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Me and my family stayed last weekend, we was checked in by a lovely lady named Charley. The room was very spacious. The location was great in the middle of a leisure complex with many restaurants. We will be back very soon!!
Visiting with friends over the weekend. The central location was fantastic, as well as having local amenities close by which was handy.
The rooms were clean and tidy, and we all had a great nights sleep.
Staff were very friendly and the location was prime . Close to the rail station and next to many restaurants . Would definitely be returning . Rooms were tidy and comfortable for our stay . Additional services available via front desk were appreciated.
We have stayed at the Cambridge Central Travellodge as we were visiting a nearby hospital. The staff at the reception and kitchen have been very friendly and supportive as well as knowledgable when ensuring we understood the risk of potential allergens in the food. This...More
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Rooms very basic. Basin was blocked for duration of our stay, despite reception being informed. Came back from a wedding at 1a.m. to find our towels had been removed and not replaced. Water for showers/baths was tepid. Breakfast was passable the first morning and terrible...More
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There is a car park at the front hotel, but it is not affiliated with it as it's owned by the leisure park itself. It is pay and display and is £12 for 24 hours. Guests can park in the multi-storey car park (The large Blue... More
There is a car park at the front hotel, but it is not affiliated with it as it's owned by the leisure park itself. It is pay and display and is £12 for 24 hours. Guests can park in the multi-storey car park (The large Blue building that says Cambridge Leisure on the side). It will give you a white ticket on entry and so long as you get it validated at the hotel reception, you will be paying £7 for 24 hours (plus the discount applies for each day, so 2 nights will be £14, etc). The discount is not affected by check out, so if you're leaving the hotel at 12 you can leave your car in the multi storey for as long as you like. Just don't forget to get your ticket validated.
There are plenty of pubs along the Hills road and Regent Street in the way into town. Its about a 15-20 minute walk from the hotel to the cloest club, Revoultions. Staff at reception are happy to book cabs but in terms of a... More
There are plenty of pubs along the Hills road and Regent Street in the way into town. Its about a 15-20 minute walk from the hotel to the cloest club, Revoultions. Staff at reception are happy to book cabs but in terms of a pub crawl from hotel to club, you've got a perfect route with The Regal Weatherspoons as the last pub before Revs.