Ramada Encore Hotel (Chatham) Reviews
Description:Western Ave, Chatham, Kent.
Newest Review: ... open a bill to your room. Prices are average and you can use their free WI-FI connection after getting an access code from the barkeeper. I noticed a small meeting room next to the entrance. This wasn't of any importance to us but might be interesting if you are looking for a meeting space somewhere in this area. The room: Our room was located on the second floor and we were handed a set ... more
Customer Ramada Encore Hotel (Chatham) Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/05/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
We'd booked a night at the Ramada Encore Chatham as part of a family package offered by Dickens World. The package included the entrance ticket to Dickens World, 1 night in the hotel for the 4 of us (2 adults, 2 children aged 8 and 9) in a family room, and breakfast. We booked a weekend in August and the deal cost us £109, which was cheaper than booking hotel and entrance tickets separately even though the hotel seems to have some very affordable offers. The hotel: From outside the hotel is just one big concrete block, clad in wood wherever there are no windows, and looking very little impressive. Although the property is fairly new the wood already ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 170 readings)
With quite a few family members in North Kent, a handful of old friends and (now) a client relationship to maintain, I seem to find myself in the area more often than I'd like. The Medway Towns, comprising Rochester, Chatham and Gllingham, are a curious mixture of old and new, with historic Rochester popular for its castle, cathedral and Dickensian history, whereas Chatham and Gillingham are famed more for being 'pure council' (never yawn for too long if you have gold teeth around here). The Ramada Jarvis is to the North of Chatham, the central of the three towns. The hotel has been built adjacent to the 'historic' dockyard, long since closed to industry, but ... Read the complete review
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