I am a student at UMD and recently had some friends from Europe stay with me for a few nights. They wanted to go take a few days to just relax in a hotel and wanted a cheap one. I figured why not stay nearby so they could come back. I was a little skeptical about booking this based on the reviews but they said they can deal with it and if its that bad they will go somewhere else for the 2nd and 3rd nights. Well it was $80 a night with tax and they saw the room and it was plenty sufficient. 2 double beds, tv, iron board and iron, coffee maker, etc. Free continental breakfast with toast, cereal, etc. free newspaper. And the have a pool. It is close enough to things that they could walk 15 minutes to get to some stores or take a taxi and be down at the shopping center a mile away for 8 dollars. To get to the nearest metro station you can get a bus or taxi which are not hard at all. Oh and it is clean and certainly not disgusting.
Being British they have lower expectations for hotels as hotels in the UK are not as nice. However I saw the room for myself and lay on the bed. It was plenty decent. Sure it is not a 5 star hotel but for the cost it serves its purpose just fine. In College Park there is the Hampton Inn which gets better reviews but is nearly twice the price as this hotel. Just remember what you are paying and keep that in mind.
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- Ramada Limited College Park Hotel College Park
- Ramada College Park
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