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Ramada Limited Chattanooga in Chattanooga, TN

Ramada Limited Chattanooga in Chattanooga, TN

Specialties

Ramada offers meaningful relaxation - an affordable, welcoming, and restorative experience.  All Ramada hotels offer free WiFi, free in-room coffee and are a part of Wyndham Rewards loyalty program.

Ramada Limited Hotel:
Offering high-quality accommodations at value prices. Guests will enjoy free continental breakfast and swimming pools at most locations.

Ramada Hotel:
High-quality, attractive accommodations for the mid-market traveler. Amenities include swimming pools at most locations, on-site restaurants or a-la-carte food service, plus business services, meeting rooms and fitness facilities.

Ramada Plaza Hotel:
Taking the Ramada experience one step further in terms of service and style. Designed for today's most discerning travelers, these full-service hotels are conveniently located near city centers and/or airports. Most Ramada Plaza hotels offer on-site restaurants and lounges, conference and banquet facilities, a business center and fitness facilities.

History

Established in 2004.

Very Nice and Clean Rooms and Friendly Services.

 

Company Info:

Rating: 1.83

Address: 30 Birmingham Highway, Chattanooga, TN, 37419

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    Comments (6):

    1. Rho L.
    If you are looking for a seedy, outdoor motel where the maids don't clean, door keys need to be reset EVERYDAY, enough continental breakfast choices for Peter Pan, and a snotty front desk clerk who is Jezabel's first cousin, please book this dump. I would have rather slept in the middle of the highway.

    06/08/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Amara K.
    I took my daughter for a sports weekend and tried to save money by not staying downtown.  First, they put us in a smoking room when we requested non-smoking.  As if that weren't bad enough, it turns out the Smoking Rooms were in a separate building on the back of the property and our room faced nothing but mountain.... which one would think was scenic, but in this case it was just Criminal Minds-Serial Killer-No Witnesses Scary.  And for a woman traveling alone with a young child it was a nightmare.
    To get to the room we had to go through a smoke filled hallway with people standing around talking on cell phones and doing god-knows-what.  We slept with a chair jammed up against the door.
    The room itself was foul.  There were cigarette burn marks on the nightstand, dresser, TV, sink, and bathtub.  We kept shoes on at all times because the floor was so gross.  We had to use my phone for an alarm clock because the words were warn off of the clock making it impossible to set.
    I will say they were honest.  We left items in the room in our rush to vacate it.  When we called, they had saved everything and put it aside.
    I don't really understand why Chattanooga, Tennessee is so expensive to stay in, but I'll spend the extra money for safety and a clean room.

    31/05/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. Kerry A.
    I've stayed in some dirty motel/hotels, but not for this price. We didn't try out the pool or the breakfast, but I can tell you the rooms were FILTHY. We stayed here a few nights ago on the way through Chattanooga. The windowsills were moldy, there was a layer of dust on everything, stains on the bedspread, and dust and dirt caked in the corners. It was gross. Almost as bad as the Carter hotel in Times Square. I took photos, I will try to upload them later. I was shocked.

    Oh! p.s., the cable stopped working at 11 p.m. the night we were there. My husband called down to the front desk, and no one answered. My mother in the next room said hers was out also. We called down again, and the gentleman said he "don't know" when it will work. The answer? 3:45 a.m. nice.

    12/02/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. Ryan B.
    It was a one night stop, and thank goodness that's all it was. The thing with hotels/motels, is that there not always the cleanest, and roomier and welcoming , but I can't complain because I actually slept and that's what these places are for right?
    Well anyways, this particular Ramada allows pets, I'm not sure if it is the entire franchise or just that one location, but if you have allergies DO NOT get a room downstairs. They will be more than happy to transfer you. I'm speaking from personal experience.

    21/03/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    5. Kevin B.
    This place is right off the interstate so it is very easy to get to.  It's older and a little tired, but their prices reflect that and it is great if you need a place to sleep and shower while traveling.

    27/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    6. Kira S.
    I don't know why people wrote such terrible reviews of this place.  It wasn't the Hilton, but I also payed $50 for my room.  It was clean and the service was good.  The woman at the front desk was extremely nice and helpful.  It's a Ramada "Limited," not a regular one, but it still lives up to the Ramada name.  Our room was smaller than a normal Ramada, but still had all the amenities I expect.

    It's about 20 minutes outside of Chattanooga, and a good place to stay if you want a cheap option in the area.  It's in the mountains, so it's pretty gorgeous around the hotel, although there is NOTHING to do nearby.  Actually, the "Lookout Valley," which is actually where this is located, is pretty dead and terrifying.  This hotel is the nicest part of the tiny town.  

    The pool was clean, the continental breakfast was free and extensive, and my bed was comfy and clean.  It was more than I'd expect for a $50 hotel really.  Nothing fancy, but it met my needs and I'd stay there again if I ever planned on going back to Chattanooga, which I DO NOT.

    14/06/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0