Cambridge Hotels

From Harvard to MIT and everything in between, Cambridge shows off its academic side, ethnic dining and outdoor activities, all accessible from our nearby hotels.

Cambridge Hotels

Cambridge, MA, US
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10 Acorn Park Drive Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Marriott's New Lifestyle Brand! Modern hotel in Cambridge at Discovery Park near Alewife T Station.
777 Memorial Drive Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Located minutes from Boston, Harvard, and BU featuring skyline views and complimentary Wifi
215 Monsignor O'Brien Highway Cambridge, Massachusetts 02141
Enjoy nightly cocktails and lighter fare from Lobby Lounge & Bar. We offer free breakfast and WiFi.
50 Broadway Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142
Contemporary hotel in Cambridge's Kendall Square, with redesigned rooms and Fitness on Demand
120 Broadway, Six Cambridge Center Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142
Extended-stay hotel with free Wi-Fi and breakfast, suites with kitchens, three event rooms near MIT.
20 Sidney Street Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Explore Boston's innovation hub and unlock inspriation from Le Meridien, Cambridge
16 Garden Street Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
The Sheraton Commander Hotel is a Harvard University Hotel in Cambridge.

Cambridge

While Cambridge may be best known as an academic center and home to Harvard University and MIT, ask any Cantabrigian (the locals) for an itinerary suggestion and you’ll find this city along the Charles River has much to offer our hotel’s guests.

Though Cambridge history doesn’t begin until 1630, you can learn about dinosaurs, minerals and more at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. From there, you can explore campus, tour the Fogg Museum of Art or cut across the Cambridge Common to Brattle Street. Nicknamed “Tory Row” due to the concentration of Loyalist residents during the American Revolutionary War, Brattle Street is lined with historic mansions. Turn in the gate at 105 and head for the back door: it’s the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow House-Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site and open for tours.

The Boston area is ideal for bike lovers and Cambridge is the starting point of the Minuteman Bikeway. Take the trail past multiple Revolutionary War sites throughout the area.

You could also set out from your accommodations to tour Cambridge by squares. Start at Harvard Square for eclectic shopping at The Garage, or let your taste buds guide you through Central Square’s various ethnic restaurants. Inman Square makes a good stopping point for a cookie at Rosie’s Bakery (built on the site of the original Legal Sea Foods) or a beer at the Thirsty Scholar before you return to your Cambridge hotel.

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