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Ramada Limited - Leamington, Ot
201 Erie Street
Leamington, ON N8H3A5
Nightly Rates (178.32 - 178.32)
Welcome to the new Ramada Leamington, voted #1 Guest Rated hotel and located in the #1 place to live in Canada. Home away from home experience Families, Groups and Sports Team Welcome NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR MAY 2007. PLEASE CALL THE HOTEL DIRECTLY AT 519-325-0260 AS SPACES ARE LIMITED Property features: Child 13-17 $7.50 charge 77 Rooms Free deluxe continental breakfast - now offering Fresh Belgian Waffles! Indoor heated swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, fitness room Ramada Mart, offering 24-hour availability of food and sundry items Applebee's Neighbourhood Grill and Bar now open (directly across the street) Beautifully appointed rooms, spacious suites, including business class rooms and Jacuzzi suite Ramada Lounge and Patio Opening July 2006 Free Ultra High Speed Wired and Wireless Internet Computer Kiosk with free internet access available in the lobby Free local, credit card and calling card telephone calls Easy access to downtown and area attractions Voicemail and data port telephones 27 inch remote controlled cable, color televisions Hospitality Room available for large groups Friendliest staff in town Ensuring you a home away from home experience Truckers welcome (ample truck parking) Buses and Tour Groups Welcome (Ample parking) Indoor Pool Hours: 5AM to 10 PM One Bed Room Maximum Occupancy: 3 people Two Bed Room Maximum Occupancy: 5 people with extra bed option Ramada Lounge and Patio Opening July 2006 Watch for the opening of our new lounge, patio and breakfast room opening July 2006 Note: Children 12 and under - 1 child will stay free per adult in same room. Extra children 12 under are $5.00 and Children 13-17 $7.50. Not valid for student groups NOTEProperty's Toll Free Number - 1-800-340-9841 NOTEProperty's website address - www.ramadaleamington.com
AM/FM Alarm Clock
Coffee Maker in Room
24 Hour Front Desk
No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
Safe Deposit Box
Safe Deposit Box
Fitness Center or Spa
Television with Cable
Audio Visual Equipment
Free Local Telephone Calls
Modem in Room
Modem Lines in Room
TV Remote Control
Wheel Chair Access
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Canadian Dollars is the native currency.
Check in time is 03:00 PM
Check out time is 11:00 AM
Time Zone is GMT-5
Opened in 2003
All Hwys from North - To 401 West London/Windsor exit 48; Hwy 77
Leamington; Turn left and follow Hwy 77 into Leamington; Hotel
is 2 blocks South of Hwy 3 bypass on the right hand side.
All Hwys to Ambassador Bridge Canada - Hwy 3 East to Leamington;
Turn right at Hwy 77 (Erie St North); Two blocks South on right hand
401 West Windsor Exit 48 Hwy #77 Leamington; turn left; follow
#77 into Leamington pass Highway #3 bypass; Right hand side before
Hwy #3 Leamington Turn right on Highway #77; 2 blocks from Hwy
#3 on Right side.
Detroit Intl - I 94 to Ambassador Bridge Hwy #3 East to Leamington
Right turn onto Erie St N/Hwy #77 2 blocks right hand side.
Windsor Airport - Division Road to Walker Rd; turn left onto Walker
to Highway #3 East; Highway #3 East to Hwy #77; Turn right travel
South Right hand side.
Windsor Airport, Detroit International Airport
The Flamingo Restaurant - 319 Erie St. South
The Flamingo Restaurant "continuing the tradition of great food at reasonable cost in comfortable surroundings." Come for breakfast, daily lunch specials, or appetite satisfying dinners. Variety includes Greek, Canadian and Italian.
Applebee`s Neighbourhood Grill & Bar- located across the street from the hotel, is designed as an attractive, friendly, neighbourhood establishment featuring moderately priced, high quality food, table service and Carside ToGo service, all in a comfortable atmosphere that appeals to all ages. Visit us today!
Gilligans - 26 Erie St. North
BURGERS! BURGERS! BURGERS! Voted Leamington's best, Gilligan's offers you one of the biggest burgers around along with many other entrees. Come and experience the Gilligan's MacAttack - The Real BIG MAC!! Who says Less is More? At Gilligans it's More for Less
Joeys Only Seafood
Located on 245 Talbot St. West Joeys Only offers a wide variety of seafood favourites including Salmon, Shrimp, Crab, Calamari, Scallops, Mussels and Sole to name a few. Joeys Famous Fish & Chips are hand-cut and hand-battered with a choice of Pollock, Haddock or Halibut and our Tennessee Jacks chicken and ribs are a taste second to none. Ask for discount coupons at the front desk!
