The overall appearance of my room at the Inn was nice, until you actually looked at it. The carpet in the hallway to the room was old and like walking on a waterbed. The repair work in the bathroom was shoddy. Most of the seams of the peel and stick carpet squares in the room were bare and exposed and some were starting to rise up. The toilet would not refill after flushing until you picked up the lid and jiggled the inside mechanism. The bathroom faucet was too close to the edge of the sink and every time you washed your hands water went everywhere. The bed was hard and uncomfortable. I might as well have slept on the floor. The television and remote were not programmed properly and there was no guide for the stations. If you wanted to watch something you had to go through each individual channel, waiting 3 seconds for each to get a picture on before moving on. Extremely annoying! The clock by the bed was 2 hours and 45 minutes off with no way of resetting it. You could set an alarm, but not the time. Worthless! Overall, I would characterize the room as lipstick on a pig. The hotel did the cheapest things it could do to make it look nice at a glance, but underneath it might as well have been a hook-up room paid for by the hour. For over $200 a night, it was a waste of my money. I will never stay there again.