It's pretty clear that this place has had a change of ownership in the past couple of years: older reviews are pretty negative, newer reviews are pretty positive overall. For $80 a night or so, you're not going to get luxury, so expectations have to be realistic, and so in that context, this place is under-priced in my opinion.Here's what you need to know: our beds were new and very comfy, the air conditioner was new and quiet, the carpet and (decent) linoleum was new, the kitchen nook (and microwave and coffee maker) was new, the bathroom had been completely re-done. The wooden dresser and night table were definitely worn but workable; I hope they replace them soon, but I didn't find them a big turn-off. The place was very clean, the cleaning staff did their job, and the office staff were friendly and smiled. And there's free wifi that actually works in your room (I've been getting cynical about claims concerning wifi, which in too many hotels works only in the office). The downsides: like most inns and motels, the walls are thin, so if you have bad neighbours, you'll suffer. We were lucky because our neighbours on both sides and above were quiet after 11pm. And with cars parked right outside, the jerks who yelled to each other while loading the car at 7:30a.m. woke us. But that happens everywhere. This inn is at the eastern end of the city (not the suburbs, but not the very downtown core, either), so there's not a lot to see (or eat at) within quick walking distance. Overall, I definitely recommend this place. The owners and staff give you more than you're paying for, perhaps building up the business after neglect by previous owners (just wondering)? A last tip: across the parking lot is Carolyn's restaurant. The staff are magnificent and the breakfasts just fine.
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