The only quibbles were that the bathtub wasn't entirely clean -- there was a hair stuck to the wall. The tile grout shows the impact of mildew -- and scrubbing/chemicals to remove (so at least that's positive). We stayed on a warm day in summer and the upstairs hallways aren't air conditioned, so it was quite clammy any time we left the room and walked down the hall. The free breakfast was fairly sparse -- tiny, cheap pastries covered in cheap sugar coating; powdered eggs in a big, cold clump in a buffet pan; Kellogg's cereal; yogurt cups; some nearly black bananas.
Also, if you're looking for a restaurant you won't find one at this hotel, and there's not much close as it's across the street from a giant Costco and in a nondescript retail / industrial area. You pretty much need a car to eat.
You could do worse at a hotel that's the lowest-priced alternative within striking distance of an airport. Admittedly our expectations weren't high, as it's a Best Western, but it's perfectly serviceable.
The property's older, but still in decent shape; it looks kitschier from the outside with the faux half-timbered facade than it is on the inside. Wifi and parking are free; we didn't bother with the airport shuttle since it was easier to park our rental car and drive it to the airport the next day on our own schedule. The beds are fairly comfortable, and though our room faced on the 99 I didn't hear much noise from the traffic. The climate control is an in-wall unit, but unlike most in-wall units in hotels like this, it wasn't outrageously loud and it did a good job maintaining a decent temperature in our room.