Point Pelee National Park
Point Pelee National Park is a small green oasis that juts out into Lake Erie. The Park is internationally known for its spring and fall migrations of birds and monarch butterflies. A transit service transports visitors to the tip from April through October. Interpretive programs and exhibits are featured at the Visitor Centre. Visitors can rent bicycles and canoes at the Marsh Boardwalk, or hike and swim. Skating and cross country skiing available when conditions.
Hillman Marsh Conservation Area
An 850-acre marsh, this is one of the premiere areas for viewing marsh life. Bald Eagles are residents. Rarities such as Yellow-headed Blackbird, Willet, Marbled Godwit, Eurasian Wigion, Glossy Ibis and Western Kingbirds are often reported here. The site can provide excellent birding both spring and fall.
The Passage, a strip of water between Pelee Island and Point Pelee, quickly became known by sailors as one of the most treacherous passages of Lake Erie. Since the mid 1800s, over 275 ships have been recorded as having sunk somewhere in the depths of the waters of Pelee Passage. In the process, the deep waters of Lake Erie claimed the lives of numerous sailors and passengers and destroyed thousands of dollars worth of cargo and machinery. Fifty locations have been identified and fifteen ships have been marked with a mooring buoy system for public exploration. The average depth is about 12 metres (40ft.), with the deepest being 22.5 metres (74 ft.). Shipwreck exploration provides a unique insight into the heroic and tragic stories of life on the open waters of Lake Erie.
Ontario's Wine Route
You will find yourself in one of the most gifted areas in the world for creating fine wine. Our four wineries, each bearing the Vintners Quality Alliance (VQA) symbol - a certification of the absolute highest quality, invite you to travel the "Southwestern Ontario Wine Route." Stop in and ask the on-site wine master about our grapes, our soil, our winemaking techniques, and learn more about the wines created . . . many are winning world acclaim!
Pelee Island Winery
Fitness Room On Site
D'Angelo Estate Winery
LeBlanc Estate Winery
Grape Tree Estate Wines
As Canada's most southerly inhabited point keeping its own time in "peace and tranquility", Pelee Island is "Canada's Best Kept Secret." The island is on the 42nd parallel, the same latitude as Northern California, Madrid Spain, and Rome Italy and is 14.5 km ( 9 miles) long and 5.5 km (3.5 miles) wide. A bicycle ride up the west shore is truly an extraordinary experience; a blend of aromas from the trees and plants unique to the island in combination with the offshore breezes is an absolute delight to the senses. Spend time at one of the beaches, go fishing, or visit one of many historic sites like the lighthouse at Lighthouse Point. Discover Vin Villa (c.1860), one of the country's earliest vineyard estates. The ruins are beautifully adorned by the natural vegetation of the island. Hike through Fish Point. Lighthouse Point or Stone Road Alvar nature reserves. Take a tour of the Pelee Island Winery vineyards and pavilion.
Looking for some excitement? Just 45 minutes away is the newly opened Casino Windsor with three floors of gaming to suit every player's needs. The Casino also boasts a complimentary entertainment venue and a 3,000-car parking garage.
Ferry Service / Leamington Dock
The Leamington dock is just a short five-minute drive from the doors of the Ramada Limited Leamington and remains the main waterfront attraction. Ferry service is offered from Leamington's dock and is included in the circuit between Pelee Island, Leamington, Kingsville, and Sandusky, Ohio. Take a relaxing boat cruise abaord the M. V. Jiimaan or the Pelee Islander over to Pelee Island. As you leave the mainland behind, the silhouette of Pelee Island becomes visible on the horizon. Catch a glimpse of lake freighters, fishing boats, and sailboats as the ferry makes its way across the lake. Look for the new Jet Express which charters to Put-In-Bay and Cedar Point, Ohio.
The full-service Leamington Municipal Marina is equipped with 336 wells, a picnic shelter, and a nautical theme park. Bike and car rentals are available. It is surrounded by a beautiful lake side sitting area kissed with dozens of brilliant flowers - the perfect place for an enchanting afternoon stroll. The marina is the host to many special events throughout the spring and summer months.
Colasanti's Tropical Gardens
A 3.5-acre greenhouse complex, housing the largest selection of cacti and tropical plants in Southwestern Ontario. This is a whole day event! The kids will love the indoor petting zoo, exotic birds and reptile exhibit, 18-hole indoor miniature golf course, a family entertainment centre and indoor jungle gym. Wander through the art gallery and craft shop featuring country crafts, Dept. 56 and snowbaby collectibles. Homemade fudge and preserves are available in the Bounty of the County store. Full dining area.
Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary
This world-famous sanctuary was created in 1904 by pioneer conservationist Jack Miner for the conservation of migrating wild ducks and Canada Geese. Best time to view peak migration, last two weeks' October, all of November. Museum, picnic area, viewing stadium and pond area; complimentary bird feed available.