We stayed over a Saturday night. The hotel has a decent appearance, not new, but not too worn either. Rooms were very "American", typical of what you'd see in most budget motels in the States. The beds were a bit on the firm side, but it didn't bother me at all(my wife is a little more picky). There was some noise, but we had our balcony door open all night, and it wasn't enough to keep us up. So fairly quite for the location.
The only weird thing is two people, even couples, have to rent a room with two beds(5 pesos more). And the beds are all queen size. For the location and price though it's a good deal.
Also, they seem to have free internet setup in the hallways, but we didn't use it, so can't confirm.
Front desk and parking attendants were very helpful. I had a migrane and we needed medicine at like 2am, front desk directed us to a pharmacy that was supposed to be open all night(was closed, apparently because there are still not enough tourists to justify long hours), but there was an Oxxo nearby with what we needed. When we got back, our parking was taken, but the attendent said to double park and leave keys at desk. They moved the car in the morning, and we picked up keys at checkout, no problems.
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