5 things to know about Southlake's second hotel, Cambria

Cambria Hotel & Suites will open Dec. 3 in Southlake.

Cambria Hotel & Suites will open Dec. 3 in Southlake.

Cambria Hotel & Suites Southlake DFW North opens Dec. 3. Cambria Hotel & Suites Southlake DFW North opens Dec. 3.[/caption]

Southlake's second hotel, Cambria Hotel & Suites Southlake DFW North, will open Saturday at 2104 E. SH 114, Southlake.

General Manager Sam Cannon said he is excited to introduce the Southlake community to the Cambria brand.

"I am excited about Cambria Southlake because we are unique," he said. "It's not just the hotel itself that is unique, it's the people which make us so different from everyone else. The team we have assembled come from small towns and big cities across America. They have each worked their way up in the hospitality industry and have operated in both small and large hotels. They have worked in limited service, full service, and resorts. Each team member at Cambria has their own story that lead them to Southlake, but the one thing they all have in common is passion."

Here are 5 things to know about the new hotel:

1. 175 one- and two-bedroom guest rooms
Each guest room features a contemporary look while incorporating distinct Texas design features, such as reclaimed wood, barn door bathroom entryways, leather, steel, natural stone surfaces and exclusively crafted artwork.


2. A guest texting platform
Cambria is one of the first hotels in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to implement a platform that allows guests to communicate via text message with hotel staff. The program, IVY, allows guests to ask questions or make requests—such as adjusting the temperature of a room—on their phone without having to call the front desk.

The hotel lobby features a hand-blown glass longhorn. The hotel lobby features a handblown glass longhorn.[/caption]

3. Curated art by Texas artisans
Cambria Southlake features curated art by local Texas artisans that range from the handblown glass longhorn in the lobby to a mural of longhorns in the fitness facility to the sliding barn doors in the bathrooms.

4. 5,000 square feet of flexible event space
The event space is customizable for corporate meetings, group conferences, social receptions and weddings. The ballroom can seat up to 357 people; the boardroom can seat 14 people and the conference room can seat 27 people.

5. Amenities that every guest can enjoy
Some of the amenities Cambria will offer include a lobby bar, a hangout and business zone as well as a market that offers groceries and snacks.
Other amenities include:
• A fitness facility will be available to guests  24 hours a day and features cardio machines and strength training equipment.
• The outdoor pool area offers more than 5,000 square feet of patio space, cabanas and a fire pit.
• A complimentary shuttle service to Southlake Town Square and other destinations will be available to guests daily.
By Sherelle Black
Sherelle joined Community Impact Newspaper in July 2014 as a reporter for the Grapevine/Colleyville/Southlake edition. She was promoted in 2015 to editor of the GCS edition. In August 2017, Sherelle became the editor of the Lewisville/Flower Mound/Highland Village edition. Sherelle covers transportation, economic development, education and features.


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