Cambria Hotels Grows Music City Presence With New Opening In Nashville
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Cambria Hotels Grows Music City Presence With New Opening In Nashville

ROCKVILLE, Md., Dec. 3, 2021 // PRNewswire // - Cambria Hotels, an upscale brand franchised by Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE: CHH), opens a second Music City location, the Cambria Hotel Nashville Airport. The hotel joins the Cambria Hotel Nashville Downtown as well as a future property under construction in Nashville's West End neighborhood near Vanderbilt University. 

"We know guests are yearning for their next adventure, and we're equally enthusiastic about satisfying their travel curiosity," said Janis Cannon, senior vice president, upscale brands, Choice Hotels. "We're pleased to welcome the Cambria Hotel Nashville Airport, which offers the best of both worlds to guests with its proximity to several leisure Music City attractions, professional sports teams, as well as area businesses. Home to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Nashville immerses guests to experience the soul of "Music City" through their up-and-coming art scene, eclectic boutiques and a food culture with southern roots, or they can dive into history at Centennial Park, which features a full-size replica of Greece's Parthenon. 

The 130-room Cambria Hotel Nashville Airport, located within the Royal Park Owners Association at 44 Rachel Drive in Nashville, Tennessee, offers free transportation to the nearby Nashville International Airport as well as convenient access to the offices of several major corporations, such as Nissan North America, HCA Healthcare, Dollar General Corp and Bridgestone Americas. The hotel is just a short drive from the One Century Place Conference Center, Grand Ole Opry, Opry Mills mall, Bridgestone Arena and Lower Broadway, where guests can hear live music at the renowned "honky tonks" and visit the Johnny Cash Museum. Guests can also explore various shops, restaurants, art galleries and entertainment venues.

The Cambria Hotel Nashville Airport features upscale amenities and approachable indulgences that appeal to modern travelers, including:

  • Multi-purpose indoor and outdoor spaces for productive work or relaxation.
  • Locally inspired design and décor, reflecting the unique personality of the surrounding community, including an outdoor saltwater pool in the shape of a guitar.
  • Full bar, featuring local Mid-South craft beers on tap, wine, specialty cocktails, and Tennessee whiskeys
  • Contemporary and sophisticated guest rooms, complete with design forward fixtures, abundant lighting and plush bedding.
  • Immersive, spa-style bathrooms with Bluetooth mirrors.
  • Onsite restaurant featuring locally inspired dishes and to-go options.
  • Nearly 7,000 square feet of multi-function meeting and event spaces.
  • State-of-the-art fitness center.

The Cambria Hotel Nashville Airport was developed by Athena Hospitality Group, a full-service development and management company based in Florence, KY. Athena owns and manages several Choice Hotels brands in the economy, midscale, upper midscale and now upscale segments, including one Cambria, seven Comfort, two Quality, and two Mainstay Suites open or in the pipeline across Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Ohio and Tennessee. The company was also awarded Choice's prestigious Premier Legacy honor in 2013, recognizing their commitment to enhancing the company's family of brands.

All Choice-branded hotels are participating in Commitment to Clean, an initiative that builds upon the strong foundation of franchisees' long-standing dedication to cleanliness with enhanced training and best practices for deep cleaning, disinfecting and social distancing. Additionally, Cambria guests can limit their interactions with hotel staff by using the Cambria Contactless Concierge Service, a text messaging service for housekeeping requests, to-go food orders, meeting room requests and more.

© 2021 Choice Hotels International, Inc. All Rights Reserved

SOURCE Choice Hotels International, Inc.



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