Ramkota Hotel & Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamkota Hotel & Conference Center Casper
This is a beautiful hotel and very comfortable. Our initial room was in the middle of remodeling and not quite finished, so we requested a room that was not being remodeled. They promptly took care of us and delivered the new cards for our new room.
My husband and I took advantage of the hotel lounge "Spirits" to enjoy a beer and visited with the bartender, Toni, then had a delicious leisurely dinner at the hotel restaurant, Reminting's having their prime rib and shrimp scampi and a glass of wine. Gretchen took great care of us.
Our only complaint was that the doors from other rooms were constantly slamming at all times of the night and the walls were thin and could hear people talking in the hall and from other rooms. Other than than I would highly recommend this hotel.
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