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Days Inn Pittsburgh-Harmarville in Pittsburgh, PA

Days Inn Pittsburgh-Harmarville in Pittsburgh, PA

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Rating: 2.60

Address: 6 Landings Drive, Pittsburgh, PA, 15238

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    Comments (5):

    1. Joe L.
    This is a okay hotel. The bed is firm and nice and the room is clean. The free internet is okay. $55 is a good deal for a nice stay.

    27/08/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    2. Virginia L.
    Easy to get to from the turnpike. Relatively clean and already cooled down! Good value.

    13/08/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    3. Caitlin W.
    My relatives stayed at this hotel for a weekend and I stayed with them one night. We had a cot delivered for me to sleep on, however, it was saturated with the overpowering smell of cigarette smoke. The chair legs were wobbly and unstable. The wireless internet signal was useless, the remote barely worked, and the bathroom had ants. It was cheap, and you definitely get what you pay for.

    11/03/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. Adam H.
    I booked through priceline and it took me 20 minutes to check in. The hotel did not have my reservation on file, it took 3 staff members to find the fax and realize it never got put into the system.  One employee was more concerned with how they'd get their money than if I got a room or not. The only good things I can say are the location is good and the room is nice.

    01/05/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    5. Alex Z.
    I stayed here for one night.  It was cheap, and my room was in fine shape.  However, when I went out to meet some people for dinner and came back later at night, the internet had stopped working: there was a strong wireless signal, but their DHCP server was not giving me an IP address.  I called the front desk and the man there did not know anything; he was able to give me a wireless/ethernet bridge, which did not solve the problem because the weak signal was not the problem.  He also gave me a technical support number, which I called, and was placed on hold, which I hung up on after 10 minutes--I don't pay money in a motel just to have to call technical support: that's their job, not mine.  I gave up on getting the internet to work at night.

    In the morning, I connected to the internet successfully again, but it was running very slow.  I used to run an IT consulting business, and I have seen this sort of problem before, and it's usually a sign of a system that was overloaded.  When I returned to the motel at night, the parking lot was much more full and I bet more people were using the system and it was simply overloaded.  They also must really be skimping on their connection, because even when it was working, it was so slow that I had difficulty using basic web features such as google maps.

    The single issue of the internet not working is serious enough that I would not stay at this place again.  To me, internet not working is about as serious as a shower or toilet being broken, because it interferes with my ability to plan for my trip and can cause me to lose several of hours of valuable time.  I was not offered any refund or discount as compensation, and although the people working at the place were friendly and not at all rude, they did not seem particularly concerned about my predicament.

    20/10/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0