Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Oak Grove, Oak Grove Inn is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Oak Grove Inn makes it easy to enjoy the best of Oak Grove.
Oak Grove Days Inn offers guests an array of room amenities including a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The motel offers 24 hour front desk, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Waffle House, one of the diners that can be found in Oak Grove, which is a short distance from Oak Grove Inn.
Oak Grove Inn is sure to make your visit to Oak Grove one worth remembering.
Are room (213) had some water damage in the bathroom. The looby smelt like smoke. There was a open outlet by the bed. The wood furniture in the room had some damage on it. This hotel needs to be fixed badly. The manager did not give anything about the Wi-Fi access. To get it you have to call him from a black phone in the hotel lobby to get the info. It's better to go some where else than this gross building
This place is nasty. The common areas were in need of a good cleaning, floors needed vacuuming, furniture dusted and such. I got to my room after climbing what seemed to be an unreal amount of stair. The room was filthy. The carpet needed vacuuming and a shampooing, although I think if it were to be cleaned it would fall apart. There were holes in the walls and paint peeling off. The bathroom looked like it hadn't been cleaned in weeks and only had 2 very thin towels. All of the linens, sheets and towels, were slightly yellowish brown. I almost left but I really needed a shower. I brought in my own sheet and blanket and slept on top of the bedding. I got almost no sleep because of people slamming doors, loud people, and loud music. I believe most of the rooms are occupied by long term guests. The room next to mine had to have at least 6 people in it and they were loud and had the TV up loud all night. Never again will I stay here. It used to be a Days Inn but I'm sure they lost their franchise because of the condition of the property. …
We stayed at the Days Inn Oak Grove to get off the icy interstate after passing 30 miles of wrecks. We were grateful to make it safely off the road and find a hotel room. That's where the good part stops. First we were not shown where the stairs were, and dragged our luggage up the wrong set of stairs, had to go back to the lobby, through a door and up 3 flights of different stairs. Then we discovered we had not been given a key. The floor had not been vacuumed. There was no hot water in the bath, only lukewarm. The bath tub drain leaked. There were two thin towels for two adults. No coffee pot in the room (although there was a microwave and fridge). Bathtub was dirty including hair in the drain and mildew around the seams. 2 of the 5 light bulbs did not work. The mattress sagged in the middle. But as they say, any port in a storm . . .…
An OK place to lay your head, but nothing good to say. Desk often un-staffed. Check-in - archaic. Breakfast HORRIBLE. Don't believe the sign about rooms from 39.95 Days Inns are so unpredictable, some nice, too, other like this.....
This was by far my WORST hotel experience!!! The room was NASTY, the carpet was matted and filthy, the bathroom was severely outdated and the caulking was molded.... The list goes on and on. When I went to the front desk to check-out, the person on staff didn't even get out of his seat in the back of the office to greet me... he pointed to the basked to put the key and said Thank You.... I could NOT stay here another night... I went across the highway to the Econo Lodge and was happy there.