Being a Ramada Inn managed by Wyndham I had higher expectations. When we arrived, parking was confusing. The room was very old and cramped for two people. Carpeting and furniture was worn, yet the bed was comfortable. Housekeeping forgot to replace the towels, though they…
It's a historic building so I expected the rooms and bathrooms to be small but here they're made to feel smaller because of all the clumsey add- ons like the window unit air conditioner, big bulky multi-outlets on the desk and bedside tables, and the really heavy floor to…
The “suites” are a one-bedroom closet of nastiness. We stayed three nights and we didn’t even get towels and turn down the 2nd night we stayed. Carpets are nasty and need updating. Overall poor experience, will never return.
Really neat place, was able to go to rooftop and see the entire city. The hotel has lots of charm, and very good staff. The rooms need to be updated, painted, a little more modern feel would be nice. The furnace, Window units, curtains/blinds need to go.
We checked in and out 10 minutes later - the room was too filthy to stay in. - The bathtub was brown and black from the dirt, plus had layers of gunk built up on it and the tile - Furniture, carpet and drapes were all badly stained - Refrigerator was cracked and had rusty…
"Doo run the fan as they suggest, you could also wear the earplugs that they provide (I'm not kidding)."
"High up in back, there are nightclubs all around the hotel."
"As long as you are not next to the elevator its great the elevator is over 100 years old, makes the whole stay awesome"
"Avoid rooms near the elevators and facing 5th street"
"People with disabilities cannot use the elevator without help from someone."