2.96km from Sulav International MarketThis is the Choice hotels entry into the booming extended stay segment of the accommodations industry. It is also run like a discount airline - they provide a roof over your head but everything else you have to pay extra. Cases in point: They provide a kitchenette with refrigerator, but without pots and pans or utensils. They have plentiful open kitchen cabinets, but no plates or bowls, cups or saucers or flatware. They have a spacious counter space but no coffeemaker. (Coffee is available in the lobby from a hospital style coffee machine) They have no ice machine in the entire hotel. No darkening room shades; no bedding to speak of, just a light blanket. Our room was ADA complliant - yes it had a roll or walkin shower and safety rails but no shampoo, just one bar of soap. One towel and washcloth each. All of the amenities one usually finds in an extended stay facility are available at extra cost. The free wi-fi, for example, allows for one device at a time unless you pay an additional fee. The buiilding was relatively new, built in the latest matchbox twig construction to allow fast completion but lacks any sound insulation to speak of. They select locations adjacent to interstate highways for convenience but also results in a generally unsatisfactory noise level. Staff was pleasant enough but unable to help. Just pray that they don't discover the concept of shared bathrooms like the old boarding houses of the 19th century. So, if you carry your own kitchen appliances, cooking pots and utensils, a white noise generator to mask out traffic and internal noiise, extra towels and blankets, soap and shampoo whenever you travel, look elsewhere. There's nothing to complain about because it is all part of the business model. This is what they intend so they're jut delivering what they deliver. It's just not much.