Celebrate your vows while expressing your individuality at Le Méridien Cambridge-MIT. The dynamic pulse of Cambridge is filtered into our extraordinary spaces and combined with your unique viewpoint. Our service will create an intriguing, chic environment to mix and mingle with guests. The Le Meridien Cambridge-MIT offers an impeccable location ideal for inspirational weddings.
Cambridge Wedding Venue
Indulge your guests with a custom made reception menu with global flavors in one of our elegant ballrooms or outdoor space. High ceilings and sweeping windows offer a sophisticated ambiance that will impress even the most discerning guests. Whether your individual wedding calls for an intimate setting or larger ceremonies, Le Méridien Cambridge-MIT is poised to offer a variety of options for weddings of any size.
When you book a wedding with Le Méridien Cambridge-MIT you’ll receive a Wedding Package that includes a cocktail hour with one hour of open bar, a choice of a three or four-course meal, wine service with dinner, a champagne toast and the wedding cake. A complimentary bridal suite is also offered for your romantic Cambridge wedding night.
Contact our Wedding Specialist
Contact our Wedding Specialist for all your wedding needs including rehearsal dinners, bridal showers and luncheons, welcome receptions, farewell brunches and group room blocks.
Cambridge-MIT Wedding Caterer
Our on-site catering services will surpass all your guests' expectations and our attention to detail will allow you to feel completely at ease during your special day. Whether you're planning a grand soirée or a small, intimate wedding, our professional catering staff will help you plan out the perfect cuisine for your perfect celebration.
Things to do in Cambridge
Anchoring the renowned University Park at MIT, Le Méridien Cambridge-MIT stands amidst an area legendary for its infrastructure of invention. The Boston and Cambridge areas are a cultural capital of the US including the stunning Sanders Theater, the Handel and Haydn Society, in addition to hundreds of museums, such as the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Science and the MIT Museum.