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Company Info: Rating: 3.20
Address: 2500 Dean Forest Road, Savannah, GA, 31408 Hotels in Savannah, GA
1. Kristin B.
If you're looking for a cheap motel style place to stay within reasonable distance of Savannah, this is your place. We found the drive to River Street to be about 15 minutes one way.
It's nothing fancy (come on, it's a Days Inn folks!) but it gets the job done if you're not planning on spending much time in your hotel room anyway. Bathroom was passable, bed was comfortable, and the room was relatively quiet. I don't know if I'll stay again, but I would feel okay recommending it to others.
08/06/10 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
2. Nathan H.
Above all, stay here if you are just looking for a place to crash. We were driving through Georgia and just wanted a burger and a bed. If you do stay at this place, ASK FOR A ROOM AT THE BACK OF THE HOTEL because in the front, there is a hillbilly bar that is terrifying, and it is open, bar and kitchen, until after 3:00 a.m. This comes complete with hootin' AND hollerin' and a guy who slipped trying to show off and then acted like it didn't happen. That's always the best. We tried to order over the phone, but the sound of hatred in the background was too loud; the server couldn't hear me screaming our order. As a result, we went into the place and ordered to-go. Let me add that I frequent bars; however, this bar, which is located literally on/in a lake, did not take kindly to people not from there. This isn't a great thing considering that it is a hotel restaurant. When we walked in, the music screeched to a stop, and it was a very, '...back the way you came' moment. Apparently, Georgia is still very early-to-mid-90's, fashionably and with smoking in public (politically, 1790's); this is another reason to order your food to-go. The food was about what you would expect, two greasy burgers and a gyro with only onions but ordered without onions (taste was not bad, though). The next morning, we waited up specifically for the continental breakfast. Everyone complains that these things are yogurt, cereal, fruit, etc, ya know the simple breakfast foods; obviously, that's what nearly all of them are now, so get over that. Seriously, stop complaining about what isn't at the free breakfast, ya cheap-o. They're not going to give you a Grand Slam or a Tremendous 12; those breakfasts aren't free. It was pretty standard issue, except, once again, Southern charm abounded. When we walked in, the woman yelled across the room at us, "what room y'all in?" I told her, and she quickly disappeared back into the back, assumably to make sure that we weren't there to steal their granola. When she came back, she walked by me, and I said, "how we doin'?" And she said, "[insert heavy Southern accent, like Maggie from Walking Dead, but not delightfully unaffected] ok?" Not, "ok." Not, "OK!" She said, "ok?" like, 'is this what we're gonna do?' Listen, I know my intonation; it wasn't a pleasant 'ok'. When we checked in, sometime before midnight, the woman was extremely nice, which I believe is against their policy, so she'll probably be fired by the time you read this. The room was fine. The towels are made from steel wool, which is durable and only great on one's skin if one happens to be a rhinoceros. Naturally, all of the decor was totally dated, and the humidity outside could choke a donkey; on the whole, though, it was a place to crash. There were a couple people here and there, in the parking lot and at the bar, who clearly had more of an affinity for meth than their teeth and a few stray cats losing their fur in clumps (that, incidentally, don't like peanut butter) milling around to make everything just a little creepier, but we were looking for a cheap hotel to spend the night; that's what it was. Also, there was a lovely tree in the parking lot with plenty of Spanish moss hanging from it. We just don't get that in the north. UPDATE: The South hasn't risen again...yet.
30/08/14 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
3. Angela L.
The room was clean and had everything I needed, including being pet friendly. I stayed here en route from BWI area moving to the Fort Lauderdale area. It's hard finding a place to stay that is pet friendly, and the Days Inn exceeded what I needed. The room was clean, the pets and I had a place to eat and sleep for the night, and I had a nice grassy area to walk and play with my dog in. After making sure the pets were taken care of, I went to the bar on site, and was able to relax from the road trip. The Wi-Fi was fine, and the breakfast was what I needed before hitting the road again.
13/08/14 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
4. Kandis A.
This is the hotel my family stays in when we are in Savannah. It close to some of the places we frequent. The front desk staff is really friendly and makes sure you are satisfied with your stay. One of the employees admired my beauty and gave me a discount on the room. And they say beauty doesn't pay.....LOL!!! The rooms are affordable and they give all kinds of discounts for government employees and being a part of certain organizations!!!! The rooms are fine. They come with a microwave, refrigerator/freezer, and coffee maker. Pretty much all you need for a night's stay. They also offer free WIFI too. They also serve breakfast in the morning. It's mostly instant items instead of a good, hearty meal. We ate there one time but the lady working in there was so rude that we decided not to ever eat there again. We settle for a local fast food breakfast. They also allow pets here wherever we stay we see people bringing their pets along. One time I was checking in early in the morning and no one was at the front desk. I waited for about 10 minutes for someone to come to the desk. The lady had just went to the bathroom upstairs and apologized and even gave me another bargain on the room. I was very pleased with this. My family is always satisfied staying here when we are in Savannah!!!
26/08/14 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
5. terry h.
A very pleasant surprise.
Please note the address is for the Savannah Airport motel as distinguished from the midtown Oglethorpe Mall motel we know nothing about.
I stayed at the cheapest motel I could find on the internet with lousy reviews elsewhere. I can say nothing about a bar and grill in a separate building, what they might serve for the complimentary breakfast. I was not so concerned with terrible reviews because this time I was not accompanied by my wife.
What I found was a very clean, well-maintained, friendly motel instead of the filthy rathole with surly help described elsewhere.
I mentioned to the night clerk as I was checking out the terrible reviews.
"I know," she said. "Hope you will say a good word for us."
Done. My pleasure.
25/10/10 | Link
| Rating: 4.0