Days Inn Battlefield Road / Hwy 65
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Battlefield Road / Hwy 65 Springfield
Typical Days Inn motel clean and comfortable with a complimentary breakfast. Close to Route 66.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Days Inn Battlefield Road / Hwy 65 Springfield
Greatest Dog-friendly Motel
Stayed two nights while attending an AKC dog show. Have never had such nice treatment from management for having dogs in rooms. They have requests of their guests regarding the dogs which are reasonable. There is ample room in a field next to the facility for airing the dogs, and the area is quiet!
On top of that the owner personally was there to serve us the waffles at breakfast--and it was covered in the price of the room! WHat a nice touch.
â â â â â -5 star service-a true value â â â â â
We stayed here based on a reviews here and our expectations were exceeded. The rooms were clean and comfortable! It was very quiet and we slept great. Our room had a microwave and refrigerator. The best thing they did was bring coffee and a paper to your room shortly after your wake up call. Who does that? I loved that! We loved our fresh waffles for breakfast -prepared by the owner. We look forward to staying here whenever we are in Springfield.
Loved the Hospitality
I picked the hotel based on the price and the Trip Advisor reviews.
The room was spacious and clean, but the best part was meeting the owner the next morning when he asked if he could cook waffles for us. I have never met a hotel owner and especially have not encountered someone of that stature asking to cook our breakfast. He served us at our table which was clean and overall a nice, bright dining area. Our whole experience was very comfortable and personal.
Grandest of Southern hospitality
After having the privilege of being served breakfast in the chaming and beautifully decorated dining room by the new owner himself, we learned that they had recently moved up here from Georgia, a state known for southern hospitality. The staff was incredibly courteous and friendly, helping us find our way around the area. The room was clean and comfortable. We really loved the pool area. All of the house staff greeted us with friendly hellos and smiles. We will definately stay here on our next visit to this area and will recommend this hotel to all our friends and family. Thank you!
Great Place to Stay!
We recently stayed in this Days Inn while attending the Nationwide Golf Tournament. We left the Comfort Inn after staying there one night. We went in search of another hotel and found this one! What a nice surprise. The price was great-$20 cheaper than we had paid at the Comfort Inn and our stay was immeasurable more comfortable.
The hotel is clean and very comfortable. Breakfast was the usual fare except for the fact that the owner was making waffles himself that morning. Everyone at the hotel could not have been nicer!! Plan on staying here if you like reasonable price, friendly people, and nice rooms!!
Looking for a motel for the night as we were travelling East. Average looking 2-story motel but it has large recently renovated clean rooms for a reasonable price. Quiet with restaurants within walking distance.
Stay here! Owners are wonderful!! Great Service!
We stayed one night at this hotel. I chose it based on other recent reviews. We were quite happy. The hotel was very clean and well-kept. The people at the front desk were friendly and extremely helpful. As I was bringing our luggage in a man spoke to me briefly in a friendly way. I thought he was just another guest. The next morning he was working in the breakfast area and I found out he and his wife were the owners. They had just bought the hotel in January, and he said they had done a lot of work on it. He was so friendly and helpful! Even though it was a continental breakfast, he made the belgian waffles and delivered them to our table along w/ the butter and syrup. He was quick to clean tables as soon as someone got up. When my son spilled apple juice he assured him it was not a problem and quickly cleaned it up.
Later when we checked out, he was at the front desk, continuing to be friendly and helpful. He had told us of events going on in Springfield that he thought might interest us. He gave us a lot of information about Fantastic Caverns, to help us decide if we wanted to go there, and also told us about Bass Pro Shop and a car show that was taking place that weekend.
The only negative thing I could say is that the mattress wasn't the most comfortable I'd ever slept on. But it wasn't bad. (I spent the next three nights in a hotel that cost twice as much that had a mattress that was extremely uncomfortable!) This one wasn't lumpy or saggy. Just not quite right for me.
The staff was very friendly and the owners were on site to address any concerns anyone may have. Microwave, refrigerator and coffee makers in the room. New owners have made many new improvements in recent months. Quiet rooms easy to sleep. Easy access just off highway 65. We enjoyed it so much we decided to stay a second night and will stay here anytime we are in this area. Just 300 miles from home so a nice getaway. Plenty of things to see and do in the area.
Great Expreience-Excellent Management
I stayed at the Days Inn during an Ice Storm that knocked out power to most of Springfield the week of Jan 15. I was lucky to get the last available room at the Days Inn. My husband, neighbor and I shared the room mostly for showers and to warm up because we had no heat, lights or water at our homes for 6 or 7 days. The room was very clean and the bathroom spotless. The housekeeping staff was very accomodating for extra towels etc. Craig, the owner, as well as the front desk staff was ever so friendly. They have a nice offering of breakfast items and coffee. The price was very reasonable and for a motel in this price range, it is an excellent place to stay. I'm a "local" but if you are on your way to Branson, this is right off of Hwy 65 so it would be a great place to stop. Thanks again to Craig and his wonderful staff for helping out all the folks in Springfield during the long power outage! Martha
Days Inn not bad
Our recent stay at this Days Inn was good. The room we had was very clean and of average size. The staff members were nice and polite. They had cereal, bagels, toast, donuts, juice and milk for breakfast. The only problem we had was finding the place. It is tucked back off the highway behind a grocery store. Overall a good value.
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Battlefield Road / Hwy 65 Springfield
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We started off by driving back on ourselves to re-join Route 66. This took us through the suburbs of St Louis which was a pleasant drive. The route is very well signposted but I would recommend using the EZ Guide to Route 66 as well.
Our first stop was the Meramec Caverns. We took a tour which was fantastic but I would advise you to wrap …
... to endure all that lives, breathes, and happens on the little lines on that map. Most of it has been wondrously amazing and filled with a spirit that transcends miles above what I could ever accomplish. The lines on that beloved map are also getting just a bit shorter every day. Just a bit shorter, but I'm doing my best.
What carries me is the notion that I may in some way be helping people. That notion ...
... and banter with them and they made us feel so welcome.
We were given a $20 voucher for a local restaurant and drinks vouchers for the (posher) Hilton next door. We had a really blast checking in.
Our room was lovely, and the view was into the local stadium.
After a chill, we headed out to Micky Mantles. A nice restaurant situated a block away. To say the food was nice would be an understatement. We ...
... ended up buying an old ring for me and Clive, a companion for Diane! We the stumbled across a Route 66 shop / indoor archery place / taxidermy showroom place. Outside it had the worlds largest rocking chair. It was HUUUGE! We got talking to an old lesbian couple called Linda and Doreen (obviously they weren't wearing tshirts with "i'm a lesbian" on them, but it was pretty obvious. They had 2 dogs with them called Zoe and Jasper. Sooooo cute too. Linda ...
... no more!!!!! We stopped at a few little places along the way, but we are all disappointed in the so called "highlights" of Route 66! Mostly they are old servos or motels with broken signs etc and maybe a shop selling junk momentos! Over dinner at our stop in Springfield - yep that's Simpson country - we all agreed that we might take a few detours along the way and visit some other landmarks instead of sticking rigidly to the ...