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When people are thinking of visiting England, they immediately set their sights on London. However, there is more to England than this historic town. There are several other cities to visit, such as Oxford, Manchester, Liverpool, and Nottingham. Another city that is very popular is Cambridge. While London is known for its culture, Cambridge is known for its academics. Most notably, the University of Cambridge (The Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Cambridge). This institution houses 31 colleges, including King’s College and Trinity College. When staying in Cambridge, there are a number of hotels to choose from. However, there is one that stands out from the crowd due to its mixture of Victorian architecture and contemporary design: Hotel Felix


This boutique hotel is set in a Victorian Villa was built in 1852. The mix of the old with the new adds to its charm. The hotel has 52 rooms, including a Penthouse Suite, King Rooms, Classic Rooms, and Premier Rooms. Each room is delightfully furnished with monsoon walk-in showers, hand-painted wallpaper, and luxurious Hypnos King-size beds. Aside from the relaxing grounds, there is plenty to do and enjoy at the hotel. There are several areas to dine and/or to hold an event, such as the spacious Garden Terrace and private dining rooms. And no hotel in England is complete without a traditional Afternoon Tea. It is served in the Graffiti Restaurant, the Garden Terrance or in the Orangery. The Orangery is a great place for catching up with friends with a light bite and a signature cocktail. Whether you staying for a weekend or longer, the Hotel Felix has a room and package that is right for you and/or your family. There are even dog-friendly rooms! 


Staying at the Hotel Felix will introduce you (or welcome you back) to a charming atmosphere, where you can go punting, tour the colleges or simply relax on the gorgeous hotel property. If you are in the mood to shop, Cambridge offers the Lion Yard Shopping Centre and the Grafton. A great way to top off your excursion is a meal at the Graffiti Restaurant, where you’ll enjoy modern cuisine with a Mediterranean twist. Converting a villa into a hotel is not a new concept, but the Hotel Felix has revolutionised the idea with its modern touches and simple elegance.