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Days Inn Airport-Coliseum in Charleston, SC

Days Inn Airport-Coliseum in Charleston, SC

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Rating: 2.25

Address: W Montague Ave & I 26, Charleston, SC, 29401

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    Comments (4):

    1. Derek B.
    Days Inn (Convention Center/Airport) (2 stars)

    I stayed here because the downtown hotels cost between $250 and $450, and I wasn't into spending that much just for a night of sleep. This place was generally clean (sheets, bathroom, etc.) but could use a lot of looking after. The walls were dirty, exhibiting leftover handprints from previous patrons (I don't want to know why they had to put their hands THERE!), and I couldn't find my television remote. But the lack of a remote was probably better, since I had to be up early.

    But WAIT, my alarm clock, properly set and showing ON, did not work, either. So, I'm late for my first day at work. Great first impression.

    Was it worth $100? Not really, but the location was right.

    04/05/07 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    2. Amber P.
    Great price, but you get what you pay for. Not a "rat-motel," but not the Ritz either. Friendly staff, decent self-serve breakfast, and clean rooms. a great place to bunk for cheap if you only need it a couple nights.

    21/09/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    3. Zane C.
    On our recent foodie jaunt from NC to Charleston we got caught without a reservation, a dramatic arts event going on, had to grab a hotel quick as we could and I have one thing to say up front before I write this review:

    This is NOT a hotel. It's a crack house with numbers on the doors. Period.

    Now, the lady at the desk who checked us in (April 11th) was nice as she could be; however, on heading over to our room (241) we couldn't get one key to work so I tried the other and was able to get the door opened even with the shattered lock assembly which showed a clear footprint where it had been kicked in. On entering we found the TV and tables covered in a sticky brown soda, the beds partially unmade, and of course, called the front desk. The same nice lady said she could relocate us to another room (263, overlooking the dry swimming pool, and near the back where I witnessed quite a few drug deals going down) and since we were already on that floor my wife and I decided to try one more room. I went to fetch the key, got back to the second room and knowing the town's hotels were sold out, we decided to rough it for the one night and then move on.

    Everything about the hotel is dated but this room had apparently been cleaned enough that we could stand it for one night. That is, until that night when the fights and screaming started to break out, the first one being a couple of fine individuals right outside our door, the male of the couple deciding to forcibly extract from his lady's hand her cell phone, to which she took exception and started screaming, whereupon he threw her into our door, the second story railing, until she finally ran away screaming. You can hear every sound through these old antiquated doors, folks.

    That incident took place at 9:08PM, at which time I began calling the front desk repeatedly, but never got an answer. I then tried, as did my wife, to use our cell phones to contact the main number of the hotel since I had it on my phone from when I booked through Expedia. Yep, no answer. We tried off and on until 12 midnight, never got an answer.

    On speaking with the manager the next morning (she called us after I reported the night's events to the housekeeper) she informed me that "no one called to report that." I asked if she'd like to see both my and my wife's cell phones Recent Calls List to verify that we called repeatedly from 9 until midnight but she wasn't interested.

    Folks, do not be caught in this place. I only gave it one star and reluctantly so, so that I could write a Review and warn you guys. This is a dump, pure and simple, a drug-dealer's dream, a place of violence and crime and no, we'll never go back.

    I'm also going to try and post photos later (they're on my phone) of the hazardous sub-standard wiring and rampant Building Code violations I photographed both in the room and at other parts of the property. Dangerous, big time.

    15/04/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. Jeremy A.
    For the money this was definitely an ideal place to stay if you're in the charleston area. I was here for an event at the coliseum and this was real close by.

    The rooms were clean and the front staff was friendly. It also didn't look there was someone murdered in my room previously so thats a plus.

    If had bad experiences at Days Inn before but this place wasn't that bad at all. If you need somewhere to crash on the cheap, check this place out.

    29/03/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0