Aug 24, 2019 - Aug 25, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Where to stay in Cambridge
The English city of Cambridge is located on the River Cam and is home to the prestigious University of Cambridge, which dates back to 1209.
While visitors to the city are attracted by the history and reputation of the University, Cambridge has much more to offer than its world-famous seat of learning. There are several beautiful museums and art galleries, while the quaint passageways set around the market place are home to high street brands as well as cosy independent stores.
Cambridge also boasts a superb choice of hotel accommodation to meet every need whether it is for business, a romantic break, sightseeing or a family holiday. As well as luxury hotels with penthouse suites and city views, the city offers country house-style hotels, pubs with accommodation and boutique hotels and spas.
Cambridge has a number of public transport options, including hop-on/hop-off buses, normal bus services, cycling, car rental and taxis, while no trip to the city would be complete without hiring a punt for a leisurely river trip.
Hotels in Cambridge
The luxurious four-star Hilton is set in the middle of the city and just a short walk from the riverside. On the edge of the University of Cambridge's New Museums Site, the hotel is also close to the city's shopping area and just one mile away from the railway station with guests able to enjoy free Wi-Fi, a well-appointed gym, sauna and a lounge bar.
The upscale Gonville Hotel is in a picturesque setting within walking distance of the city's numerous attractions. Set overlooking 25 acres of open parkland, the Gonville is opposite Parker’s Piece park and is a ten-minute walk from both Cambridge University Botanic Garden and The Fitzwilliam Museum. Guests can enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi as well as fine dining served in the hotel's sophisticated restaurant.
For those looking for an inexpensive choice, the Holiday Inn Express is a modern hotel close to Cambridge city center offering free Wi-Fi and breakfast. The hotel is also just a 15-minute drive from Cambridge's cluster of 1,500 high tech companies, also known as Silicon Fen, while hotel residents get discounted entry to the swimming pool and equipment at the gym next door to the property.
Further reading on the UK
I can not recommend Cambridge enough! It is one of my favorite places in England, by far. The charm and history that the city carries with it is unmatched. I loved walking through the different canals and alleyways. You can also pop into the university if it’s not during exams and take a gondola ride!
Everything you want in an old English town. Easy to explore on foot and enough to keep you occupied for a few hours or a few days.
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Cambridge is a great place for a day trip from London. It's just a short train ride away! There are more than enough beautiful colleges to visit. Sometimes you have to pay the entrance fee but it's less than 10 pounds. Enjoy walking around the River Cam, visit a few historic pubs, and check out the Cambridge Press Bookstore!