The hotel is close to I-95, on a sidestreet that has no traffic light where it encounters the major road. Access during rush hour is difficult. The hotel itself has no provision for on-site dining (breakfast is to-go only pending pandemic resolution), an inconvenience for weary travelers though several inexpensive restaurants are within walking distance.
Billing angered me. The morning of my arrival, I was called and asked for my credit-card number after reserving online (seemed suspicious due to identity-theft issues). Soon convinced that the request was genuine (the receptionist whom I reached should have but did not have my reservation number, which I insisted on before providing the credit-card information), I did provide that number and was temporarily charged (hold/pending) for one night. So far, so good; but I discovered after my arrival a hold/pending for two additional nights plus $100 damage deposit. That means I had lost three days plus $100 of credit available though I was to stay only two nights. This wasn't a hardship for me, but for travelers who manage their money closely it could be catastrophic.
The baseboard in the room was rubber and had conspicuously started to peel away from the wall. The toilet flapper did not flap down properly consistently, so running water from the tank occurred from time to time.
Breakfast was marred by a lobby coffee machine that had run out of coffee twice during official breakfast hours during my stay of only two days.
Advantages are that the bed was unusually comfortable and the staff, though inept regarding coffee and billing, was totally courteous and respectful. Temperature control worked well, too. less