Our church was having a camping weekend, but with 2 kids, we decided not to camp overnight, so the church booked a room for us at this Days Inn for Saturday night. It had pretty much everything we needed. There was a coffee maker with coffee in the room, ironing board, table with chairs, 50 cable channels, etc. The 2 beds were fine, except there was a tiny but noticable hole in one of the bedspreads. Overall, the hotel looked updated, not old. The continental breakfast had cereal, bagels, apples, orange and apple juice, milk, blueberry muffins, etc. in plenty of supply, in a separate room off of the lobby, and was served from 6:30-9:30 am.
There was a pool, but we didn't swim in it; it had a waterfall not in the pool but right next to it. A McDonalds and a Winn Dixie grocery store were very close by. The lobby had nice furnishings, though otherwise a typical small hotel lobby.
Overall, no problems with the stay, and was better than I expected with a Days Inn (I found out that Days Inn is now part of Wyndham). The shower and toilet were in a small space, but were functional. Wish it was closer to the campground we were visiting toward, but that's not anything the hotel could do anything about, and I don't think there was a decent hotel any closer, if any.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- NEWLY RENOVATED! We offer an exterior modern hotel with award winning service. For both the business and leisure traveler, Days Inn Brooksville offers quality accommodations at affordable prices. Our friendly staff is dedicated to servicing your every need. We are a pet friendly hotel and have a beautiful pool. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Brooksville Days Inn