking outside. the beds were comfy and the staff very friendly. They need to invest in fiberfill pillows.
THE ROOMS WERE CLEAN.MICRO AND FRIDGE PROVIDED. STAFF COURTEOUS AND HELPFUL. BREAKFAST WAS CEREAL,MUFFINS,ROLLS,TOAST,WAFFELS,COFFEE&JUICE. MCDONALDS,DENNYS,ARBYS&IORN SKILLET NEARBY.
“Good choice for anyone”
Excellent choice for a room with no surprises. Only thing that brought it down to a "4" over all is that the TV left something to be desired. Small screen, and not a very good picture.
“Good for a place to lay your head”
I'm from Wisconsin and this was just a stop over point for us on a trip to the Ozarks. We spent one night there on the way down and one night on the way back. It suited us enough for somewhere to sleep, but I probably wouldn't recommend more than a single night's stay there as there isn't much around it as far as amenities and entertainment are concerned. The staff was friendly and willing to help with any questions and problems, but the bathroom had a bit of mold on the ceiling.
“Not bad. That's about all I can say.”
My wife and I thought that the room was a little sub-par, but overall not bad. There was a mish-mash of old and new furniture, indicating that the hotel may be in the process of renovations. The bath tub left something to be desired, though. The paint was chipping off of the walls, where they meet the tub, possibly due to water damage, and some of the white paint inside the tub had worn down to reveal a tan color that looked almost 'unfinished'. There was also a tan non-slip mat in the tub which gave the impression that it was covering more damage, but I didn't want to mess with it, so I left it where it was. All in all, I wouldn't say it was a bad experience. The old vacuum tube television had a pretty good sized screen, and we were comfortable in the bed. I think the price might be ten to fifteen dollars higher than it should be. But in all honesty, it's the cheapest in the area, and if it came down to price, I would still be comfortable staying there.
The room was very small. The toilet rocked and was not attatched. would not flush properly. the refrig. did not work. very unhappy for the price charged. we will not stay there again.
Room 103 is in dire need of refurbishing. Bathroom walls disintegrating, faucet needs adjusting, carpet filthy and ragged, sofa needs recovering.
“No Days Inn”
Upon entering the room at Days Inn in Kingdom City, MO, I was greeted with a musty, dank odor. The property is old and run down and smelly. Towels were scratchy. I would not recommend this place.
I don't mind outdated but I have no tollerance for filthy. The Days Inn in Kingdom City was dirty. It didn't look as if housekeeping did anything but change the sheets and towels.