Nestled between Cambridge and Boston, Hyatt Regency Boston / Cambridge offers both family-centric and artistically fulfilling opportunities, whether you want to explore or relax. Our hotel is a short drive across the BU Bridge for a ball game at Fenway Park or for a visit to Boston University.
Enjoy easy access to walking, jogging and bicycle paths along the Charles River and explore the culture of Beantown.
Hyatt Regency Boston / Cambridge
575 Memorial Dr.
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, 02139-4896
Our hotel is located less than 2 miles from Fenway Park, also known as “America's Most Beloved Ballpark.” Enjoy the scenic 20-minute walk along the Charles River and over the BU Bridge toward Kenmore to experience a Sox game at Fenway.
The TD Garden is New England’s largest sports & entertainment arena. It is the home of Boston’s professional hockey and basketball teams. Visit the arena for concerts, comedians and other popular events.
Salem is one of Massachusetts' best destinations for families, couples, domestic and international travelers who are seeking an authentic New England experience. Salem is steeped in rich Puritan and American history, especially when it comes to its infamous Salem Witch Trials.
Famed as the site of the first pilgrim settlement, Plymouth is loved for its classic New England charm. Nestled conveniently between Boston and Cape Cod, it is best known for its Native American history, the pilgrim story and one of the country’s most iconic landmarks–Plymouth Rock.
Wander the poppy ﬁelds of Giverny, ﬂoat along Monet’s water lily pond, go oyster ﬁshing in Cancale—all in one day. Only a 10-minute-drive away, the Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world.
Once home to socialite Isabella Stewart Gardner, you’ll find a collection of 7,500 paintings, sculptures, rare books, and tapestries. If your name is Isabella, show your ID for free admission—or sport Red Sox apparel and receive a discount.
Harvard University is home to three prestigious art museums- the Fogg Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum and Arthur M. Sackler Museum. Featuring Monet, Van Gogh, O’Keefe and Rembrandt, the museums display one of the largest collections in the country.
Put on your thinking caps because you’re going to MIT! Renowned for ﬁnding and nurturing some of the biggest and brightest minds in the world, MIT’s museum is home to its researchers' and students’ most innovative discoveries.
Select the token of your Boston visit at this historic downtown marketplace—a popular spot for foodies, shoppers, and history buﬀs 15 minutes away. Find pubs, restaurants, and international food stalls while taking in the renowned street performers.
Stargaze at the planetarium, wander along remote caves in the domed IMAX, or enjoy the science lab at the Theatre of Electricity. 10 minutes away, this museum features 700 interactive exhibits and a rotating calendar of collections, ﬁlms and shows.
Witness some of the country’s largest shark and stingray touch tanks, pet starﬁsh, watch the penguins' ice-capades and wonder over the 200,000-gallon coral reef exhibit. This underwater entertainment provides all-day fun, only a 15-minute drive away.
Feed your child’s curiosity with activities incorporating science, art, technology and music. Try the New Balance 3-story climbing exhibit or the new toddler PlaySpace, an interactive exploration that stimulates all the senses. Just 7 minutes away.
250 years of history, 2.5 miles, 16 of Boston’s most iconic landmarks. Explore Paul Revere’s House, the Boston Massacre Site and the USS Constitution with a guided or self-guided tour. The start of the Freedom Trail is just a short 7-minute drive.
The 50-acre Boston Common gives you front-row seats to seasonal landscapes year-round. A 4-minute drive from our hotel, this oasis oﬀers fresh air, outdoor trails, and a peaceful day of nature bathing, picnicking or enjoying a swan boat tour.
Witness Boston’s 18 most historical sights, including the Boston Tea Party Ship and the Old State House while on a quaint double-decker enclosed trolley. These one or two-day adventures transport you back in time to re-live the American Revolution.
Hop aboard the duck boat, an amphibious vehicle that travels both on land and water. The 80-minute cruise takes you on the Charles River past historical landmarks and skyline views. Sit back as your driver tells fascinating stories about the city.
At the CambridgeSide Mall—located on the waterfront—you’ll ﬁnd 120 stores and eateries, including the largest Gap in Boston, Apple, and Macy’s. Catch the free shuttle service running every 20 minutes between MBTA Kendall Square T Stop and the mall.
The Back Bay neighborhood is known for its upscale dining and shopping experiences, especially the Prudential Center. Enjoy perusing the likes of Eataly Boston, Mackage, and Kate Spade. Then, take in the center’s South Garden, a 1.3-acre park.
If you dream in Dior, Jimmy Choo and Louis Vuitton, then this shopping experience is what your closet desires. Explore over 75 high-end stores and restaurants. Refuel at Legal Sea Foods for local lobster before making the 10-minute trip back.
Newbury Street is a shopping hotspot featuring boutiques, salons and upscale dining set in enchanting 19th-century brownstones. Then, walk a few blocks to Copley Place or the Prudential Center before heading back to the hotel in under 10 minutes.
Shop, dine, and workout at Assembly Row, a riverfront neighborhood in Somerville just 10 minutes from your hotel. Enjoy outlet shopping, Legoland Discovery Center, bowling at Lucky Strike, a movie, and the Muse Paintbar—the possibilities are endless.
Home of the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, TD Garden is an arena that’s a cutting-edge spectacle in itself, including its 3 private restaurants. With hockey, basketball, and concerts, this place is one of the best tickets in town—15 minutes away.
Don’t miss a trip to Agganis Arena, the home of Boston University’s men’s ice hockey team. The arena also hosts concerts, conventions, and other live shows including Cirque du Soleil, Live Nation, and Sesame Street. All less than 10 minutes away.
Rather play sports then watch them? Make the 15-minute trek to skate amongst the pros at Warrior Ice Arena. Here, there’s everything from public hockey to skating classes to hockey camps. Lace up your skates and take to the ice!
The Celtics’ home can be found just a 13-minute drive away. This training facility houses a ﬂoat tank, two pools, and a restaurant. Tours are not available to the public yet, but fans can still appreciate the spectacle that trains these pros.
A short walk from the hotel, Flour offers a variety of breakfast and lunch items.
From your morning coffee to your lunch deli sandwich, Flour allows for a quick and easy tasteful experience.
Whether you’d like to sit in or take out, be sure to check all Flour has to offer on the go.
An Inman Square favorite serving modern American cuisine & traditional New England dishes for both dinner & brunch. With an extensive wine & beer list, Puritan offers something to excite all taste buds.