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Company Info: Rating: 3.09
Address: 710 North Palafox Street, Pensacola, FL, 32501
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1. David B.
Great rates, but a true case of getting what you pay for. Functional for one night.
10/01/12 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
2. Jen T.
This was definitely a great location, literally three minutes from Downtown which has so much to offer. I recommend going to the little market on Sat.(it's over by 1pm, so try to be early). It was about a fifteen minute drive from Pensacola beach, which for the price I didn't really mind. If your not rich, but still want a great hotel this is the place.
The only problem I had was that the hotel was a little musty. Other than that it was perfect.
06/07/09 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
3. Steven S.
Old and the lady at the desk was sort of rude. Could've stayed at a nicer place for the same price. Also, our room door did not completely close. We returned from dinner and found the door cracked. Luckily, nothing was stolen, but it was scary.
09/02/13 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
4. Mel L.
Really easy to get to from I110. Room was clean. Everything worked fine. The restaurant attached to the property is closed but there is a lot of stuff nearby. It was a convenient place to stay for one night in that area. If I needed a cheap room around here again, I'd come back.
11/07/12 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
5. Katherine M.
I was not going to give this place this high of a rating, I mean, it is in a nice location that is walking distance from a lot of places downtown, which is convinient for visitng but then I walked into one of the more expensive hotels, the Crowne Plaza Hotel and it was basically double the rate of this hotel for a room that was not really that impressive. I was then extremely happy with this hotel.
Had a full double bed one and everything was great, the bathrooms were recently renovated and while it does not look lovely from the outside, what is important is the room All of the linens were fresh and they had one of those matress cover things so no bed bugs to worry about.
I only have one or two notes, the first being the light switches for the bathroom and vanity area are super weird so get ready for that. Also the television was not working properly, but it had to do with the outlets not being in complete working orrder. Not sure if the lights had recently gone out or something, but it was weird.
All in all I was happy with my stay there and had no real issues. I also really liked the WiFi password, it worked quite well.
06/03/13 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
6. John H.
The pictures posted on travel websites are totally off. Bottom line, this place needs some major updating/maintenance. But I did sleep comfortably, and most everything in the room was in working order. Location-wise, while it's VERY convenient to get anywhere in Pensacola within ten minutes, that also creates a bit of a problem with some of the noise in the area. But the one that bugged me the most was the garbage truck on Saturday morning at 4:30 A.M. - beeping loud as f**k. I do believe they can turn that s**t off, yeah? Customer service at the front desk was good, although I didn't have any major issues, except the wi-fi which just sucked. Oh, and the thermostat that was motion-sensored. Not so much a great thing when you're sleeping at night and don't move at all in your sleep. I had to wake up several times JUST to move around a bit so the A/C would kick back on.
For the price I paid, though, I can't complain. And it was cool that the maids living in the room next door (Room 360) didn't speak English. (Can't say that I've ever seen THAT anywhere else in the world before, so that was new to me. But they seemed nice and friendly considering the language barrier...!)
15/07/13 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
7. Katarina V.
Found a coupon in a hotel booklet at a rest stop. They're undergoing renovations, so the outer appearance of the lobby didn't look very promising. The staff member at the front desk was very professional and provided loads of helpful info including writing the checkout time, wifi password, and free breakfast hours on my room key slip. I asked for a handicap accessible room for my aunt, and was given one at no extra charge. The parking was a bit odd, but we figured it out, and our room was less than 50 yards from the parking area. Very convenient! The hotel room itself was clean and cozy with ample lighting, a desk with a chair, a couch, and a tv with area for storage underneath. The bathroom was bright, gorgeous and was equipped for handicap needs. Only downside was the water took about 5-7 minutes to warm up. The beds were absolutely heavenly with goose-feather down comforters and extra pillows. The bathroom door frame was warped and made it difficult to close, but this was just a minor inconvenience. Due to the changing time zones, we woke up late in a panic as it was already past the noon checkout time. We contacted the guy at the front desk and told us it was all fine and that we had an additional 45 minutes to turn in our room keys. Overall, an excellent experience for a bargain price.
