Cambria Hotel opens flagship property in Center City, Philadelphia

Cambria Hotel opens flagship property designed by DAS Architects in Center City Philadelphia.
The Harman Group provided structural engineering services for the project. The hotel was developed by Pearl Properties and the architect was DAS Architects. Photo credit: DAS Architects

Center City Philadelphia has a new Cambria Hotel & Suites.The 174,000-square-foot hotel has a two-story entry with a sculptural staircase leading to the main lobby and restaurant space. In total, the 15-story property has 223 rooms.

Hotel amenities include a boardroom for small meetings, a 2,500 square-foot multi-function meeting space, and a fitness center.

The hotel also has a rooftop restaurant called Attico, which, at 3,000 square feet, will be the largest rooftop restaurant and bar on Broad Street.

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An outdoor terrace and rooftop restaurant has views of the city.

In addition to the hotel, Texas-based Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group will open a Del Frisco’s Grille outpost on the ground floor of the building in October 2018.

The Harman Group provided structural engineering services for the project. The hotel was developed by Pearl Properties and DAS Architects created the building plan. Concord Hospitality Enterprises Co. will manage the property.

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