I stayed at this Days Inn for one night recently. I searched all the websites I could find that offer hotel deals and this was the least expensive I could find. The prices varied at different sites. I can't remember the name of the site now, but the cheapest offered a room at $50.60 with tax. Then I discovered that I didn't need to necessarily go through the site to make a reservation. It sends you directly to Days Inn's website who offers you the cheapest price on line for their hotels.
The price for my room, at what I have written above, was at least ten dollars cheaper than what other sites offered for the same one. It was a smoking room with two double beds on the second floor. Non-smoking rooms and rooms on the first floor cost about ten dollars more. So if you aren't able to climb stairs, get one on the first level. I also suggest that even if you are a non-smoker to get a smoking room since they are cheaper. Most places I know of run out of smoking rooms first though. Rooms with one king-sized bed also cost more. All the rooms have private entrances outside. Check-in time is after 3pm and check-out time is 11 am. I did not bring mine, but they do accept pets for a small deposit. I believe it was $15, if my memory serves me.
Of course it would be nice to stay at a more elegant place, but I was mostly visiting with family and only needed the room to sleep and shower. It was a decent room. I've stayed in some pretty nasty places before for a LOT more money than this hotel, especially in the Chicago area.
The man at the front desk was friendly and gave prompt service. The room was clean and pretty comfortable, though the bed was not as soft as the one I have at home. It is an older building that could use cosmetic remodeling, but it works. There were some minor negatives I could deal with. The bathroom fan was not working and the iron was missing from the wall-mounted stand, but they did provide a hair dryer, soap, shampoo and ice bucket with cups. The walls are a bit thin so I could hear other people walking and coughing outside and in their rooms. There was also a man, who I assume had been drinking, who kept banging on the door to a room down from me and was going in and out for a good hour. However, I could not hear these things while my tv was on. It's no where near the Ritz, but I think that I would stay here again if I didn't have money to spend on nicer lodging.