I stay at BW hotels regularly for work. So I'll list the good and the bad.
-Seems as though they are slowly remodeling. Their were workers on the third floor making replacements, and also saw new air conditioners being installed on the first floor.
-Decent rooms. Beds were ok. Microwave. Fridge. Decent television selection. Updated lamps. Bathrooms was clean and free of hair(s).
-Comfortable beds, pillows and sheets.
-Internet worked just fine.
-Elevator creeped me out! It was loud and seemed old, so I used the stairs. I was on the third floor, no big deal!
-Hallways are not welcoming. If you've seen "The Grudge" you will understand what I mean. There is an unpleasant mildew smell along with it as well.
-Old Air conditioning unit. There is also a gross sock, fork, and a few other things hiding behind their old AC unit. There is also hardly any control to regulating temperature. It's probably 10-15 years old.
-No AC in the hallways. You will sweat just getting to your room!
-Staff was not welcoming, The guy at check-in had no personality. I know the hiring process can be difficult, and maybe he has good qualities that I missed out on. But interesting hire.
The location is decent, with it being right off the highway. I didn't get any loud noises at any time of the day. It was suitable for work. Location might be sketchy. Yes, It is located next to K-Mart. But the Grocery Outlet is actually very nice inside. There is a Trader Joes within a close distance, and lots of good food choices within close distance as well. At $80-90 a night, I think you get what you pay for. If you want something a little more upscale, then book that room. With needed upgrades this hotel will get to where it needs to be. less