Ratings based on 755 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.3 out of 5
65% of guests recommend
3.5 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller from Boise, Idaho

Well located.

Posted 24-Sep-2016
Pros: Free ride to the airport, and on time. The pool. Confortable bed and good temperature in room all all times.
Cons: We would have liked a small fridg and microwave oven as we were staying for a few days. The hotel needs to be remodeled in a way.
Location: Ecellent pizza place just nearby
Not in central of town by easy access yo different parts of town.
1out of 5
by A verified traveller from d


Posted 21-Sep-2016
Disgusting. Blood on towels, flies in the room and hair on towels and on the sink. Wouldn't recommend this place to anyone.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 20-Sep-2016
House keeping woke us up 8:45 for no reason. When we first got there we went to the room they had for us, we walked in and it was still dirty. They then upgraded our room which I thought was very nice! Only thing I was really disappointed in is the hotel looked much nicer online than it did it person.
2out of 5
by A verified traveller

Updates needed

Posted 20-Sep-2016
The hotel is in a great area with shopping, restaurants and movies but the needs updating. The bathroom tub needs rechullking.
2out of 5
by A verified traveller from Washington

"Cheap is as cheap does"

Posted 13-Sep-2016
Was drawn in by a really cheap rate and thought "it's a Ramada, it has to be decent right?" Wrong. Was kept up half the night by noise from kids roaming the halls (hotel features a pool with water slide) and drunks in the parking lot. Paint was pealing from the bathroom ceiling and the fan didn't seem to have an off switch. Towels were stained and there was a blood stain on the comforter. The bed had funny, lumpy little square pillows (maybe they once were throw pillows) instead of normal ones. Yuck. Only reason I rated this as a 2 and not a 1 was I didn't spot a cockroach or bedbug.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller

No towels

Posted 10-Sep-2016
Had to ask two different times for towels. Had some but not all types. One night no wash clothes or hand towels. Other night only one bath towel. Staff corrected and I had towels.
1out of 5
by A verified traveller from Minneapolis, MN

Wouldn't not stay again

Posted 02-Sep-2016
Pros: location
Cons: everything
The only redeeming quality of this hotel was the location. Walking into the lobby you would it would be a good hotel. However, you make your way to the elevators and it goes downhill from there. Tacky painting and chips on the walls. The exposed pipework throughout our the floors made it feel like we were stuck in the 70's, along with the decor (lack of) made the room entrance feel very unwelcoming. Inside the room we were greeted with 2 full size beds, when we were told we would have queens. Asking the front desk about this I was told that was all they had. When asked to move rooms to one that could accommodate 3 people, I was told there was nothing. When I asked if we could get a roll away, I was told due to fire codes the room couldn't have one. I asked if we could move to a King room that had a pull out - there wasn't any and we couldn't put a roll away in a king due to the fire codes. Which should give you an idea of how tight the space is in these rooms. There was sticky substance on the side table and the desk. The bathroom was absurd. The light fixture was falling out, the soap holder in the shower was broken, there was no shampoo or body soap, there was no fan, and there was no light in the shower/tub itself so it was really poorly lit. I spend an extra $10 and go somewhere that you will be comfortable. I thought Ramada's were supposed to be a nice hotel - not this one at least.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 29-Aug-2016
No hicieron limpieza en nuestro cuarto Una noche, la encontramos tal como la dejamos. Nuestro cuarto estaba cerca de donde ponen la ropa sucia y siempre estaban las toallas en el suelo sucias. No reemplazaban Los vasos Sucios. Las maquinas de el gimnasio solo Una estaba buena
2out of 5
by A verified traveller from Detroit, MI

One step above a Motel 6

Posted 23-Aug-2016
When you first walk in the lobby you have high hopes, but then you get on the ancient elevator and you start to wonder if you should have paid the extra money for the Holiday Inn. The 3rd floor smells musty and the water pipes for the sprinkler system are hanging low and trashy. You enter your room near a broken elevator and the light flickers on. After adjusting to the musty smell and stink of broken dreams, you check out your rolling bed and realize that camping might not be so bad. At least you wouldn't have urine stains on your sheets. As you go to use the bathroom, you slip off the plastic toilet cover because it's not secure. You are relieved to find that at least they have a flat screen TV and you decide to check out the pool. The pool is deceiving, since it's called castaway bay. However, you see a water slide that sometimes works, but you question whether to slide down intro urine water or not. You decide not to and head to the "gym." The fitness center might as well be called a sauna, because the air conditioner died a long time ago, along with the hopes and dreams of a decent hotel. You think that you have survived hot yoga, so you decide to try it out. Unfortunately, you discover that every machine is rusted and broken, so you decide to go out for the evening. As the weekend goes on little things about the hotel annoy you. Things like having to get your own blanket or your room not being cleaned and you think to yourself, "I wish I paid a little more."
3out of 5
by A verified traveller from W


Posted 18-Aug-2016
The experience with all staff members aside from Housekeeping was less than desireable. Don't expect much help at front desk, expect less if you opt to purchase breakfast. The rooms are clean, most contact with hotel staff is with a very professional housekeeping staff. The building is old, retrofitted to meet basic fire/electrical standards. The location is perfect.