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De Vere University Arms
Regent Street
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

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Situated in the heart of Cambridge, the University Arms with its illustrious history, offers a combination of expansive elegance, associated with the Victorian era, and an attention to detail demanded by today's most discerning guest. Facilities for business or leisure are impressive and professional with a choice of 120 bedrooms. Importance is placed on meeting the requirements of each and every guest whether for a weekend Leisure Break or a lavish product launch for 350 delegates. Complemented by spacious bedrooms, many of which overlook parkers Peace, and a fine restaurant, the University Arms provides the complete venue for every occasion. The first impression you get as you come through the main entrance, is one of elegance and style. The second is one of warmth and personal attention. Every bedroom with its own distinctive style surrounds you in traditional luxury, yet provides each guest with the facilities of a modern hotel. Furthermore, special rates are available at the Greens Health and Fitness Club. The hotel has parking for a limited number of cars which is available on a first come first served basis. Parking is on a self park basis charged ay £16.00 per day. Once our car park is full, alternative parking is available at the Queen Anne car park which is situated on Gonville Place, postal code CB1 1ND.

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