Everything was very nice except maybe that the room was just a little small and had a slight odor. My daughter was there to take a test. The room was comfortable and having the fridge, microwave, and coffee pot are nice to have.
This was a last minute choice for a one-night stay, and we booked late. When we arrived, the desk clerk had to call several locations to find our reservation. She was helpful and kind despite our wait, referring us to a good local Mexican
restaurant for dinner.
The facility is an older building with old air conditioners and strangely configured rooms. No elevator. This room was booked as a queen and a double with a kitchenette, and we found one large room with two queens and a tiny microwave atop a tiny fridge. The sink is in the main room next to the beds, and the toilet and shower are in a small closet. The room had some terrible soapy smell, so much that it was hard to sleep. We were on the second floor, and the room shook when someone walked along the outer hallway.
But on the good side, there is a family of prairie dogs that live in the lot next door, and this was our only chance during our trip to see these creatures. And the breakfast was the usual waffles/cereal/boiled eggs/sausage selections, but it was particularly good.
People who are used to 3-star would not even consider this a 1-star. Though we are not particularly picky and don't mind a little issue here or there, in our humble opinion, this is not a good place to stay.