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Ramada Limited Baltimore

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Ramada Limited Baltimore

Anyone have any feedback on Ramada Limited Baltimore

6422 Baltimore National Pkwy at Rt 695 Exit 15 B? Basically, is it a dive? Also, how far is it from the Inner Harbor? Thanks!

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1. Re: Ramada Limited Baltimore

I don't know about that hotel specifically, although I pass by it a lot. But it's on Route 40 (Baltimore National Pike) and Rolling Road. That is not the best area of town but also not the worst. That is a commercial area (and there's relatively cheap gas just inside the beltway there!) with nothing much else around. With no traffic, it's probably 20 minutes' drive to the harbor.

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I am not sure what the hotel itself is like but it is located in the Catonsville area, which is about 7 or 8 miles from the Inner Harbor. The surrounding neighborhood is a bit iffy. I would suggest staying somewhere else if at all possible.

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3. Re: Ramada Limited Baltimore

Basically, it is a dive.

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