Upon first glance, the rooms look nice. Unfortunately, it doesn't go much beyond that. The walls are so thin we could hear our neighbor snoring all night, we could hear when the people upstairs went pee, and when the people upstairs got in to a screaming match at 630am (door slamming and stomping included). Our room was right under the stairs as well, so we had the added benefit of hearing everyone coming and going. The bed and pillows were not at all comfortable, and the air conditioning and fan did not work properly so we were super uncomfortable all night. There are no curtains, only plastic shutters, so as soon as the sun comes up, it is a light as broad daylight in the room. I think we slept a total of 4 hours. It seems like they turned an old motel into a "chic" spot by painting and redoing the counter tops. Good thing we only stayed one night. For other info- for those that are wheelchair bound, every room (as far as I could tell) on the ground floor, had about a 2 inch lip in the doorway. I am not in a wheelchair, nor do I have limitations to my movement, and I tripped over it every time I entered the room.