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Days Inn Six Flags Ballpark Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX

Days Inn Six Flags Ballpark Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX

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Rating: 1.50

Address: 910 N Collins, Arlington, TX, 76011
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Comments (6):

1. Derek B.
We reserved this place for a Rangers game and when we got there they lost our reservation and yelled at us because they lost it. There was also a huge bowl of rotting apples in the lobby and it was just dirty. Also apparently we missed the sign that said the maid will burst into your room at 9 Am to clean regardless of weather you have checked out or are still sleeping.  This tops the list as worst place I  have ever stayed and that truly says something.  Pay the extra money and stay someplace else.

05/07/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
2. Don S.
Ghetto! Can't believe Jerry Jones didn't implode this place when he built his billion $$ stadium across the street. This place is the eye-sore of Collins.  Any-hoot, my drunken Butt decided to stay here on a night on the town. It was either stay here or get a DWI if you know what I mean,,,lol.   I just want to inform everyone that this place charges a $100 deposit when you check in.  They make you sign a blank receipt and then they run your card for $100 and you won't see the money again for a few days. What's silly is there is nothing in the room that is even worth $100.  This place is nothing more then a Motel 6 in the ghetto.

28/04/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
3. Emily H.
Yes this is a days inn so you would expect to get what you paid for but this was pretty awful. I only stayed here because i was going to a concert at the att stadium and its literally across the street. be aware they do make you pay $40 extra for parking when there are special events at the stadium. it also took me over an hour to check in. completely ridiculous. honestly the rooms are gross. it is worth your money to stay somewhere farther away from the stadium and pay extra for a taxi.

25/07/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
4. Michelle P.
DO NOT STAY HERE EVER!!!!!! I got a room for my mom when she came into town and it was HELL!!!!! RUDE STAFF FILTHY ROOMS NASTY NASTY NASTY!!!!! They were renovating the floor above her and hammerd like the whole time. It smelled so bad she had to keep her window open the whole time.  It was HELL!!!!!! I felt SO bad I put my mom there next time she comes to town im putting her somewhere 5 star just to mske up for THE NIGHTMARE she had to endure here!!!!!!!!! Just dont do it!!!! You will regret it!!!! And they didnt even care when we complained!!!!! It was HORRIBLE!!!!!!!

10/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
5. Stacy S.
This place deserves a 1/8 of a star... there were sour milk served to the guest the kids so happen say a trail of ants we open the milk and they were everywhere. .. the lady took it to the back brought out more sour milk... Noone at the breakfast after the first day of check in... no one ate any of the food but the waffles...and the yogurt... the pictures online have been photo shopped this place has mold about the showers around the floor.... now I know why if you pay online you cannot be reimbursed your money... the entrance and exit doors stay wide open all night... it's not a secure hotel... Motel 6 and super 8 are palaces compared to this place... i needed to get my car out and there was several cars blocking me in... my kids needed dinner ans my dad needed asprin from Walmart he had to suffer a sprained ankel without it because I couldn't get my car out ... This place sold the parking lot for 50 bucks a spot on land that didn't belong to them... forced the hotel guest to park on the side and behind the hotel blocking them all in with cars... ridiculous. .. I'm so glad I did not have to take some to a hospital they would have probably died on my watch because my car was blocked in an d the parking lot was so congested ... on another note to get food I had to walk through intersection with children.... This is ridiculously insane. .. the front desk are rude as heck and none of them speak proper english.... told us we need to get out the room on time because they were booked with paying customers. .. excuse me??? Like I did not just get roped into this room online??? Horrible the list goes on  with the nasty swimming pool. .. ants everywhere we had to buy ant spray for the room it was so bad... they give you no fridge or microwave in the rooms so everything stems from no pest control at all in this ant-tel... the front desk said be out by 11 we have johovah witnesses that has book up the hotel and you guys need to be out.... what kind of customers service is this?

Do not book this place.... It's ran down far from ghetto more like trailer trash

24/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
6. Aliyah K.
I know, I know.  It's a Days Inn but it was A-OK for what we needed which was a place to sleep after seeing U2 last year.  And maybe a place to get drunk first before seeing U2.  And a place to leave our car...and our dog...and our stuff.

So, yeah.  Not much to say here.  Full length windows overlooking a parking lot and low income housing.  Dirty carpet cleaned to the best of the maid's abilities.

A polyester bed cover.

But hey, they are pet friendly, we could park there and WALK to the stadium.

There are other nicer options near the stadium but if you want to be shuttled there you are at the mercy of every other person at the hotel.  No thanks.  Or you call a cab or car service and wait in traffic.  No thanks.

So yes, we paid like $119 to stay here.  Don't laugh.

They have breakfast in the morning.  Brown, white and beige breakfast.  White bread, make your own waffles, cereal, white bagels, meh.  We were saved by a bowl of apples, nice touch on the fresh fruit.

The staff was super nice and this place is next to two convenience stores that sell beer.  Beer makes everything better.

If you are going to a concert or Cowboys game and are looking for a super close hotel - this is it.  I mean really, this is it, like the best you are going to get so fork up the $119 and have a good time.

21/07/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0