04/10/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
8. Rani J.
The hotel is currently undergoing some renovations to the outside of the buildings so the front parking lot is a little hectic. Parking around here is kinda weird. But the rooms were nice. Marble top furniture and recently renovated rooms. The outlets are kinda screwy and the wifi isn't that great (but it is free, so...). Because of the location, there's a lot of noise from a train somewhere. You're within awesome walking distance of the historical district which has a lot of great pubs, sports bars and restaurants. For the price, we were satisfied with our stay though.
We were going to try the creole restaurant inside the hotel. You get 10% off your meal if you show your room key. But the prices seemed a little much and the overall appearance left a little to be desired, so we decided elsewhere.
13/04/14 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
9. Robert G.
This place is unique. I'd say about 3.4 stars.
Mostly, this Days Inn is about value. It is a decently priced chain hotel in a good location, walkable from the historic area about 5 or 6 blocks south of it.
A few things have gotten better. The front desk service has gotten better, and on all shifts. They are actually pretty cool folks. The building itself is being remodeled, apparently in phases. I like the newer interiors minus the floral bedspreads and all the furnishings that tend to go with that. I will note that the width of the rooms is not particularly ample. The amount of room between the foot of the bed and the dresser/desk is sort of tight.
The breakfast is a free breakfast. If you make multiple trips, it can shrink how much you need for lunch. The patronage is interesting - tourists, people who are local enough but are overnighting here, people on job assignments, some of whom appeared to be in construction, and people who you just can't figure out. However, it makes for an interesting and eclectic collection of guests. You can almost tell who hails from the area because they take to the biscuits and gravy without batting an eye. There was some higher than expected drama than is typical on a few evenings. One thing pissed me off. They put out containers for different types of recyclables and people threw their shit haphazardly into the containers it wasn't meant to go into. Are some people that stupid and/or indifferent?
There is additional funkiness. The design of pasted on stucco and build-outs on the remodeled areas is sort of generic and integrates weirdly with the brick and wrought iron parts. Pensacola is not Las Vegas. The property seems to have 3 main structures. Closest to the street is the main building with the lobby, administration, the breakfast room, and a watering hole. Then, there is the main L-shaped hotel building with the pool down a swale from that. Then, beyond that, down a retaining wall and across another parking lot, is the old style building I remember. In fact, the passage from the upper parking lot onto the exterior walkways of the rearmost building transfers onto its 2nd floor! That tells you that the very last parking lot is one floor down, so to speak.
Again, you can do a beach hotel on the barrier island, you can do the Pensacola Grand (now the Crowne Plaza), you can do cheapo motels on Pensacola Blvd. near I-10, you can do nicer and newer extended stay type properties near Davis Hwy. and I-10 or toward the N.A.S., or you can stay here at the Days Inn. It's up to you ... and your wallet.
04/06/14 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
10. Jaqueline R.
Oh. My. God. RUDEST staff I have ever encountered. I am 48 years old and have stayed here over 40 times over the past 30 years. Recently I had the worst experience and I will never be back.
RUDE, NASTY, ANGRY witch at the front desk would not let me check in unless my disabled mother came in to the lobby/front desk since we were using her credit card. So I reluctantly attempted to pay with cash. She ADDED $20 to the rate. It was the most bizarre experience I have ever had.
The front desk girl is salty and soured. She needs to be fired and charged with ADA discrimination. We were in town for a funeral. Absolutely ruined our day.
I will never set foot again in that disgusting hell-hole ever again.
27/01/15 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
11. Allison M.
Solid value for the price you pay. Excellent rates, courteous staff, free breakfast. For 80$/night, that's a pretty good deal. You're a very close drive to the beach, and for the money you're saving, it's worth it.
My only qualm was that the rooms were a little grimy.
17/05/15 | Link
| Rating: 4.0