The Days Inn Williams knows sometimes it’s too hard to pass up a free, hot breakfast on a chilly morning in the high country so their offer of eggs, sausage, pastries, yogurt and waffles help seal the deal for many visitors grappling with where to stay in Williams.
Located just off Interstate 40, this is a basic hotel offering slightly more than minimal perks. The Days Inn Williams is a great option for budget-conscious travelers, especially those traveling with children as kids under 17 stay free. Reasonably priced and close enough to the Grand Canyon makes this hotel a reliable choice. The hotel came under new ownership two years ago and the owners seem prompt in responding to online reviews (good and bad) and have been making improvements to the aging hotel. In fact, according to one of the owners, a full renovation is being planned.
Although rated only two stars, you can find just about everything here you might be looking for on your trip to the Canyon – indoor pool, business center and that welcoming hot breakfast. The rooms are minimalistic but comfortable and offer what you may expect from a Days Inn – affordable, basic accommodations.
- Free “Daybreak Breakfast”
- BBQ grill on premises
- Hot tub
- Indoor heated swimming pool
- On-site convenience store and gift shop
- Vending machines
- Ice Machine
- Coffee and beverage station
- Guest laundry facilities
- 32 inch flat screen TV’s
- Free WiFi access
- Kids under 17 stay free
Across the board, the reviews of the Days Inn Williams are pretty positive. One reviewer even said it was, “The best Days Inn I’ve ever stayed in.” Though a basic, two star hotel, the Days Inn Williams seems to over deliver and strives to make it a pleasant stay for everyone.
Who is it good for?
Families find this hotel especially appealing because of their “kids under 17 stay free” offer and the fact it’s got a pool and flat screen TV’s in all the rooms. There is not a restaurant on-site, but being that Williams is a small town committed to tourism, there are plenty of restaurant options nearby.
The fact that it’s only 60 miles or so from the gate at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon is a nice plus, too.