I checked in on a Sunday afternoon, hoping to stay two nights. I paid a little over $100 for the first night, but oddly the rate for the second night went up to $125 or so. So I ended up only staying here one night, then I decamped to the Motel 6 on the other end of town (see Trip Advisor reviews) which of course wasn't as nice but cost 1/3 as much!! No discount for a military retiree, but they did upgrade me to a suite! Lots of amenities here, but since I was just staying for a night I didn't use most of them. They do have a laundry room (coin-op machines) which could be handy if you've been on the road awhile. The breakfast was nice, with lots of choices. My one gripe was that I was in a 2nd floor room right above the main entrance to the hotel. This entrance consists of an entryway with typical sliding doors on the outside and inside. When I was sitting at the desk in my room, every time those doors opened or closed, you could feel (and faintly hear) the rumble. This didn't disrupt my sleep and otherwise the place seemed fairly quiet, about average in that department. Two last minor gripes: the hallways, etc. didn't seem to have much if any air conditioning. And the elevator was extremely slow, and shuddered when it stopped at the third floor. But in general, it was a nice place to spend the night.