Ratings based on 86 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Sandra from Bristol
Convenient hotel that is easy to findPosted Mar 17, 2014
Pros: Low rise. Easy road access. Central Cambridge has difficult car access.
Cons: Sightly dusty and some painting updating could be done.
Location: It's a drive into Cambridge, but there are some supermarkets with easy parking on the way.
We knew the hotel was on the edge of Cambridge but we wanted a last minute cancellation option as our daughter was about to give birth and we may not have been able to stay at our hotel. We liked the ease of finding the hotel and that it had a pool and gym and plenty of parking. The room was lovely and warm and had a comfy bed, and had a south facing aspect so was sunny too. We didn't use the pool and gym but they looked nice enough. We asked for more tea and milk and they were given willingly. There'd be a distant road noise if the window was open. It's not possible to walk into town, but it is only 8 mins drive in, and we drove on the ring road and found plenty of car parks. It's not overly swish or ultra smart, but is a good choice for a relaxed stay in this wonderful city.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Lovely hotel although a bit far from town.Posted Mar 10, 2014
Found the £10 taxi fare each way to town expensive. But loved hotel
by Spridge from Southampton
PoorPosted Jan 20, 2014
A really poor hotel. Biggest concern was the fact that there are NO lifts, but deluxe rooms are on the 1st floor and we were in the room so far from reception I started to wonder if I was still in England - let alone Cambridge!!! No offer to assist with the luggage Wi-Fi is terrible quality and dropped out all the time. It was outrageously priced (£25 for the weekend, is it still 1999 or are we now in 2014?) but eventually given free after a complaint due to the quality. A meal at the bar was disappointing; the food is average and service is slow. Breakfast was a little better, but the price was excessive for what you get. Probably didn't help that there was a coachload of students having breakfast at the same time as us. All in all, it was a roof over our heads but little more.
Recommendedby Westfield from Cheshire
Pleasant stayPosted Jan 14, 2014 on Hotels.com
Stayed a single Saturday night recently whilst delivering our daughter back to Uni - didn't eat at the hotel but the room was clean and comfortable, location excellent and service friendly. At £60 for a room for 3, good price too ! Will use again for future trips.
by Barbara from Pennsylvania
Disappointing stay at a brand formula hotelPosted Jan 10, 2014
Pros: Free parking, easy access to main roads
Location: The hotel was convenient to Cambridge (if you have a car) and had clear access to the main roads.
Perhaps it was the rate obtained through Expedia (reasonable), but we were put at the far end of the hotel, next to the laundry during what appeared to be a pretty low occupancy time. While we had a confirmed "deluxe room" with a sofa bed, this hardly met our expectations; we overlooked a brick wall, listened to the cleaning and laundry staff from about 6 am on, and had no sofa bed. Breakfasts and Wi-Fi were 13 to15 pounds each -- and the café was closed for dinner the night we arrived, requiring room service or going out. With our son, his wife, and 18 month old daughter, who were across the hall in a similar situation, it was not ideal.
Recommendedby Rob H from Essex
EXCELLENT HOTELPosted Jan 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
GREAT QUALITY & SEVICE
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Dec 28, 2013
Recommendedby Kerry from Norfolk
Great location for visiting CambridgePosted Dec 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
The Holiday Inn was well located for visiting Cambridge, a large taxi for our group cost just £15 each way which was cheaper than parking two cars. The hotel was clean and our room comfortable although in general a little tired in places. The food in the bar was fine, a little limited in choice but OK. The one thing that did let it down was the price of the wifi which was astronomical - a rip off infact!! Shame on you Holiday Inn, in this day and age it should be included in the price and offered as a standard feature of your rooms.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Posted Dec 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Dec 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
pants under bed, bedside bulb broken not replaced, breakfast good but to expensive when you can to a beefeater for half the price