You get just what you’d expect—a generic, but largish, studio with a tiny kitchen, geared for travelers in town for longer stays. But the rooms are clean (the hotel is 100% non-smoking), well-equipped, and convenient, and the prices are some of the lowest in the downtown area (per day rates get lower the more days you book). You won’t get much in the way of amenities, other than a grab-and-go breakfast bar and a laundry room, and daily maid service costs extra. But then again, you’re not paying for amenities you don’t use, so it may be a worthwhile trade-off.