Hyatt Regency Cambridge
- General Info:
- Sophisticated and contemporary, Hyatt Regency Cambridge is a stylish hotel overlooking the Boston skyline. A proud recipient of the AAA Four Diamond Award, our Boston hotel features contemporary rooms with breathtaking views of the scenic Charles River and downtown Boston. Tour the Freedom Trail, visit art museums, or catch a game at historic Fenway Park, all just a complimentary shuttle ride away from Hyatt Regency Cambridge. Nestled between legendary colleges and universities such as Harvard, MIT, Boston University and Boston College and conveniently located just minutes from innovative companies and start-ups such as AT&T, Yahoo and Amazon, our Cambridge hotel is the ideal place to conduct business or academic pursuits in Boston. Enjoy seasonal New England cuisine at Zephyr on the Charles, offering sweeping views of Boston's Charles River. Sip a cocktail at the Zephyr Lounge and relax on our outdoor, seasonal patio on warm spring night.
Posted: 6/25/2008Provided by Citysearch -
got stuck staying here since the Doubletree was all booked. I stayed here w/ 2 colleagues this wk and we were not impressed, esp. considering it's a Hyatt and the amount of money we paid. we got 1 large suite ($419/night) and 2 standard rms ($298/night). the rooms were ok but ive stayed at nicer Marriott's and Sheratons. the bathrooms are tiny and the shower had a little mold crust at the corners. the room is also very damp, esp. the carpets.
the worst part about this hotel is the food; it's a total rip off. I know it's not cheap to eat at hotels but come on, for the prices they are charging, it should be way better. I ordered rm service 1 night and it was $52 for crappy fettuccine alfredo w/ salty fishy grilled shrimp and a lemonade. wtf. the next night, knowing better to eat outside of the hotel, I got the seared tuna app. at the hotel bar while waiting for my colleagues and it was terrible - fishy, dry, stale, BLEH - $20! I was annoyed so we told them to send it back which they thankfully did and did not charge us for it. I will admit the egg cheese sausage biscuit they offered at breakfast was pretty yummy.
rip-off #2 is the parking - $35/night - CRAZY! terrible. that is the most I have ever paid for parking at any hotel and ive stayed at alot, esp. in Boston.
I am def. never coming back here. you get nothing for the money they are charging you.
Posted: 3/2/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The service at the hotel was uninspired. Rate was over priced. The quality of the linens were low, and the guestroom chair had tears in it. The hotel lobby is old, carpet frayed. The hotel fell way below Hyatt standards. In a city with many great hotels don't even bother...
Posted: 9/27/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The view of the Charles is breathtaking. I stayed here during my freshmen orientation when my parents came up with me. I went jogging by the river in the morning and that was awesome. The rooms are nice too, better than the other hotels my parents stayed at when they visited other times. And the building itself looks so nice at night!
Posted: 11/25/2006Provided by Citysearch -
The Hyatt Regency is not cheap, but it is worth it when staying in Boston. I love waking up to see the Boston University crew teams rowing on the St.Charles river. The staff is very helpful, the breakfast was good, and the hotel is within walking distance of Fenway Park (which is a must for me)!