Days Inn Williams

Address: 2488 W Route 66, Williams, Arizona, 86046-9544, United States | 2 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This 2 star hotel, located on 2488 W Route 66, Williams, is near Grand Canyon Railway, Williams Depot, Downtown Williams Historic Walk, and Thunder Eagle Native Art.
Map this hotel


Photos of Days Inn Williams


          TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Williams

          Reviewed by lindaonthego

          Just okay.

          Reviewed Jul 15, 2012
          by (14 reviews) Niles , United States Flag of United States

          Hotel was clean but nothing special. Breakfast room was crowded (had to wait for a table), and food offered mostly carbs and minimal healthy choices. Coffee was a NesCafe instant machine...we prefer real, brewed coffee.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Historical Traveler Reviews Days Inn Williams

          Very average, indifferent staff, unstable wireless


          The room was only okay (executive suite) and the hotel is a bit worn, but it was mostly worth the discounted price I received via the website. However, the staff were unanimously indifferent and didn't seem to care too much about the guests. Lastly, if you're looking for stable wireless Internet access, this hotel doesn't have it (although it is advertised). Average stay...

          Great place


          Wasn't expecting much from this hotel, being so cheap I thought there must be something wrong with it. I was very surprised, the rooms were clean and spacious, and the staff very freindly.

          Cant fault this hotel. Clean comfortable rooms, quite place, and good sized bathrooms and also clean.

          This town of Williams is great. Drive to the Grand Canyon is do-able, but with an amazing town like Williams it's easy to stay in town and cruise this town.

          The hotel is great for the price, I'm staying here again next year. Thanks.

          Basic but good enough


          The last place we stayed in on our way down from Crand Canyon. It was clean but a bit shabby, really could have done with a coffee maker in the room especially as it was same price almost as others which provided this service. Friendly and helpful staff and the italian restaurant was great. Okay for an overnight but wouldnt stay longer

          Great value


          I decided that if the assessment by the disappointed visitors in May 2005 was accurate, then Days Inn would take corrective action. A group of five of us booked three rooms and had absolutely no complaints. Rooms were clean, bed linen fresh and the free buffet breakfast better than most. The PC with free internet access in the breakfast room was an added bonus.

          Good stay for a great value


          My husband and I stayed at the Days Inn in Williams on our way to the Grand Canyon. The price was great ($51 with tax) and we figured it was only for one night, so how bad could it be. It was a very nice surprise. The room was very clean and comfortable. We would highly recommend this hotel for anyone looking for a great value around the Grand Canyon.

          Good Night at Days Inn


          We booked one night at this motel, largely based on price. As the room and bathroom were clean, the staff was helpful and friendly, we considered it a great value. Parking was a little tight, as the motel was booked-so reserve ahead. The breakfast was typical continental fare - the breakfast room was big enough to fit the small crowd. All in all, a good place to stay while on a road-trip through Williams.

          Better value than we expected


          Having booked the Days Inn, Williams back in 2004 as part of a fly-drive from the UK I was worried by recent Tripadvisor reports and did think about trying to find another hotel locally as were using Williams as a base to tour the Grand Canyon. We were very glad we didn't and our two nights there were great value. Yes, the hotel is somewhat worn but our room was clean and spacious for a family of 5 with a rollaway bed. The hotel desk staff were all very helpful and guided us to a local restaurant in Williams for the first night with a 10% discount. On night two we ate at the Denny's adjacent to the hotel.

          The hotel has an indoor pool that my children loved and there was free coffee in the lobby at all times. The breakfast was ample and provided in a separate room. Parking is plentiful and when we arrived the hotel had obviously recently changed many of its mattresses (large pile of old ones by the bins) and had installed a number of new TVs.

          Whilst we wouldn't recommend it for more than 1-3 nights it was good value and the town of Williams is a must for Route 66 addicts and also has a nightly gunfight show in August that was great fun. There are several petrol stations in Williams and they are very strict on slowing the traffic speed down to 15mph. There is also a Safeway for most needs.

          Just okay...


          We stayed here the night before visiting the Grand Canyon. The rate was $50 and that was not too bad including breakfast. The pool area is inside and the area is so so dark. The pool is too cold but the hottub was very hot. The location was good. The rooms are old and in desparate need of updating. The staff on the front desk were ok, but were not interested in going above and beyond by any means. The breakfast was good, continental with cereals, fruits, etc. the staff in this area were very, very good. All in all, the hotel was just barely okay. Not disgusting and would do in a pinch but not really nice either.

          Dirty and smokey room


          We had made reservations to stay 2 nights at the Days Inn Williams, AZ. We arrived, got checked in while the desk clerk answered the phone during the entire process. Found the room (had reserved non smoking 2 queen beds) hauled luggage to 2nd floor, open the door and was speechless. the room reeked of smoke, the bed was sunken in the middle,(only one bed, not the 2 we had requested) the linens were disgusting, dull and not clean looking at all. The whole place is in need of a good cleaning. I live in a college town and have seen nicer furniture on the street after school is out than what was in this room. Needless to say we did not spent the night,we hauled the luggage back down the stairs checked out and went to the Fairfield Inn. I have contacted Days Inn about this location, they say they will check into this. Would not recommend this dump to anyone.

          OK for a night in the snow


          Arrived in a snowstorm, so bad that we missed the exit from I-40 having travelled from Las Vegas. But, with the excellent signing on US roads we were soon back on track. Reception staff were very helpful pointing out places to eat, and there is a Denny's next door which was OK. We were very disappointed that Miss Kitty's had closed as we were looking forward to another meal there as we had eaten 4 years previously at the restaurant and found it wonderful. Breakfast was included with the price - continental and there was a good choice including donuts, yoghurt, toast, cereal and fruit. All in all a good nights stay in the snow.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Williams

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Williams

          Hiking the Trail of Time

          A travel blog entry by suelacey on Sep 16, 2016

          26 photos

          A full day in the Grand Canyon so the first thing we need to do is work out what! We decide to venture further afield because we don't have to be back at the bus until 4pm. Mather Point to Pipe Creek Vista is out first walk. Then we doubled back to continue the Rim Trail to Yavapai Point and the Geology Museum. It's very interesting and is devoted …

          Navaho Nation and Lava Fields

          A travel blog entry by suelacey on Sep 15, 2016

          22 photos

          Leaving Page after a late start, we skirt the edge of the Painted Desert and reach Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Nation, 27,000 square miles of Navajo sovereign territory. We pass by several desert homes, many of which have the traditional Navajo hogans, octagonal wooden and skin huts. The terrain we travel through is dry, sparse and flat …

          Route 66

          A travel blog entry by mrandmrsbouten on Apr 09, 2016

          6 photos

          Hallo allen

          Zoals uit een eerdere post vandaag bleek: we waren vroeg uit de veren. Na een lekker ontbijt met verse wafel (waar Lore overigens niet tuk op was) gingen we op pad. Eerst en vooral weg uit de stad. Voorzichtig kennis maken met het Amerikaanse verkeer, de regels, de snelheidsbeperkingen, ... Erg vreemd is dat het verkeerslicht …

          Mother Route 66 Williams ! 380 Miles from Durango

          A travel blog entry by katey252 on Jun 11, 2014

          1 comment, 28 photos

          ... with entertainment and a a train robbery on the way back :) It was 2 1/4 hours each way with 3 1/2 hours to have a good look around - we walked just over a mile of the rim and then caught the bus back to the train depot for ice cream and more photos. On return to williams we had a nice meal and collected some more souvenirs. Vegas today ...