Highway 278, near restaurants, mini-golf, and grocery stores
have coffeemakers, mini-fridges, and microwaves
hot breakfast with waffles, eggs, coffee, fruit, cereal, oatmeal, and yogurt
seasonal outdoor pool with chairs and tables
center with computer and printer
Wi-Fi and parking
Cigarette odors from smoking rooms
signal is weak in certain areas
decor in rooms and common areas
center is tiny, with minimal equipment
The 119-room Days Inn Hilton Head is a
value hotel right off William Hilton Parkway, with restaurants, mini-golf, and
grocery stores within walking distance. Rooms are clean but uninspiring, and
have mini-fridges, microwaves, and coffeemakers. Suites have added perks such
as wet bars, separate living and sleeping quarters, and foam pillows. The free
hot breakfast receives mixed reviews. Free Wi-Fi and
parking are available, but guests complain the signal is weak. There
are smoking rooms, so those sensitive to cigarette smells may want to stay elsewhere.
A friendly and welcoming atmosphere
emanates throughout the Days Inn Hilton Head. The lobby has a colorful, lighted fountain at its entrance, pastel walls with
white tile, plush seating, potted plants, small fireplaces, and
flat-screen TVs. The breakfast room is plain, with yellow walls and light-wood chairs and tables, and the serving area has
green countertops. Recessed lighting is abundant throughout the common areas,
but some places are nevertheless poorly lit.
the main highway, within walking distance of restaurants and grocery stores
The Days Inn Hilton Head is just off William
Hilton Parkway (Highway 278), within a short walk of Pirate’s Island Adventure Golf, restaurants, and grocery stores. Singleton Beach is a
five-minute drive away, while the Arthur Hills Course, Coligny Plaza shopping center, and
Hilton Head Airport are about 10 minutes away by car. The Harbour Town Lighthouse is a
15-minute drive from the hotel.
Rooms are clean and plain, with patterned carpet and tan drapes and comforters. Some rooms are set with blue
armchairs. All rooms have wooden desks with black chairs and side tables topped with speckled granite, and most have wall-mounted flat-screen TVs (although a few still have tube-style TVs).
Standard Rooms have mini-fridges, microwaves, and coffeemakers, while Suites also have wet bars, foam pillows, and separate living and
sleeping areas. Bathrooms are dimly lit and unstylish, and most have separate sinks areas. Hairdryers
and SolTerre toiletries are provided.
hot breakfast and Wi-Fi, plus seasonal outdoor pool and tiny fitness center
The free hot breakfast features sausage,
eggs, waffles, muffins, yogurt, and fruit in addition to coffee and juice, but it receives mixed reviews. There's also a seasonal outdoor pool with lounge chair and table seating, as well as a business corner in the lobby
with a computer and printer. There is a fitness center on-site, but it’s tiny and consists of nothing more than a couple of treadmills and an exercise bike. Coin-operated laundry facilities on-site are useful for families and longer stays. Free Wi-Fi is offered, but past guests have complained of weak signals.
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