Not having stayed in Phoenix previously, we searched blindly online for a nice hotel, not overly fancy and without extra nickle-n-dime fees. we were booked elsewhere and a personal friend suggested The Drury -Phoenix. So we changed our reservations. First impressions, on site parking fills fast. Stalls fit cars easily, our Tundra couldn’t fit length or width of stalls so we parked on far end with other trucks that need larger spaces. This hotel is surrounded by industrial businesses and no food, gas, minimart services within miles. Inside, the ground floor is esthetically nice but facility shows its age and years of wear with dark colors and worn carpeting. The evening hors-d’oeuvres was a pleasant surprise. Soup, salad-which needs more toppings than tomatoes and croutons, nachos, hot dogs seem to be daily. Lil something for all ages. Each day is different for food offerings in AM and evening. Staff were all exceptionally pleasant but IMHO staff at front desk should be without face metal and bright neon hair colors, Its a turn off. The room was spacious for a single bed king. The bathroom doesn’t have a fan, so shower steam makes for a humid room. The tv size is small for that space while viewing from the bed. The room lacked the usual local information for nearby accommodations such as restaurants, gas and shopping-needed a walmart type store. Additionally room w/out hotel info for checkout time, breakfast and happy hour.Good value for overnight travelers.