Average comfort inn in a small town, in need of upgrade, charging grossly inflated prices - $261 for a room with two queen beds, single occupancy.
Check-in was very slow, and the front desk staff didn't wear masks, even though there was a clear sign at the entrance that masks were required.
Paper thin walls - you can hear all conversations in the rooms next to you.
The room was spacious and clean. Amenities included refrigerator and microwave. There was a Keurig coffee maker, full of old water (yuck!), Comfortable bed and pillows.
The bathtub drain was almost completely clogged, and water accumulated immediately. One wonders how housekeeping didn't notice, assuming they cleaned the tub. Good water pressure in the shower. A few other items in the bathroom showed neglect: broken hook on the bathroom door, grout around bathtub detaching, etc.
Breakfast was minimalistic to say the least: not much other than packaged pastries and muffins, and overripe bananas; no milk, yogurt, etc.
Overall a very poor value for the price paid.