Cambria opens 352-room hotel at Anaheim, California

3rd February 2020 (Last Updated February 3rd, 2020 14:15)

Cambria Hotels, an upscale brand of Choice Hotels International, has opened a 352-room hotel at Anaheim in California.

Cambria opens 352-room hotel at Anaheim, California
From left to right: Mark Shalala, senior vice president, upscale development, Choice Hotels; Janis Cannon, senior vice president, upscale brands, Choice Hotels; Charles McNees, longtime landowner; Cory Alder, president, Nexus Development Corporation; Harry Sidhu, mayor of Anaheim; Lucas Fiamengo, general manager, Cambria Hotel Anaheim Resort Area; Angel Trubee, director of sales and marketing, Cambria Hotel Anaheim Resort Area. Credit: Choice Hotels International, Inc.

Cambria Hotels, an upscale brand of Choice Hotels International, has opened a 352-room hotel at Anaheim in California.

Called as Cambria Hotel Anaheim Resort Area, this 12-story property is Cambria’s 50th and largest hotel.

It features a 30,000ft2 waterpark with multiple water slides, along with a spacious main pool; an all-season indoor/outdoor bar overlooking the waterpark; and a fitness center.

The hotel’s menu items include area-inspired chicken tacos topped with avocado, lime, cabbage and pico de gallo and Cambria’s signature soup flight, which is a choice of three seasonal soups served with a grilled cheese sandwich.

Its interior design emphasizes ocean hues, corals and palms.

The hotel has convenient access to Disneyland Park and Disneyland California Adventure Park, along with the Anaheim Convention Center & Arena, Angel Stadium of Anaheim, and Honda Center.

Cambria has hotels across the US in cities such as Boston; Chicago; Dallas; Houston; Los Angeles; Nashville, Tennessee; New York; Phoenix; and Washington, D.C.

It plans to open properties soon in Detroit; Summerville, South Carolina; St. Petersburg, Florida; and more.

Choice Hotels International is a lodging franchisor with over 7,000 hotels, representing almost 575,000 rooms, in over 40 countries as of 30 September 2019.