Ramada Plaza Fort Lauderdale

5100 N. State Road 7, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33319, United States | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $63.00
 

Travel Blogs from Fort Lauderdale

I'm in Miami...!!!

A travel blog entry by deni367

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I arrived at Fort Lauderdale airport around 5.30am, but wasn't fully out of the airport until around 8. I'm pretty sure this was the slowest entry into a country I have ever experienced. Once I got out, I really wasn't looking forward to waiting around and getting 3 buses, so I had a few cigarettes and wandered glumly to the bus stop, but I made a quick inquiry with the shuttle bus guys, and decided to wait for a shared bus into town, straight to my hostel. As it ...

Waiting

A travel blog entry by davkay

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... at La Guardia airport waiting for flight to Florida. Our USA friend John will pick us up and is hosting us for a few weeks. We and John And Elaine will be cruising the Caribbean for a week some time soon. Also on the agenda is Disney world.


Bye for now.
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And then we were SEVEN!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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... this second week, I’ve booked one on the same deck (12) but on the left side of the ship with a balcony overlooking the ocean instead of the interior of the ship. We had stateroom 12154.



Michel and I spent a good portion of the afternoon at the flowrider. After several attempts, he was finally able to stay up for a few minutes. Hip hip hourrah ...

CAPTAIN SLOG STARDATE 97.12

A travel blog entry by captain-slog

... settees and cushions under the gazebo for you to rest in before reboarding.

Now compare this with Carnival – no I can’t, there is no comparison. It’s like comparing Circus Circus in Vegas to the Bellagio.

There are plenty of comfortable places on board where you can find solitude if you want it. There is also a full programme of events going on, if you choose to partake. As with most holidays, they are what you choose to make them. ...

Fort Lauderdale, FL & Trip to the Everglades

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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Today we woke to the first light of dawn breaking over the ocean as we sailed into the Everglades Port, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Once a mosquito infested mangrove, Fort Lauderdale is a tourist mecca today, sometimes call the 'Venice of America' because it boasts 300 miles of inland waterways.

Our cruise log indicates we have traveled 4409 miles - that's nautical miles. One nautical mile = 1.15 statute miles = 1.85 kilometer. After the ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the North Fort Lauderdale area of Fort Lauderdale, is near Xtreme Indoor Karting, Fern Forest Nature Park, Easterlin Park, and Fort Lauderdale Stadium.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Plaza Fort Lauderdale

    Reviewed by walencar

    Good enough for a night

    Reviewed Dec 5, 2012
    by (7 reviews) Brasília , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    Good for short stay. Clean, appropriate space and breakfeast voucher

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Ramada Plaza Fort Lauderdale

    Average Hotel

    from

    I was a guest at the Ramada for three days at the end of Aug. This hotel does nothing but hurt the Ramada name! This is not a real bad hotel is just needs remodeling ASAP. Everything from the carpet to the bathroom to the bed/furniture. And the hotel has a bug problem to say the lease. I as well as my girlfriend are still wondering if that was a cock roach or a water bug...it had to be the size of a bady foot....no lie!!! That was the first night...after that we were ready to go!! I will give the hotel an A for location, D for housekeeping, F for appearance and a overall D grade. Keep in mine if you are going to stay there are much better choices right up the street!!

    Ramada Plaza hotel was great except for the beds

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    My daughter and I have just return from Fort Lauderdale, we stayed at the Ramada Plaza Hotel.The hotel needs a little updating ,but for the price it was great.The staff was wonderful &very friendly. The pool area is great and just steps away from the ocean.

    The only thing that they need to do is get new beds.

    The beds were the worst beds I have ever slept on.

    8/5/04

    Horrible hotel

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    I stayed at this hotel in July 2004. The hotel was horrible. 1st I didn't get the wakeup call I scheduled. 2nd I requested nonsmoking and got a smoking room. 3rd The bed had no comforter on it. 4th The bathtub had paint spills in it. 5th The elevator smelled like piss. 6th The hallway smelled like old mildew. 7th Only one elevator worked. 8th The back door did not work right so anyone could get into the hotel the back way. All in all I hated it. I will never do one of those promotional vacation things again. It's not worth it.

