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Below is a non-exhaustive list of hotels in Cambridge at various prices. The room rates provided are meant as a guide only, and are subject to change and availability.

Under £150 a night

Arundel House Hotel
•    Three-star hotel 
•    £90-110 per night (including breakfast)
•    23-minute walk to the Faculty (or 15 mins by the 4 and then the U Universal bus)
Centennial Hotel
•    Three-star hotel 
•    £100-120 per night (including breakfast)
•    13 minutes to the Faculty by the U Universal bus
Holiday Inn
•    Three-star hotels
•    Several in and around Cambridge
•    £70-£90 per night (including breakfast)
Hyatt Centric Cambridge
•    Four-star hotel 
•    £120-£170 per night (can include breakfast)
•    16 minutes to the Faculty by the U Universal bus
ibis Cambridge Central Station
•    Three-star hotel 
•    £90-120 per night (can include breakfast)
•    17 minutes to the Faculty by the U Universal bus
Lensfield Hotel
•    Three-star hotel 
•    £70-90 per night
•    16-minute walk to the Faculty (or 11 mins by the U Universal bus)
Novotel Cambridge North
•    Four-star hotel 
•    £90-£120 per night (including breakfast)
•    17-minute drive to the Faculty (or 36 mins by the 2 bus)
Travelodge 
•    Several in and around Cambridge
•    Prices start from £26.99 per night

More than £150 a night

Clayton Hotel
•    Four-star hotel 
•    £170-200 per night (can include breakfast)
•    18 minutes to the Faculty by the U Universal bus
Gonville Hotel
•    Four-star hotel 
•    £240-270 per night (including breakfast)
•    21-minute walk to the Faculty (or 14 mins by the 18/75 bus)
Graduate Cambridge 
•    Four-star hotel 
•    £220-240 per night (including breakfast)
•    8-minute walk to the Faculty 
Hilton Cambridge City Centre
•    Four-star hotel 
•    £200-220 per night (including breakfast)
•    12-minute walk to the Faculty
Hotel du Vin & Bistro
•    Four-star hotel 
•    £250-280 per night (including breakfast)
•    13-minute walk to the Faculty
The Regent
•    Three-star aparthotel 
•    £220-240 per night
•    17-minute walk to the Faculty (or 15 mins by the U Universal bus)
University Arms Autograph Collection
•    Four-star hotel 
•    £230-£260 per night (can include breakfast)
•    17-minute walk to the Faculty (or 15 mins by the U Universal bus)

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