The Mary Prentiss Inn

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R$ 688

Localização do Estabelecimento O Mary Prentiss Inn abre-lhe as portas a uma estadia em Cambridge, no centro histórico, e a cerca de 3 km de vários lugares emblemáticos, incluindo Harvard Law School e Harvard Square. Este bed & breakfast encontra-se ainda a cerca de 5 km de outros lugares proeminente...

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Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

Localização do Estabelecimento O Mary Prentiss Inn abre-lhe as portas a uma estadia em Cambridge, no centro histórico, e a cerca de 3 km de vários lugares emblemáticos, incluindo Harvard Law School e Harvard Square. Este bed & breakfast encontra-se ainda a cerca de 5 km de outros lugares proeminentes, incluindo Boston University e Fenway Park.Quartos Os 20 individualmente decorados farão com que se sinta em casa. As camas têm colchões Select Comfort, para um sono pleno de conforto. Ligue-se à internet com e sem fios grátis e dê uma espreitadela pelos seus e-mails. Em alternativa, assista a uma...

6 Prentiss St, Cambridge, MA 02140, USA - Cambridge, Massachusetts - Estados Unidos - 02140

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

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Pontuação dos viajantes
  • Excelente

    253

  • Muito Bom

    72

  • Bom

    18

  • Razoável

    13

  • Ruim

    7

Perfil dos viajantes
  • Negócios

    63

  • Romântica

    126

  • Viagem a sós

    35

  • Família

    104

  • Viagem com amigos

    11

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  • Custo-benefício

  • Limpeza

  • Localização

  • Qualidade do sono

  • Quartos

Casa bonita e bem localizada em Cambridge

Avaliou em 24 de setembro de 2019

Casa em estilo antigo, muito bem conservada e preparada para hospedagem, dois andares, Staff atencioso, café da manhã servido na mesa e muito bom. Fica em Cambridge a 5 min a pé da estação de trem (Boston) e a uns 15 min a pé da Universidade de Harvard. Próximo há alguns locais para comer que também dá para ir a pé. Local agradável, uma estadia muito boa.

AnaPaulaViajante

Disappointed change

Avaliou em 30 de maio de 2022

This was the Mary Prentiss Inn now called the Prentiss. We have stayed at the Mary Prentiss many times in the past and were always pleased with the service, rooms and the morning home made breakfast. Now it has changed and to me not for the better. I was trying to make reservation, and called only to be told that I now have to make reservations on line. Never before did I have to do this. I asked about parking there, which they have under the Inn in the past for free, now it is $ 35 a night. Not free. I asked about the breakfast which now is not available. What a shame. Times have changed for this Inn with the helpful in home reservations, free parking and a great fresh breakfast. Changing times have certainly happened to the Inn and to me not for the better. The person answering the phone refused to answer any questions concerning pricing and room availability. Well guess what with all the other establishments in the area, this establishment will no longer be a choice for me nor will I recommend this place any longer. It's a shame that the new owners do not care about the friendly feeling that should be given to any guest or any persons asking information. Oh just to make myself clear I did not stay nor did I make any reservations as planned, so where you see when did I travel I had to answer it other wise I could not continue.

Robert Y

Closed

Avaliou em 13 de julho de 2021

This lodging is now informing patrons that the Mary Prentiss Inn is now closed. The inn operated for 30 years. The sister property, Kendall Hall, remains opened in nearby Kendall Square. Hopefully Mary Prentiss will be taken over by new operators as the potential for great accommodations were always there.

fallenidol234

Charming with issues

Avaliou em 11 de novembro de 2019

This is a charming small hotel in a great location, but it's due for refurbishment.  We stayed in suite 13 which is relatively spacious, but the space is poorly utilized. There is no usable desk, just a narrow and impractical antique table by the door. The walls and the carpet need a refresh.  It was relatively quiet, except for the old air conditioning system which was so loud we had to shut it off overnight.  We had a plumbing issue resulting in brown water in the shower but it was fixed pretty quickly.    It's important to note this is a 20-room inn, not a B&B.  Breakfast service was impersonal and unimaginative, and the staff always seemed to be in a hurry to clean up.  Wifi didn't work for much of the time we were there (4 days). Staff told us it was an issue with their service provider, but as this was a working trip for my wife and I the lack of wifi was a major inconvenience. The parking situation is not good because they try to cram too many cars into too small of a space.  Constant jockeying is needed.  If you have a large car you should avoid this garage. I do love old houses (in fact I own two) so I don't expect everything to be perfect, but there is room for improvement here.

R A

Charming but too noisy for sleep.

Avaliou em 13 de outubro de 2019

Pleasant surroundings, quaint 19th-century decor and reasonably satisfying breakfast options. Staff were efficient and polite if not effusive or especially gracious. Our room, though one side of the bed had no nightstand, was spacious and comfortable, with two easy chairs, bedside sconces, and a high, firm bed and mattress. Also included two suitcase racks (not just one), which I appreciate. So this would have been a four-star review but for the fact that our room, Room 1, directly off the porch and lobby, was insanely noisy so we slept badly (not a frequent problem for us). Any first-floor room here might be the same. Since sleep is kind of the point, $279/night is way too much for these rooms. And management should be up front about the situation on the website, the way a sports arena or theater labels obstructed-view seats. Fortunately for us, there were no prolonged late-night conversations in the lobby during our stay, since it was about two feet from the head of our bed. That was just luck, though, and there's no luck for anyone trying to sleep through breakfast-prep when your pillows are directly above the kitchen. Starting around 6 am, we could hear arrivals ("Good morning!" a staffer called in full voice to the delivery person, directly outside our window.) and the clanking of dishes, glasses and cutlery and could smell a heavy odor of frying butter and bacon. Honestly, it felt like we were trying to sleep *in* the kitchen. In addition, the HVAC and other machine and plumbing noises were also unusually loud. So catching up on lost sleep later in the day, as people came and went through the main door just outside our room, wouldn't have been an option. A pretty place but, especially for a splurge, disappointing.

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