Pros: Everyone is very helpful and friendly. The premises are clean. The wireless is pretty good. It is less expensive than a hotel or motel. It is near the university, which, if you are a conference-goer or something like that, is a plus.Cons: They turn off the heat starting in June, and I would have liked the option to warm up in the evenings and mornings, especially considering that there are no coffee- or tea-makers in the room. The in-house cafe -- Starbucks -- has very few breakfast items and doesn't open until 8:30am. This, in conjunction with the absence of coffee in the room, is quite inconvenient if you need to start your day early. The dorm room walls are thin, and if there's any noise in the hallway, you can't escape it. My bathroom was meant to be shared with the next room over, but, thankfully, nobody was occupying that room. I would not have stayed here knowing that I might have to share a bathroom.