The room smelled of mildew the entire time we were there. We kept the window open, but that did not help with the smell. The toilet did not smell clean either. It needed a bleach cleaning. The bed was mushy, one of those pillow tops, and it aggravated my low back and neck, even though I brought my own pillow. I am recovering from shoulder surgery. So that wasn't helped either. The bathroom door squeaked when ever it was moved - to open or close it. So during the night whenever one of us got up to use the bathroom, the other one was disturbed by the squeaky door. The clock on the microwave faced the bed. It was so bright, neither one of us could go to sleep until I put a pillow in front of it. There were plenty of bed pillows to choose from. I am unable to eat wheat, so the muffins, pale bagels, and waffles were not for me. I had brought my own, but there was no fruit- no bananas, oranges, or apples as most places have. I was unhappy with this, so I went back to the room. My spouse said breakfast was good; there were eggs. But he ate alone too. Lastly, the door had no chain, and only one bolt. Many motel room doors have two locks and a chain. I think some work can be done to improve a guest's experience.
The room was relatively clean and all amenities (TV, wifi, microwave, refrigerator) were present. There were plenty of towels with soaps, shampoo, and toilet paper. A Keurig coffee machine with coffees was there too. A simple breakfast was available in their breakfast room. Although the property is right off the highway, it was not too noisy. Gas, restaurants, a supermarket, and hospital are a short walk (5 to 10 minutes) away.