Days Inn Port Angeles
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Port Angeles
The hotel is generally at the standard of a 2-star hotel, which you can't expect a lot. It is big with a few buildings connected. The room is generally big and clean, however, the furniture is a bit old. We arrived very late, nearly 1am on July 3rd morning. The hotel gave us the surprise that we didn't book the room. After 10 minutes of checking, they found out that someone else took my room without my knowledge. The hotel staff is simply too careless or they simply assume we wouldn't come.
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