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Management contract marks the fourth hotel operated by MJH in Baltimore; Hotel expected to open at the end of 2019

[Danbury, Conn., January 3, 2018]Meyer Jabara Hotels (MJH) continues to expand its presence in Baltimore by signing an agreement with the owners of Sandalwood Management and KPG Hotels to manage the companies first upscale Cambria Hotel in Baltimore. The 14-story, 144-room hotel, originally known as the American Building, was the first office building constructed following the Great Baltimore Fire in 1905. The property, located at 231 East Baltimore Street, is expected to open by the end of 2019.

This is the fourth property that MJH will operate in Baltimore. The hotel ownership and management group also owns and manages three independent hotels in the Charm City: the Admiral Fell Inn (a Historic Hotel of America owned by MJH), the Inn at Henderson’s Wharf, and Pier 5 Hotel (part of the Curio Collection by Hilton®). This is the first property that MJH will manage for Sandalwood Management and KPG Hotels.

“Meyer Jabara Hotels is uniquely qualified to manage this property due to their knowledge of the Cambria brand and their long presence in the Baltimore market,” said Paul Patel, president of real estate investment firm Sandalwood Management. “There is a strong demand here for an upscale brand, and Cambria is the right choice for this market. When you combine location with the expertise that MJH is bringing to the table, we expect to optimize occupancy and ADR considering nearby demand generators such as the M&T Bank Stadium, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the Baltimore Convention Center and the city’s Inner Harbor.”

The Cambria Hotel Baltimore is in the heart of the city, making it an ideal destination for business and leisure travelers. The property is near the Baltimore Convention Center, the Inner Harbor, Camden Yards, M&T Bank Stadium, Johns Hopkins University and Hospital, and the National Aquarium. Major businesses in the area include Constellation Energy, Morgan Stanley, T. Rowe Price, and Under Armour.

The Cambria® Hotels & Suites brand sports an industrial design, stylish rooms, business center conveniences, and highly-personalized service. The new Baltimore hotel will include flexible meeting spaces and a state-of-the-art fitness center. The property will also feature contemporary onsite dining, serving a menu comprised of local specialties, liquor, wine, and local craft beers, as well as freshly prepared grab-and-go gourmet salads and sandwiches, and a barista bar.

Rick Odorisio, MJH senior vice president of operations, said Meyer Jabara Hotels is delighted to be expanding its presence in Baltimore and its ongoing relationship with Choice Hotels and the Cambria brand.

“We are eager to inform our existing customers that Meyer Jabara Hotels now has a luxury option in Baltimore,” Odorisio said. “Not only will we cross-utilize our existing resources to become a more efficient hotel operator in this market, but we will soon have three price-point options to meet even more travelers’ demands. Cambria is an ideal brand to bring to Baltimore; it’s leading edge in terms of urban design and amenities, and it has widespread appeal to Millennials.”

Conversion and repurposing of the American Building will commence in March 2018.

For more information on Meyer Jabara Hotels, visit www.meyerjabarahotels.com. To follow the “Just Journey” Blog, click here. For media inquiries, call Barb Worcester of PRpro at (440) 930-5770 or email her at barbw@prproconsulting.com.

About Meyer Jabara Hotels

With headquarters in Danbury, Conn., Meyer Jabara Hotels is an award-winning hospitality company owning, operating or leasing hotels and restaurants in 10 states throughout the eastern portion of the United States. The company was formed in 1977 as Motel Hotel Associates through the partnership of William Meyer, a specialist in real property law, and Richard Jabara, a second-generation hotelier. Their portfolio of hotels includes Marriott, Hilton, Sheraton, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn and Hyatt Place brands, as well as several independent hotels. The company culture, referred to as "The Journey," is considered by Meyer Jabara Hotels to be their strongest competitive advantage because it challenges and encourages each team to create special relationships, or heart connections, with the key stakeholders: business partners, associates and customers. For more information on Meyer Jabara Hotels, visit www.meyerjabarahotels.com

Contact: Justin Jabara

jj@mjhotels.com / (203) 798-1099

Contact: Barb Worcester

barbw@prproconsulting.com / (440) 930-5770

About Cambria Hotels

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. Cambria Hotels is rapidly expanding in major U.S. cities, with hotels open in Chicago, New York City, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles. Cambria now has 31 hotels open across the United States, and there are 100 hotels open or in the pipeline in the U.S. and Canada. To learn more, visit www.cambriahotelsandsuites.com.

About KPG Hotels

KPG Hotels based in Mt. Laurel, NJ was founded through the merger of two seasoned companies. The joining of Delaware Hotels Group and Parikh & Parikh Associates. Delaware Hotel Group was founded in 2001 by Mike Khatiwala. Parikh & Parikh Associates was founded in 1988 by Raj Parikh.  The combined group now owns and/or operates over 35+ hotels primarily on the Eastern Seaboard of the United States, with experience in both primary, secondary, and tertiary markets.  

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