The room was spotless. My wife actually prefers the laminate floor to carpeting. Both of the times I visited the front desk, the staff were cordial and welcoming befitting a Five Star hotel. The hot water in the shower comes so fast it must be from an on-demand local heater. Wi-Fi has easy sign on and proved string even on the next-to-last room on a wing. All non-smoking rooms.
I suspect the cleaning staff is paid about the same as the Solange resort, but when they noticed we left a long stem rose in the room, they found a craft beer bottle from another guest, cleaned it, put water in it, and left it by the mirror. That was such a thoughtful touch!
Of course, it is a Motel 6. Breakfast is available across the street at Starbucks. (If you are up before that opens, there is a 24 hour 7-11 across Trancas.) The walls between the rooms allow noise to travel pretty easily. They provide soap, but not shampoo. Heating/AC works very well, but is set centrally.
For guests with peripheral nerve problems or other causes of decreased joint position sense, ask for a first floor room. The second floor halls and rooms have gentle undulation that is kind of fun for anyone with normal sensation, but increases the risk of falls in the dark for those that don't. This does not seem to reflect structural damage, but must be due to weird sub-flooring.
So for an older Motel 6, this is pretty good.