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Marlowe Hotel Cambridge4 Stars
25 Edwin H Land Boulevard Cambridge MA 02141
Marlowe Hotel is perfectly nestled in the heart of Cambridge, near the banks of Charles River, and only moments from downtown Boston. It is home to MIT, Havard, Faneuil Hall, the Fleet Center, Newbury Street, and Logan International Airport.
All 236 guestrooms, including 14 suites, have private voicemail and high speed internet.
A lively and whimsical , 170-seat restaurant and bar, features American Brasserie cuisine with a comfortable, eclectic design. The bar serves a global selection of fine wines and a creative offering of cocktails overlooking a lush park and the Charles River.
This inviting boutique hotel makes an ideal location for those seeking the historic and modern atmosphere in one destination.
- 1 km to the City Centre
- 10 km to the Airport (Boston)
- Baby Sitting Service
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Business Centre
- Room Service
- Disabled Facilities
- Parking Facilities (At Cost)
- Air Conditioning
- Internet Access
- Modem / Data Port Connection
- Colour TV
- Iron / Ironing Board
- Pay-per-view Movies
- Mini Bar
Marlowe Hotel Cambridge Guest Reviews (9)
Very great location, malls and trolley tour stops.
Wilson547 wrote on December 25, 2012
It was a pleasurable experience at the marlow hotel
darryl j wrote on July 25, 2012
lovely but room could not accomodate a rollaway shopping near by and tours to boston right around the block very nice happy hour
cloe wrote on October 2, 2011
Hotel Marlowe was a home away from home. We used the hotels kayaks, which were great! The room was quiet, clean, and comfortable. We had actually stayed at another hotel across the river for the first few nights of our vacation. Same rating and all. Marlowe blows them out of the water! We felt like we were home. The staff was great. Only downfall for our children, was no pool.
Hospitality Snob~ wrote on August 9, 2011
We only stayed one night at the Marlowe for the 4th of July in Boston. The hotel is very close to the mall and dining. Parking- The parking is a bit confusing if you perform self parking. They share a lot with the mall and unless you go in the one entrance (was closed when we arrived), you end up walking through the mall with your suitcase and all. I guess I should have just used valet and spent the extra money. Front Desk- We arrived promptly at 3pm and went to check-in. The room wasn't ready which wasn't a big deal as the front desk woman said no more than 30 minutes. An hour and a half later, still no room and now we were getting upset. They gave us some free drink coupons which was nice. The beer bottle they gave me was completely broken (i.e. I could have seriously ripped my mouth open). They gave me a new one but nothing extra. We finally got a room after 1:45 minutes. Room - The room was very nice. The beds were super comfortable. Not much else to say since we only stayed one night and weren't in the room very long. We did get a nice note under the door overnight giving us a free continental breakfast apologizing for the room wait. Restaurant - I don't recommend the restaurant. It's small and the menu is even smaller. If you'e waiting for someone and just want a quick drink, sure. There are plenty of other choices nearby (PF Changs, Cheesecake Factory, etc). Price - Not cheap. It cost us ~$300 for the night. So for what happened to us, I was expecting the royal treatment but it didn't really happen.
Craig M wrote on July 6, 2011
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