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Newest reviews for Trinitas Cambridge

  • Maria
    27 August 2014

    Muy bueno gracias, hermosa habitación.


  • Paul
      United Kingdom
    6 August 2014

    Trinitas Cambridge was well-positioned for my purposes (attending the Cambridge Folk Festival). My room was spotlessly clean, the bed was comfortable and all the facilities I needed were available. Overall, I consider it to be very good value for money.

    No real dislikes.


  • Sabina
    23 July 2014

    Bad location just next to council accommodation. Dirty and noisy. For the same money, you can stay in much nicer places in Cambridge.


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    6 July 2014

    The service offered by your on-line staff is excellent

    Having provided tea/milk/sugar/cups why not provide a kettle ?? You lost lots of browny points for that omission.


  • Eva
    5 July 2014

    clean, good access to town, parking

    single top sheet on kingsize bed, never saw staff although we were out most of the time. very small- glad paid extra 10 pound a night for larger room!! would have liked to know earlier about credit card surcharge.


  • Mary
    3 July 2014

    We liked the neighborhood ambiance, and the bus directly across the street for easy access to the town center.


  • Virginia
      United Kingdom
    6 November 2013

    Clean comfortable room and very helpful manager

    Steep stairs


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    2 November 2013

    Clean rooms, parking on site.

    I was concerned that there was no person in residence, as a solo elderly traveller I felt a bit uneasy especially in a ground floor room with door to outside. I was thankful for the text contact, but what would have happened if I had no signal of battery was down, as it nearly was. It was not worth £70 per night with no breakfast provided.


  • Paul
      United Kingdom
    17 October 2013

    the check in process was smooth and the manager very friendly (it is an unmanned hotel); it was good value for money and close to the city and work districts of Cambridge.


  • Peter
      United Kingdom
    16 September 2013

    The efficient thorough and courteous way that I was spoken to/contacted.

    My personal choice would always be to have a bath rather than a shower- but I hadn't asked on booking. Also its nice to sit in an easy chair. Having run conference centres for 30 years i find it a bit odd not to have eye contact with a staff member.


  • Tom
      United Kingdom
    18 August 2013

    I stayed 1 night at Trinitas and really liked the place. Nice looking comfortable room close to the center, very clean. The room was of a high quality, not what I was expecting at this price range. The bed was med/soft and I slept very well. The staff where very helpful. The Wifi was very fast on my mobile, which was a bonus. The walk to town by the river was wonderful. I spent my first night at a large Hotel in the center at twice the cost, wish I had spent both nights here.

    There really isn't a bad thing to say about the guest house itself.


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    7 August 2013

    It is too expensive for a bed and "no breakfast". They don't show photos of the outside of the building in the ad, and so, you don't realize it is a house. For me It was an unpleasant surprise.


  • Michael
    23 July 2013

    They have fresh towels.

    Exorbitantly pricey for a bedsit with no breakfast - not a hotel. Tiny shower. No ventilation - had to open window and noisy traffic, way too hot and humid inside and could hear everyone else in other rooms even for slightest noise. Falsely advertised as a quiet venue. No staff. No breakfast. Just phone calls and texts complaining about money even when following instructions about leaving money in room. Partner and I slept one hour both nights - never again. Avoid this place at all costs. Hostels much better or bed and breakfast - can stay in swanky hotels for less cost - 90 sterling per night to stay awake with no breakfast, no ventilation, noise and no contact with personnel. I am graduate of a Cambridge college and a lecturer - disgusted by it. Worse accommodation experience ever.


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