- A short drive from Niagara Falls
- Located on a quiet section of Niagara Falls Boulevard
- Clean rooms, some with kitchenettes and whirlpool tubs
- Rooms have flat-screen TVs and mini-fridges
- Free Wi-Fi and free parking
- Free daily breakfast
- Seasonal outdoor pool
- No elevator to second floor
- Some rooms feel a bit dated and worn
- Small breakfast room can get crowded
An affordable option for travelers on a budget, the Days Inn & Suites Niagara Falls/Buffalo is convenient to the attractions and activities in both the Niagara Falls region as well as nearby Buffalo, New York. The free daily breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and free parking add value, and property features include an outdoor pool and guest laundry facilities. Rooms received updates in 2014, and some have kitchenettes and whirlpool tubs, but don't expect many frills; thin patterned bedspreads are still the norm.
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Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Niagara Falls/Buffalo
Tidy and welcoming with unfussy decor
The hotel is built in a horseshoe shape with an outdoor pool in the center, and the entranceway is reached by a paved courtyard. The bright, clean lobby also serves as the breakfast area, with tables and chairs helping to divide the space -- it can get a little hectic in the morning. The reception desk is large and easy to spot, with brochures on the area and a small desk with public computer and printer available, as well as a colorful fish tank. The nearby breakfast area includes free coffee and beverages all day, along with newspapers, lottery tickets, and free Wi-Fi. Many guests are traveling with families or in groups.
Quiet area but convenient to nearby attractions
The Days Inn & Suites is situated on a quiet, green section of the busy Niagara Falls Boulevard. A locally owned restaurant is next door and within walking distance, but most other stores, restaurants, and attractions are a short drive away. It's about 10 miles from Niagara Falls and the Canadian border, and a 20-minute drive from the Niagara Falls Observation Tower. The Buffalo Niagara Airport is a 20-minute drive away, as are outlet shopping, golf, and the Seneca Niagara Casino.
Clean, no-frills rooms, some with kitchenettes and whirlpool tubs
Rooms at the Days Inn are about what you'd expect from a budget chain, with dated, patterned bedspreads, cheap stucco walls, and wall air-conditioning units. They received upgrades such as fresh paint in 2014. All room types include coffeemakers, mini-fridges, free daily breakfast, and free Wi-Fi. Larger suites are also available, as well as rooms with kitchenettes and whirlpool tubs. Several types of accessible rooms are close to the lobby. This hotel is also one of the few in the area to have several smoking rooms available. Rooms are decorated in neutral and red tones.
A smaller property with thoughtful features
Though this hotel does not offer as many amenities as some others in the Niagara Falls region, it does include free continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and free parking with room rates. A large (seasonal) outdoor pool is located in the middle of the property, with easy access from all downstairs rooms. Upstairs rooms offer a bit more quiet and better views of the nearby green space. Coffee and beverages are available all day in the lobby, where a public computer and printer are ready for guest use. The hotel expanded parking, updated rooms, and added a basketball court and outdoor play area as part of a renovation in 2014.
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