As Army lodging goes, this is a good place. The price is reasonable and it is a fair value. It is not a bargain but it is on base and you save money being on base.
There are two cautions:
1. Do not buy perishable items from the vending machines. The AAFES contractor puts products well past their due date and charges a premium for the products. I bought a candy bar that was white. Yes, if chocolate is white it does not mean it is stale. However, it was. I tasted it.
2. Internet. There is internet in the room but it is not wireless. The Ethernet is good. They will not go to wireless for at least a year or more. They claim it will cost $500k to establish a wireless net in this small-medium size hotel. That seems wrong but it does not matter since they do not have wireless.
This hotel is part of the privatization of the Army Lodging system. You can reserve rooms on line. It used to be there was 1-800 number you called for reservations for a room wherever you stayed in the Army system. Now, you must call each lodge and it takes a while to free up an agent.