Stayed at a Quality Inn in Ripley for $5 more--twice the room quality. This double room had one bed removed (to achieve "handicapped access"), leaving half the room bare of ANYTHING, even a chair. The remaining bed was 6 inches from the noisy heater--unpleasant, dangerous, and hardly ADA code.
For the past three years, my sister and I have driven my elderly parents to Florida, and we have stopped at this hotel for one night each time on our way. We always get an adjoining room to our parents and always are on the 1st floor even though there is an elevator. We were glad to see a wall was removed in the breakfast area, opening it up a bit. Breakfast is the typical juice, coffee, cereal, toast and muffins. However was glad there also were apples, oranges and a variety of fruit yogurt. In the rooms there was new carpet, new curtains in the windows (which also has a nice cushioned window seat), and new bedding on comfortable beds which add to the great stay for the price you pay. We don't use the pool, however there was a sign on the door informing people it is not a heated pool. The staff were very pleasant and we would definitely stay at this hotel again!