Ambassador City Jomtien
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
TripAdvisor Reviews Ambassador City Jomtien Pattaya
Travel Blogs from Pattaya
We had to leave our beautiful island retreat at Kai Bae beach on Ko Chang, but that is DEFINITELY somewhere I'd like to return to. Along the way to our next stop our driver took us to a floating restaraunt that is known for its softshell and stone crab! We actually had to take a boat to get there!!! On the boat ride we saw hundreds of empty plastic …
... food that had huge quantities of sugar added. And I don't mean just a smaller mount of sugar but shovels of the stuff. On the first night I had a Papaya Salad that was sweeter than any desert I had eaten in India. It rivalled some of their Chais. It was so disgusting. The red curry was similarly afflicted. At other beach restaurants I had the same problem. In the end I had to get Ian to get his wife to write me a note saying “do not put sugar, brown sugar, ...
... a service which provided us with the letters of approval on the same day. Afterwards we went to the beach again, got some food, and walked along the strip for about 3 miles. Peter went on a jet-ski for half an hour, and then we just started walking back. There's really not much to do and see in Pattaya. I think most people only come here for one thing.
At around 5pm, the email with our approval letters come through, so we printed them off at the hotel, and ...
... a little better after I did. The rest of the afternoon was spent reading on the lounge (Ape House by Sara Gruen). After dinner (rice, potato soup and omelette) Aj, Beer, Jim and I put the puzzle we bought for them together. It only took us 1.5hrs to complete. A family of 5 from England have arrived and we get to meet them in the morning when we do our welcome ceremony at the elephant ...
... about 6 of them all ran off in different directions but all eventually ended up taking cover down the side of the mattress somewhere. We lifted up the mattress and found that they were in fact all heading for the same place; the hollow wooden bed frame via little holes and cracks. Now I don’t mind the odd creepy crawly and having a couple of cockroaches on the floor under your bed as you sleep is to be expected when backpacking but I really do have to put my foot ...