The Kendall Hotel in Cambridge, Massachusetts is located where Cambridge meets Boston at 350 Main Street and is considered a historic hotel that was built in 1895. The hotel was originally constructed to accommodate stables and act as firemen dormitories. The Queen Anne style and structure of the building still stands today. A wide variety of guest rooms and meeting rooms are available for both social and business events.
Guest rooms at the Kendall include a total of 73 rooms and four one-bedroom suites complete with a classic American style décor and linens. Each room is spacious and comfortable to give guests a pleasant and relaxing environment to sleep in. Standard amenities include climate control options, windows that open, separate shower and tub facilities, complimentary bottled water, and chocolates each night before bed.
There is self parking at the hotel, both covered and uncovered. A small fee is charged for both options and parking passes may be obtained upon check in. Due to large business conventions and conferences reservations fill quickly and it is advised that reservations be made well in advance of arrival dates. The facility is a non-smoking environment where designated smoking areas are clearly marked.