I had a comfortable bed to sleep in and the room was reasonably clean. It smelled of stale smoke, as did the common hallways, and there are residents there who aren't particularly considerate of your peaceful enjoyment while they hold full-length discussions in the hallways at 12:00am.
The finishings of the hotel aren't fantastic. Right as you enter the hotel, you'll find the pavement under the overhang completely chewed up. The lobby is decent, but then the common hallways feel dim and dingy. Part of that is thanks to the carpet pattern choice. I actually thought it was worn out, but, upon closer inspection, I realized the worn-out-looking pattern repeated.
The hallways were partially blocked with dirty linen carts both days I stayed there. Not something I really want to see or have to move over for when I'm making my way to my suite.
The vending machines a couple doors down made a constant buzzing sound and there were some inconsiderate guests in the suite above me who insisted on walking like elephants, not that Sandman Inn can be held responsible for the ignorance of their guests.
Even though every staff member I encountered was pleasant, the other issues make me lean toward not staying there again. I might if there was nothing else available in the area, but it would be out of sheer necessity that I do so.