We had a good stay. Price was good. The room was spacious, fridge, microwave, a couch, king bed, TV. Bathroom was clean, maybe not in the deepest crevice of the corners, but overall pretty clean. The property was part of what appears to be a former resort & convention center that must have flopped, former movie theater attached to the property that is closed. The convention center part could still be open? It appears the Days Inn purchased at some point one of the two original places to stay and the Best Western purchased the other one. Its a two level hotel, but the room signage was interesting, it looks like they utilized signage from the third and fourth floors of another Days Inn, but the third floor signage at this hotel is the 1st floor and the fourth is the second (if that makes sense). A larger common area on the second or shall I say (fourth floor) is where the continental breakfast room is at. We weren't overly impressed by the breakfast, my wife grabbed some hard boiled eggs that were hard/rubbery (probably pre-cooked store bought in a bag type). We just don't normally care for continental breakfasts period, so she tossed it. Interesting property, overall we'd stay again, only complaint for us was the breakfast, but if you don't mind yogurt, toast, waffle, one type of muffin or cereal/oatmeal for breakfast, you'll be fine with it. The pool area looked nice from what we saw, but we were just so beat from our drive that we didn't even utilize it.
Traveller from Fond du Lac, WI