    Get ready to argue if you try and cancel

    from

    I purchased the Orlando/Ft.Lauderdale Vacation package. After watching the video about the vacation, I thought it was odd that the "family vacation" video did not show any children on the cruise. I read several negative reviews (online) about the package. I also decided that I did not want to spend a morning listening to the time share spill so, I decided to cancel the trip. Since this was the first business day after receiving the info package, I didn't think this would be a problem. I argued for 12 minutes with the rep. He tried to change my mind, didn't "understand" why I would cancel, and wanted specific details of the negative reviews. He would interupt me while I was talking and not let me finish what I was saying. I have stayed with Ramada in the past (not this particular one) and was satisfied. I will not stay again. I ended up hanging up when I was placed on hold for the third time. I called back later and eventually had it canceled-thats what they said anyway! We will see if it gets done! Not a good experience!

    Avoid this place like the plague.

    from

    There has to be a better way to get a free vacation.

    For $49 a night

    from

    i am reading some complants about this hotel and let me tell you some are true and some are false . 1st. location is not good 2nd. however for 49 a night its right where it should be. 3rd. the time share thing is not bad , $375 bucks for a week in florida for my entire faimly i will do it again best deal in florida......! 4th. we all know why we accepted this great deal , why complain about it . 5th. this hotel is nice for a ramada nice pool , food was good , hotel staff was good considering the amount of people at check in out the door #$@^^ 6th. so if you are considering this hotel to stay at let me tell you its ALL RIGHT .I even met the gm carlos and told him to keep the good work up ! He is a very nice gentlemen , p/s. I did not buy the time share , maybe next yr

    Great Vacation Hotel

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    My husband surprised me with a weekend getaway and and it was absoluetly wonderful. The hotel was great and we really enjoyed the tropical pool setting. We are looking forward to going to the beach and the Everglades again next year.It was a great getaway.

    Resort it's not

    from

    Well, we did the timeshare thing as well, but thought it would be a nicer trip knowing what we do about timeshares. Instead the people were unfriendly and so rude and the service was horrible. I agree with the comments on the location of the resort and that it's not worth gutting and re-doing due to the location. We also thought it was a good "marketing" technique to get you into a timeshare - dump to beauty! We own a timeshare and love it, but this was definitely not the way to sell by putting you up at this "resort". And beware of the restaurant, they automatically add the gratuity to your bill and then have a line for additional gratuity at the bottom. Talk about double dipping. It's supposed to be a deal of a vacation, but I could have done a 7 day cruise for what I spent on this trip had a I researched for a good cruise deal. Never again . . . I've gotten better service at a Motel 6.

    What a dump!

    from

    Why is it a dump? Old regular hotel - there is nothing 'resortish' about this Ramada. Everything was old - the bathroom, the carpet, the beds, the tv did not work. It needs to be gutted and upgraded, but what's the use when it's located in a crackpot neighboorhood. Oh, if you want porn, that's right around the corner. Not a place for familes. The room stunk of unthinkables and I heard that complaint from others who were there for the same reason as I was. I fell for the same time-share package as the last reviewer and I believe they want you to stay at this dump so that you will be more likely to purchase the overpriced timeshare. The timeshare seller told me that I was lucky that I wasn't at the other Lauderdale Beach Resort since it has ants! On the weekend, I stayed away from the pool and pool bar as night fell since the locals hung out to drink, be wild and walk the halls of the hotel. Will never stay at this Ramada and will have to think twice about another Ramada location outside of the Lauderdale area!

    Deluxe Rooms - Right - WRONG!

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    I just returned from spending 2 nights with my husband & daughter and her husband at the Fort Lauderdale Ramada Plaza Hotel & Resorts as part of a Time-share promotional package I fell for.

    They speak of deluxe accommdations... the room smelled so bad of bleach we had to asked to be moved! The second one stinked almost as bad.

    The bathtub/shower the paint was coming off and the beds are so uncomfortable! On the back of the door, they list the rates for this room at " 4 people - 2 full beds = $199.00 per night!! Please!

    My daughter was bitten by fire ants while we were at the pool!

    The price of the drinks at the bar were outrageous! $7.00 for 1 margarita!

    If this is "Deluxe Accommodation" they are greatly mistaken!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Plaza Fort Lauderdale

    2.00 of 5 stars Fair