We stayed there in April for one night to visit the WWII memorial. I made reservations 2 days in advance for a king non smoking room. Check in was smooth and the woman who appeared to be an owner told me that most of the rooms were rehabbed but she was out of them. Our room was clean but would have been marked as out of service on other motels. No head board, duct tape covering holes in the wall, 2 steps up to the bathroom which had an oversized vanity in it. If you sat on the toilet you had as much room as you would have on an airplane. This should have been removed and replaced with a pedestal sink. The outdoor lights shown in our window all night because the wore out curtains did not cover the window properly. On the outside the walkways were filled with construction stuff and a few mattresses on end under plastic. It has the appearance that they gave been working on the motel for some time. The only thing good about our stay was the mattress (hope if did not sit out in the weather like its brothers). Not worth the $51 including tax per night.
On a brighter note the breakfast next door was terrific!