Prety much what you would expect from a budget motel.... Area is not great, motel is very old school, rules that include NO guest in your room without approval (even for a visit)..... but the room is clean, and the area is quiet... no complaints for what I needed and paid for.
Recent overnight while passing through to go to the fair. I was pleasantly surprised by this motel - our room seems to have been recently updated, it was clean (to include the carpet), the decor matched, the shower was great, and the owner was friendly. He was in the parking lot the next morning say good bye and have a nice day to folks as they rolled-out.
Our room had a mini fridge, microwave, coffee pot, and tv. I was very happy with the bed ... clean, comfy ... unlike a lot of economy motels/hotels I stay at for work.
Only complaint was the price, but I assume the fair had something to do with that. Regardless, I see it as money well spent as we were an easy walk to the fair with comfy accommodation.
This is a classic '50s roadside motel... small room & bath, no bells or whistles... But owners have done wonderful job of upgrading, new tile in bathroom (floor and tub), fresh paint, nice furniture and comfortable bed. Very fine choice for reasonable stay in increasingly expensive town.
We choosed this hotell because of good tripadvisor rating. We were very disappointed. Old and worn rooms. Wifi VERY slow. Wash on bathroom cracked. This room was too expensive for this standard. Not recommended.
Stayed 2 nights. Yes, it's a cheap motel -- certainly not much to look at from the outside, plain beige stucco with row of doors. The check-in was pretty underwhelming and the owners live in the space right next to the office. Laundry machines outside.
But inside the room we were very pleasantly surprised, it was clean and fresh, and had a refrigerator (NOT a locked mini bar, which we hate) and microwave. NICE SHOWER, which is also hard to find outside your own home. The Smart & Final grocery/everything store is right across the street so we could stock up on room snacks and keep them in the fridge. Not much sitting space inside the room, just 1 chair and small table.
While packing out on check-out day we chatted with the owner who is enjoying running his little hotel business, cleans the rooms personally, and recently did an upgrade to all the rooms including tile work in the bathrooms. He was friendly and we felt very welcome.
But you're in Paso for the wineries so we weren't spending tons of time in the room. We would stay there again.