Ramada Cornwall3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I stayed at the ramada for 5 nights for Buisness. The suite had a perfect area to take care of some work as well an awesome atmosphere to relax and kick back. The hotel staff is very friendly and helpful and the rooms interior design was modern and classy all at the same time. Perfect location with all you need nearby Thanks again
Our room was clean, bathroom was newer and also very clean with toiletries. The beds were very comfortable with very good linens. We stayed in the executive suite (double). Breakfast was reasonable, standard for continental breakfasts. Coffee maker and fridge in the room. We did not find it noisy at all. Air conditioner worked fine. We will stay there again as we have stayed at many other hotels in Cornwall and this one, albeit a little more expensive, was by far the best one thus far. I travel a lot so I am aware of what's reasonable and what's not. Note: there are no elevators so ask for the first floor if this is a problem, that way you can park your car close to the room.
It is true that the hotel needs a makeover and reno; the hallways and stairways smell musty and damp. However, the room was OK, but be warned that the air conditioner is very loud. We had gone to bed at 7:30 after a long drive from New Brunswick, hoping to make a very early start the next morning. We were awakened by loud laughter from a woman in a party downstairs. Then we noticed that the clock was out and figured there was a power outage. No A/C meant the room was hot, and combined with the hyena at the party, we were both wide awake. We decided to check out and hit the road early ... after only 6 hours. The night clerk waggled his braided beard tied with elastics at us and refused to consider any compensation or rebate: "The power outage is beyond our control, I can't authorize any compensation." So that was the end of the discussion. When I suggested that someone tell the party animals on the first floor to be quiet, he brushed me off with "The manager is aware ..." So we left at 12:50, NEVER TO RETURN TO THE RAMADA CORNWALL again. That was $166 (with tax) spent on 6 hours, not a very wise investment for the return we got. Stay in Brockville or on the other side of the Quebec border in Drummondville if you can.
Just one night before a business meeting - I just needed a quiet room. We got in late from the train and collected our keys. I arrived in my room to find it was adjoining. And, next door was someone having some fun - talking loud on his phone? playing a game? I don't know but as I walked in, it sounded like a sheep baa-ing, followed by some woot woots. I just needed a quiet room. Called the front desk and after a bit of a 'we are pretty booked, all our rooms are adjoining...' I was given another room with an apology but I said - it isn't your fault - they are just having a good time.. The next morning, the night clerk was still working and told me he had gone up to my old room and heard nothing. I also found he had questioned another person in our party who had a different room if he had heard anything - the other end of the hall. Why? So, the hotel was ok. Seemed clean-ish. Second floor is a walk up. Big pool. Second room was quiet. Breakfast was your average hotel fare. Just a really weird reaction to a pretty reasonable request for a quiet room for one night.
This hotel has a convenient location and reasonable rates. Our room was musty especially in the bath. There was a new flat screen tv, however, the room furniture was many decades old. Carpets in the halls were another throw back from the 70's. Second floor rooms are accessed via stairs, no elevator on our wing. It would appear that the parent company has neglected this facility.
While staying here for work I ended up staying 2 months. The staff were very accommodating and cleaning staff do a great job! I saw 3 weddings, multiple sport teams and lots of conferences. Not to mention vacationers. The location is Great. Being so close to various restaurants and shopping is a plus, a short drive to both Montreal and Ottawa and close to the bridge to the US. I highly recommend the Ramada in Cornwall for all occasions.
Stayed here over night. Not impressed.. inside hotel smells of cigarettes.. our room was sprayed to mask mould smell.. hotel definitely needs a make over! Breakfast area is a bit of a cluster.. free food but if you want eggs or bacon or sausage you pay $2.. and watch waitress walk around handing out bills to whomever took paid items.. not very organized that's for sue
Front desk service was helpful & room was very comfortable. Breakfast was a significant upgrade from the usual hotel fare.
Location 10 min off the 401 highway, not the easiest place to find, we missed it's entry on the first pass - watch for it off the traffic circle when you get close. It's the forth exit off the circle. So: summertime pricing - this is a roadside inn, service was great, room and property is quite dated, carpets badly need cleaning or replacing throughout. Lobby is bright and clean, staff were very good. Booking process was flawless, no extra deposit charged to your card, you pay only when you leave, all good. Lobby and machine prices for nick nacks was fair, something that is becoming rare today. Buffet complimentary breakfast was excellent, kitchen staff tending the dining area were very attentive, prompt with cleanup; five stars in my book, best I've seen in this class hotel for some time. Sufficient choices for most folks, but they could use a second waffle machine to help with the line up. Otherwise good. Hotel walls reasonably clean. Room, average clean only; floor hadn't been vacumed well, there were seeds on the coffee table, stains on glass surfaces like the mirror, windows etc. Sheets were clean, bedspread clean, bathroom clean. The rest I can usually tolerate, my wife just spends 10 minutes doing a wipe down with anti-bacteria wipes and we avoid touching most surfaces; if the bath and bed are good, we can stay. I checked the mattress for staining, any sides of insects; all good. Bed was firm, not really comfortable for us, but wasn't sagging and the coils were not pressing through. No elevator so we had to get our room changed to a first floor room - they were good about that and did it very quickly. Cleaning ladies start early, vacuming in rooms next door and the hallway as soon as the earliest folks check out. This was annoying, so if you are one that sleeps in or gets up slow when traveling, prepare to be woken by the maids. Over all - acceptable, priced high for the standards and the dated status, but given the summer time, not terribly out of line. I do wish they had a good quality check on their approach to cleaning, I think they are cheaping out in this area, and it is going to hurt them - for us it means that we've tried this hotel, and will next time, try a competitor. Had their cleanliness standard been higher I would expect to return, but in this regard they fell short. Since I can't compare a bunch of them here, I'll just leave this one with no recommendation.
This hotel was a great stay for me and my family. It's a great location (right off the highway) and has lots of shopping and restaurants around it. They offer a pool, wifi and complementary breakfast. They only this was you have to utilize the complementary breakfast before 930am because after that you have to pay. So we had to set our alarm to make sure we were down on time. But the buffet was fresh and delicious. They had DIY waffles, fresh fruit, eggs, sausage, bagels/toast etc. Check in and out was very easy and everyone was very friendly. The hotel is only a couple of floors so no elevator. If you have any special needs and cannot take the stairs, I would ensure you are on the lower level.
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Ramada Cornwall places you within 2 miles (3 km) of Archie's Family Golf Centre and Cornwall Community Museum. This 112-room, 3-star hotel has 2 restaurants, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. The Art Gallery Cornwall and Seaway International Bridge are also near this Cornwall hotel.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast offered each morning. Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including BrookValley Café, which specializes in American cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
All 112 air-conditioned accommodations feature sitting areas. TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Sofa beds, refrigerators, and coffee makers are also standard.
Guests staying at Ramada Cornwall enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, 9 meeting rooms, and a 24-hour business center.
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75% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 349 reviews