Our stay at Ramada was pleasant. There was no major maintenance or cleanliness issues that we experienced. This hotel is situated right between the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter. Be sure to ask for their printed directions to these attractions, as the manager said that your GPS will take you out of the way. This Ramada does have a bistro which is open some nights. We ordered nachos and quesadillas, both of which were very good. The free breakfast had a good variety of choices. It offered cereal, eggs, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, and waffles. Juice, milk, and coffee are also offered. Two vending machines are also available, both of which take credit cards. Our room had a microwave and refrigerator. A coffee machine, hair dryer, and ironing board were also in the room. Our room was clean, and the bed was comfortable. Our stay was pleasant, and all that you would expect from a budget friendly hotel.…
The room was clean and comfortable. The hotel was in a good location for our needs. Close to Interstate. Hotel is close to speedway. Very Friendly staff. Good Breakfast. Has a pool. Gas station is close by. Hotel does need some interior updates and would benefit from some updated maintenance but it is still a good hotel. I do Recommend this Hotel.
This place is in the middle of nowhere. The hotel itself needs major upgrades. It smelled very musty/mildewy. The ceiling in our room was falling down and had apparently been patched, the stopper in the tub was completely broken off, the bathroom door didn't stay shut, the wall panel on bathtub almost fell completely off when turning the shower on, the microwave door was broken, and there are no updated amenities to the room such as USB chargers, and even a couple of lightbulbs were blown. There's nothing but a convenient store and a BBQ sandwich shop within about a 5-mile radius. We were supposed to stay 2 nights, but between the ants in the room and the people above our room apparently holding a small elephant gymnastics class, we didn't stay the 2nd night. It's right across from the Kentucky speedway, so if you're going to a race and need somewhere to sleep, this will do just fine. Otherwise, I would not recommend it. The service was ok. We asked once to have the people upstairs contacted about the noise, but nothing was done. It sounded like a bunch of teenagers partying and dancing or a room full of kids being allowed to jump on the beds and rub amok in the room for hours on into the night. It was so bad we decided to leave late that evening and just drive several hours closer to home and stop halfway. The best thing about it was the fact they had the breakfast set up nicely.…
I don’t recommend staying in this hotel it is so old and luck of cleaning appearance. I have ants around the garbage cans and bathtub clogged and dirty and toilet clogged too. I was looking for a quiet place to rest but was totally opposite situation.
The Hotel was very clean. The breakfast was cleaned up before 10:00 a.m.. so that was disappointing. But Mary the evening desk check-in Clerk was so nice and helpful. The pool looked nice, although we weren't able to use it.
I stayed at this Ramada because it was the only affordable one left with two beds. Wanted to see the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum. I needed a ADA room to accommodate my wheelchair, but they didn't have one with two beds and is a big problem with us individuals who travel with caregiver needs. We always sleep separately! Most hotels do not allow for roll away beds as was the case for this one. This meant that I had to cross my fingers that my room would be open enough to access the room, bed, transfer, bathroom, sink, and shower. I was barely able to access the room, get into the bed, and under the sink. This meant a bed bath each day. Thankfully the sink was outside the bathroom and I was barely able to get under it to brush my teeth. The hotel needs some updates and improvements to their facility. The rooms seemed okay cosmetically. The breakfast bar closes way too early, so I didn't get to eat at all. The area there was too small for the number of rooms. The pool was shallow and very small. I hope corporate makes some changes to ADA rooms for us travelers with disabilities some day. Oh, the people above us were very loud walkers and there were children running through the halls. Sad. There are no places to sit and eat unless you travel for at least 5 miles north to a small town with very slim pickings along the Ohio River, but that's not the hotels fault. Seemed to me immediately this hotel was built to take in raceway patrons as it is immediately across the street from the Kentucky Speedway. Watch out for the potholes along the drive entryway accessing the parking area. I'll try a hotel somewhere else, save money on getting to attractions, and pay more next time.…
Their breakfast time is 6-9. Morning one it was gone by 8:30. The second morning by 8. The supply truck arrived while we were looking. Ended up at McDonald’s. Not much else to choose from in area either.
It was a last minute decision to stay, was pleasantly surprised at my room size and appearance, especially for the price. There were many amenities that were offered that I did utilize, but had I the time I may have.
This is an older hotel with very basic accommodations. It has a pool and a basic Cafe in the lobby. It also has a decent breakfast. The property is on a desolate hilltop at a depressing exit. The common areas and rooms are very worn and in need of updating. The staff appeared to be trying hard but the facility is just in poor shape.
Everything was good. The beds were comfortable, the room was clean, the service was decent, the continental breakfast was a REAL "continental breakfast," not a bait-and-switch term that like some hotels use. The only negative was the white ceiling in our room had quite bit of black and looked like it was mold.