Undoubtedly one of the most famous university towns in the world, Cambridge is sprawled alongside the river Cam. In this beautiful town there is something or the other to pique the interest of anybody. Performance arts win here with a range of drama, dance, folk festivals, family shows to choose from. There is even a beer festival! Walking tours as well as bicycling across the town are popular ways to get acclimatized with the neighborhood. The Cambridge University offers free of cost entry to the Fitzwilliam Museum, which is full of antiques sourced from several different civilizations spanning centuries. This is the place for lovers of art and theatre. And since students and soon-to-be students flock here all through the year, the accommodation options here are aplenty.
Finding a hotel in Cambridge is not a hard task. The Regent Hotel is a great option, with its Georgian townhouse façade. They offer complimentary high speed Wi-Fi along with free breakfasts. Add to that contemporary stylish rooms with views of the lush green park, and you have got a winner on your hands. And if you are looking to really soak up the historical feel of the city, then there is the perfect hotel in Cambridge for you. Hotel Felix is a villa that has been converted into a boutique hotel. The staff takes good care of the guests, offering smiles and sightseeing tips without even being asked.