At first glance, Days Inn is a cog in the larger wheel that is the Wyndam Hotel Group, which includes such other hotel heavyweights like Super 8, Johnson and Johnson and ...
At first glance, Days Inn is a cog in the larger wheel that is the Wyndam Hotel Group, which includes such other hotel heavyweights like Super 8, Johnson and Johnson and the Ramada.
But Days Inn, at a closer look, manages to separate from the pack and deliver comfortable, clean accommodations that focus on quality and price. The latter point of interest is especially important as customers vacationing or on business tends to gravitate toward the most feasible option.
Days Inn is quick to point out on its web site that it is a hotel that isn’t afraid to stand behind their price and offer a price-match guarantee. If a customer finds a comparable rate on an equally similar room, Days Inn matches that price, plus an additional 10% discount.
Of course, Days Inn sports some of the more admirable hotel extras such as the gratuitous free breakfast, WiFi, and the ability to garner bonus points that equal free rooms and other perks (including the ability to save up to 20% on reserving conference rooms for business meetings).
The online Days Inn module offers a quick reservation chart that allows potential customers to search by city, room size and available dates. The technology within the Days Inn offices doesn’t stop at an easy-to-maneuver web site. Days Inn also delved into the texting game and can send coupons and special offers right to a cell phone.
Despite branching out with its marketing effort, Days Inn and its overall appeal really boil down to one aspect: customer service. The hotel chain coined a moniker that rings true to potential guests and serves as the backbone for their efforts on a daily basis: “The Best Value Under the Sun.”
Those who choose to book at Days Inn certainly seem to have plenty of sunny, happy days on the horizon.