Cambria Hotels debuts second Charleston, S.C., property

The Cambria Hotel Charleston Riverview features 126 rooms, a restaurant, meeting space, a fitness center and an outdoor pool. Photo credit: Choice Hotels International

Cambria Hotels introduced its second location in Charleston, S.C.: the 126-room Cambria Hotel Charleston Riverview. Franchised by Choice Hotels International, the hotel features a restaurant, meeting space to accommodate up to 100 people, a fitness center, an outdoor pool and free parking.

The Dallas-based commercial real estate firm RREAF Holdings developed the hotel. New Castle Hotels & Resorts, a third-party hotel manager, owner and developer with 21 hotels and resorts under contract or in development, will manage it.

The property joins the Cambria Hotel Mount Pleasant – Charleston, which opened in July 2018, in the area. Cambria has several other South Carolina hotels in the pipeline now, including in Fort Mill, Greenville, Summerville and Spartanburg.


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"Charleston is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States and hosts approximately 7 million visitors annually, making it a prime location to welcome multiple Cambria hotels," Janis Cannon, SVP, upscale brands at Choice Hotels, said in a statement.

The Cambria Hotel Charleston Riverview is located near the city’s historic downtown district, where many of the city’s main attractions are located, including the Charleston City Market, Riley Waterfront Park and Historic King Street. Guests staying at the hotel can also easily access the Charleston International Airport, The Citadel and Roper Hospital.

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