I decided to spend my final night of my Northern California trip here, as I was flying out of SMF the following day. At first glance, it looks OK. But then you check in and find out that you don't need a key card to access the hotel at night, because the key card entrances are all broken. Then you go to park the car and see some seedy-looking individuals hanging out by one of those unsecured doors.
Then you get to your room and at night it looks OK. It looked clean and even the shelf where the TV was kept was dusted. It's small and it appears this hotel was originally built as a Microtel Inn, another Wyndham-owned chain. It's OK for one person, or two very intimate people. There are lots of outlets for your various electronic devices. But then you wake up the next morning and realize that whoever painted the room did a horribly sloppy job. Hint: if you're going to paint an accent wall red, you can't just use one coat of paint. Overall, the room looked quite shabby in daylight.
Because of its proximity and orientation to very busy I-80, I don't think you'll find a "quiet" room.
One benefit: the Black Bear restaurant next door is excellent.