Cambria Hotels toasts new opening in Napa Valley

by | 06 Nov 2021 | Hotel Projects, Projects

Choice Hotels Internationals is celebrating the launch of an upscale property in one of the world’s most famous wine regions, Cambria Hotel Napa Valley Silverado Trail.

California’s wine tourism market has received a boost with the debut of a contemporary hotel in the city of Napa.

Napa welcomes Cambria Hotels

The newly opened Cambria Hotel Napa Valley Silverado Trail was developed, and is owned, by Stratus Development Partners.

Cambria Hotels prides itself on providing a thoroughly modern hospitality experience in an upscale environment, and its new Napa Valley property certainly delivers in this regard. The scheme benefits enormously from its proximity to local highlights such as the Napa Wine Train, Oxbow Market and Silverado Trail, while the downtown area is just a stone’s throw away.

Janis Cannon, senior vice president, upscale brands, Choice Hotels, said: “With expansive vineyards, wineries and much-admired restaurants, in addition to popular activities such as hiking, hot-air ballooning, horseback riding, cycling and golf, the Cambria Hotel Napa Valley places guests at the doorstep of everything that makes this area of the country so special. Surrounded by northern California’s picturesque natural scenery, rolling hills and bordering the Napa River, this hotel allows travellers to satisfy their wanderlust by combining elements to help them relax with local inspired design that makes for an authentically local stay – creating an unequalled upscale experience, whether visiting to explore wineries or the great outdoors.”

An upscale experience for the modern traveller

In terms of facilities, the property boasts flexible indoor and outdoor spaces that can be used for casual meetings and remote working, or for chilling out and having a drink. And the design aims to bring nature inside, with lots of glass used to create a connection between guests and the local environment.

Meanwhile, the Mary Elizabeth’s restaurant and bar serves up local dishes and craft beer, while those on the go can grab something to eat at the 24-hour market. There’s also a state-of-the-art fitness centre onsite, as well as flexible event spaces.

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