Leo's is like any other motel. Two-levelled rectangular building, fronted by a car park. You pay your forty bucks a night (or so) and you get a small room, double bed, a TV with a range of channels, and a bathroom with a shower. There's a chest of drawers, and a couple of chairs. If you ask him, he'll give you fresh towels. There's a bar of soap, some plastic cups, and a large mirror behind your bed.
Now for the negative bits. During my eight-day stay my bedsheets weren't cleaned (I'm not sure if you had to take them to him yourself). There were cracks in the walls, filled with sealant.
All in all, Leo's is a cheap motel that's useful if you don't expect to be there at any time other than when you sleep.