This hotel was perfectly serviceable for a night's rest, but there were several little things wrong. First, the toilet seat was completely loose and couldn't be tightened as the plastic bolt was broken on one side. Doesn't the housekeeping staff notice this when they're cleaning the bathroom? Come on, people!
Second, I hate it when I go to turn on a light in the room and it doesn't work. Is the bulb burned out? Is the cord unplugged? Regardless, I should not have to be hunting around in the dark trying to find the end of the cord, which might be buried behind the TV credenza or one of the beds. Again, housekeeping has fallen down here. Before you leave the room after making it up, make sure all the lights work! Two separate lamps in our room did not work and were found to be unplugged.
Third, the exterior appearance was so-so. Doors had paint peeling or big scrapes on them. Trash was outside some of the rooms. Not a very appetizing appearance. I saw many contractor trucks, so it seemed that most of the hotel's guests were not vacation travelers like us but construction workers or whatever. Still, let's get the place cleaned up and not looking like a hotel for the down-and-out among us.
Given that this is a Ramada Inn, a name with a long history of good quality roadside lodging, I expected a minimum level of quality. I felt that this hotel fell short of that minimum.
On the plus side, the bed was comfortable, the hot water was fine, the front desk staff was friendly and fast, and the room was quiet for our night's sleep. Having the free breakfast in the adjacent restaurant and having it be a real breakfast was a definite plus, too. So my overall rating is 3 stars. I would probably not rule this place out were I to be staying in the area again, but with a little care and attention to detail, this could be a much more attractive place to stay.