We were attending a concert at the Mesa Arts Center, and wanted a motel close by. This one had the best reviews in the area, so chose it. It is a small hotel, which was nice. We were given the choice upon arrival of a ground floor room or one upstairs. We chose upstairs. The decor is nice. The property was clean, and the front desk staff were friendly and helpful. Weirdly, we never saw any housekeeping ouside of the ladies who made breakfast every morning. They were efficient, but kept to themselves. Our room had 2 queen beds, and a flat screen TV. Our window looked out over the parking lot, so could keep an eye on the car. The room was clean and free of any odors. The only ice machine is on the ground floor, which may be inconvenient for some, but the lift is located midway in the hall. It was a very quiet room, with black out curtains which lent itself to oversleeping, but that was nice, too. Breakfast is served from 6:00 to 9:00 a.m., and we made it (barely), but there was still plenty of food such as breads, scrambled eggs, waffles, cereals, yogurt, juices, etc. The dining area isn't huge, but seemed adequate. The hotel is not within walking distance of a nice sit-down restaurant, but there is a Dairy Queen right next door, and if you go up the street past the LDS Temple, next to a big Wells Fargo is Pete's Fish and Chips. While not the British variety, still very tasty and apparently a bit of an institution. Speaking of the LDS Temple, it was completely decorated for the Christmas holiday, and was gorgeious beyond belief. Definately a must-see!! The Mesa Arts Center is also quite nice, and the Ikeda Theatre is fabulous for concerts!