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Reviewed 24 October 2018

This is the best value I have found in Cambridge, having stayed in many hotels over the past 25 years. It has been renovated and is spotlessly clean. The staff are charming and attentive. The continental breakfast is fresh and the choices are varied. The rooms are modest in size but otherwise it compares with more expensive large hotels.

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Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Reviewed 21 October 2018 via mobile

We spent a night at the Regent Hotel for a birthday and found this to be very good. This is quite a small hotel; the room (overlooking Parkers Piece - a large green to the rear of the hotel) was an ideal size, good size bed. We had a good night’s sleep. I mentioned when booking that this was for a birthday and when we checked into the room they had left a small bottle of Prosecco and box of chocolates free of charge which was a nice touch. Also in the fridge was a small bottle of fresh milk.

The hotel does a cold buffet style breakfast in the morning which was included in the price of the room which was very good. There isn’t any hot food, but there are a good selection of places to eat in close vicinity of the hotel (would recommend The House - Thai restaurant just over the road where we ate which was excellent!).

Location-wise, shops and train/bus station are both close by and if you are seeking a hotel for a few days, then would definitely recommend this!

Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank 312NeilP
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Reviewed 18 October 2018 via mobile

My boyfriend and I stayed here for 1 night.

The hotel is very clean and the staff are lovely.

We booked a standard room but we were surprised to be upgraded to an executive room! We were gifted with a card and some chocolates for my belated birthday which was a very nice touch.

The rooms are very stylish, large double bed, bath/shower and in keeping with the old property. The room was large overlooking Parkers Piece park through two large sash windows. The room included all the usual; a variety of teas, coffee machine, fridge, hairdryer, toiletries and even a historical book on Cambridge.

Breakfast was very good but only a cold breakfast was on offer. This being said there was ample choice from cereals to ham and cheese slices, tea coffee, juice. Everything you could need.

The only downside to the hotel is the reception area and the hallways to the rooms are slightly dated which is in complete contrast to the rooms. I’m guessing that the owner is doing the hotel up slowly and therefore done the rooms first.

We couldn’t fault the hotel though and will definitely be visiting again.

Thanks! C&D Glenister

Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 14 October 2018 via mobile

Felt compelled to write a review as we were so impressed with the hotel.
We arrived 3 hours early for check-in as we wanted to explore the city, and the hotel kindly took in our suitcases.
They sent us a text message to let us know when our room was ready (2hours earlier than the scheduled check-in time) and took our cases up to the room for us!

The room was lovely. We stayed in Room 105 which is an executive room - beautiful view out onto the park. Very large and comfy bed, sofa, chair, desk and great coffee making facilities - both coffee machine and kettle.
It’s the little things that count - sachets of hot chocolate (which I rarely see in hotels) , fresh organic milk in the fridge and fresh drinking water in Kilner bottles.

The continental breakfast was great - fresh fruit, hams, cheese, pastries, croissants and all fresh locally sourced juices. Many different cereals including gluten free.

Staff were very friendly. We will definitely be back and can’t recommend this hotel enough!

Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank LoveTravel618278
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Reviewed 13 October 2018

I leave this hotel feeling very impressed and satisfied with my stay. it is marked as a 3-star hotel, I imagine because of the lack of 'extra' facilities such as dining room, gym, etc. As far as service, rooms and building is concerned, it is decidedly above 3 stars.

Excellent location. The hotel is within just a few minutes' walk from the town centre, and overlooking Parker's Piece (a large green space). Within a 100 metres radius you can find Indian, Chinese, Thai, Mexican, Italian and pizza restaurants, as well as a small Sainsbury's supermarket.

Good rooms. Light, spacious, large (very large bathroom, too - with both bathtub and shower as well as bidet) and tastefully furnished. My room had the most amazing wallpaper on one wall covered with mathematical equations! White bedding, light wood desk and bedside tables. Flatscreen TV, tea & coffee, biscuits, and a small fridge with fresh milk in. Good, free wifi connection. And there's a small bar and a large library/sitting room downstairs. The rooms facing Regent Street aren't at all noisy, as there's good double glazing.

Nice breakfast. There's a cold breakfast buffet in a nice, light room overlooking Parker's Piece. No hot food, but a huge selection of fruit, cereals (including 3 types of … organic & fair trade … muesli / granola), bread, pastries, cheese & cold meats. And a gluten-free section. And wide variety of juices, coffees and teas.

Lovely service. A young and mainly continental European staff, all of whom were bright, cheerful, friendly and helpful in response to my various middle-aged fusspot requests. I was always greeted with a bright "hello" when entering.

Price. And - for Cambridge - VERY good price. Around GBP 100 B&B for a standard double.

Room tip: Road-facing rooms aren't at all noisy, as there's good double glazing.
Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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