Duke House vs Graduate Cambridge
Both properties are recommended by those who travel for a living. On balance, Doubletree by Hilton Cambridge City Centre scores slightly better than Duke House. Doubletree by Hilton Cambridge City Centre comes in at #3 in Cambridge with endorsements from 3 reviews like The Telegraph, Rough Guide and Fodor's.
1 Victoria Street, Cambridge CB1 1JP
From $0 /night
- Free Internet
- Free Breakfast
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included
- Flatscreen TV
"Guest rooms at this beautifully converted town house...look like they've been copied from the pages of a lifestyle magazine. ... The house is a 10-minute walk from King's College." Full review
"There is plenty to please the eye and comfort the body in this opulently converted townhouse in the centre of Cambridge." Full review
"The property currently offers five en-suite double bedrooms and a self-catering apartment. Its central location next to Christ’s Pieces, one of the city’s oldest green spaces"
"The property currently offers five en-suite double bedrooms and a self-catering apartment...only a few minutes away from Cambridge’s key attractions."
Granta Place, Mill Lane, Cambridge CB2 1RT
From $230 /night
- Pet Friendly
- Free Internet
- Room Service
- Laundry Service
"This modern establishment makes the most of its peaceful riverside location, and many rooms have sweeping views of the surrounding area." Full review
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"This is the city’s most appealing hotel by a long chalk, occupying a modern 1960s building a couple of minutes’ walk from the centre."
"Architecturally rather bland, but in a city short of decent central places to stay, this is a well-run, very good value option, especially if having a well-located base is more important than spending time in your room." Full review
"Embracing its academic history, bedrooms have pops of Cambridge blue and dusky pink, clever punting boat-themed cabinets, and leather, library-feel desks. "
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"Don’t be put off by Graduate Cambridge’s ugly exterior, as inside lies a quirky, cosy hotel with clever decor that nods to the city’s heritage and a destination restaurant with sustainable, local produce at its heart" Full review