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Little, cozy, chic, adorable. A gentle staff that will reply any of your requests with assertiveness. Better than Waldorf, almost a Fours Seasons. Just around the corner to the Harvard campus, you also will enjoy Zoe's, a restaurant to have a long and nice brunch.
I attended a conference in Harvard and stayed here for 3 nights. The location was convenient as it was only a few blocks away for Harvard Square. As many people have indicated, the rooms are very small, but they are nicely decorated. My room, in...More
Situated right in the heart of lovely Cambridge, this is a sweet, chic hotel. There is a great lobby, front area, with a cozy fireplace where it is so comfortable to sit with friends or just hang out and read.
Great expresso coffee, tea, all...More
I recently had to stay for several days at the Veritas to tend to my daughter who had had a minor surgery. The staff of the hotel couldn't have been more generous with their time and attention - always going the extra mile to make...More
My husband and I stayed at Hotel Veritas for a long weekend trip to Cambridge/Boston. The hotel is in a quiet neighborhood right near Harvard Square. We ended up valet parking our car and either walking or taking the train everywhere. Really inviting place, great...More
very close to the subway, ie no more than a 2 block walk. the hotel is about 2.5 miles from copley sq. we have walked from the hotel to the Charles (by MIT) to see the skyscrape, but did not walk across the... More
very close to the subway, ie no more than a 2 block walk. the hotel is about 2.5 miles from copley sq. we have walked from the hotel to the Charles (by MIT) to see the skyscrape, but did not walk across the bridge....
There is also bus service, but I would probably use the "T"
If your visit is to enjoy walking in Boston vs Cambridge, I would opt for a different hotel(though we loved the Veritas)