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Days Inn Portland South in Clackamas, OR

Days Inn Portland South in Clackamas, OR

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Company Info:

Rating: 2.62

Address: 9717 Se Sunnyside Road, Clackamas, OR, 97015

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    Comments (21):

    1. Thomas K.
    I've stayed here many times over the last 15-20 years when in the area.  Clean but somewhat spartan rooms.  Complimentary breakfast in the morning - cereal, rolls, juice, coffee, etc.  Decent pool and indoor whirlpool spa.  Reasonable rates; book on the Days Inn website.  The best thing about this place is that there is a McMenamin's in the strip center just across the parking lot from the Days Inn.  Good burgers and their own beers.  More than one night I've been glad I've just had a short walk back to the room.

    15/02/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    2. Gary J.
    This is my go to motel in the Portland area.  Quick access by freeway North East South and West.

    The place is well kept, with comfortable beds and pillows.  I've always experienced good wi-fi access, lots of good parking.

    The breakfast has waffles and other goodies.  And the price is right.

    I agree with Thomas K. that  McMenamin's is a huge draw.  They have great brews (they brew their own) and late night specials.

    08/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Danika L.
    I was in Portland for a shopping weekend.  After spending an uncomfortable night at the Ramada Portland Airport, we moved south to the Days Inn.  What a difference!  The place truly smelled like a non-smoking hotel and the place looked cleaner. The location was great, being super close to Clackamas Town Center and other surrounding stores.  One negative would be the rooms and beds seemed smaller than normal.  That didn't matter too much though.  The free breakfast was a welcome surprise!  I was expecting the usual packaged muffins/donuts and stale coffee usually offered at budget motels.  I was pleasantly surprised to see waffles (diy, they have 2 waffle irons and pre-measured batter), toast/muffins/donuts, boiled eggs, fruit, tea/coffee/juice etc...!  The breakfast made my day and capped off a pleasant stay at the Days Inn.

    26/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Lily L.
    BUG INFESTED! room 147! 2 queen beds

    So when we went into the room, we saw a mosquito, we killed it.

    My friend got under the blankets and got itchy and red, like rashes.. This only happens to her when she's in contact with something dirty, ( aka the blankets must not  been washed, and the previous persons body oil clogged her pores X.x)

    and as she open her blanket another bug came out...

    What went wrong.
    - the toliet would keep refilling the water in the tank cosntantly and make noises throughout the night. How annoying is that??? Something wrong...

    the heater/ac would turned out itself and make funny noises throughout the night....

    what a terrible night sleep.

    so i mention we killed a mosquito.. when it landed on the heater and when i found it the next day, it was getting eat by ants... ewww

    I found one ant in the sink.

    Dont go here!

    17/07/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    5. Keith H.
    Portland is a regular destination for me, and for accommodations I'm value-conscious - neither rock bottom nor luxury. Days Inn Portland South is a perfect mix for those wanting good value for the money.

    For a motel in Portland, the location can't get much better: right on I-205, with a couple of strip malls nearby and Clackamas Town Center and MAX just a five to ten minute walk away over the freeway overpass. Just far enough away from downtown, but with lots of amenities.

    I stayed there twice last July, with a side trip to Seattle and Vancouver in between. My first room on the second floor was pretty spacious, but the second room I got on the first floor, not so much. Both had comfortable beds, though.

    A couple of instances of good service I got there: When I checked in, the night manager gladly handed me the package I mailed ahead, without charge. And when I checked out the first time, I wanted to make sure my reservations were there for my return stay. The day manager offered to check and reconfirm and call me, and he did while I was on the road to Seattle. Very reassuring.

    Overall, I had a very good experience there and it's definitely going to be on my short list of hotels to check out on future visits to Portland.

    31/03/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. Patrick C.
    Herself and I often choose to stay at the Sunnyside Days in when we visit Portland. We first choose the motel because it was close to where our son was living at the time. That was nearly 10 years ago.  We have always found the staff to be friendly, the rooms clean and the prices reasonable. Their location, right off the 205, makes it the perfect home base for exploring the Portland area in general.

    18/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. Katherine L.
    The rooms are REALLY small.  The shower looked really dirty.  On a good note, there's a McMenamin's within walking distance, Gustav's is across the street, and it is somewhat easy access to / from 205.

