Historic hotel in the heart of downtown Kansas City, close to numerous restaurants and sights, this hotel kept the old charm with nice updares to meet today's traveler. I actually ordered some cookies when I returned late from Insomnia Cookies, they delivered fresh, warm goodness. Overall the hotel is nice, clean and the showers provide nice pressure which I find less likely these days and a welcomed surprise when shampooing my thick head of hair. I was traveling for work, but I could see how it could also be a nice romantic getaway as well.
It was very close to point of interest. It also had a great bathroom! The bed and pillows were extremely comfortable. The room was a smaller than I expected.
Front desk gave us all vouchers for free cover to get into the Power and Light district (worth $10 each) and vouchers for free cover for two of the bars within it. No refrigerator or microwave in room. Expensive parking.
Beautiful restoration. Excellent service. Surprisingly intimate in the middle of the city. 2 thumbs up!
The staff was very accommodating and attentive to our needs. Every recommendati
The Ambassador was really nice. Our room was great and cool looking, giant king size bed was comfy. They gave you free bottled water (as many as you needed), which was nice. The staff was really great as well. The highlight was the complimentary car service and their afternoon / night driver Bert. He was like a personal tour guide and knew a lot about the city. He also had really great restaurant and bar recommendations. He also got us into the Boulevard Brewing Tour last minute, which was booked out for the next six months. I didn't know this guy until the trip, but he really went out of his way to make my wife and I's KC experience worth while. The bathroom door didn't lock and their was no fan ventilation in the bathroom. The bar downstairs was pricey!