Days Inn - Burns is located in Downtown Burns only 3/4 of a mile from Old Camp Casino. We are within walking distance to shopping, a theater and laundry facilities are less than 100 yards away. Days Inn Burns has clean and comfortable rooms. We offer the best Continental Breakfast in Harney County. An Outdoor Pool adds to your summer pleasure. Harney County offers a wide variety of outdoor activities within an 80 mile radius. Complimentary access to Body Wise Sports Center. Sports center has weights, cardio machines, racquetball courts, aerobics classes, small rock climbing wall, a hot tub and sauna. Our friendly staff awaits your visit.
Nice overall stay. Wifi. Quiet.
It was a place to sleep
Yes, there were bugs in the room & in the bed
It was very clean but the bedding and curtains were worn n and looked old. However, I've stayed there previous years for a few occasions and was impressed with all the improvements.
I didn't like having to park my new car along the street because of the restaurant and bar patrons had parked in the motel guests parking spaces!!! That was very unsettling for me!!!
the price, rooms clean. staff freidly
No refrigerator, no microwave. The air conditioner was so loud felt like I was in a factory all night. No donuts for breakfast although they were promised. The pop machine only took quarters but the office didn't have any. Toilet seat fell off. Overall no
pool could have been warmer; one more mirror somewhere
The beds were comfortable, the room smelled fresh and clean, the room was spacious.
The breakfast was over too early, at 9:00.
Clean rooms, excellent staff.
Both the employee working when we checked-in, and the employee working the morning shift, were exceptionally kind, professional, and accommodating.
The continental breakfast area was very small.
Good bed. April at the front desk was friendly and helpful.
my room had obviously been in a fire. No problem, but the radio smelled like that rancid fire smell, so that needs to be replaced and probably the carpet too. The outside stairwell had metal-mesh stairs that were not the same depth. Yikes.