Book or call us: 1-800-225-3297 | Contact Us| Customer Care| About Days Inn

Days Inn Elko

1500 Idaho Street/I-80, I-80 East & Exit 303, Elko, NV 89801 US

Check in:
After 1:00 PM
Check in: After 1:00 PM
Check out:
Before 11:00 AM
Check out: Before 11:00 AM
TripAdvisor Rating
3.05Average TripAdvisor Overall Rating of 3.0 of 5 for Days Inn Elko
Based On 93 reviews93
  • Phone Numbers
      Phone: 1-775-738-7245
      Fax: 1-775-738-7491
  • No smoking
  • ADA defined service animals are welcome at this hotel. Sorry, no other pets are allowed.

Days Inn
  • Experience "The Best Value Under the SunSM"
  • Free Daybreak® Breakfast at most locations
  • Free high-speed Internet access
  • Fitness center or pool at most locations
See All Reviews
Traveler Reviews brought to you by
1500 Idaho Street/I-80, I-80 East & Exit 303| Elko, NV 89801

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating:

4.05 Average TripAdvisor Cleanliness Rating of 4 of 5 for Days Inn Elko  Cleanliness
4.05 Average TripAdvisor Location Rating of 4 of 5 for Days Inn Elko  Location
3.05 Average TripAdvisor Rooms Rating of 3 of 5 for Days Inn Elko  Rooms
3.05 Average TripAdvisor Service Rating of 3 of 5 for Days Inn Elko  Service
4.05 Average TripAdvisor SleepQuality Rating of 4 of 5 for Days Inn Elko  SleepQuality
4.05 Average TripAdvisor Value Rating of 4 of 5 for Days Inn Elko  Value
3.05 3 of 5 stars

“You get what you pay for... most of the time”

  , Bristol
My wife and I got into town very early and stopped by to see if maybe there was a clean room ready. It turns out there wasn't but the man behind the counter was very nice about it.We came back later at night this time and checked in. The two hotel security guys were hanging out in the lobby with the aforementioned clerk. They looked like the security company had just hired some kids straight out of high school who looked tough with their shaved heads and given them jackets and ear pieces. Well, I checked in, the unsmiling man behind the counter (different from the first) gave me my key cards, and I was told that no password was needed for the wi-fi. I didn't ask but I guess it's a common question. We drove to the room where I found that the key cards didn't work. Neither of them. After getting new key cards, I found that only one of these new ones worked. 3 out of 4 bad keys? Either something is wrong with the door lock or the encoder because the keys looked new. So, we used the one good key and found another oddity. The handle only works if lifted up. Every other door handle I've ever used has worked by pushing down or turning in either direction but this one only worked by pulling up.Once we finally got in, we found the smallest hotel room that I think I've ever stayed in. Even rooms in such space economizing places as New York City and Tokyo have been bigger. My brother was staying just down the road and for just another $30, he had a business suite. Granted, he got a good deal but I felt like I was robbed in comparison by paying $70+ dollars for this closet.The final thing that put me off was the wi-fi. I work in IT, so maybe this wouldn't have bothered someone else as much as it did me but here goes... Every other hotel I've stayed at has had one wireless network ID for the guests. Normally called "Hotel Guest Wireless" or something like that. This place had at least a dozen different network IDs! The ones in range of me ranged from daysinn01 to DaysInn14 (notice the naming inconsistencies). Most of them kept dropping in and out of range but the one that stuck around, daysinn04, was only at half signal and when I tried to connect to it, it was the slowest connection I've seen since the days of dial up. No exaggeration. Most of the time, I couldn't pull anything up since the signal was so weak. And why is there no password or sign-in process? How do I know that these are all actually the hotel's network?

Other Recent Traveler Reviews from Days Inn guests:

  , Carson City
  , Baker
4.0 of 5 stars


These reviews are the subjective opinions of individual travelers and not of TripAdvisor LLC nor of its partners.