"..won’t satisfy everyone’s tastes and wants. It is too small to do that and too smart to try." Boston Globe

REVIEWS

TripAdvisor rates Hotel Veritas as the best hotel in Cambridge, MA and the best hotel near Harvard University.

One of the recent reviews of Hotel Veritas on TripAdvisor:

“Fabulously appointed tiny rooms in Harvard Square”

“This two-year hotel offers impeccable and friendly service in a well-located boutique hotel near Harvard Square. The staff bends over backwards to take care of your every need (Nespresso machine and all types of non-alcoholic beverages are free in the lobby) and one feels truly looked after. Having said that, there is no restaurant, there is a bar service in the lobby where local spirits are served and the immediate neighborhood does not have the best restaurants in Cambridge. I have stayed here now 3 times and will continue to do so…although the difference in price between this and the other luxury hotel in Harvard Square (the Charles) has been narrowing and may now be nonexistent.”

Stayed April 2012, traveled with family

Reviews of Hotel Veritas in Harvard Square:

Top Ten New Hotels in the United States  “Hotel Veritas is an anomaly on the contemporary hotel scene.”   Gayot

“The furniture is in a chic Art Deco style, with antique mirrors, silver-leafed furniture and iridescent walls and curtains, none of them crimson.”  New York Times

“Feels exclusive and very Harvard — the perfect base camp for guests who require a little privacy.”  Boston Magazine

“The 31 rooms are small, but the details—understated Deco-style furnishings, Anichini linens, and Etro bath products—up the comfort factor.”  New York Magazine

“Hotel Veritas won’t satisfy everyone’s tastes and wants. It is too small to do that and too smart to try.”  Boston Globe

“Right in Harvard Square, this chic, thirty-room European-style hideaway really puts the “ooh” into boutique hotel.”  Rough Guide to Boston

Most Romantic Hotel in Cambridge  “The luxurious rooms at the Hotel Veritas feel cozy, not cramped – perfect for cuddling.”  Frommer’s

Best of New England 2012 – Editors’ Choice “If you had a decadently wealthy but utterly refined Italian uncle who also taught at Harvard for his own amusement, his house might look something like this 31-room hotel.”  Yankee Magazine

“The 31-room property is old Cambridge meets Italian minimalism – hints of which can be found everywhere from the crown moldings in every room to the luxurious Anichini bed linens.”  Time Out Boston

“Behind a traditional Victorian exterior are guest rooms bedecked with luxe beds, mirrored nightstands, and silvery wallpaper.”  Elle Decor

“The chunky, gemlike Villeroy & Boch sink fixtures, the teal leather chairs with nailhead trim, and the metal patio furniture by Cambridge “it” designer Adam Simha are all au courant.”  Fashion Boston

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