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Ramada Plaza Fort Walton Beach Resort/Destin - Fort Walton Beach Hotels
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Ramada Plaza Fort Walton Beach Resort/Destin

1500 Miracle Strip Pkwy Se, Fort Walton Beach 32548 - Map
 
 
"Average"
Overall, I would stay again in the off-season for the value ($90/night). The hotel is a bit run down but fairly clean. Room was clean on arrival. Desk clerk and manager were great! Housekeeping left alot to be desired but we're clean people so it wasn't a big deal. Rooms and balcony are small but it was fine for a quick and cheap getaway. I would not pay much more to stay here though. Heated pool was great. Grounds are pretty.
A Traveller
Located next door to The Boardwalk , the Florida Gulfarium, and the Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier, the Ramada Plaza Beach …More

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