Located in the unique region of Traverse City, Michigan, the Cambria Suites offers visitors a great location, comfortable amenities and a relaxing place to stay. The Cambria Suites is popular hotel location for tourist and business travelers alike.
The Cambria Suite is non-smoking facility. It features a large open aired lobby complete with comfortable seating and a large media wall that provides round the clock news and event updates. The hotel also features a convenience store, courtesy transportation services to and from the local airport, an exercise room, a fitness center, laundry services and outdoor parking. Valet cleaning services, truck parking, free local calls, wake up services and voice mail services are also offered to guests of the Cambria Suites. There are no pets allowed. There is also an indoor pool and hot tub for guests to use. The lobby offers specially coffees from the Wolfgang Puck collection at the barista coffee bar. On the go lunches, drinks and snacks can be found at Refill, the hotels 24 hour sundry shop. Breakfast and dinner is served at the Reflect, the hotels in-house bistro style restaurant.
The suites at the Cambria Suites are designed to be comfortable and spacious. Each comes with 2 flat screen LCD HD TVs and two separate living and bedrooms. Spa like baths feature personal care products from Bath and Body Works. In-room coffee is available and the rooms are equipped with refrigerators and microwaves. Room services are also available.
Business travelers will have access to the hotels business center, which features faxing, copying, printing and internet services. The hotel also has boardrooms designed to host up to 14 people and banquet rooms designed to host up to 60 people. Business amenities include audio/visual equipment and event catering.
The coastal town of Traverse City features the Village at Grand Traverse Commons, which is full of historical buildings and cultural attractions. Other nearby local attractions includes the Munson Medical Center, the Interlochen Center for the Arts, Cherry Capital Airport and Northwest Michigan College. Downtown Traverse City is well known as a cultural and commercial nexus. There are often exciting local festivals held in town, some of which include the National Cherry Festival, the City Opera and the Traverse City Film Festival. The local area also provides a number of recreational activities designed to fit the needs of any visitor. The East and West Grand Traverse Bays provide plenty of opportunities for boating, kayaking, fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, walking and wildlife viewing. Other local areas of interest to outdoorsmen are the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, the Traverse City State Park and Leelanau Peninsula. The area is perfect for those visitors interested in shopping and dining as well. The Old Mission Peninsula contains several museums, wineries and historical lighthouses, as well as plenty of dining and shopping experiences.
Designed to cater to both leisure and business travelers, the Cambria Suites in Traverse City offers its guests a close downtown location and a comfortable hotel experience complete with all the amenities.