Ever hotel room I have stayed in for man years has been equipped with an alarm clock. Not everyone has a cell phone with an alarm. When I checked out and was asked if the bed was comfortable, I said it was, even though I had to use my mountain climbing equipment to get into it. The bed was very high, which I did not like. I am used to sitting on the edge of the bed to get dressed in the morning. Couldn't do that here. The rooms were very spartan. It would be nice to have a picture or two on the walls. There were only 3 hangers, which was fine, since I was just staying one nigh. Had I been staying longer, I would have wanted more. Most motels nowadays provide breakfast. I stayed at a hotel in Boise, Idaho a couple of years ago that provided a great breakfast and the cost was much less than this one. Even just toast and juice, or a waffle iron with a pitcher of batter would do if they don't want to go all out. I'm sure it would increase the ratings of this motel.
The staff was pleasant. When I noticed the room did not have an alarm clock and I needed to be up early in the morning, they provided me with one (they explained the rooms did not have alarm clocks because most people used their cell phones). The room was clean. There was a TV, a microwave and a fridge. Although I dd not use any of these, it was nice that they were there.