Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Antioch does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Ramada by Wyndham Antioch, a nice option for travelers like you.
Antioch Ramada features a 24 hour front desk, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and breakfast. If you are driving to Ramada by Wyndham Antioch, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Pete's Restaurant & Brewhouse, Riverview Lodge, and Applebee's, which are some pubs that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out The Antioch Historical Museum (1.0 mi) or Antioch Speedway (0.9 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Ramada by Wyndham Antioch puts the best of Antioch at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Pros: it’s surrounded by places to shop and eat Room was average Basic place to sleep & shower Cons: this place is horrible, don’t stay here. It’s like “the spot” for the neighborhood. People coming and going all night. Someone knocked on my door at 2:47am, when my husband woke up to go to work it looked like someone had been sitting by our door eating McDonalds - I didn’t feel safe. Had to switch rooms because the 1st room reeked heavily of Marijuana
DO NOT STAY HERE!My sister in law and her mother who just finished her last round of chemo had a pipe burst in their house they are both income restricted and so I offered to pay for them a room I drove 40 mins paid for the room and while I was leaving I saw a few homeless people in the parking lot of Burger King next door I drove over asked them had they ate on this cold night to in which they replied no I drove over to target spent $88 on groceries for them upon my return I learned the room had been locked claiming I was letting homeless stay in the room but no one had entered the room not even the comfort inn parking lot where is the humanity or compassion in the world this was truly a egregious and inhumane act I wouldn’t recommend staying at the deplorable hotel where they treat people like second class citizens I’m African American and the homeless people i was helping And my in-laws are white I guess that was “suspicious” to them it’s sad you can’t do anything nice for anyone anymore this a disgusting place and they need to be shut down I will be writing comfort inn corporate as well as the AHLA,CHLA , Better business bureau and the city of Antioch to question their business license also they have yet to refund me…
This is the worst customer service place ever! I was told disabled are to be placed in a certain area next to handicap parking. I was told to leave because my dog left her hairs on sheets and towels, and wood chips were left on the floor. My room had not been serviced since days of moving in. I was told that I would be charged $150 for cleaning the dog hairs. I was told that the sheets and towels had to be replaced because of the hairs. You would think I left a crime scene behind the way I was treated. This is a total violation of ADA rights. Being told that this is not Motel 6 was also meant to be an insult, but I was treated better at Motel 6.
We needed to stay overnight in Antioch to be ready for a medical procedure the next day. Comfort Inn met our needs for a comfortable place to stay, close-ish to the Kaiser medical center, and with breakfast included. Here’s what we liked. Contemporary-styled room with a comfortable bed, blankets, and pillows. Very good blackout shades on the window. Easy-to-use door keycard, and adequate locks on the door. Flat-screen TV. Chaise lounger in the room. Refrigerator and coffeemaker provided. Full-length mirror in the bathroom, in addition to the well-lit vanity mirror. Ceiling fan in the bathroom (a must). Toiletries are provided. Very good breakfast with a variety of choices including waffles, mini-cheese omelets, sausage, breads and pastries, cold cereals, instant oatmeal, yogurt, fresh fruit (apples, oranges, bananas), coffee, and juices. The friendly front-desk staff graciously gave us later checkout when we requested. Some quirky things that weren’t a problem, but were just odd: Artwork (SF city-scapes and coastal scenes) were hung comically high on the walls. Shower door looked like it once had a barn-door-style slider section (hardware was there) but there was no slider door. Half of the glass shower wall was open to the rest of the bathroom. Bad caulking job made the upscale-style shower look cheap. Refrigerator and coffeemaker were inside the bathroom—I’ve never seen that before. Some misses that we didn’t like: The floor was not clean. It was sticky like a movie theater, and we found hairs here and there. This was so odd, since the rest of the room was so very clean! The bathroom was missing some of the baseboard. There were only 3 tissues in the box provided. The toilet was loose, not secured well to the floor. We booked this hotel thinking it would be a bit nicer than its nearby competitors. If we return, however, we will likely try one of them instead, just for comparison. It’s too bad—a little maintenance and clean floor would have made this hotel our go-to when in the area.…
No welcome, no smile. IPO might be her name. I will stay elsewhere. Walkways are dirty and no one is friendly. We felt like we were interrupting her when we arrived. Choice can do better. You can renovate a building but customers count.