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Sheraton Commander Hotel

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4.3
103 reviews
+1 617-547-4800

Top Amenities

Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
Restaurant
Bar or Lounge

Stay in Historic Harvard Square at Sheraton Commander Hotel

Prime Location

Adjacent to Harvard Square, Sheraton Commander Hotel is an elegant, historic hotel in the most famous of Cambridge’s
Squares.

Things to See and Do

The landmark hotel features a stately Mount Vernon-inspired entrance and Colonial decor. Guests will enjoy the fitness and business centers, as well as the hotel's 16 Garden Street Restaurant & Lounge. Visitors can sit on the park benches near this Harvard Square hotel to people-watch, or take the Red Line subway to Porter Square and downtown Boston.

Sleep Soundly

Rooms are decorated in a classical style and include high-speed Internet access, luxurious bedding, and a flat-panel TV.

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Neighborhood 9
16 Garden St
Cambridge, MA 02138
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
4.3
Food
"Good food"
Cleanliness
"Clean hotel" "Clean room"
100% said rooms were clean.
Service
"Friendly staff" "Great welcome gift"
100% found the staff to be very friendly.
Comfort
"Spacious rooms" "Quiet location"
80% thought rooms were spacious.
100% said the beds were comfortable.
Location
"Lots of shops" "Excellent location"
Room
"Nice furnishings" "Updated rooms"
80% thought rooms were spacious.
100% said rooms were clean.
Vibe
"New hotel"
Only 67% thought, the hotel was modern.
Amenities
"Tiny elevators"
50% thought the building was acceptable.

Good to know...

Spacious rooms
Comfortable beds
Friendly service
Clean rooms
Expert Reviews
DK Eyewitness
Harvard Square’s original hotel, built in 1927, sits across from Cambridge Common and a short walk from Harvard Yard.
Fodor's
The beloved 1927 Harvard Square landmark features classic furnishings with handsome, jewel-colored accents, and cushy leather lounge chairs to serve its mature clientele.
Rough Guide
Rooms are luxurious and enhanced by charming frills such as terrycloth robes, nightlights, an umbrella service (should you have forgotten to pack yours), in-room video games and wi-fi.
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