Terrell on 10/21/2013
Recently stayed for Bridgewater's Homecoming weekend Oct 18-19 in room 263..Awoke in the morning to find a black object moving on girlfriends pillow..captured the insect and concluded it was a bedbug..mins later she found another one on the pillow that was full of blood..She had no bite marks but I had two circles of bites on my lower back..Informed the front desk and went to breakfast and was placed in a new room (250)..Throughout the rest of day and next morning more bites appeared all over th
e upper body from arms, back, neck, chest, and hand..The manager offered 50% off on NEXT stay!!
Anonymous on 05/10/2013
Friday, May 3, 2013, Room 255
My brother, sister-in-law and I shared this room, as we were attending JMU graduation the next day.
By the evening of May 4, my arms, face, back, and chest were covered with inflamed red bites, which my physician diagnosed as bed bug bites on Monday, May 5. Bites on my sister-in-law and brother emerged several days after we stayed there.
My brother reported it to the hotel management who said they "would take care of it." They did confirm to him subsequen
tly that they found the bugs. I have sent a letter to the local Health Department, and notified corporate Ramada, who take a week to respond.
The management told my brother they would refund him half of the room rate. Trust me, this is not enough of a response from this hotel chain, not only for the pain and suffering, but also for doctor fees and a visit to my home by the Orkin man. In view of the fact that another guest reported an infestation on this Registry, shame on Ramada. Caveat emptor.
Anonymous on 11/24/2011
My wife and I stayed here and she actually brought the bed bugs, in a cup, to the Front Desk so they could see them. Not much satisfaction. Just beware.