Stayed here as part of an organised trip in January 2012 for one night.
The hotel floors are split level and on check-in, I was given a room on the ground floor (first floor if you're American). It had two double beds - the decor and furniture in the room are a bit dated but everything worked and was in a good condition - there was a wardrobe, table and chairs, large (non-flat screen) tv and the beds were okay. The bathroom's on the small side but functional enough, with a shower over the bath which had enough pressure and hot water.
The lobby had enough table and chairs for breakfast, with vending machines too. Breakfast the usual Super 8 standard: bagels, Danish pastries, toast, cereal, oatmeal, scrambled egg and burgers, plus juices and tea and coffee. We headed up to a Mexican restaurant near the Wendy's (just across the street) for dinner which was good. The hotel WiFi was pretty quick and had good signal throughout.
Overall, this is a good place to stay, it's just a bit dated and could do with updating, even by Super 8 standards, but everything worked and I'd recommend it for a short stay if you can get a good price.More