From the images on Hotels.com I wasn't expecting a motel, although I probably should have looked a bit more closely. Upon driving up, my 14-year-old daughter and evening's roommate, sensing my concern, quipped, "Mom, it's low-key upscale Schitts Creek." Which seemed a fair and reassuring assessment. Later she followed up unironically with, "Nothing bad happens across the street from a Dominos Pizza." Ah, youth. The skinny: The front desk person was pleasant and efficient. Your door you park directly in front of opened with a key card you wave. There's no interior deadbolt, hook and eye or other security, just the card you wave releasing a small bolt, so I'd give security 1 star. (My daughter brought up No Country For Old Men but I cut her off.) Basic 80's decor, no rug, toilet very cozy with shower enclosed by door, then sink outside the bathroom. Fridge didn't seem to be working but I didn't try very hard. AC we controlled that happily (and loudly) cycled all night. Lightweight slidebolt on lightweight door separating us from neighboring room (again with 1 star security). Only sparkling clean sheets and pillows on satisfactory King-size bed (1 plush blanket on rack by door). No USB charging stations, just regular outlets in base of lamps. Pool in middle of parking lot wasn't open yet and motel sits amidst a strip of strip malls in rural country. In the end, it served us well although pricey for the lack of amenities (at >$150). Adjust expectations and you'll like it fine.