Days Inn Daybreak "Breakfast"

Old Dec 6, 08, 8:33 pm
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Talking Days Inn Daybreak "Breakfast"

I just wanted to poll a question from the people on this board about Days Inn Daybreak Breakfast. I don't really care about it because it's not even a continental breakfast but it's curious to see how little they do try to serve.

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Days Inn Cherokee, NC. Nutrigrain bars, two (only two) cereal dispensers, milk, and (packaged) sugar donut holes. Only OJ (No apple juice).

(And curious enough this Days Inn property is one of the better Days Inn I've stayed at)
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Old Dec 6, 08, 9:33 pm
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The one in Sandusky, Ohio, across from the mall, has only Kellogg's breakfast bars, two cereals, and muffins, along with coffee and two juices.
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Old Dec 13, 08, 7:42 am
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Originally Posted by kipper View Post
The one in Sandusky, Ohio, across from the mall, has only Kellogg's breakfast bars, two cereals, and muffins, along with coffee and two juices.
I've stayed at Days Inn hotels at BGR and in Georgetown, KY... both had similar offerings.
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Originally Posted by SixAlpha View Post
I've stayed at Days Inn hotels at BGR and in Georgetown, KY... both had similar offerings.
It's very disappointing.
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Certainly hope there was a Dennys or IHOP nearby....
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Old Dec 15, 08, 10:12 am
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Originally Posted by SoonerRed View Post
Certainly hope there was a Dennys or IHOP nearby....
For Cherokee, NC, there was the option of going to a $10-$15 priced breakfast buffet at Harrahs across the road (read: overpriced) or driving a mile or two to get to McDonalds
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Old Dec 15, 08, 3:28 pm
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Originally Posted by SoonerRed View Post
Certainly hope there was a Dennys or IHOP nearby....
For our stay, there were a few fast food places, all of which were more appealing.
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Days inn Concord ca

complete Buffet breakfast eggs bacon or sausage toast muffins waffles fruit apple and orange juice coffee yogurt. Very nice place to stay. Family-run
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