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This is an older property and we were fortunate to get a room during Arts Festival at the last minute, (Friday night), but we had an exterior entrance room, with a very small bathroom. You had to turn your legs while using the toilet to...More
Response from Nichole L, Director of Sales at Ramada State College Hotel & Conference CenterResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for staying at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Center. I'm glad that you had the opportunity to enjoy the hotel pool during your stay and found it enjoyable. I look forward to your return visit during the fall. Kindly,
I stay at this Ramada every time we are at State College and we always have a good experience. the kids love the indoor and outdoor pool options. Great place for a family to stay.
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Response from Nichole L, Manager at Ramada State College Hotel & Conference CenterResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for staying at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Center. I am happy that you always have a good experience and we truly appreciate your business. Thank you and we look forward to your next stay.
US$72 - US$182 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It is a long walk as the other 2 people have said. If you do pick this hotel i would suggest that you get a room as far from the pool as possible. The chlorine smell is overpowering as is the noise level.
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"Try to avoid outdoor entrance rooms, unless rate is really cheap!"