The Cambridge Belfry
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The Cambridge Belfry

from £77
per person
7.8 Good 168 customer reviews

With its stylish accommodation, choice of dining options and its close proximity to Cambridge, a stay at this hotel is a great way to chill out with friends and make the most of the relaxing atmosphere. There are plenty of leisure facilities to enjoy, including tennis, squash and a gymnasium, as well as a pool, spa pool and steam room. In the spa, let the benefits of the indulgent ELEMIS product line leave you feeling pampered and preened, with a selection of massages and facials to choose from.

Spa and hotel facilities

  • Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Relax Room
  • Experience Showers

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Why people visit here

  • Pre-Natal
    The spa provides treatments especially suited to mums-to-be.
  • Hen Friendly
    The location, nearby attractions and the hotel facilities make Cambridge Belfry ideal hosts for groups and hen parties.
  • Family Friendly
    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities. There are children's swimming times.
    Children's Swim Times:
    Monday – Friday 14.30 – 18.30
    Saturday 08.30 – 10.30 & 14.30 – 16.30
    Sunday 08:00 – 13:00
  • Leisure Break Venue
    The hotel has a range of leisure facilities and treatments and a Which? Award for its service, but is not a specialised spa. Facilities include: pool, spa pool, sauna, steam room, experience shower and whirlpool.

The Cambridge Belfry frequently asked questions

Who owns The Cambridge Belfry?

The Cambridge Belfry is part of the QHotels Group, owned by joint venture partners, Aprirose, the real estate investment company, and Cindat Capital Management - the Beijing-based international private equity firm.

How do you get to The Cambridge Belfry?

The Cambridge Belfry is located seven miles to the west of Cambridge, within easy reach of the A1, M11 and A14. It's easy to get to by car using the postcode CB23 6BW, and there are 200 parking spaces on site. For those travelling by train, Cambridge Station is 12 miles away or a 24-minute transfer by taxi. King's Cross/St. Pancras is 50 miles away and there is a regular train service running throughout the day, taking as little as 48 minutes.

What is included in a spa day at The Cambridge Belfry?

What's included in a spa day at The Cambridge Belfry depends on the experience that you book. Guests are invited to spend time using the spa facilities, which include a gym, pool, spa pool, sauna, steam room, experience shower, whirlpool and relaxation room. There are seven treatment rooms (two with showers) as well as a dual suite where therapists offer a unique collection of Elemis therapies and rituals.

What is near The Cambridge Belfry?

The Cambridge Belfry is in a great location for exploring the surrounding area. Nearby attractions include:

Cambridge University
Imperial War Museum Wimpole Estate Ely Cathedral Cambridge University Botanic Garden The mathematical bridge Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge Museum of Technology Linton Zoo River Cam

When was The Cambridge Belfry built?

The Cambridge Belfry opened in June 2004 as an exciting, purpose-built hotel destination ideally positioned for easy access to the historic city of Cambridge.

What amenities does The Cambridge Belfry have?

A four-star hotel with lakeside views, The Cambridge Belfry has 120 rooms and suites offering contemporary style and a warm welcome. The hotel's Bridge bar and restaurant is a fine dining area serving all meals from breakfast through to hearty dinners. They also have an excellent wine cellar.

Spa facilities include a gym, pool, spa pool, sauna, steam room, experience shower, whirlpool and relaxation room. There are seven treatment rooms (two with showers) as well as a dual suite where therapists offer a unique collection of Elemis therapies and rituals.

Accessible facilities include:

The Reception desk is located on the ground floor of the hotel in the entrance lobby. There are six purpose built disabled rooms on all floors. There are no steps or slopes on the main corridors and public areas on the ground floor. Accessible toilet facilities are located near to the bar and reception. All the restaurant, bar and lounge facilities at The Doubletree by Hilton Cambridge Belfry are located on the ground floor making them easily accessible. Meeting rooms are located on the ground floor and are fully accessible from Reception. The patio area can be accessed via the bar and courtyard doors which are level and paved.

What are the food and drink options at The Cambridge Belfry?

The hotel's Bridge bar and restaurant is a fine dining area serving all meals from breakfast through to hearty dinners. They also have an excellent wine cellar.

How many treatment rooms are there at The Cambridge Belfry?

The Cambridge Belfry has seven treatment rooms (two with showers) as well as a dual suite where therapists offer a unique collection of Elemis therapies and rituals.

What time is check in/check out?

Check-in at The Cambridge Belfry is 3pm, while check-out is 11:00am. The spa opening times are 9:00am until 9.00pm Monday to Thursday; 9.00am to 7.00pm on Fridays; 9.00am to 6.00pm on Saturdays and 9.00am until 5.30pm on Sundays. It is suggested you check your specific arrival times however for your spa break, as well as any changes for bank holidays.

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