    17/12/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    8. Sarah S.
    I stay in hotels a lot for business travel.  I booked a room here for a night out with my boyfriend.  He likes to snoop around and we were watching tv (on the POS tv) and he tried to move it so I could see better and he pulled a towel out from behind the tv stand and it was bloody!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I can't make this up!!!!  So disgusting.  He threw it in the hallway and called the front desk and told them they may want to put on rubber gloves to come pick it up.  Then the remote to the tv and the desk chair were slimy (think KY).  We were so grossed out.  Will NOT be staying here again.  The girl at the front desk was fabulous though :)  After the nasty room experience, there was no way we were staying for breakfast in the morning.

    27/12/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    9. Scott C.
    Simply awful. The room was tiny, there were random mattresses and box springs in the hallway, wallpaper was secured with masking tape in places and the breakfast was an ancient waffle maker and week old boiled eggs. It is time for them to invest Ina wrecking ball.

    22/01/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    10. Nneka G.
    This is a dump. The place has not been updated since it opened, which I think was 1974, and the walls and carpets secretes every scent that was in this place. The $99 per night is ridiculous for the quality of the hotel and the fact that we had to change rooms, constantly tell them to clean it (because not all the workers can understand english) and that our room was harboring gnats. For the first couple of nights I was afraid to sleep under the covers but I got tired of freezing during the night, I will be getting a tetanus shot when I return.

    09/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    11. MISTY L.
    Desk staff was nice. Room had dirty wash cloth on floor might have just been dropped.  Otherwise room was clean. Nothing special. Television was broke called front desk a little after 5 pm said they would send someone up two calls later went to bed at 9:30 nobody  came to replace television that had  fuzzy grreen picture and no sound. Breakfast was pretty slim 1/2 cut muffins,  gravy but ran out of biscuits before 8. Overall not worth a 70 room.

    07/12/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    12. Jonathan S.
    Great hotel if you are looking for somewhere to stay for a night it is right across the street from the mall or you can take the train to another mall in downtown The only disadvantage is it's hidden behind a parking but once you find it it is very easy to get to plus it has free breakfast

    11/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    13. Kathy S.
    We've stayed here several times over the last ten or so years.  It's convenient for visiting family and shopping.
    Positives:  Quiet room, great bed.
    Negatives:  Looking rundown and tired, small bathroom, tv sound terrible, water so hot I warn parents of children--can easily be scalded, not much water pressure in shower, hate fluorescent lighting.
    Overall ok but needs renovation.

    01/11/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    14. Caroline M.
    From what I could tell from other hotels in the area (i.e. Clackmas), this one is the best. No, it's not the best hotel, not the best hotel in Portland by any means. If you're looking for luxury, keep looking. Frankly, if you're looking for anything other than a cheap, clean hotel just for the purpose of sleeping, keep looking.
    Pros: It was clean. It was cheap ($70 for a night off expedia). It's right off the highway. The staff is really friendly and they let us check in 1 hour and 15 minutes before the actual check in time. Free wifi (but honestly every place should have it).
    Cons: It needs major updating. Everything is outdated. Everything is the same color, like a muted mustard yellow. The breakfast was lacking. It seems to still be a popular hotel, the breakfast area was completely full. Breakfast choices were muffins, dixie cups for coffee, cereal, and toast. Not the greatest complimentary breakfast. The rooms are pretty small. I read some bad reviews about the pool, so maybe don't use it.

    We're used to staying at much better hotels, so it's always hard to rate these kind of places. For being a cheap hotel, it's not that bad. There were no bugs or anything and the sheets were clean.

    21/11/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    15. Matt L.
    Great bang for the buck, I got an inexpensive rate on Travelocity, got a room and slept well. It's not a great destination hotel, but an AWESOME place to sleep inexpensively hotel.

    The chick at the front desk was on top of her shit and spoke English (Always a bonus). there is carb heavy breakfast available, a stairmaster that they call a gym. the parking lot is kind of awkward, the rooms are extremely small, and yeah the TV isn't a flat screen (I'm more interested in whats on, rather than how i am watching it)

    But I slept here, and I slept here inexpensively, and had no fear on being night-raped. You will too! So I'll give this a definite thumbs up!

    10/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    16. Danita K.
    This place is not the greatest. Yes you get a good price however at what expense. The lights is our room take forever to brighten up. The bathroom sink is all chipped and the bathroom is dirty. We are staying with our skate team and one of the members had half used shampoo bottles and the fridge was full of food. Another member had to change rooms because no lights worked and when they turned the fan on in the bathroom it made a weird noise and started to smoke. Stay away my friends stay away.

    19/10/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    17. Paula L.
    My family will never stay at a Days Inn again nor recommend the chain to anyone. We changed rooms immediately because room we were given was dirty and the lights did not work. The next room was a bit better, but my overall impression is that the place was unclean. I was there with a group and half of us did not have our rooms cleaned on the same day. New carpet was being laid, but it felt lumpy to walk on it. Couldn't wait to leave.

