The Best Western Hotel Tria is a unique hotel with comfortable rooms, featuring amenities which include in-room coffee makers with Gourmet coffee, 32 Inch LCD TV's, mini refridgerators, microwaves, as well as brand new air conditioning and heating units with digital climate control. We offer complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast including waffles, hot and cold cereals, bagels,yogurts, juice, coffee and much more. We have ample on-site parking (additional charge) and our property is equipped with a fitness room, and full-service Starbucks coffee shop. There are a variety of dining options within walking distance of the hotel. Harvard Square also offers a variety of cuisine from all over the world, just a short shuttle ride away. We offer many complimentary amenities such as local phone calls and complimentary shuttle service to and from the Alewife Subway Station for easy access to Boston, as well as into Harvard Square. We offer complimentary wireless internet access in all of our guestrooms, as well as in our public areas and our meeting rooms.
The Hotel Tria is very excited to announce a 10 Million-Dollar Renovation and expansion. With the completion of 50 brand new beautifully appointed guest rooms equipped with state of the art technology, 32 inch LCD TV’s, and Mini Refrigerators.
Our Meeting Room accommodates meetings of 10 – 45 people. Our attention to detail makes your Meeting productive and easy to plan. Catered events can be as simple as Sandwiches and cookies or as elaborate as a plated lunch or dinner. Or perhaps you would prefer to have your meeting break in a nearby restaurant. Let us plan all of your details for you!
Minutes from Harvard Square and Harvard University, MIT, Kendall Square, Charles River and Tufts University. Boston attractions include Fanueil Hall,Hynes Convention Center, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Boston University, and Boston College.
May 15, 2013
Tom S, Portland, Oregon | Trip type: Couples
Stayed here for six nights at the end of April and took subway to historical sites and museums in Boston and at Harvard University. It is 15 minutes to walk...
Stayed here for six nights at the end of April and took subway to historical sites and museums in Boston and at Harvard University. It is 15 minutes to walk from this hotel to the subway station (Alewife station) and then 20 minutes approximately on the subway to the Boston Common subway stop (Park station). A week's subway pass cost $18. My wife and I were very satisfied with the reasonable accommodations. Well worth the small amount of extra time to save the cost of staying closer to Boston city hotels. Breakfast every morning quite satisfactory.
The hotel has a shuttle van for the trip to the Alewife subway station if you would rather not walk, or if weather is unfavorable. Shuttle drivers are courteous and definitely strive to keep to promised pick-up and drop-off times. We loved visiting Boston and enjoyed our stay at Hotel Tria. « less
“Great Hotel in Cambridge, Massachusetts”
May 14, 2013
LibrarymOm1992, Phoenix, Arizona | Trip type: Family
I traveled from a conference in Boston to a family gathering in Cambridge. This hotel is a real find for people staying in Cambridge. The breakfast is wonderful, scrambled eggs,...
I traveled from a conference in Boston to a family gathering in Cambridge. This hotel is a real find for people staying in Cambridge. The breakfast is wonderful, scrambled eggs, sausage patties, hard boiled eggs, potatoes, muffins and toast. Instant oatmeal, bananas, apples and grapefruit wedges, orange and apple juice, and coffee. The staff is great and very accommodating, we had a yoga class in an empty meeting room because three of us were staying at the hotel and needed some exercise. It is a great location near Harvard and within about 2-3 blocks of the Alewife stop on the Red Line. Next to a strip mall that houses Whole Foods, TJ Maxx, Panera Bread bakery-cafe, and a couple of sporting goods stores. There is a Trader Joe's across the street. « less
“Decent stay for a decent price”
May 10, 2013
algvred, Albany, New York | Trip type: Family
We stayed at Best Western Tria overnight while in town for a baseball game. The hotel was easy to get to, but right off of a rotary which made the...
We stayed at Best Western Tria overnight while in town for a baseball game. The hotel was easy to get to, but right off of a rotary which made the entrance kind of difficult to get in to when the traffic was heavy. It has a Starbucks attached, and is next to a few convenient plazas.
The hotel was quiet for being on a busy street. The rooms were nice, but small. They were very clean. The staff was very friendly. The breakfast buffet was very good. It had cereals, breads, eggs, sausage, potatoes, and a waffle station.
The hotel was near a T station, but not as close as I would have liked. The T station is also the end of the red line, so its quite a few stops from downtown Boston.
May 7, 2013
raweinstein, Boston, Massachusetts | Trip type: Family
the tria best western at fresh pond in cambridge it it!!
there's a shuttle to Alwife T. station.
the buffet breakfasts are the best.
adjacent to fresh pond mall with...
the tria best western at fresh pond in cambridge it it!! there's a shuttle to Alwife T. station. the buffet breakfasts are the best. adjacent to fresh pond mall with a whole foods, tj maxx and a movie theater.
the perfect place for the relatives when they come to town. the service was excellent, there is a business center with a printer. It;s functional, clean, friendly and "does the trick". and just across the street from Fresh Pond Resevoir for your early morning walk. to check out the locals and their dogs. and there are always apples or cookies at the check in counter « less
May 3, 2013
GingerM14, Lake Point UT | Trip type: Family
We traveled to Boston for our spring break to visit the historic sites. We spent a great deal of time with the front desk agents as they helped us understand...
We traveled to Boston for our spring break to visit the historic sites. We spent a great deal of time with the front desk agents as they helped us understand the transit system, they even went as far to recommend which side of the metro to exit from so we could catch our transfer. Jason was a saint, we even ran in to him out in the real world and he visited with us for a few minutes. The shuttle drivers were also great, the first day we got lost (a little) and they came and found us.
So good price, good service, good food, and friendly. ;) « less
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Premium bedding, cotton linens, and blackout drapes/curtains invite a good night's sleep. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and the 32-inch LCD TVs is offered for your entertainment. A coffee/tea maker, a microwave, and a refrigerator are provided. You will have a shower/tub combination, as well as designer toiletries, complimentary toiletries, and a hair dryer. A desk, complimentary weekday newspapers, and a wake-up call service are among the conveniences offered. This room is Non-Smoking.
Run of House Mobile
1 king bed. Premium bedding. Cotton sheets. Triple sheeting. Desk. 32-inch television. Ergonomic chair. Wireless high-speed Internet access (complimentary). Wired high-speed Internet access (complimentary). LCD television. Satellite television service. Premium television channel(s). Free movie channels. Pay movies. HBO. ESPN. Multi-line phone. Speakerphone. Free local calls. Voice mail. Clock radio. Microwave. Refrigerator. Coffee/tea maker. Shower/tub combination. Makeup/shaving mirror. Designer toiletries. Hair dryer. Complimentary toiletries. Rollaway beds available. Cribs (infant beds) available. Air conditioning.
Amenities - Best Western Hotel Tria
Baggage storage facilities
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Credit card accepted: Discover
Credit card accepted: Diners Club
Credit card accepted: JCB
Electronic key card
Facilities for the disabled
Fitness and health center
Free local calls
Internet - wireless
Internet - ethernet
Internet is Complimentary
Microwave in room
24 hours opened
Office or business center
Private bathroom in room
Radio in room
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone in all rooms
Telephone - Free local calls
TV - Free Cable
TV - Free HBO
Travellers cheques accepted
Yes! Pets are allowed.
Show Pet PolicyPets allowed with $20.00 per day charge
Airport & Shuttle Information - Best Western Hotel Tria
BOS - Boston Logan 8 miles.
Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
Local Shuttle Info: Complimentary Local Shuttle- Limited service to Harvard Square, Alewife Subway station, Tufts University, and local businesses from 7:00AM to 9:30PM.
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