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This charming hotel is set in Painted Post. Customers will find the airport within 6. 8 kilometre(s). The 125 welcoming rooms offer a perfect place to relax at the end of the day. Travellers may keep updated with the internet or Wi-Fi access available on the property's communal areas. This property offers a 24-hour reception service, so that guests' needs will be fully met at any time of the day or night. Pets are not allowed at Holiday Inn Ithaca Downtown . There are business facilities and services for guests' added convenience. A fee may be chargeable for some services.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reviewed 28 november, 2021
Just wanted a quick getaway from everything. The Hotel Ithaca provided a comfortable, stress free time and the food from the breakfast restaurant was fabulous. The location was great for shopping or hiking or just chilling out.
Ithaca in the off season
Reviewed 19 november, 2021
I had a very pleasant stay during my 4 days at the Hotel Ithaca. Personnel was very friendly and helpful. Room quality is high and all appliances are well maintained. Pool and breakfast grill were unfortunately closed because of COVID. Parking space was plenty available at the hotel. The hotel is conveniently located in the town center close to many restaurants and easy to find. If I get another chance to come to Ithaca I would stay there again.
Overnight at Hotel Ithaca
Reviewed 16 november, 2021
In general I think this is probably a good hotel and we got a bit unlucky with the room cleanliness. My sister stayed here in the past and recommended it to me. I doubt the hotel will let this happen to another quest again, but to be on the safe side I recommend checking the bathroom floor and the bed sheets as you first arrive so that you can request a room change if needed.
High End Prices, Red Roof Cleanliness
Reviewed 28 october, 2021
The room itself is beautiful and the hotel is in a good location. That's where anything positive ends. The parking is limited (yes, we knew there was more parking, even that wasn't enough) and very TIGHT. My real issue is that the room was FILTHY. Dirt, hair, grass, leaves were all over the floor. The sink and mirror had obviously not been cleaned. The bed was comfortable, but how can you relax when you know the sheets probably haven't been changed? The lobby was clean but the elevators and halls, also dirty. Yuck. When I found out what my mom paid for the room I was horrified. Keep looking for a hotel......
A 3-star hotel trying to get a 5-star crowd!
Reviewed 25 october, 2021
This was my first time staying at this hotel under its current name. It was previously both a Holiday Inn and a Ramada and honestly was a much better hotel under those brands. The property is nice enough and has good curb appeal but there is really nothing more that you are going to get with the high room rate they expect you to pay to stay there. We were located in the new addition (not the tower) and despite being a balcony room the space was small and the room basic. The faux wood (tile) floors squeaked almost anywhere you walked and the sounds of the entire wing seemed to funnel down to our room at various peek and off peak times. We had a few one-off annoyances like staff loudly talking right outside our door but I then not to let things like that affect a review. The poor (seemingly budget) contraction of this addition make our stay unpleasant in several ways however. Every time the upstairs hues open their patio door (and they did so often as they certainly should be entitled to do) it felt and sounded like a freight train zipping through our room. No restaurant or bar or lounge space open during our stay (blamed on Covid but so many other establishments in town were packed and thriving so it would have been nice to be able to have a cocktail or meal without leaving the property and there didn’t seem like there was a valid reason why the restaurant was only open for breakfast as they had a banquet dinner event there during our stay. The hotel seems to market to high school and collegiate team sport which is fine. We ran into lots of student groups and that is perfectly fine. But, a hotel like this really should be targeting a different demographic in my opinion. If this were a $150-200 per night Days Inn or Clarion then I would be telling you to book immediately for a clean basic stay that was worthy of 5 stars. As is though, it is just a bare bones solid 3-star stay that charges 5 star luxury rates.