Despite its name, it's not that near to the airport, nor to town, it's in the middle of nowhere, with not even a convenience store around, let alone a bar or restaurant, so if you need anything, you have to call a cab, which is a pain in the neck. I think in the future I'd stay in town. But the ladies at the desk and in the restaurant are nice enough, and it's certainly inexpensive They might put a bottle of water in the rooms, because once they go to bed, that's it, no way to get bottled water. So I drank the tap water, and I guess it was fine. Still...a bottle of water would be nice.
It was advertised at $35, she asked me for $40 USD, which was perhaps correct with taxes. In any case, it was cheap. She was kind enough to find me some ice at 10pm, and the next morning the adjoining restaurant had a nice breakfast, also cheap, about 4 bucks.