This is no longer the Days Inn. It is called the Relax Inn, and you do not relax there. My wife and I are homeless, and just ended a 5 night stay (Oct. 5-10) courtesy of the Salvation Army and two churches. They rent to anyone who can pay. There is constant noise, doors slamming, arguments and lots of drinking. We were in room 123 for the five nights. The lights had to be plugged in or unplugged because using the lightswitch would shut off the fridge. The wall lamp on the left side if the bed did not work, nor was there a telephone in the room. The water fore the shower was all hot, no cold at all. There was also a roach in the room.