It was pretty dated looking, the wifi was inconsitent, the ac was a
vintage unit that took hours to cool the room (which was like an oven
when we arrived) there was no ac in the hallways and the windows did not
open, making the first couple hours upon arrival much like sitting in a
sauna. After the first night, we left the ac running, it was much
cooler. The tv was one of those old giant vaccuum tube numbers, but they
had cable. Breakfast is nothing special, very limited, dry cereal and
bagels with coffee or juice. Not even fresh fruit, and the
"breakfast room" is a tiny, converted guest room with two
tables in it, so you get to sit very cozy with other guests, or carry
breakfast back to your room.
It was cheap, clean and near where I needed to be.