The hotel is clean, staff friendly, view is great if you are on the right side of the hotel, but there is so much to see that you won't be relying on having a great view. Very good price, quiet location.
The only minor problem was getting there the first time, no instructions on their website as to how to get there on public transport.
You can get a detailed map of the MBTA public transport system from the information kiosk at South station on the main concourse.
Take metro to get on the red line (outbound direction Alewife) and take this up to either Central Square or Harvard Square.
I only know the Harvard Square bus stop so I only describe that here.
From Harvard Square follow directions for the no.86 bus, once outside need to go towards the park (towards a big sign Sheraton, in the distance) and be on that side of the road.
There is a bus stop for 86 and 66 near some stone slabs which describe the history of Harvard Sq., further on is the park. The 86 is direction Cleveland Circle.
The 86 bus will take you to the back entrance of the Days Hotel, ring the bell when Mcdonalds sign comes to view, you are on Western Avenue and the hotel is just to the right (~10 minute journey). You can walk through the carpark right through to Soldiers Field Rd, which has the nice view of the river. From Central Square you can catch the 70 or 70A. (bus fare is 90c)
Once you have arrived ask for a bus time table. Alternatively you can walk from Harvard Square, it is 15 minutes, go along Western Avenue, not Soldiers Rd.!!
It is very easy when you know how!! Good luck
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