TURING LOCKE IS a stylish and funky Cambridge venue that opened in September 2021. Calling itself an ‘apart hotel’, it has 180 smart studios that fuse modern hotel chic with all the relaxation and functionality you would expect of a luxury apartment. It really is a fantastic
place to enjoy a long weekend and is just a 30-minute stroll from the historic and vibrant city centre. Our family of four were well served
with interconnecting rooms, which both had a well-equipped mini kitchen, dining and sofa area. This meant the children could keep snacks and drinks on the go while in the studio, but a trip to Turing Locke’s restaurants is also a must. Dutch offers tasty small-plate treats, light lunches and takeout options to go with a refreshing wine or beer. If you fancy a bigger dish, then just pop across from Dutch through
the classy covered outside area to the Kota restaurant, which focuses on gorgeous wood-fired cooking with local independent suppliers. Kota is part of the Hyatt Centric hotel which is connected to Turing Locke. And when the sun is shining, head up to the rooftop terrace for a cool cocktail and to take in the view! The terrace is seasonal, though, so check opening times. With super-friendly reception staff, space to relax, outdoor areas and courtyards and even a small gym, Turing Locke is one of the best spots to explore Cambridge from as a family
or larger group. PLANNING A TRIP? Turing Locke is part of a group of apart hotels in wonderful locations
around the UK and Europe. There are five in London, including Locke at Broken Wharf and Bermonds Locke,
as well two in Edinburgh and hotels in Manchester, Dublin and Munich. Berlin’s Locke at East Side opens this spring, followed by Lisbon’s Locke de Convento next year. Visit lockeliving.com for information and to sign up for money-saving offers.