is a leading provider of low-cost, reliable lodging, with more than 1,850 locations in 14 countries. Part of the Wyndham Hotel Group, all Days Inn hotels are independently owned and operated. Travelers can expect basic, affordable accommodations.
Nearly all Days Inn locations offer a free Continental breakfast, complimentary USA Today newspaper, high-speed Internet access, coffee and shampoo. Guest rooms supply a hair dryer and alarm clock radio, and most have a TV.
The Days Inn brand includes several tiers, including Days Inn, Days Hotel, Days Suites, and Days Inn & Suites. Days Inn provides standard service, while the Days Hotel locations are full service and typically include restaurants, meeting facilities, swimming pools and business center capabilities. Guest rooms at Days Suites locations include a separate living and sleeping area. Days Inn & Suites provide the option to choose between standard rooms and deluxe rooms, which include a separate living area.
Some locations feature a program called Days Business Place, which allows business travelers to request specially designed guest rooms with data-port Internet connection, high-intensity lighting, generously sized workstations, free local calls and free incoming faxes.
Pets are permitted at hundreds of Days Inn locations in the U.S.
Travelers can evaluate the quality of each hotel with the Sunburst Rating System: the higher the rating, the higher the quality level. Hotels without a sunburst rating meet all minimum Days Inn quality standards, and those with three or more sunbursts exceed this minimum requirement. Ratings reflect the quality of service, not the size or amenities of the hotels.
Through the Wyndham Rewards loyalty program, members can redeem points for free hotel stays, airline miles and gift cards. Other participating hotels include Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Wyndham Grand Collection, Wyndham Garden, Wingate, Howard Johnson, Ramada, Knights Inn, Super 8, Hawthorn Suites, Baymont Inns & Suites, Travelodge and Microtel. Visit Days Inns by Wyndham's website »