Inexpensive but not worth it.
Posted Nov 1, 2016 on Hotels
I knew when I booked it was an older hotel, but it's also a Ramada. I was surprised at how run-down it was. The rear entrance lock is broken so the door just swings freely. My room door needed to be forced open because it rubbed on the door frame. Two different areas of the carpet had been replaced with completely different carpet and there were dried pieces of food, it looked like banana, under the edge of the bed. The sink porcelain was cracked at the bottom and had a foul smell. The usual infrared warming light had been replaced with a dim florescent twisty, so no heat in the bathroom. The room heater/air conditioner wasn't thermostat controlled and could only be set to warm or cold. I needed to constantly switch back and forth to keep the room comfortable. The small microwave and refrigerator were actually sitting on the floor so you had to get on your knees to use the fridge and they had pressed into the carpet so the door didn't open without tilting it. Lastly, there are no electrical receptacles for charging anything. The choice was to unplug the lights, TV, fridge or microwave. I used the plug-in in the bathroom to charge when I was gone but every time I returned it was unplugged and sitting on the counter. I only interacted with the staff at check-in and check-in check-out and both were perfectly polite. I also never tried the free breakfast. The room price was very inexpensive but I'll pay more at a different hotel next visit.