The location was perfect for our visit to the Oregon Health and Science University and the price seemed right ($65, given our senior citizen discount). however, our room, number 14, wasn't quite ready for habitation. There was some indication of effort to rehabilitate this aging motel, but not much in room 14. For example, we were afraid to take a shower because apparently there had been a serious leak in the room above and the dark mold still looked wet over the shower head and a piece of tape for a temporary fix hung down ominously. Also, although the toilet and the basin in the bathroom looked brand new, the faucet over the wash basin had not been attached properly so we had to hold it in place to get water. All the caulking in the bathroom looked like it had been done by a ten year old or less and there was no shelf or even
one towel rack--just marks and holes where they once had been. We had to hang the hand towel over the shower rod which was too high for me to reach. As I said before, I don't know about the rest of the rooms, but room 14 needed a lot more fixin'.