Hotel safety is a major concern!
Our short stay with Days Inn Montrose during the Thanksgiving Holiday was a major disappointment. Mainly due to the hotel's lack of safety/security concerns for their guests. When we checked in we were given a single room (we requested a family room that would accommodate a family of 5) located in the far back of the hotel that was mostly unoccupied. Our pet-friendly room faced an open field and a trailer park. The hotel's parking lot lighting outside our room was very questionable, and I noticed no other guests were around us.
Not comfortable with the location of our hotel room, I asked the front desk if we could move to the front of the hotel to be near other guests. We were informed by the management that the only pet-friendly rooms available were in the back of the hotel near the vacant field.
The 2nd-night we woke around 2:30 a.m. by the alarm on my truck that someone was trying to get into. On the fourth night, around 3:30 a.m. we woke to a stranger knocking on our door asking(in a creepy voice) "what are you doing in there?" He quickly left the area after I turned on the room lights and yelled, "who is out there". I reported the disturbance to the front desk, and the local police shortly after the incident occurred.
My children were very scared and I was concerned about our safety for the duration of our stay with Days Inn Montrose, I informed the management that we were no longer staying. They informed me that they had never experienced any security is