Sleep Suite: 3 Harvard-Bound Hotels You Won’t Want To Miss



Whether you need to get away from your dorm room or are here to relive the old stomping ground of your alma matter, these 3 Harvard-bound hotels are the perfect place to rest your head and catch a few winks. However, with hotels that are this lovely – sleeping might be the last thing on your agenda. Instead, take in all the beauty and wonder around you with one these local favorites that are sure to please…

Irving House at Harvard

With plenty of old world charm and handfuls of whimsy, the Irving House at Harvard is a quaint little guest house with a whole lot of heart. With free daily breakfast, on-site library and cozy accommodations, if you are in town to visit the university or just here on a staycation, this hometown favorite will charm its way right on to your list of favorite places to hang your hat.

Mary Prentiss Inn

Historic appeal meets modern comfort at the Mary Prentiss Inn that is just moments away from Cambridge. While you are here, you will also get a free cooked-to-order breakfast that will help you wake up ready for a day full of shopping at the nearby shops. If you are looking for an experience that combines new and old… the Mary Prentiss Inn has it all in spades.

Hotel Veritas

Luxury – check. iPod station – check. Everything else you never knew you wanted but always needed – check and check. Hungry at 2 a.m.? Call the concierge. Just down the street, you’ll have access to the American Repertory Theater that is only one mile away. With a truly captivating interior and a pampered experience, you will not be ready to go back home when your trip comes to a close.

From historically significant inns to luxury hotels, there is no shortage of amazing places to stay for the night in Harvard Square. There is not many ways to go wrong and sometimes the best way to find the best place for you… is just to take a risk and book the room. It just might be the best place you ever stayed.


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daniel wallace

My name is Daniel Wallace and I'm in love with the great attractions near Harvard!

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