We took a motel room here for five nights to be near family who live in the area. At $100 a night for a double room, one wouldn't expect the Ritz, and staying here was a mixed experience. Let's begin with the positives! The room is very large and well proportioned. It contains a comfortable Queen bed and a single bed, bedside tables, dining table and chairs, small desk, and wardrobe (with useful, ordinary hangers!). There is a small modern fridge, kettle and toaster, and a large flat screen TV. Ample supplies of tea and coffee provisions. The ensuite is bright with a big mirror, smart tiled floor, modern vanity and toilet, and a bracing hot shower. The main room has a pleasant outlook onto a grassed area with a cedar tree. The room is very quiet and has an effective and silent air conditioning unit. The unit is serviced each day with clean towels and supplies. The hotel is right next door to the excellent Riverton Stocklands shopping centre. There is a swimming pool and bar facilities, but we didn't avail ourselves of these. Unfortunately there are also many negatives. There is no phone, no clock, just one bedside light, only one extra pillow (off the single bed) until we ask for another, no milk for the coffee (until we ask), no tea towel, and no TV remote (until we ask)! The modern vanity is stained - although an application of soap and thumbnail shows that this could be easily corrected. The impression of a smart en suite is destroyed by the state of the shower cubicle: the original yellowish tiles have been painted over, and now the top coat is peeling off. On arrival the approach to the unit was through masses of fallen leaves, scrap paper, and discarded drink cans.
Apart from the shower unit, which really needs retiling, one feels that some small expenditure together with more effort in presentation could have made this a much more pleasurable stay.