The Ambassador Motel

Address: 86 Ulster Street, Hamilton, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 86 Ulster Street, Hamilton, is near Hamilton Gardens and Hamilton Zoo.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Ambassador Motel Hamilton

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Hamilton


A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Dec 05, 2014

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... first guests in the re-furbished 5 unit motel. We have given him feedback, such as no running hot water in the kitchen sink, large plates, wine glasses and finally a good idea to put a liner on lovely brand new mattresses! We received a discount for 3 nights so we stayed 3 nights! He runs a lovely Pizzeria and coffee shop, makes his own ice cream, is obviously good at baking, but did not have decaf. Sad!
We took it easy on Saturday, mingling with the crowd, shopping ...


A travel blog entry by knotty on Oct 07, 2014

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... the way back. It won't take you long to look round but they have some quirky shops and you can pick up some yum local wines and cheeses and beers at "The Merchant of Tirau" there. And the Christmas Heirloom shop is cute...

You can have a dinner out for two or come home and have dinner with us... just as you like

Day 22. Constellation partially obscured

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Sep 19, 2014

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... we had four empty carrier bags and of course, we filled them! Loo roll, kitchen roll, a beer (!???), cheese, hummus, Tommy k, salt, pepper, herbs, soup, baked beans, tinned spaghetti, avocados, hand soap, washing up liquid, orange juice, mango juice, nuts, cereal, cooking sauce, fishing rod (we left that) for FREEEE we were so giddy on leaving. We did of course go to the supermarket to fill our fridge with the other essentials! We were already enjoy our camper ...

Farming in New Zealand

A travel blog entry by dianneswisher12 on Mar 22, 2014

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... about every aspect of the dairy farming business. He gave us a tour of the milking station where 30 cows are connected to the machine at once to be milked. The milk is then cooled and stored for pick-up by the dairy buying the milk. Much of the milk is processed into dry baby formula and exported to China and Japan. If the temperature is off even a little, the milk has to be destroyed or used to feed the calves. He can tell you how ...

February/ March, first experiences in New Zealand!

A travel blog entry by crissy.huberts on Feb 20, 2014

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... and feelings jumped in to my European bodyJ Nice to see the different kind of people, the variety, especially the ‘Kiwi’ and the ‘Maori’. A little summary of the history of NZ: Maori: supposed to be the first locals of NZ, that is what they are saying, but the Kiwi’s ( Kiwi’s are mostly people who have their roots in Europe, but the second and third generation is born in NZ ), are saying that that there was another ...