Pros:- Price? The location is tricky to find, placing the location, apparently there might be two western inn's, plot the address and not the name. The place seems a bit isolated. A lot of the intersections are odd as hell, and entering the place is tricky as well. No indication of getting out easily if you've never been around the area. These are more con's, but the fault of the actual Western Inn. The actual con's are next however.
Cons:- Roaches - Random holes, assuming for the roaches - Keycard is implemented poorly, it reads the card, but you need to quickly respond. This wouldn't be a problem except the door feels bigger than where it's placed, so you have to shoulder bash your way in the room - The sink had no cold water, you get burned trying to wash your hands. You have to use the bathtub to clean your hands without hurting yourself. - Bathroom had roaches - Bed looked like hell, burn marks on the bed - Some lights didn't work - Phone was attached to the wall, didn't expect it to work. The phone had missing buttons however and it looked like a good spot for roaches to go in and out of - Other places charge a little bit more and have an actual fridge and microwave to make the stay more comfortable with LCD tv's bolted down - Air Conditioner is a window style air conditioner. Not a con until you see it, depending if you get lucky with your room. No vents on it and you can see inside of it. It looks like roaches can live in there - The area is VERY shady and feels dangerous - Roaches If you're in a bad situation and need a place to stay temporarily, I'd recommend the DM Motel near Craycroft and 29th, at least it looks and feels decent for the price with access to a gas station and a mcdonalds on golf links and craycroft, and access to a walmart as well up on 22nd and craycroft. LCD tv, fridge, and microwave. Makes a more comfortable stay, and easy bus routes. You'll always run into the random person that want's change for the bus or cigarettes. Worst thing about that place is honestly getting your car in there, it's just an absolute nightmare because of how tight everything is.