See why so many travelers make Ambra Cortina Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Cortina d'Ampezzo. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a minibar, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Ambra Cortina Hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast. If you are driving to Ambra Cortina Hotel, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Cortina d'Ampezzo, Ambra Cortina Hotel is located a short distance from Ciasa de ra Regoles (0.1 mi) and Stadio Olimpico del Ghiaccio (0.5 mi).
Cortina d'Ampezzo has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Il Vizietto di Cortina, Nero di seppia, and La Corte del Lampone, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for something to do, Centro Storico (0.1 mi), Funivia Faloria (0.1 mi), and La parrocchiale SS. Filippo e Giacomo (0.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Ambra Cortina Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Ambra Cortina Hotel as you experience all of the things Cortina d'Ampezzo has to offer.
During my last staying at hotel Ambra, we experienced and faced a very concerning matter,. One of the staff, from Moldavia, non authorised to get access to guests details ( dress, credit cards, etc) violated the rule wit no reason. Wwe have tried to get in touch with the manager or owners, in vain, more to get reassured that our details won't be used for illicit purposes. A few days later, we got an email threatening us to not mention the episode . I believe that I have the freedom to express and tell my experiences and nobody has the authority to forbidden me in a very aggressive and rude way, more4 so when it is hospitality industry. So people watch out who is behind the counter. Just a little detail, we have stayed there many times and never saw that night shift person from M Moldavia, who was rude and had no reasons to provide us for his behaviour. I still wonder, what these people could do with personal details, the company hotel Ambra should keep it safe and reassure guests that no Moldavian staff or any unauthorised staff could have access to and use such.…
We arrived at hotel Ambra in the midst of the Corona Virus with much upheaval occurring. In the midst of the concerns, Chiara, Alessia and the team did everything within their powers to ensure we had the best possible time that we could. The hotel is wonderfully positioned, the rooms were comfortable and the breakfast provided was excellent. I highly recommend this hotel.
We stayed here for a week. What a fantastic location, right in the very heart of Cortina, one block off the main shopping street, across the street from a ski rental place, and walking distance to the bus station and ski busses. Really, you would be hard pressed to find a more ideal location. The service was great. The staff speaks English well and bent over backwards to accommodate our every wish. The hotel is generally quite clean, with the exception of the tops of the poster beds, which are extremely dusty. The rooms are small but nicely decorated. The wifi works well. The bathrooms are modern- we had a double overhead shower. Breakfast was fine, with coffee or tea made to order. The bar near the reception is well stocked, again with drinks made to order. The downstairs ski storage room is modern and nicely appointed. Now the negatives: 1) The noise, noise, noise, noise. We stayed in room 17, and there was absolutely NO sound insulation whatsoever. We could hear everything our neighbors did and said. Moreover, our room was above the trash cans, and every morning at 5:50 we were awakened by the garbage truck making its pick up. The staff recycling bottles also woke us up on many occasions. 2) The ski room would have been great if the staff looked after it, but they seem to ignore its existence. Twice we returned from skiing to find the room locked from the inside (their is a keypad, but that doesn't help if the door is bolted from the inside). Moreover, twice we arrived to the ski room in the morning to find the boot heaters off and our boots still wet from the night before. This is just a little thing, but it means a lot. Also, to get to the ski room can be a perilous journey, down a steep driveway and many steps. 3) The owner has strange taste in art. To each their own, but I could have done without all the nudity. The statue of the topless woman at the front door is especially strange, as is the statue of the bound and gagged woman on the living room table. All in all, though, the positives far outweigh the negatives, and we are glad we stayed at the Ambra.…
We just had 3 days in Cortina staying at the Ambra. The staff were brilliant. The reception staff and the kitchen staff could not do enough for us and we cannot rate them highly enough. The rooms are very modern but small like most european hotels. The only gripe is that there is bath but no overhead shower, but rather it had a rectractable hose/showerhead, that didnt extend past your waist. Fantastic breakfats offering and aquaint bar for a night cap. Great location as well and central to everything including SkiBus, bus station etc. Hope to get back there one day !
We stayed here for just one night at the end of a walking tour in the Dolomites. We were welcomed with a drink in their sunny courtyard, and then taken to our beautiful and well equipped room, where the double shower and excellent toiletries were most welcome. Breakfast was excellent, including perfect eggs, and all staff were friendly, attentive and eager to please. We were even given bottled water for our onward journey. I wish we could have stayed much longer - maybe next time. Can’t recommend Hotel Ambra Cortina highly enough.