Hotel Felix, Cambridge, UK

A few weeks ago, I was in Cambridge on a business trip. I stayed in a nice, boutique Hotel Felix for 3 nights.

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Location:

Hotel Felix is located around 10 minutes taxi drive from the center of Cambridge in a quiet, residential area on a Whitehouse Lane.

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Facilities:

This Victorian Mashion boutique hotel has an in-house art collection, an award winning restaurant ‘Graffitti’ and some cosy spaces to relax.

Room:
My room was spacious and had a contemporary décor. I loved my king bed which was comfortable. My room was equipped with:

  • Egyptian cotton sheets and duck down pillows and duvets;
  • Air conditioning;
  • Mini bar with a complimentary bottle of milk;
  • Tea and coffee making facilities;
  • Complimentary Wi-fi;
  • Smart TV with freeview channels;
  • Personal safe and hair dryer;
  • Direct dial telephone system with voicemail.

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The bathroom was large and had a simple décor and some fluffy towels and bathrobes were provided. Some basic toiletries from White Company were provided.

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Overall:

Hotel Felix would be suitable for anyone who wishes to stay away of a busy hustle and bustle of Cambridge city.

My room was comfortable and the surroundings were peaceful so it was nice to relax at the end of a busy day. On the other hand, I was a bit disappointed that hotel didn’t have a gym and the service during the breakfast was extremely slow and I ended up waiting for my coffee for over 15 minutes… Next time, I would probably stay closer to the city center as Hotel Felix is in the middle of nowhere and you need to take a taxi or walk for over 30min if you wish to get to the center of Cambridge.

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Address:

 

Whitehouse Ln, Huntingdon Rd, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0LX

I hope you enjoyed reading this review!

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Pauline

Holiday destinations: Cambridge, UK

A few weeks ago, I was on a business trip in Cambridge.

Cambridge is a city in the county town of Cambridgeshire in England.  It is located around 80 km north of London and in 2011 its population was slightly over 123,000 including almost 25 thousands of students.

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Cambridge is at the heart of the high-technology industries including software and bio-science and many start-up companies spun out of the university.

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More than 40% of the workforce has a higher education qualification, more than twice the national average. 

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  1. King’s College Chapel;
  2. Fitzwilliam Museum;
  3. Mathematical Bridge;
  4. Cambridge University Botanic Garden;
  5. University of Cambridge.

I hope you enjoyed reading this review.

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Pauline