The range of my hotel experience is from the Marco Polo, Best Western, and the Holiday Inn to Sofitel. I do believe you get what you pay for. But, I would not recommend this one. On a cross street to this hotel, go find yourself the newer hotels. It may even cost $20 per night if you stay long.
At check in, I walked pass other rooms that emminated the smell of cigarette smoking. Then, my room checked out okay. When I came back, however, it smelled of backed up sewer. It was like that for the new few days. I would have to turn the air conditioner on high for at least 10 minutes to get rid of the smell and BTW, the electricity only works if your key is in the hook in the room.
At night, when the front desk people leaves, the night shift takes over and they smoke like crazy. It is fine if you intend on speeding pass them and up to your room. If you need to use the internet, the computers are located in this lobby area. Also, because the bathroom window does not have a bug screen, you may find mosquitos or moths flying into the room. If you turn your air conditioner to high, they may not come in. However, if you are not used to loud and noisey air conditioners, it's going to be a long night.
And if you intend on having friends join you later, you better book it for 2 people to take advantage of free breakfast and massage coupons. Otherwise, there will be no changing it later. Don't even ask for favors, the front desk is not hospitable.
BTW, if you used ratestogo.com, and you check out early, they will not reimburse you the deposit money and you may even be lucky if they don't charge you in full, according to the front desk person.