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Explore Cambridge and Downtown Boston

Boston Marriott Cambridge exudes modern style, exceptional service and offers an unparalleled location in trendy Kendall Square. Tour the campuses of nearby MIT and Harvard Universities, experience a ballgame or concert at historic Fenway Park, enjoy a stroll along the Charles River or visit the Museum of Science, the perfect family-friendly activity. Located steps from the Red Line, enjoy easy access to bustling downtown Boston just two subway stops away. Looking to combine travel with exercise like a true Cambridge local? Hop on a Bluebike, Boston’s public bike share program with several stations conveniently located within a block of our hotel.

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Kendall Square

Located just steps from Kendall Square, Boston Marriott Cambridge is close to downtown Boston and offers a comfortable, welcoming stay in a modern atmosphere.    

Cambridge is home to a vast array of eclectic open spaces - including Kendall Square, where our hotel is located. Explore trendy restaurants, local attractions and enjoy an innovative atmosphere. For the ultimate in travel convenience, our hotel is located just outside the MBTA Kendall Square T Stop (red line) and only two stops away from Downtown Boston.

MIT

Take a leisurely stroll down Ames Street, just five minutes from our hotel, to the campus of Cambridge's famed Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Marvel at modern architecture created by masters such as Alvar Aalto, I.M. Pei and Frank Gehry. MIT is also home to several notable museums; explore the List Visual Arts Center for an amazing collection of contemporary art, or stop by the MIT Museum for holography, robots and activities for all ages.

Harvard University

Harvard University is the oldest institute of higher learning in America - and our hotel is only a few miles away. 

Since its beginnings in 1636, Harvard University has remained one of the most prominent universities in the world. The 209-acre main campus is centered on Harvard Yard and it hosts dozens of academic buildings, inspired architecture, and boasts of original works in the many libraries found on campus. Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School are located here as well.

Harvard Square

Each year millions of people visit the famous Harvard Square, where you will find streets lined with bookstores, boutiques, restaurants, and cafes. Enjoy a bite and a drink while you take in the sights, read a book, or enjoy live music. Become inspired at one of the many theaters and comedy clubs plus getting there is easy on the Red Line T, just steps from our Cambridge hotel.

Downtown Boston

Head straight from our hotel to the MBTA Red Line to explore top attractions just across the river from Cambridge in downtown Boston.

Discover boutiques, designer shops and a variety of dining options along Newbury Street, Copley Square and the Prudential Center all within Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. Stroll through charming Quincy Market and take in a street performance show in the warmer months or marvel at the holiday light shows around Christmas time. 

Seaport District

Discover the Seaport District, the city’s ever growing waterfront neighborhood.

Also known as the Innovation District, the Seaport has seen a massive transformation over the past decade and is constantly growing and adding modernity to the city’s skyline with its many sleek and modern buildings. Stroll along the waterfront and dine at a variety of restaurants or take a water taxi to nearby attractions such as the Tea Party Ships and Museum, Boston Children’s Museum, or New England Aquarium. Searching for a bit more of the old city? The famous North End is just a short walk away and offers a variety of Italian dining options.