My family primarily stayed in Rock Hill for the sake of being able to say we've been to South Carolina :) I booked over the phone and got a very nice rate ($66.) When coming into Rock Hill you could see it was a very nice area with alot of familiar commerical things (i.e. stores/restaurants.) The Days Inn is kind of tucked away behind a few other buildings which gave it a bit of a shady feel. There were some ladies walking in/out of the building wearing some very tight dresses while we were checking in which really made me question if this was the best place. I have no knowledge of what these ladies were doing there, I'm just trying to give you my impression. There are actually two seperate buildings. We were located in the 2nd building about as far from the lobby as you could be. When we got into the room it was nice and clean. Everything worked and you certainly couldn't complain about that for the price (especially the air! It was sooo hot that day!) I often go out to smoke late at night and I didn't hear a peep which lead me to believe I just had the creeps about being in a strange city. I didn't even see anyone coming or going and the place was filled with cars. They had free contintental breakfast and pool. Overall it was a nice place at a good price, I would stay here again.
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