Hotel Marlowe, Boston

Welcome to the neoclassical retreat on the Charles river bank! Titled from the name of the English poet of the Renaissance era called Christopher Marlowe, Hotel Marlowe is a diversely pulsating luxury in Cambridge featuring snapshots of various experiences. Emphasizing on ‘discovery’, the hotel flashes innovation as well as forward thinking in terms of luxury and comfort that is traditionally inherited. This is reflected in its welcoming textures, soothing colors, stylish accommodations, modern amenities, and custom service. All this together render this Kimpton Hotel as the ideal icon for the rich backpackers who are looking out for a genuinely idiosyncratic boutique hotel in the city.

Hotel Marlowe, a four-diamond boutique overlooking the Charles River, is very near to the MIT campus, Harvard Square, Financial district, Beacon Hill, Paul Revere House, Faneuil Hall, and CambridgeSide Galleria shopping center.


At Hotel Marlowe, there are 236 guest rooms on its 8 floors, each of which offer the park-lined Charles River as well as the grand Boston skyline vistas. Garbed in the vivid colors if the blue, gold, and crimson; leopard-print carpets; floor-to-ceiling windows; red-velvet armchairs; gold-colored walls; and warm-toned furniture; the 100% non-smoking rooms boast all the modern amenities: Premium television channel(s), cable/satellite television channels, pay movies, AC, hypo-allergenic bedding, signature bedding, climate control, curtains, multi-line phone, refrigerator, mini bar, wake-up calls, designer toiletries, mirror, sewing kit, coffee/tea makers (on request) leopard-print bathrobes, hair dryer, in-room childcare (surcharge), cribs, electronic check-out, electronic/magnetic keys, desk, in-room safe (accommodates laptop), desk, iron/ironing board, ipod docking station, high-definition television, housekeeping, turndown service (on request), LCD television, rollaway beds, wired/wireless high-speed internet access (surcharge), triple sheeting with Italian Frette linens, gold-and-red pillow shams, down comforters (bedspreads), soft faux-fur throws, leopard-print bolsters, Etro spa-inspired bath products, in-room recycling bins, daily New York Times delivery, and wheelchair facilities.

Other highlights include ID tags and treats for pets, non-toxic cleaning products, energy-efficient bulbs, recycled paper, and over 130 eco-friendly products via the program called Kimpton Hotels EarthCare.


• Self parking (surcharge)  • Valet parking (surcharge)  • Parking (surcharge)  • Valet parking  • Parking garage  • Complimentary reception  • Fireplace in lobby  • Coffee in lobby  • Air-conditioned public areas  • Concierge desk  • Breakfast available (surcharge)  • Lounge  • Restaurant(s) in hotel  • Room service (24 hours)  • Technology helpdesk  • 24-hour business center  • Audio-visual equipment  • Ballroom(s)

• Event catering  • Banquet facilities  • Wireless (high-speed) Internet access – surcharge  • Wired (high-speed) Internet access – surcharge  • Multiple small meeting rooms  • Multiple conference/meeting rooms  • Multilingual staff  • ATM/banking  • Medical aid  • Dry cleaning/laundry service  • 24-hour front desk  • Safe-deposit box – front desk  • Express check-out  • Doorman/doorwoman  • Shoe shine  • Elevator/lift  • Umbrella  • Supervised child care/activities  • Tours/ticket assistance


• Fitness facilities  • Fitness center with bike, weight machines, and treadmills  • Use of nearby fitness center (complimentary)  • Spa services on site  • Mountain bikes, towels, and yoga kits with mats on rent from the front desk  • Whale-watching  • Rowing or canoeing  • Sailing  • Ice skating  • Swimming  • Aerobics  • Yoga  • Running track/path  • Hiking/biking trails  • Playground

From whale-watching, all the activities take place close by.


There is only restaurant at the Hotel Marlowe, which is called the Bambara that looks over the Charles River. Adorned with high tables as well as deep-cushioned booths, the restaurant serves American brasserie-style cuisine with the focus on ‘new discoveries’. You can have all the three meals – breakfast, lunch, and dinner, except for the weekends when only brunch and dinner are served. The menu is also carried to your rooms at your comfort via the room service for all 24 hours. In summers, enjoy seating in the outdoor patio for dining.


From $100 per night.

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