Cambria Suites Miami Airport Opens
Thursday February 6th, 2014 - 10:00AM PBOAKG
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MIAMI—Representatives of Choice Hotels International, Inc., local business leaders and dignitaries today welcomed the new Cambria Suites Miami Airport-Blue Lagoon located in the Blue Lagoon District, less than five miles from the Miami International Airport.
The Cambria Suites Miami property is owned by locally based limited liability company, Sunflower Hospitality, and managed by Driftwood Hospitality. The 122-room Cambria Suites Miami hotel is new-construction and offers six floors, 85,500 sq. ft. and over 1,000 sq. ft. of meeting space.
"Cambria Suites continues to experience tremendous growth in top-tier, urban markets and we're excited to open our first hotel in Miami, Florida," stated Michael Murphy, SVP, upscale brands, Choice Hotels International. "Sunflower Hospitality and Driftwood Hospitality Management have proven to be phenomenal partners and we're confident they'll deliver the Cambria experience at its best—stylish, modern accommodations at a great value."
The all-suite guestrooms offer separate living, working and sleeping space, ergonomic chairs, moveable desks and upscale linens. Each suite allows guests to stay connected while they travel by enjoying the latest technology and prime entertainment with amenities such as flat-screen LCD TVs and MP3 jacks.
Like all Cambria Suites hotels, the Miami property will feature other amenities such as Reflect, a contemporary bistro serving a dinner menu comprised of local specialties created by Chef Michael DeMaria, as well as liquor, wine, beer and freshly prepared grab-and-go gourmet salads and sandwiches; Refill, a barista bar featuring coffee and a hot breakfast buffet; and Refresh, a fitness center.
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When you hear all the lodging industry projections for the months and years to come, much of the robust growth is forecast to be the result of the expected influx of travelers from China. In what could only be seen as good news for the industry, that expectation moved a little closer to reality when President Obama signed a visa waiver extension for Chinese travelers earlier this month.