The Ramada Inn Washington sits on a scenic hilltop location and features a spectacular 2-story lobby finished in handcrafted oak.
The hotel is part of the Ramada chain, which opened its first hotel --– a 60-room facility --– in Flagstaff, Arizona in 1954. The name "Ramada" is derived from the Spanish term "rama" (meaning branch) and was applied to temporary open air structures called Ramadas that were made of brush or branches (similar to an arbor) and were popular in Arizona during harvest time.
Free high-speed wireless internet access is offered in all guest rooms, and the business class rooms feature large work desks.
The Gallery Restaurant serves casual American fare and in the Oakwood Lounge watch your favorite sports channels on TV or play your favorite video games.
The hotel is open 24-hours a day.
Free, on-site parking is available.