Rooms are excellent and very pleasant with nice view,nice pillows,towels and all kinds of toilleteries.
The only extremely awful is the HENRIETTA'S restaurant i would fired right away the cook because the food is discusting.Everything in in can make you fat,for example the fish sandwish,the is no fish is pure cornmeal,discusting,i had to ask for more of the table bread,which was ok,so i could have something in my stomach.
Change the menu or change staff,sorry but it was awful.
Traveller from miami
This Cambridge hotel is located in the heart of Harvard Square's cafes, shops, and entertainment, and is two blocks from …More
The room was located In a great location on pea here right in the middle of everything. The valet parking was great the bed was comfortable and they had for available for extra sleeping because even though we reserved a double queen they only had 1 king available. Hotel was clean and pretty. We could walk to everything
Traveller from Atlanta, GA
This boutique hotel in Cambridge is a half-mile from the Alewife “T” station, 1.5 miles from Harvard Square, and adjacent to …More
We stayed at the Sinesta Super Bowl weekend Saturday and Sunday night. The the only issue we encountered was I had reserved a king room and was given a double bed room. Upon notifying the front desk, they quickly rectified the problem. The hotel was easy access to the Boston Garden, the Galleria is across the street and it's very easy to grab an Uber to go anywhere else. Overall our hotel experience was excellent. Pricing was phenomenal and I would recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Bourne, MA
Set on the banks of the Charles River, across from the 100 shops of CambridgeSide Galleria, Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston offers …More
On the plus side, the staff are incredibly friendly, and the room is kept meticulously. It is located very close to Harvard Square so location wise it does the job brilliantly. Free coffee (Nespresso!!!) and complementary drinks are amazing, and the wi-fi connection is also great.
However, there is one - and probably only - drawback that is particularly noticeable, which is that the building and the facilities are aging a little bit. The switch for one of the standing lamps simply didn't work so I had to pull the plug out to turn it off. Moreover, because the windows are single-glazed, there was definitely some draft coming in at night, which is somewhat worrying considering the fact that the weather wasn't anywhere near how cold Boston area could get in winter. But the bathroom is definitely refurbished and modern: water pressure was good, toilet was brand new etc.
All in all, however, I would definitely recommend this hotel. The staff, the service, and the location more than make up for whatever little infelicities the hotel may have in terms of its facilities. Keep it up guys! Thank you!
Traveller from Korea
Located in the heart of Cambridge, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Oberon, Harvard Square, and Harvard …More
I felt welcome form the moment I arrived. The porter was very friendly and welcoming and so was the lady at the front desk. I had a drink in the lobby and breakfast at the restaurant and the service was great. Breakfast was tasty
Centrally located in the heart of Cambridge’s business and university district, Le Méridien is steps away from a culturally …More
All the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The location was central for our purposes, close to public transportation and many great restaurants. The room was small but efficient. The bathroom was small and just so-so in terms of water pressure, space for toiletries, towels (small and scratchy). For the price, I am guessing we are paying more for the location than some of the comforts. Free hot beverages in the lobby which was bright and sunny, nice for sitting while waiting or with a cup of coffee.
Traveller from US
Popular with vacationers and students' families, Harvard Square Hotel is located among Harvard Square's restaurants and …More
Cambridge’s celebrated universities, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard, take full advantage of the scenic Charles River. Harvard Square, at Massachusetts Avenue and Brattle Street, is a hotbed of activity, both intellectual and otherwise. Down the road, Central Square supports a lively music scene. Young bohemians trend toward neighboring Somerville, north of Cambridge.