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  • ibis Cambridge Central Station

    ibis Cambridge Central Station


    The ibis Cambridge Central Station has a 24-hour front desk that offers express check-in and check-out. Breakfast was really good quality food and reasonably priced

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    Avg. price/night: $89
    8.7 Excellent 4,918 reviews
  • Christ's College Cambridge

    Christ's College Cambridge

    Cambridge City Centre, Cambridge

    Christ's College Cambridge offers adults only accommodations in one of the UK’s most historic university buildings. Rooms come with free WiFi and many overlook the scenic college gardens. What can one say about Christ's College. To step inside the grounds is to go back in time, just stunning. My room was very comfortable, and I loved the single bed, I had the best night sleep in a while. My room was not an en-suite but the bathroom was down the hall, not too far. The breakfast selection was very varied and the ambience in the Upper Hall added to the enjoyment. The staff were all friendly and lovely. I was able to leave my bag after check-out as I still had a few hours left in my trip. Definitely recommend you stay here if you visit Cambridge.

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    Avg. price/night: $58
    8.5 Very Good 1,609 reviews
  • The Varsity Hotel & Spa

    The Varsity Hotel & Spa

    Cambridge City Centre, Cambridge

    Located in the center of Cambridge, with valet parking near the edge of the River Cam, The Varsity Hotel and Spa offers modern rooms, and an impressive rooftop terrace with uninterrupted views. Location, restaurants at hand, rooftop terrace

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    Avg. price/night: $191
    8.7 Excellent 1,149 reviews
  • Holiday Inn Express Cambridge

    Holiday Inn Express Cambridge


    This stylish, contemporary hotel is well-placed just 2 miles from Cambridge’s historic city center. The modern rooms feature air cooling and 32-inch TVs with Freeview channels. When I went to my room there was a fault with the air cooling system and we had to move room. The manager was brilliant and offered us a drink while we waited for a room to be prepared for us. Lovely friendly staff and the new room was great. Some discount was given for the inconvenience and I would happily recommend this hotel. Breakfast was very nice. Parking no problem, quick and easy access to the city.

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    Avg. price/night: $97
    8.2 Very Good 1,486 reviews
  • Hotel Felix

    Hotel Felix


    In a privately-owned Victorian Villa, Hotel Felix is a 5-minute drive from the historic city center of Cambridge. Beautiful location, excellent room, great dinner and breakfast (outside because it was sunny). Very helpful staff.

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    Avg. price/night: $158
    8.5 Very Good 1,036 reviews
  • Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge, BW Premier Collection

    Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge, BW Premier Collection


    Just outside Cambridge, off the A14 road, Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge, BW Premier Collection has an AA 4 Silver Star Rated restaurant and ale bar. Fantastically friendly and efficient staff Good food and drinks

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    Avg. price/night: $112
    8.3 Very Good 1,307 reviews

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The Inspiration for Genius

Open-plan and open-minded, Cambridge is best known for universities dating to the 13th century. King’s College is the most popular, and its chapel choir is internationally famous. Although accessed from cobbled King’s Parade, it is best viewed from a punt on The Backs, the part of the River Cam behind.

Taking a flat bottomed punt in Cambridge is an institution and gives great views of Queen’s College Mathematical Bridge and the Bridge of Sighs at St John’s College. Upstream is Jesus Green, site of an outdoor pool and a fantastic beer festival. Next to this is Midsummer Common, a park home to the annual Strawberry Fair (and the occasional cow). Opposite are the college boathouses - get up early to see the rowers in action!

Cows also roam the Mill Pond meadow, where the river leads south to Grantchester, a quaint village with a lovely cafe. Places to eat in Cambridge include riverside restaurants and typical English pubs like The Eagle, drinking hole of DNA founders Watson & Crick.

Cambridge shopping options include a daily market (in Market Square), the Grafton Centre and the exclusive Grand Arcade, the latest addition. The Scott Polar Museum and free Fitzwilliam Museum are 2 of many fantastic Cambridge museums.

Stansted Airport is connected by train to the city’s accommodations choices on