Had a 1 night stay on a Friday night, and just wanted a cheap , clean place to sleep for the night. The pluses - the room was cheap for Tahoe on a Friday night, it was clean, and did have a good enough bed, tv, and shower, and heat( more on that later).
The minuses - at check in , you’re expected to fill out a check-in form that looks more like a police booking form - sorry, I’ve already paid for the room and given you my ID & a credit card at check in, you don’t need my DL #, my shoe size, and my cat’s name. Also, there’s a little sign that says they put a $100 security hold on your credit card - huh ?? Everything in the room together probably isn’t worth $100 total. My two biggest issues with the room were (1) there is no thermostat, so the heater is always on - and by midnight, I had to open the bathroom window to try & cool the room down below “Sahara in July” (2) the room is very small, but does have a tv, a cable box, a microwave, and a small fridge - but they’re all plugged into the same power strip in the only accessible electric outlet in the whole room - so it looks like something you probably had rigged up at your very first apartment, which was also your first very big fire hazard. I had to plug my cell phone in at the bathroom outlet ; there was one more outlet just outside the bathroom, but it was so worn out it wouldn’t hold a plug.
So , bottom line is I got what I paid for, but next time I’ll pay $15 more and stay at the Days Inn next door, which is a much better alternative.