Pros:Comfortable beds. Friendly staff allowed a late check out.
Cons:Very few accessible AC outlets. Toilet location was poor. In the seated position you have wall-mounted bathroom tissue rolls wedged against your right leg, while the bathroom counter is approximately 1 foot in front of you. It felt like an untested and poor design flaw. The shower heat was too sensitive. A very hair thin adjustment between cool and very hot. Warm was not an option. The king bed room was quite small, especially for the comparative price of similar hotels in the area. Your road signage is LITERALLY non-existent. We drove slowly by twice before we saw the 2 foot high, 2 foot wide sign. The GPS had us thinking we were staying at the Days INN. Parking is too tight. Several open spaces inaccessible due to other vehicles being parked slightly off center. The only blanket provided is paper-thin. Had to use spare pillows on our feet the first night to keep them warm. No spare blankets in the closet. Wifi consistently had a poor signal STRENGTH and performed poorly on several speed tests. Averaging 5 Mbps up and down regardless of the time of day or night. My T-Mobile wireless tests consistently doubled your WIFI speeds. The bathroom tissue and box tissue were so thin you could read small print THROUGH them. Not something you expect from a hotel priced in your range. And finally, a nit-picky complaint about that old fashioned elevator sound that signifies the passing of each floor. It sounds like a cross between a VW car horn and a poorly crafted duck-call or plastic kazoo. Loud and very jarring.