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Hyatt Regency Cambridge

Hyatt Regency Cambridge Rating: 3.5 Pearls

One of the cheapest hotels in Cambridge, the Hyatt Regency could get away with being a bare-bones business hotel. In fact, it's better than that: The rooms were renovated in 2010, there are quality amenities (including an indoor pool and a well-equipped gym), and it has a charming location overlooking the Charles River. It's a great value for those who don't need to be in the thick of things.

Royal Sonesta Hotel

Royal Sonesta Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Though it lacks any Boston flavor -- despite its location on the banks of the Charles River -- the 400-room Royal Sonesta is one of the best deals going in Cambridge. A renowned Italian restaurant, skyline and river views, and comfortable rooms easily make up for the odd design that dresses up an outdated shell with avant-garde art installations.

Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel

Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Opened in February 2008, this bright 450-room hotel offers a lot for the price -- fairly large, stylish rooms; an indoor pool; a great restaurant; and a lively bar. With a location that's ultra convenient to the airport, train station, and Boston Convention Center, it naturally attracts large groups but not so much so that individual guests feel lost or ignored.

The Copley Square Hotel

The Copley Square Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This historic 143-room hotel in Back Bay features cutely decorated (if tiny) rooms, a fun martini bar, free Wi-Fi, and free wine and coffee in the cozy lobby. The fitness center is small and the restaurant doesn't serve lunch unless requested for a private function. Low prices make it a solid value choice, however, especially for the central Copley Square location.

Courtyard Boston Tremont Hotel

Courtyard Boston Tremont Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 315-room, 15-story affordable hotel has small standard rooms that make the most out of the space and a great location a mere block from the Boston Common. Free extras like Internet access, rollaway beds, and coffee help keep costs down -- and make us wish more hotels did the same.

Harborside Inn Of Boston

Harborside Inn Of Boston Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Downtown Boston's Harborside Inn has no gym, no restaurant, and no porters or valets, but with well-sized, spotless rooms, a friendly front desk staff, and a prime location, it's a worthwhile value for leisure and business travelers who can do without the extras.

Courtyard By Marriott Boston Copley Square

Courtyard By Marriott Boston Copley Square Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Ideally located in Back Bay, just down the block from Copley Square, this 81-room Marriott has some of the best and biggest rooms for the buck in its location (making it a smart choice for families). Plus, it has a comfy business lounge with free computer and printer access, a small fitness room, and a quality breakfast buffet.

Chandler Inn

Chandler Inn Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Located in Boston’s pricey and historic South End neighborhood, the Chandler Inn offers an affordable alternative to budget-minded travelers who value savings more than amenities. The Trophy Room, a popular on-site American bistro that serves a lively bar crowd at night, is a highlight. A couple of T station stops are a short walk away, and it's a 10-minute walk to Copley Square and Newbury Street. Rooms are clean and contemporary, particularly for the price, but features are limited -- guests will not find closet space, exercise facilities, or room service.


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