Stayed at the Days Inn at Inner Harbor in August. I had called ahead and asked for a room in a "quiet section - away from the elevator and the ice/vending machines". Arrived early - 12:30 and thought we would at least fill out paperwork. Was surprised that the room was ready. (It was a Thursday so that might be why). We were put on the 9th floor away from the elevator and machines and facing Hopkins Place (main entrance). We faced buildings across the street and did hear the occasional ambulance and fire sirens but I think because we were on the upper floor, it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.
The room was spotless and looked relatively new. The carpet and furniture were in excellent shape. The room was very hot and we turned on the air. I was nervous that it might not be working so called and asked for maintenance to check it out. Within minutes a maintenance man arrived, checked it over and reassured me it was a new unit and the room would cool off. He waited to make sure it went through a cycle. He was polite and friendly. We left to go to the harbor and when we returned the room was very cool. I called for a roll away and it was delivered. Called down to ask for pillows and an extra blanket and they were delivered within an hour. (blanket was new and in plastic wrapping) The room had 2 beds and getting the roll away did make it cramped. We put the rollaway next to the bed and the window. (and had to put a pillow against part of the air conditioning unit so my niece would not get too cold) She said the roll away was comfortable.
The staff are extremely polite, and friendly. I found the front desk staff were efficient, and the general staff were very nice. The beds were comfortable and the room was cleaned well each of the days we stayed (3 nights). The bathroom was small and the sink is outside. The lighting is not great for putting on your makeup so I used the desk as a vanity and the light there was great. The room has a coffee maker, microwave and refrigerator. All worked well. The room was done in forest greens, beige and brown. Not bright colors but attractive. The halls were done in a cream and green and very well lit. There is a small take out area with coffee and snacks to purchase (including small bottles of wine and beer) by the front desk area. We did eat in the hotel on Sunday and had the buffett. The server was very attentive. The kids buffett was $4.99, adults was alittle over $12. It was a deal for the kids but in hindsight I would have ordered off the menu but I was in a hurry and didn't want to wait. Buffet included eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes,muffins, toast, cereal. Buffet also includes coffee, juice.
The pool (outside) is staffed by a lifeguard but is only open to 8. It is small but was ok for our purposes.
Parking is adjacent to the hotel and is $20 a day. You need to take your ticket to the front desk and they process it so you can have in and out priviledges. Final charges go on your credit card unless you make other arrangements. The garage is not owned by the hotel but was clean, and well lit.
There is a safe in the room and there is a $1 a day charge for it. Well worth the piece of mind.
We enjoyed our stay and I would definately return there when going to the harbor.
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