Baby ( my big dog) and I spent one night there last September and we loved it. We are planning another trip this spring to spend more time at the Ramada and do some hiking in the area. The staff was friendly and helpful,room was clean and nice, food was good. No complaints what so ever.
I would say this! If I were sleeping with pigs I would have had a better time! These folks don't have any class as in not being an ass! But their is hope down the line, they can set them self's free from the over pigness that they have made of them self's! Clean up, Clean up, Clean up! Did you get it! Class, Class, Class! Not rich! Class....
this place is filthy. It looks like no one has used a vacuum or ajax in 10 years. we had stained sheets and yellow pillows. the restaurant also was dirty. needed to send my silverware back twice. I suggest you keep on trucking!
I stay here once a year. The rooms are clean, roomy and comfortable. A nice scenic panorama of the high desert landscape is visible If you get one with an outside view, the ones on the inside look down into a courtyard that can be quite lively if there is a special event going on. The staff is always friendly and the coffeeshop downstairs makes a great breakfast though there's nothing unusual on the menu, just the basic standards. The location is right on Highway 95 near the summit leading out of town south, to Goldfield, Beatty, Las Vegas, etc) and the local grocery store is in the same complex. The casino is a typical small town affair and offers an opportunity for a novice to try their hand at gaming before they hit the big city if so desired. Parking is never a problem, if there isn't a space out front, just drive around to the back where theres plenty of space even for an RV. Be sure to check out the downtown area of town and the museums, they are a fair hike on foot (mostly downhill from the hotel but then you have to climb back up to return) so it's best to drive, there's always parking in town and at the mining park. The locals are friendly and will be happy to direct you to where you want to go. Other places to eat are reasonably close by car, all are located on 95 heading north; El Marques (mexican food- closed on Monday), Banc Club (cafe inside a casino/bar), Ciscos (homestyle fast food) and finally Burger King on the north outskirts of town.
I have stayed here many times over the past 16 years, I do a trade show in las Vegas twice a year and each February I also do a trade show in Reno, I always drive from LV to Reno with my samples and always spend the night or sometimes two in Tonopah, the people who run the motel/casino are very nice, rooms are always clean, food and service is great. I recommend it highly.
My husband and I stayed here on our way to Vegas two weeks ago.
The service was outstanding and the employees were friendly and very helpful.
Our room was clean and quiet.
The interior decor of the hotel/casino was interesting because of the antiques and historical memoribillia.
The food and service in the restaurant was great too.
We will definetly stay here again.
It was a great place to stop before heading to the mine in Round Mountain I am from Las Vegas keep in mind and I had a great time here.. the food was great gambling was fun it does take to long for them to get to you when you have a jack pot or even just to cash out but it is fun to win so we dealt with it ..it is a neat little town..very helpful friendly people.