    15/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    18. Paul W.
    It was just a room, nothing special but you get what you pay for, On the plus side the room is cheap and clean. I would say that their housekeeping staff is very good. it has the basics: free Wi-Fi, coffeemaker, TV with cable, microwave. Negative: it's dated, not nearly enough outlets for us techie types. I had to unplug the coffee maker to charge my phone.Cable was grainy and most stations fuzzy. At checkout at 7:00am there was no one at the desk and I waited over 15 minutes for someone to show up. I finally walked out because I had an appointment I needed to get to. Poor selection for breakfast. Bottom line: I might stay here again, but first I'd look for something else better and I would pay more for better quality. But if you're on a tight budget it's fine.

    06/12/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    19. Cathy R.
    I googled hotels in SE Portland and came up with Day's Inn in Clackamas, it's on Sunnyside Road.

    I called the reservations line and spoke to someone about the reservation. The most important thing during this part of the process was a room with Early Checkin. This is because my car had broken down, it was 4am and I didn't want to wake up early! I was bone tired!

    I was assured by the reservationist that the hotel had early check in. He said I'd be checking in on the 7th and I said "Well wait, that's not early checkin then, that's checking in last night, instead of this morning". He said that the only way to ensure the early checkin was for him to put that date.

    I had him confirm the checkout date, he said "tomorrow". That left me feeling a bit apprehensive so I asked him which actual date we'd be checking out and he said on the 9th.


    I called a cab, headed for the hotel and .. you know it wasn't perfect already don't you?
    Honestly, the price isn't terrible as is. If it'd have been 4pm and a regular checkin, these are 'decent (not great, and not super clean.. but decent..) rooms for a pretty good price.

    It was 430 am by now though, not 4pm, and the clerk said he had no idea why that agent would have told me that. That I'd have to pay more for the early checkin.

    Long saga ensued.. we called the reservations line back. They were ABSOLUTELY unaccountable and refused to fix the error. It was like talking to a wall! I was told only the customer service department could help me, and that they'd be open during the day.

    I called customer service later on, and was told that no one could listen to that call to find out what happened until the 14th. Are you kidding me?!

    Now, I should mention that the night guy was pretty helpful, he was absolutely professional (even tho I didn't get what I wanted) and he did take $20 off the price of the room and give me 2 hours for late check out @ 10 an hour (so at breakeven ;) ).

    He said he'd have his coworker look at it in the am. She'd tell me what I now owed to change it to early checkin. At least I wouldn't be woken up in the middle of the night.

    Well, she dd extend us to the 9th, and at this point, I've agreed to pay her an unknown amount of money whenever she's ready. Her credit card machine isn't working and she's just absolutely not dealing with the stress.

    She's extremely pushy with all the guests, stress level maxed, and even apologized for being so abrupt, then explained why, and continued to meltdown. Lordy that one!

    The door to the room doesn't lock. There was hair on the wall, just stuck there. I cleaned the nasty tub...

    But again, the room was cheap, and the sheets clean. The maid was also super sweet, though she did indeed wake us up at 11. :P

    08/10/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    20. Geoff K.
    Stayed here for five nights while training. The staff were friendly, helpful and efficient. Breakfast was good, waffles, cereal, toast juices and yogurt, although somewhat heavy on the carbs.

    There were a few items in the room which needed maintenance. The door didn't latch on exit, so had to be pulled shut, once the chambermaid failed to do this so when I came back in the evening the door was not secured. Drain in sink didn't work properly, bulb missing from light, draw front hanging off. Although these were irritating they weren't very significant.

    Overall it was a pleasant stay, but some rigorous attention to maintenance is needed.

    15/09/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    21. Noël V.
    This is one of those cases where a 3.5 would work best, but they deserve the bump up considering how economic the stay is.

    They have a free shuttle to pick you up from airport/medical center & to drop you back off when necessary. I just called the same day as my arrival, and let them know the night before for my departure. Shuttle service was efficient and free.

    They front desk staff was extremely helpful and friendly throughout my stay, so well done there. The free breakfast was pretty underwhelming, and I decided to skip it after seeing it the first morning.

    Rooms here are super basic and on the small side, but everything was clean and they even include a fridge & microwave. While I was there it looked like they were tearing up carpets from the other rooms and so I'm guessing they are updating the space.

    All and all, I'd recommend for singles/couples when you just need a safe & inexpensive place to lay your head in Portland.

    06/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0