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The beds/pillows were very comfortable. The breakfast was scr eggs, sausage, carrots/rice, fried potatoes, yogurt, various danish/breads, waffles to make, instant oatmeal, fresh fruit, coffee, All necessary condiments. The Fitness room, needs attention. TRUE machines are present. The Elllip needs replacing, the Tmill was ok...More
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1 Thank William S
Response from yforrest, General Manager at Ramada Newark/WilmingtonResponded 1 December 2015
William S - Thank you for your detailed review. It always helps when we hear about the challenges we may have at our property. You've made some excellent points and I will make sure that they will all be addressed. Thanks again for your review.
US$75 - US$92 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#10 Business Hotel in Newark
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I understand that the front desk agent broke the latch on the door to gain entry due to the door lock not working. There was no charge for the broken latch. The room you occupied (room 140) had to be placed... More
I understand that the front desk agent broke the latch on the door to gain entry due to the door lock not working. There was no charge for the broken latch. The room you occupied (room 140) had to be placed out of order for several days due to the strong smoking odor. This room had to be stripped and deep cleaned to remove the smoking smell. When I reviewed the housekeeping reports for December 31, 2014, I also read that the Room Attendants found cigarettes in the trash bins and reported this to the Supervisors. The deep cleaning process to remove smoking odors from a guest room can take up to five days and does not always guarantee the complete removal of the smoke odor. The most minimum smell of smoke in a guestroom can deter a non smoker from occupying this room. In the case of a sold out night when we have no other room available this issue could cause the inconvenience of another guest having to relocate to another hotel. We place a bright red “no smoking” sign on the desk and in the bathroom of each guestroom. Upon arrival each guest must sign and acknowledge the “no smoking” policy on the registration card. The registration card states that a fee of up to $250 is charged for smoking in a guestroom. Unfortunately, due to the time and additional cost involved the $250 smoking fee is non refundable charge.