A world-renowned teaching hospital, Addenbrooke's Hospital cares for thousands of people each year as well as being a major centre for research. Whether you're visiting the hospital to see a patient or for your work, you'll find a wide choice of comfortable accommodation nearby. From slick city centre hotels or friendly guesthouses in the suburbs to golf hotels and boutique spa destinations in the Cambridgeshire countryside, there is a wealth of choice available.
Convenient Links to Addenbrooke's Hospital from Your Cambridgeshire Hotel
Staying in a nearby Cambridgeshire hotel or B&B can help to make your visit to Addenbrooke's Hospital as stress-free as possible. Parking is available at the hospital but is limited so using public transport is recommended. 60 buses an hour serve the hospital on weekdays, transporting people from the city centre and beyond. A guided busway service runs Monday to Saturday on a direct, traffic-free route serving Trumpington Park and Ride, the hospital and Cambridge railway station. If you prefer to leave your car behind, staying close to a bus route will help make getting to and from Addenbrookes as easy as possible.
Relax After a Busy Day at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Your Cambridgeshire Hotel
Amongst the Cambridgeshire hotels in the area you'll find ones that offer extra facilities designed for relaxation, such as the Varsity Hotel & Spa. Here you can chill out in the Jacuzzi, work out in the fitness room or enjoy a drink on the rooftop terrace with a view of Cambridge. From a hotel with a central Cambridge location you can also enjoy the sights during your downtime, and find time to enjoy a classical music concert at Kings College, spend some cash in the wide choice of high street and boutique shops, or view the historical treasures at the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Head further out into the picturesque Cambridgeshire countryside to find hotels and guesthouses set in perfect tranquillity. There are plenty of places to hire a bike to enjoy the mostly flat terrain in the saddle, and get closer to wildlife in the ancient woodlands and wetland nature reserves.