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Ramada Queensbury/Lake George

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

A lot of noise when I stayed. Doors slam shut due to mechanism. It's a cacophonous delayed symphony of doors shutting throughout the day/night. Also someone in the upper floor was slamming stuff too. You'll be able to sleep, but it's hard to concentrate on other things. Also, morons parked in front of your window take 40 million years to get out of the parking spot flashing light into my room and making it hard to listen to my phone conversation.

Down a road that only it and a construction site occupy, this hotel almost looks like a place that time forgot. It may be a seasonal place, but the indoor restaurant and bar were locked for nearly the entire duration. The hallways are dimly lit by wall sconces. That shouldn’t be a comment, but it didn’t cease to surprise me during my two day stay, and other guests remarked on it within earshot. The pool is located a fair distance away from the hotel proper, through two sets of doors which keeps the noise of fun and splashing as well as the odor of chlorine well away from the rooms. Breakfast in he morning was embarrassing. I took my son to a nearby diner when muffins and cereal were the choices we had. The setup here is nice, and could be better, if the amenities were all intact. Again, may be a seasonal hotel.

Went to visit our son at SUNY Adirondack. Basically just slept there . We went to open window for some fresh air found a beer cap behind curtain other than that room was clean, shower had good water pressure. Had free breakfast.

Good location but very old property. Rooms smell really bad. Breakfast was good.

The hotel was ok. The breakfast buffet was not that good. The room for the breakfast was not very appealing.

got in late. Pre paid my room so there was one for my family. staff member wasn't super helpful. only two floors so no elevator, which wasn't great for my wife, who was recovering from a knee surgery. Double bed was not that comfortable, although i was sharing it with my eight year old. location wasn't bad. right off highway. south of lake george, so traffic wasn't bad. there were restaurants close by. Pool was closed at 9 pm, which did not make my children too happy. the pool closing didn't make too much sense because the didn't have a life guard so what did it matter.

Nice and clean. It was a cold day and the room heating system worked perfectly. Quiet and easy to control. This is not true for all hotels. Had microwave, refrigerator, plates, cups and utensils plus coffee. We would stay at this Ramada again.

We only stop on our way to rest so we didn't use the pool or anything but it was fine for us.

The staff was accommodating and informative and professional. Everything was very clean from the lobby to the room.

This hotel appears to be an older hotel but it was clean and comfortable. There is a nice German style restaurant which is part of the hotel. The only downside was that i require having an electric outlet near the bed and the only one was behind the bed which required pulling the bed away from the wall and asking for an extension cord. The staff quickly responded to this request and were very friendly. I would stay there again if I visit the area again.

We were only staying in town one night, during the off-season for this area, so it was an ok deal for what we were looking for: a clean, comfortable place close to the higway and to the city of Glens Falls. Nice amenities in the room, including microwave, mini-fridge and tableware. We didn't use the pool, but the room it was in was a bit funky (large, open, carpeted space).

The location was great. We enjoyed the indoor pool (was only 5 feet deep). The price was fair.

This hotel is located, conveniently, just seven miles from downtown lake George, and about a twenty minute ride from Saratoga Springs. That makes it a great location for someone looking to explore both cities.

Clean & comfortable; just off of I87. Staff was friendly and professional.

We were there for a long weekend off-season. Bed was very comfortable. Included a frig & microwave.Staff was helpful and friendly. easy access from the highway

Very convenient location, friendly staff and comfortable, clean room

We stayed at this Ramada Inn in October 2010 for a weekend while we were visiting family in the area. The hotel was very nice, clean and well taken care of. Our room had two queen beds, linens were not worn and nice and soft, the beds were comfortable as well. Room temperature could be controlled easily so we slept well. The location couldn't be better as it is right off the entrance to the Northway. The hotel has a nice pool and although we did not have time to use it, next time I will bring a bathing suit. There is a decent restaurant/lounge attached to the hotel, the food there was okay although the decor was dated. They allow small pets, we brought our small crated dog and that worked out well for us. Free wireless internet really made it for my son! We will definitely stay there again as some of the other local hotels are not nearly as nice, particularly for the price. This was affordable, accessible, clean, and comfortable.

Really just used it as a sleep zone. It is in the middle of TONS of things to do.

Although there is a no smoking policy I detected odors of smoke in the Motel

It was a great exsperiance!!!!!!

