There was a hooker and her john in the restaurant....ot good and my husband was suspect of the coeanliness so he went without food.....there was SO much noise all night. People yelling room to room and partying. Cars driving under the room,
revving the engine and playing music that made the windows bulge. Don't stay here.
My wife and I were in town from Portland Oregon for a cubs/mariners game and were treated like a number not a guest. Ramada was extremely overpriced for the simple room we received and service was beyond unsatisfactory. We called 2 times for room
service and they never picked up, and the 3rd time we called the front desk and they just transferred us to a never ending ringing line. Unfortunate, but will never waste money on this Ramada again:(
The hotel, as with most in SeaTac, was easy to find. One negative, also with most SeaTac hotels, was that it is a "par and fly". This means that not only is it hard to find a parking space, it means spaces are small and people are careless. The
room was average, I liked that the windows actually open, and the bed was comfortable. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I would stay here again.
This was a great place to go after going to a bad hotel. The price was great and the staff was friendly. I was happy to get a hotel room that was last minute and across from the airport so I could make my early morning flight. I also loved the
fact that they had a free shuttle that would take you to the airport. I recommend staying at this hotel if you ever have a night lay over in Seattle and also if you have an early morning flight and don't want to fight traffic.