Provides decent shelter; not much more.
The lady at the front desk was quite friendly. We had minor communication issues - I'd say "8" and she'd write "A." Perseverance eventually got everything sorted out. Vending area has 1 each: drinks, snacks, ice, & tiny microwave. Unless you can be satisfied with the snacks or bring your own food, the nearest place for breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner is Subway next door. Place gives an overall sense of aging (& not gracefully). Like for comic relief in a movie, the box springs squawked with every movement. However, I heard no such noise through the walls from rooms on either side of me, although there is more than one possible explanation for that. I prefer a firm mattress and got my preference. If you like medium or soft, you will be less happy. 3 bath towels: 3 textures, 3 thicknesses. I tried the thinnest first, and it still got me dry. Overall, I'd call the place one step up from bare bones yet serviceable. Arrive with little-to-no expectations above minimum and you won't be disappointed.