We stayed there one night, as it was one of the cheapest in a town of expensive lodging. Formerly, a Days Inn, it's former glory had long faded. The carpets are a bit worn, the furniture a bit old, the paint on the walls a bit faded.
Breakfast could have been better, the water pressure in the shower could have been stronger. But all in all, this place was fair, as in okay, as in if you are on a tight budget, this will do just fine. The restaurant next door, an Indian eatery, was outstanding.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking