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JZ on 9/27/2021 8:12:19 PM:
While staying at any hotel after 3 nights of camping and riding would be luxurious, I strongly recommend against staying at this hotel in Cumberland. The amenities listed are misleading. Restaurant: Not Open Bar: Not Open Breakfast: Ridiculous - the smallest Quaker granola bar in the world + a banana and a bottle of water. What a joke. Thankfully there is a McDs a block away where I got something more substantive.

Willy from Alexandria,VA on 9/28/2021 1:57:21 PM:
I hate to burst your bubble, but what constitutes free breakfast has deteriorated pert near everywhere during the pandemic at hotels across this land. At least the Ramada is 30 bucks cheaper per night than the Fairfield Inn in Cumberland. For the price of Fairfield,I could stay at a B&B for the same price. Then again, I have heard good things about Fairfield Inn in Cumberland. For me, the big thing about riding the C&O and GAP is the journey, not the lodging. Cumberland is the third largest city on the C&O/Gap route. There are restaurants and Bars in downtown Cumberland. After a long day riding, I would personally go to a local joint than the hotel bar or restaurant.