The Ramada Trenton (formerly the Holiday Inn Trenton) is located approximately 5.2km or 10 minutes by car from the National Air Force Museum of Canada. Other area attractions include Sandbanks Provincial Park and Pinnacle Playhouse. Downtown Trenton is approximately 9.2km from the hotel (Google Maps).
The hotel features three floors and 109 air-conditioned guest rooms. General amenities include an indoor swimming pool, a hot tub, a sauna, a fitness centre, an on-site restaurant and a bar/lounge area. The hotel also features free wireless Internet in the public areas, laundry services, limited room service, free parking, a business centre, meeting rooms, audio-visual equipment and exhibit space.
Each guest room at the hotel includes a coffee maker, an iron/ironing board, a desk, wireless Internet, satellite television, voicemail, free local calls, pay-per-view movies and daily housekeeping. Guests can request an infant crib and wake-up calls from the front desk.
The hotel contacting us in January of 2013 to inform that they will be doing renovations throughout 2013. Renovations will start with the pool.
Guests who stayed at the Holiday Inn frequently praised the hotel's rooms, staff, and nightly rate.
The Holiday Inn is apparently one of the lowest priced hotels in Trenton because a large number of guest reviewers praised the hotel for offering reasonably priced rooms. One guest reviewer stated that the hotel was "very affordable for families."
Thoughts regarding the staff were mostly positive and several guests felt that the hotel's workers were exceptional, polite, friendly and helpful.
Guest feedback regarding the rooms were also positive, with many guests describing the accommodations as "clean" and "large."
The overall quality of the hotel didn't impress some guests and there were a few complaints regarding the breakfast.
Breakfast isn't included in the price of the room and many guests were upset with the cost. They felt that the breakfast was overpriced. One guest complained about the quality of the breakfast and he described the food as "overcooked."
The Holiday Inn is an older hotel and complaints regarding the maintenance were widespread. The majority of guest reviewers agreed that the hotel needed renovating and there were frequent complaints of clogged sinks, broken faucets, broken refrigerators, broken coffee makers and worn carpets.
It should be noted that the hotel has informed us that they will be doing renovations to the hotel, starting in February 2013 and will last throughout the year.
guest reviews averaged 7.1 out of 10 points.
TripAdvisor.com ranked the Holiday Inn #4 out of 6 hotels in Trenton. Average guest ratings were 3.5 out of 5 points.
Hotels.com guest reviews averaged 3.7 out of 5 points at the time of writing.