Cambria Hotels announces second location in California’s wine regions

by | 19 Sep 2021 | Hotel Openings, Projects

Developed by Stratus Development Partners, the newly opened Cambria Hotel Napa Valley is ideal for connoisseurs wanting to explore the Golden State’s iconic vineyards.

The debut of Cambria Hotel Napa Valley follows on from the recent launch of another Californian property with strong viticultural links, Cambria Hotel Sonoma Wine Country.

Entry to Napa Valley

The upscale brand franchised by Choice Hotels International, Cambria Hotels, is forging ahead with its US expansion plan with the launch of this four-storey, 90-room hotel developed by Stratus Development Partners.

Cambria Hotel Napa Valley is conveniently placed for fans of the eponymous wine region at 320 Soscol Avenue, Napa. This places guests within walking distance of the downtown area and ensures they can easily access major attractions like the Napa Wine Train, Oxbow Market and Silverado Trail.

The hotel should also benefit business travellers, however, given its proximity to major employers such as Allied Universal Security Systems, Department of State Hospitals – Napa, Queen Valley Medical Center and Napa Valley College. Napa County Airport is just eight miles away too.

Janis Cannon, senior vice president of upscale brands for Choice Hotels, said: “Home to more than 40,000 acres of sprawling vineyards, 400 wineries, acclaimed Michelin-rated restaurants and many popular activities, including hiking, hot-air ballooning, horseback riding, cycling and golf, the Cambria Hotel Napa Valley is a perfect option for guests looking to explore. Bordering the Napa River and surrounded by northern California’s stunning natural scenery, this hotel offers an unparalleled upscale experience, whether you’re a wine or outdoor enthusiast – and we’re thrilled to now offer two hotels in this majestic part of the country.”

A locally inspired hospitality experience

The upscale hotel features an array of multipurpose indoor and outdoor spaces for work and relaxation, including an outdoor patio, fireplace and spa. Its locally inspired decor is designed to reflect the personality of the surrounding community.

Dining options within the property include restaurant and bar Mary Elizabeth’s, highlighting local produce and regional craft beers, as well as a 24-hour marketplace with fresh grab-and-go items. Visitors can stay in contemporary and sophisticated guestrooms with amenities such as design-forward fixtures, abundant lighting and plush bedding, as well as spa-style bathrooms with Bluetooth mirrors.

There are also multifunctional meeting and event spaces and a state-of-the-art fitness centre.

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