Days Inn, Washington D. C.

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Days Inn, Washington D. C.

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Days Inn is a hotel chain headquartered in the United States. It was founded in 1970 by Cecil B. Day, with the first location opening in Tybee Island, Georgia. The brand is now a part of the Wyndham Hotel Group, based in Parsippany, New Jersey, which used to be a part of Cendant. It is described by its president, Clyde Guinn, as striving to provide the "best value under the sun". Days Inn includes locations worldwide.


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Days Inn, Washington D. C. Reviews - Write a Review

  • It's a motel. The Chinese restaurant inside is one of DC's best!

  • Ate at Panda Gourmet (restaurant in the Days Inn.). One of the best Chinese/Szechuan restaurants in DC. Extremely authentic, even to my friends who consider themselves asian food snobs. Extremely reasonable prices as well.

  • Good was OK, not spectacular. Service was good.

  • After going to the National Arboretum, we stopped at the Panda Gourmet at the Days Inn for lunch. The Rouga Mo and Shaanxi cold noodles were awesome. You kinda have to know it's there or you'll miss it, but it's some of best Szechuan food in the DC area.

  • Went to this location for the restaurant, Panda Gourmet. Google maps will direct you to the New York Ave entrance but there is an entrance off Bladensburg Rd that is significantly easier to get to. Food is wonderful but there can be a wait for service.

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