While you’re in town visiting the University of Cambridge, enjoy an exclusive offer at Graduate Cambridge of up to 20% off our best available rate with the code CAMPUS. Our idyllic retreat is set right on the River Cam, in the heart of Cambridge’s historic centre. Read below to learn more about why we’re the perfect place to stay during your next trip to the city.Book Now
Graduate Cambridge offers a variety of amenities to enjoy during your stay which set us apart from the rest including our lobby-level bar and restaurant, Garden House, complimentary WiFi and a 24-hour leisure centre. We even offer complimentary bike rentals to explore the city on wheels. Plus, pups stay for just £20 per night in our pet-friendly accommodations.
Steps away from University of Cambridge colleges, our idyllic retreat feels like an extension of the university, with nods to college architecture and crests, and discoveries like the DNA double helix. Cambridge Station is a short ride away, only 10 mins via cab (£7).Get Directions - Opens in a new window
Cambridge is a collegiate university, which means it comprises University faculties and departments in different academic subjects, and a number of different Colleges. The university has 29 undergraduate Colleges, and each college has its own charm and perks for students as well as college grounds. A college is where students live, socialise and receive small group teaching sessions. A student must be admitted to a College before he or she can become a member of the University.
The University Colleges are within walking or cycling distance from the hotel and can be accessed throughout the city centre alongside the shops, restaurants, attractions and bars.
Many of the colleges can be seen from the River Cam when taking a punting trip along the iconic Cambridge Backs. Scudamore’s Punting Station is located directly beside the hotel and offers College Backs punt tours as well as other punting packages including an afternoon tea or gin tour.
The oldest college in Cambridge is Peterhouse, just opposite Graduate Cambridge, and was founded in 1284 by Hugo de Balsham, Bishop of Ely. The land that Graduate Hotel is built on belongs to Peterhouse College. Click here to learn more about the Colleges of Cambridge.