The 4-star H?tel Ambassador-Monaco is situated in a convenient position at 4 minutes from the Monaco train station, a link with others cities of south France but also few minutes from the Casino's Square and at the feet of the Prince's Palace, residence of the Royal Family.This H?tel as well located near the new technological Port 'Hercule' is ideal for guests admirative of luxurious yachts and cruising ships or curious of being at one of the focus points of the Grand Prix Formula 1 Race, start and winning point of the magnificent F1 bolides. H?tel Ambassador-Monaco offers 50 comfortable, quiet rooms, all with air conditioning and private services with bathtub or shower, hairdryer, minibar, safe, cable TV, Telephone with internet line connection, as well as WIFI System. After a long day under the sun and before enjoying the various night activities of the principauty, hotel Ambassador Monaco proposes its famous restaurant MALIZIA offering Italian Gastronomical cuisine in a Liberty Style setting, plus the possibility of savouring dishes skilfully prepared by the prestigious Chef. Monaco is definitely the place to be especially being at the Ambassador for a long quiet and luxurious stay. Guests should note that local city tax is not included in the rate booked. This will be charged directly to guests by the hotel and payable at check in/out.
Distance to city centre 22km
Distance to beach 1.8km
Distance to airport 20km
Address: +37797979696, Avenue Prince Pierre, 10, Monaco, France
Monte Carlo, Monaco, France
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We book to stay at this hotel for a night on our way from Nice to Portofino. The hotel is strategically located and a short walk to the water front. There is no car park provided at this hotel but you can park at the car park below the building opposite.
The lobby is very simple and small but cosy with just an old lift to get to the upper floors. We were given a room at the last second floor at the very end. And we have to walk pass the fire escape to get to another corridor where the last 4 rooms are located.
The room is quite simple but has been upgraded as the bathroom has quite new sanitary wares. The roof is not big with a King bed. It has a flat screen tv on the wall and a mini bar. The tv has quite a lot of channels of many languages but if your preferred language is English then probably about 5 channels are available. The bed is just alright nothing to shot about for me.
The breakfast is simple which is typical for this size of hotels at this part of the world. Almost everything is served cold apart from the hard boiled eggs and toasted bread. And of course the hot drinks are available.
All in all the hotel is fine just for a night stay.
Its location is it's only advantage.
The hotel itself is very tired and needs completely renovating....including staff. Rooms were adequate and clean but if you're hoping for a good night's sleep beware the mattresses are 'rock hard' and extremely uncomfortable. Televisions don't work....no signal!
Breakfast not the best...Ibis budget has a better selection and food is old.
Staff with one exception are lacking a smile and not that helpful.
It served its purpose as we needed a hotel in close proximity to a venue we were attending but definitely not a hotel we would choose again.
Value for money? No! I guess it's cheap for Monaco but expensive by ordinary standards. By contrast we stayed in the Novotel Suites in Nice and everything was superb for far less money.
Just an average hotel with nothing special to offer in my opinion, but it is well priced for this most expensive country.
The elevator always felt like it was about to break down - not such a reassuring thing considering I was on the 4th floor and needed to use it.
My room was fine, but the cleanliness should be better. I also have reservations regarding the separate room for the toilet and a wash hand basin. So after using the toilet, there was no way to wash your hands before touching the door handles - thus allowing germs to spread very easily in my opinion. Bed was not that comfortable. The bed wasn’t all that comfortable either.
The view from Room 48 is stunning I should add - there are views in the distance of the Casino de Monte-Carlo and the Yacht Club
The staff weren’t the most friendly either I ought to add.
All this being said however, if you want to spend the night in Monaco this hotel is probably one of the most economically sensible.