The hotel wasn't bad, and it was a last minute stay while I was already on the go, so I didn't do too much investigating before booking (my mistake!), but it seemed overpriced for what it was. I guess it's because of the area, but I still felt duped when I got there. Seemed like a scene-y crowd eating in the oddly designed courtyard on the same ground floor and sort of open space as 'the lobby' - a counter offering what seemed like Lays bbq chips and water in paper cups, and whose system was down when I arrived so I couldn't check in. I expected a nicer pool which ended up just being off to the corner in that same courtyard, completely in the shadows, no sun, and taken over by a kid splashing around in floaties. I couldn't open the curtain in my dark room because it (and all the rooms in that building) gave to the hallway and everyone could potentially see in, which added to the 'remodeled motel' vibes the room already gave - however they forgot to do something about the old and ugly AC unit in there. Bedding and sheets were very meh, I expected better. All not terrible things, but again, definitely did not seem worth the price. Only redeeming factor was complimentary yoga class in the morning, but still not enough to make me ever want to come back. Could be better with some TLC I think - good luck!