Very nice building. Very clean and tidy, with very good facilities. Great gym and swimming pool. The staff were very good at reception, a little slow at the bar though. The only complaint i have with my stay was the noise in the room. I was near reception iñ room 101, all i could hear was a droaning all night.. not sure if this was the aircon or heating but it wasnt in the room. I was near a boiler room or something like that. Very annoying all night! My advise is get a room as far away from reception as possible
"Lovely, clean and fresh room with friendly staff."
Our room was very comfortable, spacious and clean. Due to it being next to services I would reccomend taking snacks and drinks for the room as services were very expensive but thats no fault of Days Inn. I wish we could have stayed for longer!
Only 3 Miles from Maidstone Town Centre.Eurotunnel.Maidstone Shopping.Leeds Castle Historic Site.Hollingbourne Train Station …More
Stayed here whilst visiting family nearby, very easy to travel around from here. One night we stayed there was a Burns Night party, hotel very noisy after midnight. breakfasts very nice but didn't eat in restaurants any other time.
Mysef, my partner and my two children stayed one night in the family room 12. Very clean and spacious, nicely decorated, shower room a little on the small side and outlook from room was over facility area so frosted glass, overall lovely room. There was no hairdryer as stated but we had one so no problem. Breakfast, service and staff lovely. One downside is parking is £10 for 24hrs on super market multi-storey. Nice and close to orangery maidstone where we attended a wedding. We arrived very late so popped down the street for takeaway pizza , room service available but we're not allowed to take our food to the room and ate in dining room at about 22.30 pm. Very reasonable price &195.00 for two nights with continental breakfast, only £5 each extra for full English. Greatly better value than the local larger hotels. Had a lovely stay and would stop again, added touch of bottled water was great
The King Street Hotel is a wonderful example of Georgian architecture, built as a rectory in 1802 it still retains most of …More
Straddling the River Medway, Maidstone was once the agricultural hub of Kent and is now known for its annual flower show, held in July. Visitors can hike, horse ride, or golf in the historic Mote Park, which is within walking distance of the town centre. Families can enjoy Kent Life, a charming farm attraction, with adventure activities, farm animals, and a collection of heritage gardens on offer.
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