The decor was charming. The climate control worked well (we were here in January), though we had to switch out a broken remote for a working one in order to use it. I didn't turn on the TV. The restaurant was nice, prices a little lower than a comparable restaurant in the US, but much higher than local places. My husband doesn't speak Spanish, but it was no problem at the hotel. They were very family friendly. They were also very accommodating when it came to the special needs of a person recovering from oral surgery. Every meal at the restaurant had a special "soft foods" menu.
The parking lot is very secure. It has a big iron gate, closed at night, and the whole compound is surrounded by a high wall topped with electrified wire to prevent anyone climbing over. I felt very safe all over Los Algodones, but it was still nice to know my vehicle was so well protected. I left a fairly expensive camera in it the whole time, and phone chargers, forgot to lock the door twice, yet no one ever touched it. It's a whole different kind of border town, nothing like the party atmosphere of Puerto Peñasco (Rocky Point).
The mattresses were very firm, but we liked them. We brought our own pillows, since others had complained about them. The pillows provided had some sort of waterproof allergy protection covers on them, which probably made them more sanitary, but also less comfortable. The shuttle to Sani Dental Group was very convenient. Sure, you can walk there, but who wants to walk right after oral surgery? Sani will also cover a night of your stay if you spend $1000 on dental treatment, so definitely stay here if you're getting work done with Sani.