By the time we arrived at Cambria Suites, we had been traveling for over 24 hours. We were told that there was a regular shuttle from the airport, but after waiting for over half an hour, and watching shuttles for other hotels pass by three or four times each, we decided to call the hotel and they did send one eventually. Our suite was excellent: clean, comfortable, and equipped with a delightfully excessive two televisions. That night I had quite possibly one of the top ten greatest showers of my life. Actually, now that I think about it, the bathroom was pretty immaculate in general.
That said: despite the fact that the room was great, the hotel has a glaring downside, and that is the fact that it is incredibly isolated. If you do not have a car, there is very little you can do if you wanted to see, do or eat anything outside the hotel grounds. If we weren't just staying for a night, I would consider it a serious issue, but it is close to both the airport and Port Everglades, so if you just need a quick place to crash while en route to either of these places, Cambria Suites is a pretty good place to do it. There is free wifi, and a continental breakfast, which costs $10 per person, The breakfast is very much run-of-the-mill, but, given the lack of options in the area, you should be prepared to have those tenners ready.
In the end, I suppose the Cambria experience is dependent on what you're using it for. If I were staying for more than one night, I doubt this would be a great choice. But, again, for the one night we were there, it was on the whole enjoyable.