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Ambassadors Hotel Motel, Adelaide

Ambassadors Hotel is centrally located within the Adelaide central business district with budget accommodation. All rooms have ensuites, tea and coffee making facilities, direct interstate and overseas telephones, colour television and all rooms are air conditioned. Ambassadors Hotel also offer guest laundry, facsimile service, tour advice and they have backpacker rates on application. This is one of Adelaide’s best known and oldest hotels, heritage listed and is a great hotel catering for the whole family. Lunch and dinners are available Monday to Friday and breakfast is available seven days a week.

Accommodation Options


One double or one queen and one or two singles.


One single bed.


Two single beds or one double bed.


Three single beds or one double and one single.

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