Tired and out date. It’s not a bad hotel. It’s just tired looking. The lobby, restaurant and bar all look like a 1980s Ramada Inn. I expect Murph and the Magictones to be playing Fri-Sat-Sun. The place is huge and must have been the talk of the town 30 years ago. Now it’s just sad. The hallway on the first floor has 7 foot ceilings which I find oppressive. The huge lobby has a giant fireplace in the middle of a sunken conversation pit. The weather was cool and dreary. A big fire would have warmed the lobby, but nope. No fire.
Service was good. We had a bad heater. The front desk came immediately to move us. Both rooms were spotless and spacious. The tv was a bit undersized for the room.
Breakfast included sausages and folded eggs. Always a nice surprise in a cheap hotel. Neither was especially good but it wasn’t a donut or waffle.
Conclusion, it was not a bad place to stay. I found it depressing but not bad. It was a gloomy day and the motel did nothing to relieve it. I got a clean, comfortable room for the night. Do I need more?
Well, maybe. The pool is closed and it doesn’t look like a temporary situation. I expected to find a hot tub along with the pool. After driving all day, I like to relax. No hot tub and the pool is closed.