As a Wyndham Rewards member, I tend to look for Wyndham hotels to stay at when we travel anywhere. While Days Inn is not the top of the line hotel, there prices often can’t be beat. This particular Days Inn in St. Louis (actually the suburb of Maryland Heights), had a great deal if you stayed for more than two nights. We really enjoyed our time at the hotel, especially the outdoor pool, given the heat of the week!
The lobby area of this Days Inn was quite lavish compared to most other Days Inns I’ve stayed at in the past. Our check in was very simple and we were directed to park in the back so that we would be closest to our room. While our room was technically on the first floor ground level, the back of the hotel has a lower level area, so after parking we did have to go up one small flight of stairs to reach our room. I took plenty of pictures of our room space, but please bear with the clutter as I took these our last day there after we’d been there for 4 nights!
When you walked into the room, the bathroom was just off to the right. I always like it when the sink area is separate from the rest of the bathroom, and this was especially nice sharing it with my sister. The shower water pressure was decent and we both even used the tub once as well. The carpet was a little worn, but other than that decent over all.
Directly ahead, there was a dresser, large TV, and desk on the left. We also had a queen bed, and couch on the right. It also was nice to have the coffee table by the couch as we used it to play games on during the week. There also was a small fridge and microwave just beyond the desk, both of which we used frequently as we often had leftovers!
The one downside to the hotel was the breakfast area. They had a nice selection of food and plenty of space to sit, including outdoor seating, (not that anyone would have wanted that when we visited!), however, one day we thought it would have been nice to take our leftovers to the breakfast area to eat seeing as how that coffee table wasn’t very conducive to eating food, but they had the breakfast area roped off. When we asked about it they said they didn’t want to have to clean it again, so we could only eat in our room or outside. Not a huge deal, but also not the norm from what I’ve had at other hotels.
Their outdoor courtyard space was very nice. They had lots of picnic seating and even a gazebo. This is also where the pool was located and most afternoons, despite the heat, we had it to ourselves to use. They had plenty of lounge chairs around the pool as well!
If you are looking for a cheap, yet safe feeling place to stay in the St. Louis area, I highly recommend this Days Inn. It’s located just off Interstate 270 so it’s fairly easy to access and just a short 20 min to half an hour drive into downtown depending on traffic.
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