The Evening Standard says: Cambridge has long attracted tourists with its ancient history, its magnificent 16th century colleges and chapels and its pretty river to punt on, but the lack of a good hotel, until now, has kept it the preserve of students and day trippers rather than weekend visitors. However, with the arrival of the seriously sleek University Arms, all that is about to change.. read more
Four Magazine says: A landmark hotel located in the historic heart of Cambridge, The University Arms, Cambridge is one of the city’s most famous properties. Overlooking Parker’s Piece, it originally opened in 1834 as the city’s original hotel and will now relaunch on August 1 2018. read more
Conde Nast Traveller says: If you want light and space, you need to ask for one of the suites on the Parker’s Piece side. These are wonderful. There cannot be a lovelier bathroom in all of Cambridge than that of room 907 at the University Arms, which occupies one of those turrets that you can see from miles away. read more
The Telegraph says: The oldest hotel in Cambridge, built as a coaching inn alongside the city common, Parker’s Piece, in 1834. The University Arms has been completely rebuilt by top classical architect John Simpson, with interiors by man of the moment Martin Brudnizki. It now has 192 bedrooms and a bar and bistro, Parker’s Tavern. read more




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