Stayed for a week by myself while in town interviewing. First room had used towels on the floor (and was on the ground floor next by the lobby, next to the elevator, aka noisiest room in any hotel — a couple days later, this room had a bunch of guys hooping and hollerin' inside).
Went back to the desk and the clerk gave me a room on the far end of the top floor of the complex. There were stains around the sink (cigarette burns?), the nightstand was sticky, and the desk chair was torn. Sink filter leaked and eventually flew off, but it wasn't screwed on all the way, so I took care of that. Toilet had permanent stains on/in it. Didn't use the stove, but it looked like it was from the 70's.
But it was quiet and after a couple of days, I got used to it. Bed was comfortable and I slept soundly every night, which is the most important factor for any accommodation I stay at. I wouldn't want to necessarily take my family there, but it did the trick for me. So if you're not too picky, it's not a bad choice. Staff was nice. And the price was reasonable.
Downside is that it's really not within any walking distance of anything, feels very isolated, and the immediate food choices are slim. Upside, is that it's only about 10-15 minutes from downtown Austin.
Overall, not bad for a not too finicky person.
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