I stayed only one night here, before boarding a plane in the morning. I really liked the guy at the front desk - very nice and helpful.
My room smelled of some sort of sweet disinfectant. Better that than other odors, I suppose, but I'd rather have had no odor at all. The bed and the room were comfortable, but it's clearly an older facility, and things were a bit worn. I had to be careful to close my door behind me - it didn't automatically swing shut, and a couple of times I discovered it wide open - not a good thing for a woman traveling alone!
Sound-proofing left something to be desired. I didn't hear anything from the hallway, but listened to my next door neighbor's end of a long phone conversation, and heard every word.
The room had a fridge, coffee maker, and microwave. WiFi was free and worked well. I noticed a laundry room. I followed a sign to "pool, hot tub, sauna, and fitness center," and I can report that the pool, hot tub, and sauna look nice, in a retro sort of way, but there is no fitness center that I could detect.
Breakfast was good. The sign outside advertises "Waffle Bar" - that means not one, but two, waffle makers! Be sure you spray the waffle maker thoroughly before using - I did just a cursory spray because I try to limit excess fat - and it wasn't enough. The poor desk clerk had to clean up my mess, but was nice about it. There were other choices for breakfast as well - the usual suspects.
Overall this was fine, especially for the price (about $50, inc tax) and proximity to the airport. A few renovations would make it really nice.