CAMBRIA hotel BOSTON downtown
The new Cambria Hotel Boston Downtown is within walking distance to the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Seaport District and Waterfront, eclectic restaurants and brew pubs. Gillette, Procter & Gamble, General Electric, IBM, Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston Children's Hospital are located in less than a three mile radius. This boutique style hotel will sport a 2400 sqft fitness center, special amenities, personalized service and amazing cutting edge food & beverage. Rooftop dining and bar will offer local flavors and an innovative menu. With 159 guest rooms equipped with top-notch amenities and 1600 sqft of meeting space, the Cambria Hotel Boston Downtown can accommodate both group and business travelers. The Seaport area in South Boston is very popular for families on weekends and throughout the spring and summer. The hotel is currently under construction and was designed by Rode Architects. It is the second hotel to be operated in Boston by Meyer Jabara Hotels.
Boutique-style guestrooms will feature calming hues of whites and grays, and projection wall art and illuminated room numbers will dress the corridors.
Cambria Hotel Boston Downtown will feature a rooftop bar; restaurant with a strong, local influence and a chef-driven concept; and a highly stylized décor.
located in south boston
The new Cambria Hotel Boston Downtown is within walking distance to the Boston Convention & Events Center, Seaport District and Waterfront, eclectic restaurants and brew pubs. Gillette, Proctor & Gamble, General Electric and Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston Children's Hospital are located in less than a three mile radius.
LOBBY bar | social circle
Art elements, such as trees, will be projected onto walls using light, and the trees will change throughout the seasons. Natural elements, such as stone flooring will transcend from outdoors to indoors and will be complemented by oversized wood treatments from ceiling beams to seating.Public areas will be wrapped with floor-to-ceiling windows. The lobby lounge will take on a speakeasy look with a library feel; books of famous Boston artists will be woven into the design.