The hotel was "Okay," but not for the cost. At $170/night, one would expect to stay at a hotel that had a hot breakfast (not a breakfast that was supposed to be hot but was actually cooler than room temp).
It looked as if the lobby had begun to be remodeled, but never finished (spackle all over the walls that looked like it had been put there quite a while ago and never finished.
Room was okay, but very cramped. Certainly not spacious as the pictures on the website make it look.
Finally, the beds were full-size, NOT QUEEN, in all of my groups rooms. This made it fairly difficult, as we had 4 people to a room, who came planning to share a queen bed with someone, and ended up having to share a full-size bed instead. We ended up having to go to Walmart to get a couple of sleeping bags, as the older students were too big to share the smaller beds together.
Parking for a large vehicle was difficult, as the majority of the parking was undercover with a very low clearance. We ended having to park next door.
Positive: The staff was extremely friendly, which helped. Housekeeping was very nice, and the room heaters worked well.
It wasn't an overall bad stay, but more like a $100/night hotel rather than the $170 that we had to pay.