Name of hotel is "Ace Hotel". Which is correct: "I am staying at Ace", "I am staying at the Ace" or neither?
Whatever a hotel calls itself, we always seem to use "the" when naming them.
"I'm staying at Hilton" => "I'm staying at the Hilton"
"I'm staying at Holiday Inn" => "I'm staying at the Holiday Inn"
So it will not be "I'm staying at Ace." But can we say "I'm staying at the Ace?"
It certainly fits the pattern, it's just a question of whether your listener would know that you meant the Ace Hotel when you say "the Ace." In a context where it's clear you're talking about a hotel, you can omit "hotel", for example, "I'm staying at the Embassy Suites. Where are you staying?" "The Ace."With large, very well-established hotel chains (Hilton, Sheraton, Best Western, etc.), their names are so well known, you don't need to include "hotel" even in an ambiguous context, for example: "I just came from the Hilton."
So is the Ace Hotel known well enough to omit "hotel?" I would guess that it's not. There's an Ace Hotel where I live, but if you told me, "I just came from the Ace" I would probably not understand that you meant the Ace Hotel.