Ramada established its headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, where the chain built the Sahara Hotel on North 1st Street downtown in 1956 (which later became the Ramada Inn Downtown) and a 300-room Ramada Inn in the 3800 block of East Van Buren in 1958, which would become the chain’s flagship property and headquarters. Isbell, like his contemporary, Holiday Inn hotel-chain founder Kemmons Wilson, came up with the idea of building and operating a chain of roadside motor hotels while on a cross-country trip with his wife Ingrid and their three children.

Space Name Max Capacity
Pluto upto 20
Galaxy Hall (Indoor) upto 300
Open Air Banquet upto 100
Mercury upto 12
Venus upto 25
Naptune with 02 Pillars upto 95
Mars upto 100
Jupiter upto 500
Jupiter West upto 160
Jupiter East upto 160
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Location – Govind Marg, Raja Park, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004
Nearest Airport – Jaipur International Airport
Venue Type – Banquet Halls · Hotels · Restaurants · Party Halls · Resorts · Marriage-Halls · Party Lawns.

Ramada’s logo featured a friendly bald innkeeper dubbed “Uncle Ben” from its inception in the 1950s until around 1976. He wore an apron (later a suit and tie) and held a top hat in one hand, while holding a red trumpeted banner that read “Ramada Inn Roadside Hotels” in the other. From 1976 to 1982, the chain’s logo was a simple rounded rectangle with the words “Ramada Inn” in gothic Western-style lettering from the original design. Ramada used a revised, rounded rectangular design with more “modern” lettering from 1982 to 2004.

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