We stayed at this Econo Lodge just so we could get some rest on our drive cross-country. Unfortunately, we got very little rest. We arrived late, and had to go to a window to check in. The employee at the window was in his pajamas to greet us (and was in the same attire when we left in the morning).
The hallways and the room of the hotel reeked of cigarette smoke, and were stifling hot and humid. The room was incredible hot and humid as well, and it was apparent the hotel turns off the air conditioning completely when the room isn't in use--which is never a good idea in hot and humid climate.
The room itself was not clean. There were someone's leftovers in our fridge, the carpets felt extremely grimy (almost greasy), and I'm pretty sure they broke some codes regarding how the electrical was managed in the room. The sheets were incredibly scratchy, and pillows were very flat. We barely slept that night, just out of discomfort.
The "breakfast" in the morning consisted of cereal, and prepackaged muffins.
We are fairly low-maintenance people with low expectations, but if you want to get a good night's rest, I highly recommend you seek accommodations elsewhere.More