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Has Anyone Tried Out A Cambria Suites Lately?

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  Site Where: 2970 Elder Street [map], Boise, ID, United States, 83705
December 16, 2009 at 12:04 PM | by | ()

On Monday, we asked to hear from our readers about their experiences ”Adventuring Into Aloft”. Based on some of the responses we got, we thought that it might be equally productive to ask if any of you have tried out a Cambria Suites lately. Speaking of which, has anyone even heard of Cambria Suites?

The hotel chain is a newish brand from Choice Hotels, with only 18 locations in places like Oklahoma City, Baton Rouge, and Boise, where it actually debuted two years ago. They must be doing something right since the chain already has plans to open 18 more locations in such exotic locales as Chandler, Arizona, Fresno Airport, California, and Saint Charles, Missouri. We haven’t heard much from anyone who’s actually stayed in one though, so we thought we’d put out this query: What’s it like at Cambria Suites?

Based on our information, the all-suites hotel chain claims its rooms are a full 25% larger than your standard guest room, including amenities like brand-name brew-it-yourself coffees and teas, free high-speed internet, and the spacious bathrooms that Cambria’s crack team of researchers apparently needed to conduct a study on to figure out travelers would like them.

Based on their numbers crunching, Cambria has incorporated amenities like movable desks with ergonomic chairs, luxury linens, Bath & Body Works products, two LCD TVs per room, MP3 jacks, and MediaHub plug-and-play technology in select suites. Each location also comes standard with the three R’s: Reflect, a contemporary bistro-style restaurant; Refresh, a fitness center with indoor pool and spa; and Refill, a 24-hour food and convenience shop.

That doesn’t sound so bad to us, but we’re dying to hear from any of you who have actually experienced one of these hotels yourselves—even if it’s the one in Plainfield, Indiana—so let us know in in the comments below.

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