My husband and I stayed at the Days Inn Laredo for 4 nights, Feb. 1 - 5, 2012. We were attending a Birding Festival in Laredo. The hotel was conveniently located off I-35/83. It has a Mexican restaurant (Tlaquepaque) attached to it where we ate one delicious meal. There was a fridge and microwave in the room. There is a laundromat with 2 washers and 2 dryers ($2 per use) upstairs in one of the buildings. We were in a non-smoking, wheelchair-accessible room with wide doorways and large bathroom.
The room was comfortable and seemed to have recently been renovated. Other rooms in that wing are also being freshened up.
Continental breakfast was provided but we were up too early most mornings to avail ourselves of it. The one morning we had the continental breakfast (the Sunday), the lobby was jammed with people and there was nowhere to sit.
The really disappointing thing was their free Wifi signal was too weak in spite of the fact that the manager boasted that it was newly installed. After repeated complaints, they finally just gave us an ethernet cord to use. As a result, we were only able to use one computer at a time and my husband's iPad not at all (it doesn't have a place to plug the ethernet cord in).
If I were to stay in the area again, I would probably stay in a more up-scale place.
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