Cambria breaks ground on Calabasas, Calif., hotel

[From left] Paul Kristedja, founding partner of contractor KPRS; Richard Weintraub, president/CEO of Weintraub Real Estate Group; Calabasas (Calif.) Mayor David Shapiro; Calabasas Mayor Pro Tem Alicia Bartley; council member Fred Gaines; and Scott Lockwood, director of development, western U.S., Cambria Hotels, break ground on the new Cambria Hotel Calabasas – Malibu. Photo credit: Choice Hotels International

Weintraub Real Estate Group broke ground on the 125-room Cambria hotel it is developing in Calabasas, Calif. Expected to open in early 2021, the Cambria Hotel Calabasas – Malibu will include an outdoor pool, a dining venue, meeting space and a fitness center.

The new hotel will further expand the upscale brand’s presence in California. Thought it only has the Cambria Hotel LAX in El Segundo, Calif., open currently, by the end of the year it expects to debut locations in Anaheim, Sonoma and Napa. Another hotel, the Cambria LA Spring Street, is under development in Los Angeles.

This summer the Cambria brand expects to add more than 1,200 rooms to its portfolio with the opening of seven new hotels: Cambria Hotel Boston Downtown, Cambria Hotel Houston Downtown Convention Center, Cambria Hotel Milwaukee Downtown, Cambria Hotel Richardson – Dallas, Cambria Hotel Anaheim Resort Area in California, Cambria Hotel Bettendorf - Quad Cities in Iowa and Cambria Hotel Fort Mill in South Carolina.

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The Cambria brand currently has more than 40 hotels open across the United States. By the end of the year, it expects to surpass 50.

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