"Nice Downtown Hotel"
We stayed in this Hotel for a week. The neighborhood is very safe and walking distance from ADO bus terminal. We took ADO buses (which we booked one day in advance) to visit Chichen-Itza, Tulum. Ask for the bus that goes to Tullum ruins, other busses go to Tullum city. Mercado 28 and 23 are also close by. If you like street food you can also visit Parque las palapas which is also near. We found that food in restaurants Pik Nik and Labna was better and cheaper than La Parilla. La Parilla is very close to Ramada, but Pik Nik and Labna are little further away. The staff at the hotel are very friendly and they answered all our questions and gave information when asked. We did not have any issues at all. We stayed in room 402.
"Great Hotel & Staff!"
The staff at Ramada Cancun are awesome! Very friendly, accommodating, had no issues communicating and the breakfast buffet is to die for! Very clean throughout the hotel, loved the large room and balcony. Felt safe at all times. We will be staying there again!
"Good for the price"
If you are looking for a bed and don't plan on spending a lot of time in the Hotel, this hotel will work. It's clean, nice shower and the breakfast buffet is excellent. Location is great, you can basically walk, taxi or bus anywhere in the city. We walked to the Oxo about a block away and purchased a couple Heineken and liter of pineapple juice for 54 pesos.. no tourist prices in this neighborhood. The hotel is secure, we didn't have any concerns staying here.
"Visiting as a Tourist"
The room and the hotel staff (Thank You Carlos/Daniel and others) are excellent. Value for money in perfect balance. Other advantages is the hotel is next to a main blvd called Tulum Avenue and close to ADO (pronounced Aadio) bus terminal where you can take the buses (out of town and airport) to Chichen Itza, Tulum (note there are two bus terminals in Tulum you need to go to the one next to the ruins), Playa Del Carmen and to the airport as ADO is the most cost efficient way to travel when in Cancun. Also, you can take the Route 1 and Route 2 (in town) buses to Zona Hotelara (Hotel Zone) for 20 pesos or roughly a dollar. Visit Playa Delphine by Route 1 bus where the giant "CANCUN" sign is there and a beautiful beach. Make sure you get down at Tulum Avenue Bus stop while coming back which is next to ADO Terminal. Within walking distance is Market 28 to buy any gifts and souvenirs. Please take one dollar bills with you as the folks you meet are really nice and your tip can make their day.
This is a great choice for those visiting Cancun for pleasure or work and are not real beach people. The Ramada is three blocks from the ADO bus station (luxury airport buses every 30 minutes for $5) and in the heart of the downtown restaurant district. Walk to Walmart and Mercado 28. A straightforward ride on the frequent R1 or R2 bus lines to the hotel zone as well as to the Isla Mujeres ferry. The hotel itself way exceeded my expectations, given the modest pricing. My standard room was modern, large, and very clean. The shower was larger than most, with plenty of hot water day and night. The room-specific airconditioner/heater was easy to use and quick to adjust. It also provided white noise coverage of sounds from the uncarpeted hallway. I was on the top (4th) floor facing the street, but I could hear no street noise. The room television offered about 20 channels, almost all Spanish language, with no English or Spanish subtitles. The breakfast buffet was excellent. Its $10 cost is not included in the room rate, but it was about the best breakfast buffet I have enjoyed, anywhere. And it is avaiable until 11AM. The front desk staff was friendly and helpful with my inquiries during my two night stay. The 1pm checkout time is more generous than most.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM