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Above average overall
We stayed at this hotel 8 nights and were pleased over all. The location is good - it is located off the Parkway just off Traffic light #8 - which was great because it was extremely quiet but still a minute's drive to all the shopping and restaurants. Half a mile to Dollywood and 2 miles to Splash Country. We had a one bedroom suite, 2 adults and 3 kids, and the extra space came in handy. 1 TV in the bedroom and another in the living room with full cable. Full kitchen had all we needed, full size fridge, microwave, dishwasher, and stove top burners - no oven. The units are not stocked with plates, etc, but they can be checked out free of charge at the front desk if needed. Only drawbacks in the room were a doornob to the bathroom that came off and the sofa sleeper in the living room was certainly past its prime - but the kids were OK with it.
Complimentary breakfast was nice as well. Available daily from 7am to 10 am, consists of coffee, juices, milk, grits, doughnuts, cereal, toasts, bagels, etc - and waffles that you make yourself. There is an attendant on duty throughout the breakfast to keep things clean and well stocked. The tables in the breakfast area were spotless.
The ladies at the front desk were all very helpful. The hotel had a church group that checked in one nite that was rowdy well into the night. I went to the front desk at 1 am to complain and they put a stop to it instantly - very impressed!
Make sure you check with the front desk if you need to buy tickets to Dollywood, etc. The discounted tickets they sell are actually cheaper than you would pay at the park.
The swimming pool was a little small, and the lights in the pool were not working making it harder to keep an eye on the kids.
Over all a good deal. We will definitely return.
Check this one out
the ramada inn suites on dollywood lane is one great place to stay. the rooms are great large and well kept , the staff is wonderful they cannot do enough to help you. i go about three times a year and have never been let down rates are good in season they are really good off season..they have alot of return visitors as we run into the same people every year. they have a great cont breakfast just can't say enough good things about this ramada
The front desk clerk was very helpful when our van broke down in the parking lot. We loved the pool and our room was very large and comfortable the front desk arrainged for us to stay 2 more days while our van was being repaired. Great use out of icemaker in our room. They need Krispy Kreame donuts in their breakfast.
5 star hotel, 5 star service, 5 star staff!!!!
This is a Grade A Hotel with outstanding service and staff. I could not of asked for a better place to stay while I was visiting the Tennessee area!!!! The Breakfast was one of the best Continental breakfast's that I have ever eaten. I stayed at another hotel in chicago area where I had to pay $30.00 a person for the breakfast and it sucked. With that said Give that Breakfast "Nazi" as she was earlier called a big hug and a heeps of thanks as obviously some people don't have a since of humor!!! Keep cooking them waffles!!!! mmm mmm mmm! The staff that worked behind the counter were full of that Souther Hospitality you would expect in the great state of Tennessee (and they seem to have good taste hiring all those lovely ladies!!!) Keep up the great work and if I'm ever in the Tennessee are again, you can bet your bottom dollar I'll be staying there again!!!!
Great place to stay!
RLS is always a plesure. We stay every year during the big car show and they always seem to have available rooms. The staff has always been great and the rooms have always been clean.
Okay only if you like a rude staff and reptiles in the rooms
We stayed the last full week of July 2004, and had more bad experiences than we did good ones at this hotel. Without writing a dissertation here, I'll just say that the staff was for the most part rude, especially one of the front desk clerks, as well as the woman we came to refer to as the "Breakfast Nazi"; she yelled at nearly everyone from children to elderly people-- and I heard her threaten to bar several people from "my kitchen" for no apparent reason. Even though the free continental breakfast was one of the perks that lead to us choosing this hotel, we went out for breakfast the last four days we were there in order to avoid this rude woman.
Upon checking in, we learned that we would not get the type of room a reservation person had promised us via telephone two months earlier, and instead of apologizing to us, the check-in person accused us of lying about what we had been told on the phone.
Probably the most interesting part of the vacation was when we returned to the room one night to find a fully grown LIZARD in one of the bedrooms, only to have the woman at the front desk grumble that she would have to pay overtime if she called someone to come in and catch it. When they finally did send help (a teenage boy who tried his best to help us), we had to assist him in capturing the lizard. What bothered us most about this incident was that we received no followup from management inquiring about our well-being, even though the staff was talking the next morning among themselves about a lizard being in one of the rooms.
I travel for business and pleasure all over the United States--and have done so more more than 20 years--and I'll have to say that this is one of the worst places I ever have stayed--not so much because of the accomodations (although the blankets did have holes in them as a previous reviewer stated--and the lizard, of course) and housekeeping didn't show up until after 4 p.m. most days; however, the main problem I had with this hotel is the attitude of the staff. Tennessee is supposed to be a place that offers Southern Hospitality, but this Ramada Inn did not.
I gave this two stars, because it wasn't "terrible," but it fell far short of being "okay." A better rating would be more like 1 and 1/4. Beware.
The Cleanest We've Found!
My family and I, just returned from Dollywood this
past weekend. We stayed at the Ramada Inn and
Suites Limited on Dollywood Lane. We were there from Friday to Sunday, but we really enjoyed the room. All rooms are suites, kitchenette, livingroom and bedroom. In the morning they serve free continental breakfast, but this one served fresh made belgin waffles. The pool was small but they also had indoor driving range and puttin room for the golf fans. Also the location was great 5 minutes and you are at the entrance to Dollywood Park. I booked our room last minute on Thursday
over the internet, but I still felt I got an exceptable
price. The staff was courteous and friendly, We would most certainly stay there again! I highly recommend it to anyone. My most favorite thing?
THE CARPETS WERE EXTREMELY CLEAN!
Great place to stay...will definitely stay again
Stayed over Memorial Day weekend. The rooms, pool, continental breakfasts, staff, accommodations were EXCELLENT. The employees went out of their way to make sure our stay was perfect. Friendly staff, clean accommodations, well kept grounds. Convenient to everything. I'm used to staying in 5 star condos...this was right up there!
Nice Hotel, worth the price
My family and I stayed at the Ramada Limited Suites during our week vacation. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay again.
Hated dollywood lane ramada
Bugs in the beds, ripped sheets, holes in the blankets, staff less than courteous. Stay here if you want to get bitten by the bed bugs!!!!!
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