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De Vere University Arms
Regent Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 1AD
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Situated in the very heart of historic Cambridge, the University Arms Hotel offers an unrivalled position overlooking Parkerís Piece. Just a short walk from the hotel you will find the magnificent Colleges, including the famous Kings College, together with the Bridge of Sighs which can be seen whilst being chauffeured along the River Cam in your own punt. All rooms are fully air conditioned and have complementary high speed internet access.

Tariff from £40 per room per night

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Unfortunately the hotel was very noisy although we had asked for a quiet room.
   
Began our stay with a party at a friend's college. Extended it to Monday - good place to get home to London from. Cambridge is pretty compact for pedestrians and bustles with night-life in bars and clubs even out of term-time. There is plenty to see and do. Traffic system is unique and frustrating until you know what the City fathers mean by the various central districts to which signs point. Watch out for cyclists and cycle-ways. Spy Academy a laugh in woods near a Scout Camp. Imitation machine guns laughable but good fun with lasers in the woods. Excellent Roman occupation museum at Verulamium, nice park. Remaining Romans in St Alban's run Amici, a superb Italian, long-established family restaurant in the town. Despite the house being full to bursting on Saturday night the staff, in proper number, gave excellent service. Shows Thistle how it should be done - if guests are put first.
   
A splended three day break in a beautiful city. Weather perfect which helped. River full of punts which was an entertainment in itself. Shopping in Cambridge will improve when new John Lewis complex opens. The Fitzwilliam museum is well set out which the best selection of early Victorian samplers I have seen. Cambridge Botanical Gardens are a delight with good eating facilities. Spitfire day at Duxford was thoroughily enjoyed by my husband who managed a short flight in a 1930s plane. Altogether a superb break. Hotel well situated with (we counted) 10 quality eating places with 200m of the hotel. The hotel restaurant was also excellent.
   
Room standard was very poor. My wife left a pair a shoes behind and despite 3 separate phone calls they were never located.
   
I was revisiting Cambridge with a friend on the excuse of attending an open lecture sponsored by my old college. We go up to Cambridge about once a year because we enjoy the atmosphere. Kettles Yard (main house and gallery) are usually well worth a visit but on this occasion the exhibition in the gallery was not so good. However the opportunity to punt along the backs 9and not fall in) made up for it. As always dinner at the Loch Fyne restaurant was excellent and the new experience of staying at the University Arms made this a most enjoyable weekend.

 



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