The only thing not going for this motel is it's location which is slightly seedy and attracts truck drivers to the property. And possibly that it's smoky...just like all casinos. But it was manageable for me as a solo female. But if you are someone who has stayed at a motel before in any other city, this room is quite fine. The bed and pillows are super comfy. One of the most comfortable beds I have encountered in my many travels. The typical features of the room--TV, phone, iron, chairs, tables--are all in good shape. The room also comes with a fridge and coffeemaker. The housekeeping keeps it clean. On most websites, the room is usually $22-24/night on weekdays and $35-40/night on weekend nights, which saves you a pretty penny. It's walking distance to Excalibur if you don't mind wide streets to cross or the local bus is literally across the street by a gas station, Wendy's, Mcdonalds and Burger King. It is also literally across the street from In-and-out burger. The resort fee here is $6/night and it actually has value. It comes with a free big deluxe breakfast every morning at the on-site Denny's (which is open 24 hours) during the hours of 6am and 9am. You will have access to wifi. I enjoy the little casino here. 50cent roulette and $5 BJ with loose rules. I love the pair square side bet on the BJ table. The slots are fair. It's like staying in any other town on the cheap except now you have a 24-hr chain restaurant and playable casino attached. I have a lot of fun here and the staff are very friendly from registration to dealers to waitresses. This property gets good reviews. It also has a little convenience store on the property in addition to a laundry area, pool and jacuzzi. I see regular people here, friends and family. Very down-to-earth place.