If you pass through Perry, Florida there was a small motel at the south extreme end of the city advertising rooms for twenty dollars a day. The Ritz it definitely was not. I never used it. I would not go all that way just to check it out because it looked like one of thiose places that people used as a sort of permanent residence. You should find tne usual chain motels, and others that are privately owned. Many motels seem to be run by people from Asia---India, Bangladesh, etc. If you use these, prepare for the smell of curry when you go into the front office. Usually their kids come out to see the new prospective tenant.
I saw quite a few journals on CGOAB.com with references to motels used in Florida. Sorry, I don't have a lot of first-hand experience with motels in Florida, except to say winter is tourist season, and consequently motel prices tend to rise significantly nduring this period.