Okay for the price, overall disappointing
First of all, the front desk guy when we checked in was great, friendly, and very helpful. When we got to our room, we killed three bugs almost immediately, not surprising for an outward facing hotel, and we did not see any more bugs during our visit. The room itself was disappointing. The floors had barely been vacuumed, the mirrors were dirty, there were hairs in the bathtub, and the room had a mildew-y smell. We did go back to the front desk and mentioned our issues, and to his credit the front desk guy went and freshened things up a bit more while we went to get dinner, even though it was late. The room was improved when we returned, but you could still tell the edges of the room hadn't been vacuumed in a long time and I was hesitant to touch the carpet with my bare skin.
The room itself was an odd combination of updated and run down. The bathtub was very old and stained, while the counter tops looked pretty new. Parts of the ceiling were damaged, but the bed was clean and comfortable. There wasn't an iron, but a decent fridge and microwave. The TV was nice and worked well. Their "breakfast" was scarce and not really worth stopping by unless you want a refill on coffee.
Overall, I would not recommend the hotel and will be hesitant to visit a Red Roof Inn in the future. It was functional, but I'd rather pay a few extra dollars to stay in a room I'm comfortable being in.