Only issue was when I Found out I paid $200 more than a colleague staying at the same hotel during the same period of time -
Pillows too soft
Everything else was of a high standard expected of the price paid - location and quality of hotel.
This Cambridge hotel is located in the heart of Harvard Square's cafes, shops, and entertainment, and is two blocks from …More
We read several of the negative reviews and weren't sure, but decided to go ahead and book this hotel. What a lovely stay!! The staff was super friendly and extremely helpful for us North Carolinians! Breakfast was really good with lots of options. Short walk to the train, shuttle van that takes you to Harvard square and to the train station if you don't want to walk. If we head back to Boston, this will be the place we book. Great shopping close by (whole foods, trader joes, TJ Max, cvs, chipotle) and a Starbucks in the hotel! Oh yeah, fresh pond walking trail is right across the street! Awesome place to stay if you're wanting to visit MIT and Harvard. 40 minute train ride to Fenway Park. Great staff, great breakfast, great location, great vacation!!
Traveller from North Carolina
This boutique hotel in Cambridge is a half-mile from the Alewife “T” station, 1.5 miles from Harvard Square, and adjacent to …More
The Kendall, situated right in the heart of Cambridge, is an island of luxury and comfort with a touch of whimsy. Fantastic staff, a robust continental breakfast and a charming evening wine gathering, the Kendall offers a calming respite after a hectic day of work or play. The rooms are beautifully appointed and designed for maximum comfort. I'm already looking for a reason to return.
Traveller from Austin
Across from the Kendall Square transit station in Cambridge, The Kendall Hotel is ideal for exploring the Haymarket, Museum …More
There is no better location in Cambridge for the price than the Harvard Square Hotel. A renovated landmark that doesn't look like much from the outside but is very nicely remodeled with all the comforts. And if you are on the side with a view of the Square, it can't be beat.
Popular with vacationers and students' families, Harvard Square Hotel is located among Harvard Square's restaurants and …More
The hotel is so lovely which located in a quiet area. This hotel is a big house, and gives you a feeling of home. Rooms are clean and very comfortable. By the way, it's close to Harvard university and subway station. You can find a lot of small restaurants near to the inn.
This Cambridge bed & breakfast is a half-mile from Harvard Museum of Natural History. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and …More
Corporate apartment with kitchen and appropriate kitted out kitchen. Welcome basket contained all necessary items for both it and bath. Minimalist furniture, rather uncomfortable low couch in the IKEA tradition. Double bed (or was it a small queen), not king. Dystopian alarm clock, but slat blinds won't allow sleep past 7 in any case (no bother, I was out and about). Cable ought to come with a channel guide. Nice view from roof deck. Whole Foods is a mile off. Not a shopping district, but good T access, and there is a park a few hundred feet away, as well as food and drink within decent walking distance. Clean, no bothers, quiet building. They will hold your bag at the desk after you check out for later pick-up. I ended up spending almost all my time in the city itself, and might revise plan and stay there next time if I find a comparably priced hotel that offers the all important fridge/micro combo, but it was a pleasant stay.
Situated in Cambridge, this apartment is within 1 mi (2 km) of Kendall Square, Boston Public Garden, and Massachusetts …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.