I stayed here in October 2006, in a studio room. It was a large room with king size bed, fairly large bathroom, a tv with vcr and a cd player, and a mini kitchen stocked with utensils, plates, pots/pans. The hotel is located on the far south edge of MSU's campus in a quiet location. Guests have access to the MSU athletic club for a small fee, and it's a nice facility. The hotel also offers videos for checkout. Unlike Residence Inn, however, no breakfast is offered. The toiletries consisted of shampoo and soap - bring everything else from home.
However... I stayed on a major football weekend when the hotel was sold out, and learned how thin the walls are. I woke up several times during the night due to noise from rowdy Ohio State fans returning from partying and hooting in the halls.
I'd stay at the hotel again, but NOT when the hotel is at capacity and not on a major sports weekend.