Cambria Hotel Omaha Downtown
Cambria Hotels Celebrates Its First Hotel To Open In The Cornhusker State
Now open – 128 Rooms
Following a ribbon cutting ceremony, guests celebrated with area-inspired fare and drinks from Brickway Brewery & Distillery, Empyrean Brewing Company, Nebraska Brewing Company, and Zipline Brewing Company - all local breweries that will be featured on the hotel's permanent bar menu. Property tours further highlighted the hotel's community influences, including custom-designed woodwork in the bar and lobby areas created from reclaimed timber from the historic Omaha Belt Line railroad. Event attendees also had the opportunity to participate in a silent auction hosted by the hotel to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands, which currently serves over 7,000 youth in the greater Omaha region.
Speakers at the event included Executive Director and President of the Omaha Convention Bureau Keith Backsen, Senior Vice President of Upscale Brands for Choice Hotels Janis Cannon, and Tim O'Reilly, co-owner of the hotel and CEO and managing partner of O'Reilly Hospitality, who expressed their excitement about the Cambria brand's arrival in the city.
The Cambria Hotel Omaha Downtown features several modern amenities and unique design elements, including:
- Immersive, spa-style bathrooms with Bluetooth mirrors
- Contemporary and sophisticated guest rooms, complete with modern fixtures, abundant lighting, and plush bedding
- Onsite dining featuring freshly made food, local craft beer on tap, wine, specialty cocktails, and small bites
- Multi-function meeting space
- State-of-the-art fitness center
- Locally inspired design, including community art displayed in guest rooms and public spaces
The LEED Silver Certified hotel incorporates a number of eco-friendly features throughout the building, including a solar array on the roof, a salt water pool that reduces chemical usage, Tesla and electric vehicle charging stations, and locally-sourced, recycled building materials.
Centrally located at 740 North 14th St., the Cambria Hotel Omaha Downtown is minutes from several corporate offices, including Berkshire Hathaway, Gallup, Union Pacific Railroad, and Fortune-500 contractor Kiewit Corporation. The hotel is also near many leisure attractions such as the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, the historic Old Market neighborhood—which features one-of-a-kind boutiques, pubs, restaurants, and entertainment—and the TD Ameritrade Park.
The hotel was developed through a business partnership between O'Reilly Hospitality Management and Robert Low of Prime Trucking Company. O'Reilly Hospitality Management has previously developed Cambria Hotels in North Scottsdale Desert Ridge, Ariz.; as well as Plano and McAllen, Texas; with additional Cambria Hotels arriving soon in Louisville, Ky.; and Sarasota, Fla.