Cambria Napa Valley Hotel Hosts Grand Opening Ceremony
NAPA, Calif .–made its official debut this month in Napa, marking Cambria’s fourth hotel in California and second in North Bay.
Local dignitaries joined representatives from Choice Hotels and Stratus Development Partners for a groundbreaking event on October 13 that included a groundbreaking ceremony. The four-story, 90-room Cambria Hotel Napa Valley was developed by Newport Beach-based Stratus Development Partners, LLC, who recently worked with the brand to open the Cambria Hotel Sonoma Wine Country.
The new hotel in Napa and the existing one in Sonoma are among 60 upscale Cambria properties franchised by Choice Hotels across the United States in cities such as Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, New Orleans, Phoenix and Washington, DC
As part of the local celebration, Stratus Development Partners presented a donation of $ 2,500 to the Napa Valley Community Foundation as a testament to the hotel’s support and appreciation for all the nonprofit does. for the community.
Located at 320 Soscol Ave. in Napa, the Cambria Hotel Napa Valley is conveniently located near popular wine country attractions such as the Napa Wine Train, Oxbow Market and the Silverado Trail; and within walking distance of downtown Napa, home to several shops, restaurants, art galleries and entertainment venues.
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The hotel is also close to some of the area’s largest employers, including Allied Universal Security Systems, Napa State Department Hospitals, Queen of the Valley Medical Center, and Napa Valley College.
Napa County Airport is 8 miles from the property, providing convenient access to the area.
“With expansive vineyards, wineries and much admired restaurants, in addition to popular activities such as hiking, ballooning, horseback riding, cycling and golfing, the Cambria Hotel Napa Valley puts guests at the doorstep of it all. which makes this part of the country so special, âsaid Janis Cannon, senior vice president, premium brands, Choice Hotels.
Fittingly, the artwork at Cambria Hotel Napa Valley was inspired by the graphic design patterns of 1976, the year of the “Judgment of Paris,” the international wine tasting competition that put the wine region of Napa Valley on the map.
The hotel’s large glass exhibition brings in the outdoors and offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding area. Versatile indoor and outdoor spaces, including an outdoor patio, fireplace, and spa, are great for working or relaxing, while the hotel also offers multi-functional meeting and event spaces.
Guests can dine on site at Mary Elizabeth’s restaurant and bar, which serves locally inspired cuisine and regional craft beers.
“Surrounded by scenic northern California natural landscapes, rolling hills and bordering the Napa River, this hotel allows travelers to satisfy their travel urge by combining elements to help them relax with locally inspired design that allows a truly local stay – creating an unparalleled upscale experience, whether it’s visiting vineyards or the great outdoors, âsaid Cannon.