This motel would have been a very good deal IF they had just spent some money on updating their bedding. When I see a comforter that's not white, it goes on the chair for the night. So when I went to remove my orange (eww) comforter, the underside was covered with hair and had visible stains. Eww again. This was bad enough, but the blanket underneath was one of those faux velour ones. It was so thin I could see through it, and had a tear down the middle. The bottom sheet was also torn. The staff did bring me a new comforter, but argued that "those are brand new sheets" when I pointed out the tear. So I lived with it.
Outside the room, there was garbage in the landscaping. An easy fix, but they missed it. But this seems to be a common occurrence. When we went to the front desk to cancel our reservation for the next night (I would have preferred to sleep in my car instead of that place), I heard someone in the back say (loudly), "I guess they didn't clean THAT room!" Sigh.
Fast forward to around 4 AM, when the occupants of the room next door awoke for the day. It was like they were in the room with us. I could hear someone whisper, "Time to get up! Good morning!" and then every word they said to one another before leaving. I could hear their towel hit the floor after their shower. Really. And I wear hearing aids.
Dust level on furnishings/paintings was high. The bathroom fan had heavy dust and cobwebs on it. This room probably is cleaned each day, but has obviously never been deep cleaned. All hotels should have a deep cleaning schedule, even $45.99 a night ones.
Bottom line is that this motel could be a VERY good value if they would just attend to the details.
The rooms have obviously been updated. The tile in the bathroom was very good, and clean. The flooring in the rest of the room was very good as well.