Room options

Double Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Business Room, 1 King Bed with Sofa bed

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Upgraded, Double Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Ramada Queensbury/Lake George

Everyone (5) Couples (10) Business (1) Family (7) Friends (1) Other (2)
4

good but noisy.

Everyone

A lot of noise when I stayed. Doors slam shut due to mechanism. It's a cacophonous delayed symphony of doors shutting throughout the day/night. Also someone in the upper floor was slamming stuff too. You'll be able to sleep, but it's hard to concentrate on other things. Also, morons parked in front of your window take 40 million years to get out of the parking spot flashing light into my room and making it hard to listen to my phone conversation.

By , from Providence, RI on Nov 10, 2017

3

reclusive for interstate adjacent

Everyone

Down a road that only it and a construction site occupy, this hotel almost looks like a place that time forgot. It may be a seasonal place, but the indoor restaurant and bar were locked for nearly the entire duration. The hallways are dimly lit by wall sconces. That shouldn’t be a comment, but it didn’t cease to surprise me during my two day stay, and other guests remarked on it within earshot. The pool is located a fair distance away from the hotel proper, through two sets of doors which keeps the noise of fun and splashing as well as the odor of chlorine well away from the rooms. Breakfast in he morning was embarrassing. I took my son to a nearby diner when muffins and cereal were the choices we had. The setup here is nice, and could be better, if the amenities were all intact. Again, may be a seasonal hotel.

By on Oct 30, 2017

3

school visit

Everyone

Went to visit our son at SUNY Adirondack. Basically just slept there . We went to open window for some fresh air found a beer cap behind curtain other than that room was clean, shower had good water pressure. Had free breakfast.

By , from Maspeth, NY on Oct 16, 2017

2
Everyone

Good location but very old property. Rooms smell really bad. Breakfast was good.

By , from United States on Aug 27, 2017

Review comment responded on Sep 8, 2017

Hi John, Thank you for your comments on your most recent stay with us. First let me apologize for your most recent experience. Please know that at any time you experience something less than satisfactory, all you have to do is bring it to the attention of a Guest Service Team and we will try and accommodate you in any way we can. Please know that we have some big changes coming our way in the near future so I hope this does not deter you from staying with us. I hope you can see all the upgrades we are continuing to make! Thank you again!

3
Everyone

The hotel was ok. The breakfast buffet was not that good. The room for the breakfast was not very appealing.

By , from Florida on Aug 23, 2017

Review comment responded on Aug 25, 2017

Hi Ken, Thank you for your review of your most recent stay. We are an older hotel but hopefully will be making some changes in the near future! We offer a standard continental breakfast buffet required by Ramada which includes assorted yogurts, oatmeal, fresh fruit, bagels, breads and a chef's choice of one hot daily item. I hope that you choose to stay with us again in the future to see all the upgrades we continue to make. Thank you again.

3
Families

got in late. Pre paid my room so there was one for my family. staff member wasn't super helpful. only two floors so no elevator, which wasn't great for my wife, who was recovering from a knee surgery. Double bed was not that comfortable, although i was sharing it with my eight year old. location wasn't bad. right off highway. south of lake george, so traffic wasn't bad. there were restaurants close by. Pool was closed at 9 pm, which did not make my children too happy. the pool closing didn't make too much sense because the didn't have a life guard so what did it matter.

By on Aug 23, 2016

4

a very pleasant stay

Couples

Nice and clean. It was a cold day and the room heating system worked perfectly. Quiet and easy to control. This is not true for all hotels. Had microwave, refrigerator, plates, cups and utensils plus coffee. We would stay at this Ramada again.

By on Nov 3, 2015

3

it was ok

Families

We only stop on our way to rest so we didn't use the pool or anything but it was fine for us.

By on Jul 1, 2015

5

business time

BusinessTravelers

The staff was accommodating and informative and professional. Everything was very clean from the lobby to the room.

By on Sep 28, 2014

3

overnight stop

Couples

This hotel appears to be an older hotel but it was clean and comfortable. There is a nice German style restaurant which is part of the hotel. The only downside was that i require having an electric outlet near the bed and the only one was behind the bed which required pulling the bed away from the wall and asking for an extension cord. The staff quickly responded to this request and were very friendly. I would stay there again if I visit the area again.

By on Jul 1, 2013