Hotels >Ramada Limited Baltimore
You gotta be in cahootz if you gave this place a good rating. Ok... Have you heard of the "rack room" rate? Well, I evidently got the "RAT" room rate. The rate was cheap enough but I definitly paid for what I got. Where to begin? 1) Rooms exit to the outside of the building...not a good sign. 2) The clerk sat behind bullet proof glass...uhm? 3) The maintenance man looked like an Indian zombie. 4) Toilet was not cleaned before hand and not cleaned during my stay 5) Sink was falling... caulking was falling off 6) wall paper in the bathroom was falling off to reveal a hole...which was stuffed with toilet paper 7) A RAT!!!! Let me say it again. A rodent about 8 inches long ran across my floor while I was working in the room. 8) After I made the manager give me sticky / rat traps.... low and behold a roach walked over my keyboard. People.... seriously. Normally, I wouldn't make a big deal out of a cheap hotel. However, let this hotel die. Don't truck business with these people. Lastly, after I complained... the clerk said "What do you want me to do?" Sleep somewhere else. It would be much healthier.
I love the staff, I go all the time!. Great pool. Great breakfast. Good for the money! The really like Sanjay the front desk clerk. He made sure my stay went well.
Rewarding frequent-stay program and affordable prices make this budget hotel a prime choice for road-weary travelers..
This wallet-friendly hotel chain offers basic amenities for vacationers, truckers and business types. Free parking includes tractor-trailer spaces at most locations (the others have bobtail parking); amenities include 24-hour wake-up service and information on area entertainment and restaurants. Because Knights Inn hotels are part of the same group that includes Days Inn, Howard Johnson, AmeriHost, Ramada, Super 8, Travelodge and Wingate Inn, signing up for the "TripRewards" is an essential, economical move for frequent travelers.
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