We liked this hotel and the price well enough that we extended our stay from two nights to three. It was a great staging location after visiting the Keys to stay before and after stopping at Everglades National Park. For our added day, we went to the Dante Fascell Visitor Center for Biscayne National Park, which wasn‘t too far, but we also went to Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden in Coral Gables, which was quite a drive, but this hotel was still a lot cheaper than those closer to Miami, so it was a worthwhile tradeoff. Ramada Florida City is an older motel-style hotel, but it seemed as if they‘d recently updated the carpet in our room. Breakfast included sausage and scrambled eggs, as well as juice, cereal, waffles, pastries, and yogurt. The breakfast room was small, but never too crowded. We never swam in the motel’s pool, but it looked nice. The electronic room key was one were you had to touch it to the lock rather than insert it, and I found it hard to use (and saw several others having trouble with it as well). The hotel‘s wireless internet service was weak and we never did get it to work, but they do have a pc for guest use in the lobby. Finally, if you park on the outside perimeter under a palm tree, make sure there aren‘t any dead fronds that are going to drop because we saw a big one fall and it could have done a lot of damage to a car.
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- Also Known As:
- Ramada Florida City Hotel Florida City
- Florida City Ramada