Days Inn Joplin
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Joplin
not our first choice, but EVERY place we'd called early that morning was booked.
room was on 2nd floor -- no elevator so bags had to be carried upstairs.
we arrived late that night -- room was terribly warm and took quite some time to cool down. thankfully the a/c was working well, and the room was actually freezing when we woke up the next morning!
provided a hot breakfast (eggs, sausage, etc.) but we were in a hurry to get on the road and passed.
bottom line, it appeared clean, staff was friendly, and it served it's purpose.
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