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Choice Hotels Welcome New Hamilton Property

24 September 2013

Choice Hotels Welcome New Hamilton Property

Choice Hotels has added an impressive property to its accommodation offering in inner city Hamilton.

Quality Hotel Ambassador (formerly The Ambassador Motel) joined the Choice Hotels group this month offering centrally located accommodation to suit a range of travellers from corporates, to families and large sporting or tour groups.

The property has recently undergone extensive refurbishments and now boasts 38 studio rooms and 13 suites offering quality accommodation, without compromising the retro charm of the property.

Rooms consist of executive and business studios, and one and two bedroom suites with Wi-Fi and Sky TV in every room. The hotel also has a fully equipped conference room available for hire, comfortably accommodating 15-25 people.

Onsite is Quality Hotel Ambassador’s own café, bar and restaurant, Cube Lounge, which is open 7 days a week. Cube Lounge was built in the 1970s and still retains a lot of the characteristics of this era in its interior.

The recently upgraded hotel pool and barbecue area provides a comfortable setting for hotel guests to relax and socialise.

Located in the heart of Hamilton, Quality Hotel Ambassador is within short walking distance to Waikato Stadium, Claudelands Event Centre, an array of great bars and restaurants and is just 20 minutes from Hamilton Airport.

Aileen Cobern, Choice Hotels’ general manager sales and marketing, is pleased to welcome Quality Hotel Ambassador Hamilton to the Choice Hotels group.

“Quality Hotel Ambassador is conveniently located in Hamilton’s CBD which provides another great accommodation option for corporate travellers or large groups,” she says. “The 1970’s charm throughout the hotel gives guests an insight into the care the owners have taken to preserve this history of the property during the extensive refurbishment.”

For further details on Choice Hotels properties throughout New Zealand, please visit www.choicehotels.co.nz

About Choice Hotels Australasia
Econo Lodge®, Comfort™, Quality™, Clarion®, Clarion Collection®, Ascend Hotel Collection®, Choice Hotels Australasia™ and Choice Hotels® are proprietary trademarks of Choice Hotels International, Inc. Choice Hotels Australasia is part of Choice Hotels International, which franchises more than 6,000 hotels worldwide including more than 270 in New Zealand, Australia and Singapore. For NZ bookings and information contact 0800 803 524.

For New Zealand bookings and information contact 0800 803 524.

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