Since almost fifty years, our efforts have been orientated to the plasure of "welcoming". Our goal is to create a warm, welcoming and relaxing atmosphere, where guests feel like at home.Kindness, expertise and reserve characterize our staff, which loves to welcome guests with passion, opening our "Home" doors.
Hotel Ambasciatori is located in one of the most important areas of Brescia, along the main route that connects the northern part of the city with the city centre. The quiet position, at only 700 meters from the historical centre together with some rooms with a panoramic view over the Castle, characterize this hotel as a comfortable and elegant place, suitable for both working and tourist needs. Our location it is just few minutes from the Santa Giulia Museum, new Unesco World heritage site, Piazza del Duomo, Piazza della Loggia, Brixia Romana and all the art tresures.You will be surprised and fascinated by Brescia and its real beauty.The nearness to the universities and the main hospital, reachable by foot, makes our position even more optimal.
Special kindness of the staff
the bed was very comfortable and the staff helpful.
It was nice and homely and especially the reception staff was very kind and helpful/The loby was nice and the breakfast was quite good although i could not touch the lovely cakes due to my diet
Service was excellent
Lights need to be on in the Gym....
Staff, hospitality, friendliness, professionalism. Would stay there again if visiting Brescia.
Decor a bit shabby. Not 4 star starndard as far as design is concerned.
it is an old hotel, and that reduces the hotel confort... A new refurbishement would improve teh hotel quality
We mostly liked the sincere, accomodating staff. They really went out of their way to make the guests feel comfortable and to ensure that we had an enjoyable stay.
the breakfasts; friendly bar service in the evening despite our being the only people in the bar
if you had the window open at night, it was noisy; if you did not it was too hot.
A little bit noisy during the night (because of the ambulances) because too close to the hospital