Cambria Hotel Milwaukee Downtown eyes August opening

Cambria Hotel Milwaukee Downtown eyes August opening.
The hotel will have 132 guestrooms and suites, designed by Stan Ramaker of Fond du Lac, Wis.-based M+A Design. Photo credit: Cambria Hotel Milwaukee Downtown

The Cambria Hotel Milwaukee Downtown is scheduled to open this August.

Built by Chicago's Murphy Development Group (MDG), the hotel will be managed by Concord Hospitality. Murphy Asset Management (MAM), a subsidiary of MDG, will act as the asset manager.

The hotel will have 132 guestrooms and suites, designed by Stan Ramaker of Fond du Lac, Wis.-based M+A Design. The rooms will include 77 king rooms, 50 double-queen rooms and five suites, each with wooden floors, spa-style bathrooms with Bluetooth mirrors, Beautyrest St. Pierre Plush Mattresses and televisions with Smart Television technology capabilities.

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Cambria Hotel Milwaukee Downtown will have 1,500 square feet of multi-function meeting space, gourmet bar and restaurant. Other amenities will include an indoor pool, fitness center and outdoor courtyard. The lobby will feature a fireplace.

David Noel is the GM of Cambria Hotel Milwaukee Downtown.

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