Here’s Max Booth III’s Isaac, the main character in the book The Nightly Disease, to tell us.
“This is my take on it. Hotels are the kind of places you don’t mind bringing your family to—you can expect good service, a nice breakfast. Motels, on the other hand, are where people take cheap dates for quick fucks. The walls are stained with nicotine and moans, the sheets are photographs of past orgasms and homicides and the floors are infested with bugs you never even knew existed.”
As the above quote indicates, this book is wild and silly and disgusting and great and you should buy it.