The hotel is quiet, centrally located to the colleges in Cambridge, very cute. The rooms are old, as are the beds, as is the plumbing, but it is nice to be able to walk to everything that you want to see.
The hotel is well placed in Cambridge with easy access to the city center and being placed next to the Cam so on a pleasant day this is an enjoyable way finish or start with a walk. Not being in the center of things means that any noise level from traffic is practically non existent. Thoroughly enjoyed our brief over night stay.
We've been to the Felix three times and it's a classy place - nice breakfast, stylish room, good staff. Only criticisms this time - the smell of smokers on the terrace was drifting into the restaurant and breakfast service was a bit slow but overall it's a nice place.
Traveller from yorkshire
Hotel Felix offers contemporary design, luxurious accommodation and a refreshing new experience to stay in Cambridge. …More
Real value for money stay. Facilities in the room were excellent, and the internet worked brilliantly.
The room was really clean, bed comfortable, and an adequate supply of tea/coffee,
I have also a need to comment on the how quiet it was, and the wonderful view of the family of rabbits.
I actually never felt that I was staying at a Service station.
Although the hotel was undergoing refurbishment, the reception staff could not have possibly been more welcoming, efficient, or helpful.
Also there is a really good range of eating close by.
I will definitely use this hotel in the future, for both business and leisure.
Traveller from North East
The Days Inn Cambridge is a few moments drive from Cambridge and offers large bedrooms with power showers, hot drink makers …More
Nice hotel but could do with some updating. Bathroom vent was very dusty looked like it had never been cleaned. Shower could have been cleaned better. No air conditioning in the rooms just a pathetic floor fan that hardly worked. Bed was comfortable.
Food was very good and staff were very friendly.
Traveller from Cambridge
This contemporary four-floor hotel is set in the Cambridgeshire countryside and is 10.5 miles from the historic university …More
Floating in the misty fens, this beautiful university city attracts hordes of visitors to its gothic spires, shady cloisters and wide open parks. In the summer, sun seekers punt along the Cam or picnic under the willows that line its banks. Strawberry Fair free music festival takes place early in June and the city's famous folk festival is in July. The view from Castle Hill is worth the climb.