Good things about the hotel: recently remodeled (in 2011), very clean (spotless actually), friendly/helpful manager, very short walk to downtown shopping and businesses, the wifi worked well, free coffee/tea in the morning, very good value (you can pay ten times as much at the Hilton one block north). It is not a luxury hotel by any stretch of the imagination, but remember that you are not paying luxury prices. The rooms are small with basic furniture, but everything is clean.
Negatives about the hotel (I consider these minor quibbles in light of the affordable price): the 24-hour desk is not really staffed around the clock, but you can always call to wake someone up; the room key cards do not open the front door, so if you need to get in late night or early morning when the front desk is often not staffed, you have to have your cell phone to call in case you have to wake someone up to buzz you in; lots of homeless wandering the streets near the hotel; local stores (and parks!) All have bars on the entrances when closed (not visually appealing) to keep the homeless moving along. Remember, for the price, these are minor quibbles. After all, a Hilton is in the same neighborhood, just one block north.
It was ok/