Family did a short trip to DLR last week and with my eyes wide open I booked us into the ADIaS. I read all the reviews and clicked [book] anyway so don't begin to pity me, that's not what I'm after. The 'Not Bad': To be honest, it wasn't that bad. The primary motivator for this was cost. I was able to get a room with 2 queen beds for $70 a night (plus $11 parking and whatever the taxes added up to). Final bill for 3 nights was well under $300 for a hotel, literally right across the street from the parks entrance. The room was 'clean'. Like, it had been cleaned, but I wouldn't say it was cleaned very deeply. Nobody was sleeping on the floor on this trip. But the bed linens were clean and the bathroom was clean. The tub had a gross removable vinyl floor mat in it that we just left there and no one took a bath. But really it was... not a gross room. The Bad: The beds were hard. I can (and have) slept on anything, and these mattresses are almost as bad as mattresses have ever been for me. Most mattresses have springs and padding under the fabric, I'm convinced these were stuffed with wet plywood. Instead of curtains, the window is covered with a plantation shutter. The shutter works well and is uncharacteristically classy and expensive touch for this place but it doesn't do as well as a curtain at keeping the parking lot light out. Very thin walls with regards to soundproofing. The next room had a Polish family with a tiny baby. I know this because every 2 hours the baby would wake up and a woman would sing it a lullaby. I was able to make out the words well enough to let google translate figure out the language for me. Breakfast was hilarious. The breakfast room was packed solid with people eating the only fresh food offered, hard boiled eggs, by the plateful. Typical breakfast I saw was 5 hard boiled eggs, 2 mini muffins, piece of toast. Picturing the management team meeting where they settled on hard boiled eggs. Conclusion: For the same deal, I might stay here again. Probably not, but who knows. An extra hundred yards of walking to the park wouldn't have been a big deal.