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Reviewed September 18, 2017

A large group from our community stayed at the Ramada Inn during Hurricane Irma Evacuation, Sept 8-13, 2017. What a dump...Needs a thorough reconditioning...Only one elevator of 3 worked one night..Telephones in rooms did not work ...WiFi was spotty, worked in room sometimes, or you needed to go to the lobby for WiFi service...Some of us had spotty A/C..Dead roaches in bathroom, Windows that leaked rain into room, Room keys that would not work until workmen changed the batteries on door locks, Lobby carpets that needed a good shampoo or be replaced..Not a credit to the Ramada Chain..

Room Tip: Avoid This Hotel
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled on business
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Thank Manuel L
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Reviewed September 15, 2017

The TV and voices from the adjoining room could be heard thru the walls. The TV cabinet doors only open half way which means the place you could watch TV was from the middle of the bed

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Echtal
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Reviewed September 15, 2017

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed August 23, 2017 via mobile

Our night at the Ramada Augusta was more or less unremarkable. The lobby has a kind of funky humidity from being down near the river perhaps and perhaps needing new carpet. Decor is a mix of old and nearly new. The important fixtures like tv and light bulbs are modern.

The room was comfortable but the old noisy ac unit was not up to actual cold air and had to run constantly to keep up with August in Georgia. It rattled but the white noise was actually a comfort as there was other noise.

We could hear the crying baby 4 rooms away so it's not the most private environment. There is also a train passing close and also a grade crossing that resulted in a lot of rather loud train horns and rail noise at very late hours.

The shower curtain could stand to spend some time with a little bleach, again it is Georgia and fixing the ac will help reduce the humidity that encourages mildew. It looked like the bath tile on the floor was new and very nice.

Plenty of pillows and towels kept us comfortable and the mattress was nice.

They hadn't checked under the bed, found trash and a pill of some kind so it's a good thing we didn't bring children, they would have found that stuff before the adults.

Did not have time to try the pool but it is not as attractive in person as the photo currently online.

The staff was top notch friendly, offering evening entertainment and restaurant recommendations and always had a smile for us. We didn't have any special requests and although one room key was a little cranky at first it started working soon after we got to the room.

There was no microwave, probably a good call for safety in a tall hotel. But also no fridge. We had a small cooler and used the ice machine and it worked well.

There was no map of the hotel on the back of the door for evacuation route and location of stairs. I never did find the stairs.

The pipes are old and make old pipe noises like pops with air in the lines and groans from water pressure changes. We were on a high floor. It was quaint. The plumbing worked, the shower had a massage type shower head which was nice. Hot water was nice and hot and came on right away.

The view of the old town was nice as we were high enough to see the city.

So, a solid average place, although I am pretty patient and forgiving. Some travelers expecting super modern accommodations with trendy appearances and polished comforts might want to look around at the other options.

We chose it for proximity to South Carolina for the recent eclipse and it worked out well for us due to location.

Not sure I would stay again unless redeeming points, or feeling nostalgic, but it was an agreeable stay nonetheless.

Stayed: August 2017, travelled with friends
Thank Vertabrae
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Reviewed August 22, 2017

Overpriced for the obvious age of the hotel. Perhaps NOT overpriced for the downtown location.
Would I stay here again? Maybe, but ONLY for the location.
Worth the $100+ nightly rate? Nope!!!
I kind of wish I stayed at the Marriott instead, especially since all-in-all,the Marriott didn't cost too much more anyway.

This was probably a nice property at one time, but it looks to me like the owners don't want to invest money into bringing it back to its former glory. Someone needs to buy it from them and make that investment.

Pros:
--very nice lady behind the desk who checked me in...she probably needs a raise!
--it was downtown and walking distance to several restaurants
--I had a corner room with a good view

Cons:
--no mini fridge! Really? in 2017? This tells me the owners simply are NOT interested in making guests happy or in getting repeat business, at least from me)
--no wi-fi, at least not on the north end of the 9th floor! The nice lady at the desk said the wi-fi should should show up as "Ramada," yet it wasn't there (I am a computer professional, so I know how it is supposed to work). I was only there for one night, so it wasn't a dealbreaker.
--I used the stairs on the south end (near the pool) and some of the lights between the 1st and 2nd floor were out making if not only unsafe, but probably something the local fire marshall would cite them for if they did an inspection, especially since the patio table and chairs near the exit door were too close and could potentially block a fire exit (the door banged into one of the chairs when I came out).

  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled solo
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