We have stayed at the Durango Ramada four times in 2014 and every time we were please with... See full review
Apr 30, 2014
Clean, safe and Very Comfortable!
I stayed here for one night while in a business trip. The rooms were clean and roomy. The beds had... See full review
Sep 21, 2014
Conveniently located off Route 550, this Ramada Limited Durango hotel is near historic downtown Durango, hiking at San Juan National Forest, Fort Lewis College, ancient cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park, and many local restaurants. After an exciting day, refresh at this smoke-free hotel with complimentary wireless Internet access, complimentary continental breakfast, seasonal outdoor pool, hot tub and sauna, gym, complimentary parking, 24-hour front desk service, complimentary trolley to downtown Durango, conference space and business center. Guest room amenities include microwave, refrigerator, coffee-maker and TV. There is no charge for children 17 and under with an adult.
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We rode the train from Durango to Silverton. I recommend the Vista Dome Car. Be sure to wear dark colors (soot!) and bring disposible wipes to clean your face periodically :). Having wifi included was a nice perk. They also had a computer in the
lobby for use (with a printer!)
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Take the train! A bit expensive, but worth it! Be sure to show up about 30 minutes early to leisurely walk to depot, view museum, get tickets, and get on board. Wear dark colors because of the soot the train puts out and carry a few disposible wipes to freshen up.
You will soon find out if you don't already know, but hotels in Durango are pretty over priced. $130/night for the Ramada? For that price, you could stay at a super nice hotel in most major cities.
It's a basic hotel that has has most everything
Pros: fridge/microwave in room, two sinks in room (one in the room and one in the shower room), that hot light think in the bathroom, location (2 miles from downtown, nearby restaurants), breakfast (although I didnt eat), free wifi, free parking, "business center," front desk customer service...
Cons: not that many outlets in the room (had to unplug clock and lamp), parking was limited, had "motel" feel.
Nevertheless, I would stay here again because it was one of the cheaper options in Durango.
We had prepaid for our room days ahead of time. Even had our reservation and room number. The so-called manager made us wait over 20 minutes to locate our reservation! They didn't apologize. My friend is 78 years old with an artificial knee, they
were rude to her and this is uncalled for. They ended up giving us the room key for the exact room that we had reserved. They need to replace the staff with professional and friendly people. Never Again!!!