Friends chose the Ambassador for us and booked us a room since we were coming from the States. I must agree with some others that the website is a little deceiving. It is definitely a depressing looking hotel, the drab gray and dark blue exterior desperately needs painted and painted something brighter and modern. That would help tremendously!
The lobby, as always, is appealing. But that is where it ends in my humble opinion. Our room was on the back side, not sure why we were relegated to the back by the dumpster when it wasn't even 1/4 occupied but that's where we were. You do have outside and inside entrances, that is very nice. The hotel could be a showplace with a little investment!
Our room was just rundown. The carpet, the old dark emerald green, is way, way overdue for replacement. The bedding was okay, the bed was okay but the room itself needs help and a good cleaning. See my pictures of the floor at the bathroom door where the trim is coming up, someone could catch their toe on that and yikes! Also in the bathroom the counter on the sink is broken and just unsightly. These are actually little fixes!
Overall, service was good but when you are charging over $100/night, you shouldn't get a 1980's room. The Ambassador needs to replace all the carpet, paint and update, update, update those rooms!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking