Days Inn Oklahoma City Fairground

Address: 2801 NW 39th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73112, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2801 NW 39th Street, Oklahoma City, is near Hefner Lake & Park, White Water Bay, Overholser Mansion, and Lake Hefner Golf Course.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Oklahoma City Fairground

    Reviewed by visionrider

    Don't bother

    Reviewed Jun 18, 2012
    by (9 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    This is not worth staying at for more than $50 (if that). The hotelier played up the hot breakfast & the pool, but the room was tired with carpeting coming loose & I spent some time trying to kill all the houseflies in the room. The breakfast was disappointing unless you like your eggs watery & tasteless, 1 choice of fruit (apples) & 1 choice of yoghurt.
    While I was packing my motorcycle the garbage truck came for the dumpster & released an overwhelming smell of faeces. I guess that explains the abundance of houseflies. I know dumpsters have to be somewhere, but be sure to ask for a room near the office rather than at the end of the bldg if you have to stay here. Or maybe the dumpster could be moved away from the rooms a bit?

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