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Christ's College
St. Andrew’s Street

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Christ’s College is an oasis of calm in the very heart of the city. One moment you are in the quiet and tranquil gardens, then pass through the 500 year old Great Gate into the busy shopping centre. Christ’s College is the perfect location for visitors who are on a leisure break or are in Cambridge on business.

The accommodation available houses undergraduates during term time. The rooms are therefore not equipped to four star hotel standard but they are clean, comfortable and situated in a quiet location in the heart of the College.

Our en-suite rooms will either be located in Second Court or in Third Court.

All rooms in Second Court are either twin or double rooms. These rooms will be on C D and E staircases. There is a choice of either Superior twin ensuite rooms or double ensuite rooms.

Alternatively, you may also have the choice of twin and double rooms with their own designated bathrooms. The bathroom is usually located directly oposite the bedroom.

All rooms on C D and E staircases are light and spacious and overlook the College gardens.

Rooms in Third Court are located in New Court. These are all single ensuite rooms and have an ensuite which is a "pod" style bathroom/wetroom. These rooms are smaller than those on C, D and E staircases but are comfortable and bright and overlook the Darwin Garden.

All rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities as well as a welcome pack of toiletries. Towels are also provided. All rooms are serviced daily by a College ‘bedmaker’.

Please note we are not able to accept bookings for Stag and Hen parties.

We are also not able to accept bookings for children under 17 years of age.

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