The location served our purpose well, but the place for the price was overall disappointing. Needs a uplift. The bed was fine, but furniture is was more funky than the shots I've seen show. I'd call it Cheap Salvation Army. Needs a paint job, throw out some of the dusty hallway objets, and for god's sake, upgrade the toilet paper! Last time I dealt with anything that thin was in the USSR in the Seventies. That added to the overall depressing feeling of the place. That was the coup de grace or the overall experience. Yet the room (with comfy king bed, I'll grant that) did not feel worth the $358 for night.