You get what you pay for. NOT for single travel.
I arrived just after 11 p.m. after making reservations. I had to wait at the desk for a few minutes although I was the only customer checking in. I was given my room key. Was told I had to park further from my room due to construction. The halls were NOT well lit (not good for a woman walking alone at night). May of the rooms had people smoking, drinking, partying and who knows what else. There were two men standing in the hall, I assumed they worked there. One knew the place well. He told me the area where my room was is the worse place to be because many of the patrons in that area party all night long. I got to my room after walking a long way to get there, with all my bags, in the dark only to find the man was absolutely right. I called the front desk and demanded to be moved. The woman at the desk told me to return to the office to obtain a new room, she claimed she did not know of the loud neighbors. (The random patron knew) I told her I would not walk back through the dark hallways, alone, not knowing where I am going, carrying a ton of bags, with obvious "questionable" patrons everywhere. There were "crackhead-like" people walking around the parking lot. The facility was torn to hell. A maintenance worker brought my key. He escorted me to my new room. It was his first day on the job. When I got to my room it was dingy, there was poop splatter on the toilet and the carpets were very dirty. Had I not needed sleep, I would have walked out. The beds were very comfortable.