Take a deep breath, your search is over. Whether it’s our neighborhood hotel location near Harvard or our plush interiors that first drew you to us, you’ve found your Camberville home. Staying with us is to immerse yourself into the fabric of Somerville, one of New England’s most vibrant neighborhoods with some of the most exciting bars & restaurants in greater Boston. A place where artists, research scientists, and entrepreneurs live & work together. A place where everyone is welcome.
When you’re with us, you’re one of us, and we’re pretty great. We pride ourselves on making each and every individual who walks through our doors feel as though they’ve arrived just where they were meant to be. So, come on in!
With generously proportioned rooms and stunning, modern design, we won’t blame you if it’s a struggle to get out of bed in the morning. Our 163 guest rooms all feature large TVs and opulent bathrooms, offering a mix of King and Queen/Queen configurations, perfect for solo excursions or family getaways.
We’ve thought of everything so you don’t have to. From Bluetooth enabled bathroom mirrors to floor-to-ceiling windows letting in every drop of sunshine, your stay with us will be like no other. Whether you’re visiting to enjoy all that our amazing neighborhood has to offer or you’re in town to get some work done, or perhaps a little of both, we’re here for it and we’re here for you. Explore a little about what makes us, us.
Close to both Boston & Cambridge but with an identity all its own, Somerville is neither bustling big city nor sleepy suburb. It’s a dynamic microcosm of everything that makes our area great. Our location is a perfect jumping off point for exploring our home and seeing what our neighbors are creating, making, and doing just steps from our doors.
Just over a half mile from Harvard University and under two miles from both MIT and Tufts University, our hotel is a perfect launching point for exploring some of the top universities and colleges in the greater Boston area.
1. The colloquial term used to refer to the combined cities of Cambridge and Somerville, both hubs of culture, innovation, and exploration.
On top of higher education, our neighbors are some of the leaders of the biotech revolution, immersing us in an unparalleled level of innovation.