Hotel Marlowe is the only luxury hotel in Cambridge that brings together all that makes the city unique: innovation, diversity and culture. Just minutes from the world-renowned campuses of Harvard and MIT, this inviting boutique hotel makes an ideal location for those seeking the historic and modern in one destination. Cambridge's historic nature combined with its colorful marine past inspired the luxury Hotel Marlowe's interior style. This boutique hotel is whimsical yet neoclassical, highlighted by subtle nautical themes. Featuring a domed ceiling and oversized fireplace- a rich color palette of crimson red, deep blue and bright gold - and striking details like star banners and historic compass designs throughout the hotel. All of the boutique Hotel Marlowe's 236 guestrooms, including 14 suites, combine soothing accommodations with a playful mixture of styles. Rich golds, crimson reds and deep blues mix with details like animal print carpeting, plush velvet fabrics, and high-end finishes.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Hotel Marlowe
- 25 Edwin H. Land Blvd.
- Cambridge, MA 02141
- United States
A Cambridge hotel, the Hotel Marlowe is the latest addition to this beloved Massachusetts town. Separated from Boston by the Charles River, yet linked to Boston by eight bridges, Cambridge is often identified with Harvard and MIT. Indeed, both world-famous campuses shape Cambridge's personality. With people from all over the world mingling in Harvard Square, frequenting coffee houses, and perusing one of the world's densest concentrations of book stores, Cambridge is a Mecca for seekers of knowledge, innovation, culture and diversity.
Directions to Hotel
From the main airport roadway, follow signs for "Route 1A / Sumner Tunnel / I 93." Enter the Sumner Tunnel, and stay in the right lane. As you exit the Sumner Tunnel, veer right into the tunnel for Storrow Drive. As you exit this tunnel, make a left following signs for "Leverett Circle / North Station. At the second light, make a left (follow 28 North sign) and immediately take a right at the next traffic light. This puts you on to the O'Brien highway (28 North). You will pass the Museum of Science on your left. After two traffic lights, turn left onto Edwin H Land Blvd. The Hotel will be one sixteenth of a mile ahead, on your right.
Complimentary daily evening wine reception.
Banquets & Meetings
The luxury Hotel Marlowe offers 9,000 square feet of naturally lit, finely crafted meeting and pre-function space in historic Cambridge, Massachusetts. Located on the second floor of the boutique hotel, four flexible rooms, including a richly appointed 3,400 square foot ballroom, can be configured to create eight separate meeting rooms, accommodating receptions from 350 guests in intimate meetings of 15.
Fine Dining on Site
Bambara, a lively and whimsical 170-seat restaurant and bar, features American Brasserie cuisine and a comfortable, eclectic design inspired by its sister restaurant in Salt Lake City. The chef-driven menu offers creative regional American dishes, highlighting fresh, specialty ingredients indigenous to New England. Designed by internationally known Puccini Consulting Design and Development, the striking interior combines classical elements with modern accents. A centrally located bar, featuring small plates, a global selection of fine wines, and a creative offering of cocktails, overlooks a lush park and the Charles River. Accessible from the bar is an outdoor patio, available to guests in warm weather. Bambara offers 24-hour room service to Hotel Marlowe guests.
Special Pet Amenities include a lunch box full of yummy treats that is given to pets that have stayed at the Marlowe five (5) times and the VIP (Very Important Pets). This amenity is available for both cats and dogs. If it's your pet's birthday the hotel will be more than happy to order your furry friend a birthday cake from the Marlowe's preferred dog treat shop Polka Dog Bakery. Pampered Pets Package also available.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Meeting Space
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pets Allowed
- - Dining
- - Jogging & Running
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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