Saturday, September 29, 2007

Best Western and Days Inn

When you are going on vacation, this is very understandable, that you plan everything. You start from choosing the dates, booking tickets and of course you book a hotel. But the choice of a hotel is actually a very important thing, because it can make or break your holidays. This could be a fantastic stay in a value for money hotel and it can bring a lot of pleasant impressions, sensations and thoughts to your memory. Or it could he a nightmare stay, spoiling all the days spent in it. So, we present you some complaints against Best Western and Days Inn, which may prevent you from having such an experience.

Best Western Inn.
The chain of these hotels is actually considered to be good enough. Every hotel is managed and run according to its own rules and is franchised. These hotels are even recommended by Amateur Athletic Association. And how could athletes stay there? If there are so many complaints against this hotel then it is probably something wrong about it. And it really is. Because the client service in Best Western is much to be desired. If there is some trouble with your room like horrible odor or filthy sheets, it is doubtful whether someone at the front desk would like to help you.

Days Inn.
This is also a national chain. And the prices in this hotel are relatively high, so theoretically, there should be no problems. And it was specified so in the advertisement. But there are some sufficient issues. For example, there is no high-speed internet at Days Inn and the number of TV channels is something like 10, though it was specified that there should a cable television. Besides, the client service and room service is dreadful, the employees are rude and inattentive.

1 comment:

Mel Hotel said...

I just wanted to let everyone know that all Days Inn locations across Canada and the U.S. offer free in-room high-speed Internet access. Some hotels offered wireless, while others offer hard-wired, but it is always free in guest rooms. If you don't travel with a laptop, some hotels offer guests a computer station in the lobby or business centre for a nominal hourly fee.