This is not a good value. The place is rundown, cramped, cheap, old and the walls and doors are paper-thin. The only accessible electrical outlet was next to the tiny sink vanity in the bathroom. They don't even provide a clock so you can set an alarm. People seemed to be using the ice machine outside our room all night long, and the coup de grace was the trash truck emptying the dumpsters, which apparently were right outside our room, at 6:45 in the morning. The small lobby also serves as the breakfast area with three tables and maybe 12 chairs. There was no syrup for the toaster waffle. The only redeeming item was yogurt.
Worst smelling hotel ever. I actually had to sleep with the windows open during a snowstorm. How anyone can sleep anywhere on the third floor of this building is beyond me. Oh, and the "breakfast"... weak. If you can elbow your way past the other guests you might be able to scrape together some cereal and a piece of stale toast. This is in the NEVER EVER EVER AGAIN category, as in, I should have slept in my car before subjecting myself to this place. Also, my coworker who booked it shall not be permitted to select hotels again.