The Ambrose Hotel provides a distinctive and meaningful guest experience through the
development and operation of our LEED* Certified hotel. Our unique approach to hospitality centers on a deep
commitment to both guest satisfaction and environmental preservation. By carefully blending sustainable living,
stylish design, appreciation of local culture, and attentive service, we create an inspirational lifestyle that
is highly sought after.
Based in Santa Monica, California, the Ambrose Hotel is an acclaimed eco-boutique hotel dedicated to providing
exceptional hospitality while minimizing the negative environmental impacts of hotel construction and operation,
while surpassing industry standards by introducing a fresh perspective on sustainable hospitality.
The Ambrose Hotel offers a guest experience that is rendered with a diversity of environmentally respectful practices.
Nourishment is provided through locally grown and organic foods. Our soothing environments are cleansed with natural,
non-toxic products. We prudently borrow the earth’s resources through environmental management techniques. An innovative
guest loyalty program rewards conservative energy use, encouraging thoughtful global citizenship. We express
appreciation of our local community through charitable service and philanthropic donations. At the Ambrose Hotel,
guests rest well knowing they have made responsible lifestyle choices without sacrificing comfort or style.
It is our innovative combination of luxury, culture, high design and sustainability, that have earned the Ambrose
Hotel a loyal following of discerning travelers aspiring to make a difference in the world. Our creation of
naturally beautiful boutique hotel environments with a conscience is what makes us the Ambrose Hotel.
*The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™ is the nationally
accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings. LEED
promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human
and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection,
and indoor environmental quality.