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Pipeline12 July 2019

Cambria Hotel Calabasas – Malibu

Construction Begins On California Cambria Hotel

Scheduled for Early 2021 – 125 Rooms

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Choice Hotels International, Inc. (NYSE: CHH) and Weintraub Real Estate Group announced the official start of construction on the Cambria Hotel Calabasas - Malibu. Expected to open in early 2021, the three-story, 125-room upscale hotel will further the brand's Golden State presence, which includes the Cambria Hotel LAX and will expand to Anaheim, Sonoma, and Napa by year end, with the Cambria LA Spring Street under development.

The Cambria Hotel Calabasas - Malibu is being built at 26300 Rondell Rd. along the 101 Freeway, which connects Los Angeles and San Francisco. Once open, the hotel will offer upscale accommodations near the region's major employers, including the corporate headquarters of the Cheesecake Factory, Inc., Harbor Freight Tools, and Keysight Technologies Inc., which was founded by Hewlett-Packard. Located a short, scenic drive from Malibu's famous beaches and waterfront dining, the Cambria Hotel Calabasas - Malibu will offer convenient access to Pepperdine University, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, as well as the hiking and biking trails of the Santa Monica Mountains.

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Cambria® Hotels are designed for the modern traveler, offering guests a distinct experience with simple, guilt-free indulgences allowing them to treat themselves while on the road. Properties feature compelling design inspired by the location, spacious and comfortable rooms, flexible meeting space, and local freshly prepared food and craft beer.
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Choice Hotels International, Inc.

Choice Hotels International, Inc. franchises approximately 6,200 hotels, representing more than 499,000 rooms, in the United States and more than 30 other countries and territories. As of December 31, 2012, 394 hotels, representing more than 31,000 rooms, were under construction, awaiting conversion or approved for development in the United States.
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