Photograph of a large bed in a bedroom in the Ambassador Hotel. "A bed fit for a king -- or a Soviet Premier, at least. Black corduroy covers seven-foot-square expanse in the $166-a-day suite" -- Examiner clipping attached to verso, dated, "September 10, 1959".; "By Kay Waymire. From the moment the big black door with it huge brass knocker swings open on his arrival a week from Saturday at the Ambassador Hotel, Premier Khrushchev will be surrounded by capitalistic comfort. For Comrade Khrushchev, a man of humble beginnings, will occupy a "Royal Suite" -- a lavish two-room apartment that lives up to its name. From its king-sized bed -- a seven-foot square covered in black corduroy -- to its discreetly tasteful living room accented with Oriental objects d'art, the $116 per day suit is plush" -- Examiner clipping attached to verso, dated, "September 10, 1959".; Streetscape.