Michael at Front desk was simply super. He made extra effort to make us comfortable! Convenient location to enjoy Cambridge. We loved the modern style and smartly designed room and lobby! Close to Harvard Square and near a metro stop.
The room was very clean. Representatives at the front desk were super nice, especially Michael & Julie. We were treated like family. We plan to return the next time we visit our family in the area. They even offer a discount at the neighboring Patisserie around the corner.
907 Main feels more like a European B&B than a hotel near Boston. Michael at the front desk was great to work with on my reservation and it was so nice when we met in person. The rooms are quite small but they have been decorated with a very cool mix of wood and leather and fabrics. The typical hotel features that are missing from 907 ( big lobby, gym, snack shop) are what makes this spot special. Feels a bit like home and we will be back.
Appreciate this well-run, super-friendly, nicely-appointed hotel in the middle of Central Square. Our stay was flawless, and the food at the ground-level venue called Dial was also great. Looking forward to the opening of the rooftop bar in July!
This was a great location in terms of proximity to restaurants and coffee shops, as it is located right in Central Square. However, there is a large homeless population in this area, so it did not feel the most safe at night when the streets were emptier (which is probably in part due to COVID). The hotel is really beautiful; it respects historic features on the outside and is very modern on the inside. The best part of the hotel was the modern and trendy vibe. I know this hotel only recently opened, so the critiques I have may represent some growing pains, though I figured I'd still share. The front entrance is not very grand and at first I could not tell if the door was to the restaurant or the hotel, so better signage would have been helpful. They do not have doormen nor electric doors, so when I came in with two wheeled bags, it was pretty difficult for me to get through the doors and it would of course, be a challenge for anyone in a wheelchair. The hotel room was the smallest room I've ever been in. I do know that they have larger rooms but was totally shocked that a room as small as mine even existed. There was nowhere to place my luggage and no drawers to even unpack my clothing into. There was a small hanging rack but it was very high (I'm 5' 8" and it was hard for me to reach). There was a kind sized bed in the room that, with the nightstands, was flush wall-to-wall. The bathroom had no counter space for toiletries. In terms of the service, while the hotel staff was all very pleasant, they did not have many resources. We could not get an Uber/Lyft one night and I asked the person at the front desk if they could call a taxi for me or provide me with a phone number and they had no recommendations and were unable to help me. I was shocked that a hotel was not able to assist with transportation. Lastly, the hotel is lacking some basic features such as a gym and parking. For the gym, they had told us that they had a partnership with a local gym, but upon arrival at the gym, the gym had never heard of the hotel and we had to pay $20 for a day pass. For parking, there were a couple of municipal parking garages that were about a 5 minute walk away, which was fine. Though again, at night, the walk through Central Square was a bit sketchy and it would have been nice to have valet. All in all, it is a nice hotel but has some definite room to grow. If you are not planning on being in the hotel much and have a short stay, I think it could be a good option especially given the lack of hotels in the area.…