I had made reservations there, but when I arrived I had second thoughts. There are vacant buildings around the motel and some of the guests checking in gave me pause. The clerk assured me the area was safe and quiet. About 4 hours after check in the police dept. sent 5 of their cars with bright red and blue lights to the parking lot. Since the clerk said they never have trouble there I assumed the cops were just hanging out with their guns drawn.
I spent much of the night listening to someone bounce something that sounded like a bowling ball on the floor above me. At 4:30 AM some landscaper- looking- people found it necessary to overhaul their antique truck's engine right outside my door.
The next day there was an Asian clerk who I could not communicate with. Probably a good thing for him.
Other than that one overnight night stay, I only used the place for the shower and slept on a waiting room couch at the hospital my husband had been admitted to. It was quiet there.
The positive: the room was clean. I could tell because there was hardly any furniture, or a closet. It was cheap, but not cheap enough considering I couldn't sleep there.