This place has the potential to be a great one, however they need to put money on it. I arrived here after a terrible experience in another one. The place look like one of these historical houses that have never been renewed. The lobby is fine, the guy at the front desk is VERY nice, he takes care of everything you tell him and there is this blonde girl who does the cleaning that is also very nice. The room is small but has fridge and microwave. The sink is outside of the bathroom which i found strange but apparently long time ago that was a normal layout. I did have one huge complaint because the bathroom has a communicating door with the room next to you and one day i spent the night out and the next day when i arrived for some reason the lock was broken, like someone from the room next door was trying to get into the room. I told the hotel that and they did all possible to change me to a different room that same night which was something i really appreciated.
For a one or two nights stay the place is fine, not fancy at all but provides shelter if that's all you need. Location is great, a couple of blocks from cityplace and Clematis street, the place is cheap and the service from the people working there is really good.