Harding House

Address: 288 Harvard Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 288 Harvard Street, Cambridge, is near Fogg Art Museum, Minuteman Trail, Ryles Jazz Club, and Inman Square.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHarding House Cambridge

          Reviewed by sjmckee

          A good, central place to stay in Cambridge

          Reviewed Jun 23, 2013
          by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

          Very comfortable and quiet. Friendly staff. I hate being required to fill out reviews like this. Makes me dislike the site.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Harding House Cambridge

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Cambridge

          The Room

          A travel blog entry by michaeltrippin on Sep 03, 2015

          8 photos

          At this point, I am done with being in the heat and want to get to my room. I wanted to at least have the first two nights settled so I got an Airbnb a week ago. The place looked close to everything so I thought that would be great!. When I say it was close to everything, I mean it. It was about 2 miles from Tufts. Still took about 20 minutes to get to, though. Boston is not a driving town.

          It is about three o'clock at this point so ...


          A travel blog entry by edddadams on Aug 07, 2014

          ... in search of beer. Being in the outer suburbs the bars were much cheaper, a pitcher for 9 bucks. Went to a Brazilian cafe for dinner, had a really tasty cheap burger. Back at the hostel we got chatting to some travellers on the terrace. A war veteran who just returned from Afgan was still a bit shaken up. An Irish girl who was wasted and a guy from Ohio who was doing a paper on Indian trading routes between the 17th and 19th ...

          Out and about in Boston

          A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 23, 2014

          2 comments, 2 photos

          ... exist between Downtown Crossing and Chinatown, now refurbished Looking up slang in Boston and came across 'the combat zone' so that Is definitely where my accommodation is located! But I kept walking and manage to find my way to South Boston- famous for its art scene. I came into Broadway which included an 'Irish spa'! Only in Boston! There was also an events planner shop which had a gallery on display of past events... This included a four tier cake for st Patricks day! But on ...

          Hello, Chloe

          A travel blog entry by sindlen on Jan 17, 2014

          ... of Christmas decorations out and it looked lovely. We walked up Acorn Street, which the boys enjoyed. Then out to the Common. We watched people skating on Frog Pond and then decided due to the time and temperature we would head to Faneuil (rhymes with Daniel) Hall/Quincey Market. Unfortunately I got the corners of the Common muddled up (and yes I should know better) and we ended up in Chinatown. Eventually we ended up back at the market where ...

          A Brief & Recent History of Africa

          A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 25, 2013

          1 photo

          ... those places that have had positive experiences and then the sad, troubled history ones.

          Positive Countries: Ghana was the first country to achieve independence under Kwame Nkrumah, who loved the idea of African unity and the allure of nationally controlled enterprises i.e. socialism. He was overthrown in a peaceful coup and then Jerry Rawlings assumed power, presiding over a terrible contraction of the Ghanaian economy. Malawi ...