geez, where to start? I have to stay in hotels and motels for work all the time. I don't mind cheaper ones, or dated places, so long as it is clean. The room smelled stale and musky. I needed allergy meds so as to breathe. The countertops had not been wiped down, while the floor was swept it had not been mopped. The towels were probably clean, but a few of them are stained beige. There was no evidence of bed bugs, which is good, but there were tiny moths and ants and while I hadn't seen the spider every couple days I had found spider webs magically appearing. The cotton sheet on the bed, while clean also had patches sewn on them where there must have been holes from something at some point. The water pressure was amazing. Too good in fact. It was impossible to keep the shower curtain in place and there was water all over the floor every single time, it was completely unavoidable. I only stayed here because of convenience. There were stains in the ceiling tile and on the bathroom wall tiles. The wifi only worked 2/5 days. The one thing that was nice however is that it's right on the St. Lawrence and there's a decent little bench there which is perfect for getting out of this hotel room which is definitely not a place I'm going to ever stay at again. Cheap though!