The new Cambria Hotel & Suites. Rendering via Choicehotels.com
After several years of construction and planning, the new Cambria Hotel in the Warehouse District opened last week.
Located at 632 Tchoupitoulas Street, the 162-room newly constructed Cambria hotel is located in the Warehouse District. Developers Fillmore Capital Partners and Fillmore Hospitality broke ground on the project in 2015.
“This is another important milestone for the Cambria Hotels brand as we continue to open in markets with a balance of cultural and corporate offerings demanded and valued by today’s modern traveler,” said Janis Cannon, senior vice president, upscale brands at Choice Hotels. “We’re thrilled to once again have worked with Fillmore Hospitality to bring this great property to market. It follows recent Cambria and Fillmore Capital Partners openings in Los Angeles – LAX, Chicago Magnificent Mile, and Southlake – DFW.”
The Cambria Hotel New Orleans Warehouse District property features contemporary on-site dining, serving a menu comprised of local specialties, signature cocktails and area craft beers, as well as freshly prepared grab-and-go gourmet salads and sandwiches. The property also includes 1,200 square feet of meeting space and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Choice Hotels again teamed up with Fillmore Hospitality, a management company that provides a full spectrum of development, investment and property management services to owners of hotels and resorts throughout North America. Fillmore has now opened four Cambria hotels, and early next year will expand the brand to Nashville.
“Choice Hotels has been a tremendous collaborator every step of the way, providing all of the resources to help us open the doors to now four Cambria properties,” said Ron Silva, Fillmore Capital Partners president and CEO. “New Orleans is a city of rich history and year-after-year one of the most popular U.S. cities for leisure and business. This new Cambria property is in a prime location where guests can truly experience all of this city’s charm.”