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Cambria Hotel Calabasas has opened to guests amid emerging consumer demand, said Nadel Architecture + Planning's Patrick Winters

Cambria Hotel Calabasas Opens Amid Emerging Consumer Demand 

Nadel Architecture + Planning announced the completion and opening of Cambria Hotel Calabasas, part of Choice Hotels International, a three-story, 125-room hotel located against the backdrop of the scenic Santa Monica Mountains in Calabasas. The project was developed by Weintraub Real Estate Group. 

Cambria Hotel Calabasas is intended to serve a growing demand from business and leisure travelers for relative affordability and modern, stylish accommodations, according to Patrick Winters, president and principal of Nadel. 

“Our approach to this project was driven by the unique nature of the site combined with emerging consumer demands,” said Winters. “Cambria Hotel Calabasas is designed to take advantage of the picturesque Santa Monica Mountains and embrace beachy, Californian design elements in the interior to help guests feel connected to the attractions and scenery of the surrounding community.” 

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