Conference Site - Hotel Marlowe

     Hotel Marlowe
25 Edwin H. Land Blvd.
Cambridge, MA 02141
Rsvn: 800.825.7140
Hotel: 617.868.8000
Fax: 617.868.8001

PIERS 2010 in Cambridge, USA is proudly held at the Hotel Marlowe in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Set on the Charles River across from downtown Boston, the Hotel Marlowe is an eclectic, vibrant luxury hotel in Cambridge, Massachusetts offering a kaleidoscope of experiences. The hotel's focus on "discovery" sparks creativity and celebrates forward thinkers.

Throughout the hotel, inviting textures and colors awaken the senses. The sophisticated accommodations and amenities with highly personalized service make the Hotel Marlowe, a Kimpton Hotel, the perfect choice for upscale travelers seeking a truly distinctive Boston boutique hotel.

Located just minutes from Harvard Square and the MIT campus, the Hotel Marlowe also offers easy access to Boston's financial district and exclusive Beacon Hill neighborhood. Many of our 236 guestrooms boast views overlooking the park-lined Charles River, along with the Boston skyline.

Offering services and amenities you expect from a four diamond boutique hotel, our Cambridge hotel features unexpected extras such as:

  • High-speed Internet access, complimentary to Kimpton InTouch Guest Loyalty members
  • Personalized room preferences and welcome amenities for Kimpton InTouch guest loyalty members
  • Concierge services
  • Business services available with high-speed Internet access, copier, fax machine, data ports and working space
  • 24-hour room service provided by Bambara, restaurant adjacent to hotel
  • Fitness room includes cardiovascular and strength equipment
  • Fully accessible for people with disabilities; ADA compliant
  • Complimentary morning coffee and tea service in our living room
  • Hosted evening wine hour in the lobby living room
  • Overnight shoeshine and valet/laundry
  • Valet parking
  • Express checkout
  • Family-friendly and pet-friendly
  • Complimentary kayak rentals
  • Complimentary bicycle rentals

UPDATE on 4/12/2010! Special rates for PIERS Participants. Hotel Marlowe has updated their reservation system. Please use this link for reservations for PIERS 2010 in Cambridge.

A list of alternative hotels located near the PIERS 2010 in Cambridge location is available here. Alternative Hotels Link

CambridgeSide Galleria Mall
100 CambridgeSide Place, Cambridge MA 02141

Conveniently located right next to the PIERS 2010 in Cambridge location of the Hotel Marlowe is the CambridgeSide Gallerial Mall. It is literally seconds away from the hotel.

Spectacular waterfront location, offering three floors of more than 120 of Boston's favorite stores, specialty boutiques and restaurants. Discover great shopping at Best Buy, Borders, Sears, Macy's, Apple Store and more. Enjoy casual dining at The Cheesecake Factory and California Pizza Kitchen or simply grab a bite on the go at the Waterfront Food Festival.

There is also a shuttle service that connects to and from the CambridgeSide Galleria Mall and the Kendall Square/MIT MBTA subway station every 20 minutes during operation.

About Cambridge, Massachusetts - USA

About Cambridge and Boston

The city of Boston is the biggest city and the capital of Massachusetts. It was founded in 1630 and was established as a city in 1822 as one of America's oldest cities with a rich historical culture. With its surrounding and neighboring areas, it is also the center of higher education and the economical hub of New England region.

Situated directly across the Charles River from Boston, Cambridge offers an exciting multicultural setting where visitors from around the world mingle in the shadow of two of the world's premier educational institutions: Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Teeming with cafes, bookstores, and boutiques, Cambridge is often referred to as "Boston's Left Bank". The city of Cambridge, founded in 1630 along with Boston, was known as Newtowne until 1638 and was established as a city in 1846. The customs and institutions of Newtowne's first residents are discernible in the street plan of their settlement, which survives almost intact in Harvard Square. The neighborhood of Old Cambridge remains a residential, commercial, and academic center. The buildings here span four centuries of Cambridge history and have witnessed the development of a wilderness village into an international community. The most famous house along "Tory Row" on Brattle Street is the Longfellow National Historic Site, former home of poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and briefly the headquarters of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War.


Boston's weather in early July are warm days with cool nights with the least amount of rainfall of the year. Daytime temperatures average 74°F (23°C) with an average high temperature at 82°F (28°C) and average low temperature at 65°F (18°C).

Links of Interests

Arrival Guide

Logan International Airport is the closest international airport to Boston. It serves the Massachusetts area and is one of the busiest international airports in the U.S. Boston’s public transportation systems have offered several options to travel to and from the airport. Typical taxi fare to and from Logan International Airport and the Hotel Marlowe is approximately USD $35 plus tip.

• Hotel Home Page: Hotel Marlowe
• Hotel Home Maps and Directions: Hotel Maps and Directions
• Google Map Directions to Hotel: Google Map

Boston is home to the first subway system in America and has grown to an extensive public transportation system. The public transportation system is operated by the MBTA or also knows as the “T”. You can easily travel across the city and neighboring areas by rail, subway, bus, or boat. The typical subway fare is $2.00 USD and it allows you access to any line and to any direction. The typical bus fare is USD $1.50 and provides you access to locations where the subway cannot.

• MBTA Maps and Schedules: Maps and Schedules
• MBTA Fares and Pass Information: Fares and Passes

Taxi services are available throughout the Boston area. They are all licensed to the city of Boston and smoke free. Passengers are responsible for any roadway/bridge/tunnel tolls. Final total may vary due to traffic and weather conditions.

Boston Licensed Taxi Companies:
• Boston Cab617-536-5010
• City Cab617-536-5100
• I.T.O.A.617-825-4000Website
• Metro Cab617-782-5500Website
• Top Cab617-266-4800
• Town Taxi617-536-5000Website
• Tunnel Taxi617-567-2700