Days Inn - St. Louis/Westport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Historical Traveler Reviews Days Inn - St. Louis/Westport Maryland Heights
This hotel was easy to find, good location, decent breakfast, staff was friendly and they have an exercise room and outdoor pool. However, the exercise room had no towels or cleaning supplies with which to clean the equipment and half the equipment was not working or too old to safely attempt. The dim lighting does not effectively cover the nasty carpet stains in the room. Would be a great value if they would clean up a couple things!
We were traveling to St. Louis to watch the Cardinals play the Yankees, so naturally everthing close to downtown was sold out. We have been to St. Louis several times and have been to all the tourist stuff, so we wanted to stay out on the west side to see the rest of the town. We found the hotel on the internet and were nervous about some of the reviews we saw. Once we arrived, we were relieved. The hotel is in a corporate area, not warehouses, but nice office buildings. It is very easy access to I-270 and close to the airport. The hotel has nice curb appeal. When we checked in, the clerk was very nice and helpful. Our room was a non-smoking king and it was clean and spacious. We were on the ground floor and our room overlooked the garden area and pool. The breakfasts were very good, (eggs, link sausages, waffles, fruits, cereals, etc.), and were quite filling because you can eat all you want. Get up a little early to beat the crowd or you may be waiting for a table. We were very pleased with the hotel and would stay there again without hesitation. If you like to walk, run, ride a bicycle or tan, make sure you go to the Creve Cour/ Dripping Springs park that is just minutes from the hotel. There is a paved 3.7 mile walking trail around a 340 acre lake. It is shady for the most part and scenic. There were deer feeding in the marsh by the walking path. It was nice.
This is an awesome hotel. I have stayed here twice in the past 6 months. Both were weekend Scrapbooking Retreats with girlfriends from church. The management and staff were friendly, courteous and willing to help with any needs that we had. The rooms are spacious, clean, and very comfortable. The complimentary breakfast is the best I've ever experienced...eggs, sausage, bacon, biscuits & gravy, even waffle batter and a waffle iron, juice and milk, cereals, danishes, granola bars, fruit... if you go away hungry--it's your own fault!! Also a nice hot tub and outdoor pool. The conference rooms are great...one is large that accommodated our large scrapbook group in January and a smaller conference room that was perfect for the fewer number of scrappers that we had in June. Free 2 drink passes were given to us for each of our 2 nights accommadations. Super experience!
Great hotel for price
We stayed at St. Louis clubhouse inn during memorial day weekend. We paid $62/night thru the internet. Rooms were clean and nice sized. I think the best part was the free breakfast in the morning. It easily saved our family $10-15 from eating out every morning. They offered scrambled eggs, sausage or bacon, biscuits and gravy or hashbrowns. There was 2 waffle irons with cups of waffle mix so you could make your own hot waffles. They also had cold cereal, bagels, bread, yogurt, fruit cups, and various pastries. There was milk and 3 kinds of juices. Plenty of food to choose from!!
I really don't have any complaints and I would stay there again. There are not a lot of restarants near the hotel, except for a gas station and a Hardees, but it is in a nice area of town.
Great breakfast, nice rooms for the price. Staff was friendly and helpful.
Very clean, great breakfast
Nicest hotel I've stayed at in a long time. The room was very clean, as was the entire hotel. The complimentary breakfast was excellent. They served eggs, sausage or bacon, hash browns, the BEST blueberry waffles and lots of extras. There was no highway noise and was within walking distance of a convenience store and fast food.
Good Value - Needs Cleaning
Good Hotel for the value ($71 for the weekend rate). The hotel is located in Westport which is approx. 20 miles from Six Flags, 10 miles from St. Louis Arch. The hotel staff was nice. The rooms were spacious and clean. The morning breakfast was as expected for a mid-class hotel (eggs, sausage, toast, french toast). The problem I had with this hotel was the cleanliness of the lobby/dining area. There was an 1/8" dust on top of the serving area in the breakfast lounge as well as the surrounding furniture. The window to the kitchen area was covered to prevent anyone from looking inside the kitchen which is a bit unnerving. All in all I would rate this hotel a 5 out of 10
Great hotel for the money
We stayed with our 10 month old baby in this hotel in May of 2004. We chose a suit for only $85 because we wanted to be able to put the baby to sleep and still stay up and watch television. It worked out great! Tthe only things that could be improved would be the brekfast and the room was a little dusty
Good value, needs updating
For the price, this hotel is a pretty good value. The rooms are spacious and clean and the free breakfast helps add to the value as well. The place could deffinately benefit from an updated facelift.
Things are getting a bit worn out and run down, but for the most part it is still a good deal at around $70 for a double.
What a great value. Clean and spacious rooms. Nice landscaping. Manager reception included 2 free drink tickets. A real breakfast, scrambled eggs, sausage and pancakes. Easily the best value I've ever encountered for the price.
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn - St. Louis/Westport Maryland Heights
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