The Cortez-Days Inn has much to offer. Shopping is minutes away, or enjoy a round of golf at the beautiful 18-hole course. Nestled in the heart of Mesa Verde Country, the home of the Anasazi Indians, guests have much to see while staying in the Cortez area. Mesa Verde is nine miles east, and includes the Anasazi Heritage Center, UTE Mountain Pottery, CU Center, Crow Canyon, Hovenweep and Lowery Ruins, which will stimulate the imagination as to how the ancient Indians lived. After traveling all day, relax beside the outdoor heated pool or unwind, in either the outdoor or indoor Jacuzzi. Other activities may include a trip to Ute Mountain Casino for a taste of Las Vegas in Colorado or a walk in the city park, where traditional Indian dances punctuate summer evenings. This Days Inn prides itself on first-class service and attention to all guest needs. The Fiesta Mexicana Restaurant is located on the property and offers authentic Mexican food. Please stop by and enjoy the atmosphere. Any rooms with 2 beds excluding the Family Unit are on the second floor only.
hotel smelled weird, overall condition not nearly as good as Ramada Inn down the road, but it's cheaper!
We were placed on the back side, so it was very quiet. There was a crying baby, but thankfully, it stopped before 10 pm. Our toilet kept running at odd times, but other than that, it was a very peaceful experience. The continental breakfast was pretty good (nice variety), although they claimed to have hard boiled eggs (and we didn't see any either morning).
Clean, great location. Would stay again if I ever get out that way again. Close to all the things we wanted to see and do.
Pools were dirty (didn't let my son in kiddy pool) and the cleaning hose was left in the big pool, still dirty, had to move it to get into pool! Hot-tub not hot, pool didn't seem heated like staff claimed! Carpet in room very dirty (feet were black from walking around room barefoot). .. gave my son a bath then made him stay on the bed and play! A very obnoxious man working there (throwing things around outside and using the 'f word' in the lobby)! Otherwise, breakfast was OK, front desk girls are nice, bed was great... But next time will pay more and stay somewhere else!
The front desk staff was kind and helpful, despite getting in late after a long drive. Our room was sparkling clean and had a separate heater which warmed it up very quickly on a cold winter night. The breakfast was filling and good. A good value.
Room was small and carpet dirty. Walls were paper thin, could hear everything being said in next room. Will definitely drive a little further or pay a little more for a better hotel.
We spent one night here before heading to Mesa Verde the next day. You need to take a bit of a confusing drive through town to arrive at this property, but once there it's convenient to drive on to the park. The placement of rooms is a little odd and the hotel has seen better days, but it served our needs. We were the only ones to use the large, refreshing pool. There's also a jacuzzi. One gate to the pool was broken, and we had to watch our step because the grass was soggy and muddy near the other pool gate and I nearly turned my ankle. The room wasn't all that clean and I didn't want to walk on the carpet without my flip-flops. Bathroom was small but clean. The adjacent Mexican restaurant had excellent food for average prices. Front desk staff was a bit surly. Breakfast room was nice as was the continental breakfast. One computer in lobby for guests.
Nothing fancy or new, but the rooms were meticulously clean and maintained, the bed was comfortable, everything worked, the staff was courtesy and friendly and the breakfast was decent. A good value, located right at the intersection of the Telluride highway with the highway to Mesa Verde and Durango. I will definitely stay there again and will recommend it to anyone who asks.
This motel is not fancy, and the rooms are tiny, but it's exactly what I expected and wanted for $*/night - a clean room, a comfortable bed, and a hot shower. It fit the bill exactly - I was in town for a mountain bike race, and preferred this over camping. I would stay here again.
Yes, the hotel was near a rail line, and yes, the trains ran frequently. However, the bed was comfortable, the room was quiet (other than the periodic train whistle), and the breakfast ok for this level of motel. The desk clerk was helpful and in general our stay was quite pleasant.
Room was ok, and clean, but SMALL. The place look well kept. Front desk was friendly. The included breakfast was great. The place looks a little dated and the rooms have lay out problems, the only way to make up for that would be rebuild the whole thing. If you are looking for a simple place for a one night stay this OK place
I thought Days Inn would offer better amenities. This Days Inn is alright if you are staying just one night, I wouldn't recommend it for long stay. They gave me a very small room, somewhat clean and reasonably maintained, and a very hard bed. The front of the hotel while is presentable, the back is not very well maintained. And a lot of the people who stay there seem to be migrant workers.... wondering around the premise and make it seem less secure. Its a short drive to 'downtown' however and the breakfast is pretty good.
Just average, but OK. At check-in we were told no pool, hot-tub (indoor tub wasn't 'ready.' Outdoor pool/spa was closed for season. WIFI is faster than some; also computer in lobby. Friendly staff