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Ramada Augusta Downtown Hotel & Conference Center in Augusta, GA

Ramada Augusta Downtown Hotel & Conference Center in Augusta, GA


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Company Info:

Rating: 1.75

Address: 640 Broad St., Augusta, GA, 30901

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    Comments (8):

    1. John M.
    Do not stay here. Just dirty, no a/c and just horrible!

    17/07/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Kyle C.
    Room a/c worked fine. But place is old and drab. It needs updated badly.
    Restaurant claims to be open for service. But the two days I stayed they were closed. (sat-sun) closest restaurant with in walking distance is The Cotton Patch and it's 3 blocks. I would not stay here again.

    10/12/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    3. Gordo M.
    Am writing this at 3AM because I am awaken by the drum beat from the lounge inside the hotel on a Friday night. I realize now I made a bad mistake.  Last night there were only 5 cars in the parking lot.  This place is empty like a tomb for good reason!

    04/05/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. s s.
    We were looking for an inexpensive room during Masters week, and we took a chance on the Ramada despite the reviews below.  Was it a grand palace? No, but it was a clean place to lay your head.  The rooms and hotel are dated, but the staff were kind and willing to help with anything you needed.  I would stay there again if he situation presented itself.

    09/04/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    5. Brittany M.
    No joke, this hotel reminds me of The Haunted Mansion ride from Disney. The lobby is dark, creepy, old and even smells old. The TVs in the waiting room were from the 90's and I promise you they even play that creepy elevator music! Our room was on the third floor and I believe we were the only people on that floor. Actually, I'm pretty sure we were the only people checked into the entire hotel.  As the old elevator doors opened and i was forced to walk down the hall, I was literally afraid to look straight ahead incase i happened to spot two little girls in 80's dresses staring back at me.
    Now to the room...
    The bed was hard and the bathroom was dirty. But what got me the most was the coffee maker on the toilet tank. Yes. You heard right. Toilet tank. Because I just love brewing a cup of coffee while I'm taking my morning pee?!
    They advertise a restaurant on the rooftop but it wasn't even open. I couldn't blame them though, there were no guests!
    I'm not really a fan of this hotel, I honestly expected better, but hey! At least we had a place to crash!

    07/09/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    6. Captain T.
    As soon as u walk into the lobby the smell of the 80s hits you.  Rooms are ok but railroad run behinds you and be prepared to have some wake up calls from the trains.  I am an airline pilot and stay at many hotels and can tell u this is one ranks near the bottom of my list.  Had no choice to stay since company booked us here but I wouldn't pay out of pocket.  This place desperately needs renovation.  Didn't even try the restaurant.

    19/02/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    7. Nathan H.
    This hotel should be called the Rail Yard Ramada. The trains wake you up, with their horns at 2am, 4am and 6am.  They were just changing the carpets out when we were there so the whole hotel smelled of carpet glue, which I am sure is not good to inhale. This hotel has not been updated since the mid seventies. Don't be fooled that it has a pool, this pool is dirty, dirty. They don't run the filter at all and the pool area is disgusting.  Broken doors and filthiness everywhere.  Also the part of Broad St is a little rough. The only redeeming quality was the front desk lady who gave us recommendations which were on point.  Other than that it's probably cleaner to sleep on the street.

    04/04/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    8. Tessa U.
    This is not the worst hotel Ive stayed in, but I would not stay again.  There arent a lot of options in this location so I stayed here over Marriott ($100 a nite difference).  The first room I got was being used.  Maintenance had the cover off of the a/c, the bed was crumpled, and the toilet seat was up.  Front desk was very nice, I got another room on the 3rd flooor.  From this one I could hear the elevators every time they went up and down.  No bugs at all.  It needed new furniture and remodel of bathroom, old TV.  Friday night I still heard the club from the 10th floor just for one song.

    I left town and returned.  I stood at the front deskfor 10 minutes and started calling Ramada before someone showed up.  I got a room on the 9th floor.  Remodeled, much nicer.  No club on Sunday, but the train was way louder from here.  It woke me up several times.  In the morning I could hear my neighbors through the wall although they werent too loud.  

    The maids talked outside of my room for over 2 hours so loud I had to turn the TV way up and still heard them.  When they had no more rooms to clean they started talking about me, why I hadnt come out yet.  Sorry to inconvenience your schedule, Im just paying to stay here.  They even knocked when I had the DND sign up 15 minutes before checkout.

    No treadmill, the pool room was leaking in several places when it was raining.  I never saw the restaurant open.

    31/03/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0