First Cambria for state opens in Savannah, GA

The 101-room hotel was developed by HOS Management Group, led by Kurt Patel and Anil Patel

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First Cambria in Savannah
The 101-room Cambria Hotel Savannah Downtown Historic District is now open in Savannah, Georgia. It was developed by HOS Management Group, led by Kurt Patel and Anil Patel as co-founders and chairmen, and is the first Cambria in Georgia.

The Cambria Hotel Savannah Downtown Historic District is now open in Savannah, Georgia. It was developed by HOS Management Group, led by Kurt Patel and Anil Patel as co-founders and chairmen, and is the first Cambria in Georgia.

The 6-story, 101-room hotel is in the city’s National Historic Landmark District, according to Cambria. It is near the Savannah Civic Center, the SCAD Museum and Forsyth Park, as well as several top area employers, including Georgia Ports Authority, Gulfstream, Hunter Army Airfield, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power System’s North American headquarters.

Amenities include meeting and event spaces and a fitness center.

“Savannah is continually hailed as the Hostess City of the South for welcoming hospitality, rich history, vibrant arts and cultural scene, and stunning architecture and coastal landscapes. Plus, with a robust corporate community and one of the fastest growing industrial markets in the nation, it’s easy to see why travelers from around the globe feel right at home in this iconic city,” said Janis Cannon, Choice’s senior vice president for upscale brands. “The opening of the Cambria Hotel Savannah Downtown Historic District represents another proud moment for the brand, as we continue to thoughtfully expand Cambria’s modern, design-forward accommodations to new markets. Like the city that surrounds it, we know Georgia’s first Cambria with a design reflective of the 22 city squares and parks will deliver the warmth and generous spirit of southern hospitality in this iconic city.”

In September, Choice introduced a new Cambria prototype during the 2021 Lodging Conference in Phoenix. The new design is meant to ease the brand into new, urban markets by reducing size and maximizing use of space.