Boston Marriott Cambridge

Boston Marriott CambridgeLocation
Boston Marriott Cambridge
50 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02142
United States

Lodging
Rooms at the Boston Marriott Cambridge Hotel are SOLD OUT.

There are currently rooms available at Residence Inn Boston Cambridge, located just down the street from the Boston Marriott Cambridge. Check the hotel’s website for rates.

Hotel Cancellation
You must cancel your room reservation at least 72 hours before the date of your arrival to receive a full refund. NSF is not responsible for any hotel cancellations, early departure charges and/or fees incurred by individuals in anticipation of attending the NSF Grants Conference. Please note that if a guest misses either part or all of their reservation without notifying the hotel, they will still be charged for the entire stay that was reserved.

Transportation and Parking Information

Driving Directions from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)

  • Follow signs at the airport to the Sumner Tunnel.
  • Pay the toll and take the Sumner Tunnel to Interstate 93 North.
  • You will see a sign for Interstate 93 North at the end of the tunnel.
  • Take 93 North to Exit 26 and follow the signs to Storrow Drive.
  • Keep left to take the RT-28 N ramp toward Leverett Cir/North Station.
  • Continue to stay left to take the RT-28 N ramp toward Cambridge.
  • Turn right onto Leverett Cir.
  • Stay straight to go onto RT-28 N/Monsignor Obrien Hwy.
  • Turn left onto Edwin H Land Blvd/Commercial Ave (Edwin H. Land BLVD is just past Museum Way).
  • In approximately 0.4 miles turn right onto Binney St.
  • Follow Binney St. for about 1 mile then turn left onto Broadway.
  • The hotel is on the right after the first set of traffic lights.

Transportation The hotel does not provide shuttle service

  • Taxi Fare – Estimated $30 (one way)
  • Subway Service – $2.75 (one way) Hotel is located near the subway stop Kendall Square/MIT- Red Line

Parking at the Boston Marriott Cambridge

  • Off-site parking: $45 daily
  • Valet parking: $50 daily
  • Limited valet parking with in/out privileges, no in/out offsite self-parking. Garage height clearance 5 feet 10 inches

Local Transportation

MA Bay Transportation Authority

THINGS TO DO IN boston

Dining Near Boston Marriott Cambridge1

  • Champions American Enjoy classic American fare and a selection of craft beers in a relaxed atmosphere at Champions, which also offers a weekly barbeque during the summer months. Our laid-back bar and restaurant is popular with Cambridge locals and visitors alike.
  • Legal Sea Foods Seafood, 0.2 mi Serving the freshest seafood. “If it isn’t fresh, it isn’t Legal.” Located just minutes from the hotel.
  • The Cambridge Brewing Company American, 0.7 mi Airy gastropub with beer as an ingredient in many entrees, plus craft ales from an on-site brewery.
  • Harvest American, 3.9 mi Venerable, welcoming mainstay for contemporary New England seasonal dishes & a garden courtyard.
  • Craigie on Main French, 0.8 mi High-end restaurant with innovative, French-inspired locavore fare & seasonal tasting menus.
  • EVOO Sandwiches, 0.3 mi EVOO, an acronym for Extra Virgin Olive Oil, serves eclectic New American cuisine. Our menus feature organic, local and sustainable infgredients and our menus change daily.
  • The Smoke Shop Bar-B-Q, 0.9 mi Dine on creative BBQ dishes, and smoked meat trays with flair.

*Suggestions were compiled from Boston Marriott Cambridge website.

Attractions in Boston2

  • Freedom Trail The three-mile Freedom Trail leads you past – and into – 16 of the city’s principal historic monuments and sites. It’s easy to follow, by the line of red bricks in the sidewalk and by footprints at street crossings. Begin by picking up brochures on the attractions at the Visitor Center in the Boston Common before heading to the State House.
  • Faneuil Hall Faneuil Hall’s ground floor is occupied by market stalls; on the upper floor is a council chamber, which in the 18th and 19th centuries was the meeting place of revolutionaries and later, of abolitionists. On its fourth floor is the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Museum, with weaponry, uniforms, and paintings of significant battles. The adjoining Faneuil Hall Marketplace includes three long halls occupied by a lively assortment of shops, restaurants, and exhibitions.
  • Museum of Science Exhibits in this extensive science museum encourage learning through hands-on exploration of science and technology, but the museum is not just for children. Physics, biology, chemistry, ecology, zoology, astronomy, computers, and more are explored in more than 700 permanent, hands-on exhibits that are enhanced by stage presentations and interpreters.
  • Boston Common & Public Library In the heart of the city is Boston Common, America’s oldest park and the start of the Freedom Trail. In this large green space, which is much used by locals year-round, are various monuments and the Central Burying Ground of 1756. Adjoining it on the west side of Charles Street, is the 24-acre Public Garden, America’s oldest botanical garden, as well as Victorian-style monuments and statues.
  • Boston HarborWalk The Boston waterfront has seen many changes since its early beginnings as a colonial shipping port. Today, this interesting mix of residential and commercial space is connected by HarborWalk, an attractive walkway along the waterfront, with parks, public art, benches, cafés, interpretive signs, and access to several means of exploring the harbor by cruise boat, ferry, or water taxi.
  • USS Constitution & Bunker Hill The USS Constitution is the oldest commissioned ship in the United States Navy, and is still commanded and crewed by Navy personnel. The ship is open to visitors, who can go below decks and hear about the ship’s construction and action at sea. Across the pier, the USS Constitution Museum provides historical context through interactive exhibits that illustrate life aboard a naval vessel two centuries ago. Charlestown Navy Yard is part of the Boston National Historical Park, and it’s a short walk to the Bunker Hill Monument and Museum, also in the park.
  • New England Aquairium Overlooking the waterfront, the New England Aquarium features more than 20,000 fish and aquatic animals representing over 550 species. A man-made Caribbean coral reef houses a large variety of tropical fish and underwater life including sharks, turtles, and moray eels. The Edge of the Sea touch tank allows visitors to handle small invertebrates like crabs, starfish, and urchins. Outside the aquarium, visitors can watch harbor seals play, perform, and live in their enclosed habitat.

*Suggestions were compiled from Planetware.

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Location Boston Marriott Cambridge 50 Broadway Cambridge, MA 02142 United States

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