Well located for a visit to Baltimore, very near the sports stadia, convention hall, the light rail from the airport, and the University of Maryland professional schools. A short walk to the inner harbor. Lobby is ok, but not large. Since the location is in the inner city, in addition to being near the aforementioned sights, one is also, if one walks the wrong way, near some inner city street life. Restaurant and parking on premises (for a fee). Business center is available but computers, for some reason, don't have Microsoft Office Suite making it difficult to do more than browse the internet for local information. Hallways are ok and rooms are on the small side. Beds were not particularly comfortable, but not uncomfortable either. Staff was very nice and helpful to us when one of our party broke a foot and needed to borrow a wheelchair during our 5-day stay. Hotel rates were on the reasonable side given the location. For a bit more cost one can stay at the nearby (and nicer) Holiday Inn or the even more expensive Hilton. Days Inn is a budget choice, not a bad choice but not the best choice.
The guestrooms could use renovation as our room had obvious signs of wear (the carpet to the wallpaper) and the bedding felt like hospital linens. BUT, the location, courteous staff and price were great!
Add me to the chorus. The AAA rate of $95 beat my conference rate at the nearby Hilton by $94. The staff was friendly. The room was spotless. Free use of 3 computers in the business center (including free internet). Guest laundry room. A bargain. Negatives: $1 fee per day for safe not disclosed (they will remove if you ask). Prices at snack bar over-priced ($2 for a can of coke. Really?) Also the elevators were slow and inadequate. Rooms a bit noisy due to trafffic.
Staff very helpful as noted. Recommented.