a traveler from Travelocity.com
on November 18, 2008
The Ambassador Hotel was great. It is a quaint, warm and friendly place in the heart of New Orleans. When I booked the room I did so because it was inexpensive and did not know what I might find. What I found was a place that from the frond desk to amenities was top-rate. The room had wonderful wide wooden plank floors and one of the walls was old brick. Care had been taken with the old building. The decor was also period and fit the room. Attached to the hotel was a wonderful resturant. I ate at the resturant and the food was as good as any I had had in New Orleans. I am a freguent trveller to the city. I definitely will add the Ambassador to my list of places to which to return. The only suggestion for improvement, would for the resturant to be open for breakfast. The staff though were very knowledgable about the city and directed us to a great eatery close by.
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