The Days Inn Atlanta Northwest, situated in Atlanta, GA, is located 5 minutes away by car from the Atlantic Station.
In this hotel, pets are allowed for a charge of $20 per pet, per stay. A maximum number of two pets are allowed per room, weighing up to 20 lbs each, or one pet per room weighing up to 50 lbs. Both smoking and non-smoking rooms are available.
Each room includes free Wi-Fi, cable TV, air conditioning, a coffeemaker, a clock radio, an iron and ironing board and a hair dryer. Each room also includes either a double bed, two double beds, a queen bed, two queen beds, or a king bed depending on the room. Some rooms also have a microwave and a mini-fridge.
In the Days Inn Atlanta Northwest, parking is free. On site, there is a restaurant, the Waffle House, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Other on-site amenities include a business center, a 24-hour front desk, conference/meeting space, a picnic area, a convenience store and laundry facilities.
Access to I-75 is less than a 1-minute drive away. Bobby Jones Golf Course is 5 minutes away by car, the William Breman Jewish Heritage and Holocaust Museum is 7 minutes away by car, and the Center For Puppetry Arts is also 7 minutes away by car. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is 17 minutes away by car. (All transportation time estimates sourced from Google Maps)
The majority of reviews of the Days Inn Atlanta Northwest made by guests were mostly negative, but there will still a significant number of people who had positive things to say.
Many guests described the staff as friendly and helpful, and felt that they raised the quality of their stay.
Many guests saw the low price as affordable.
Many guests liked the hotel's convenient proximity to their favorite locations in the area.
There were many reoccurring complaints made by guests in their reviews of the Days Inn Atlanta Northwest. On the whole, the tone of the reviews sourced for this editorial was more negative than positive.
Many guests felt that the hotel was very worn down during their stay. Some guests described peeling paint, doors not closing, and various other things that needed repairs.
Many guests felt that their rooms were very dirty. Some mentioned that the carpet was stained or that there were messes left over from previous guests, for example.
Some guests felt that the area around the hotel was unsafe.
Some guests reported that various odors, such as cigarette smoke and mildew, proved to be an issue that made it difficult to stay in the rooms.
Some guests claimed to have found a significant number of insects in their rooms or in the common areas of the hotel.