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Feb 17, 2015
LOVED THIS RESORT AND ITS STAFF!!!
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Jun 12, 2014
Relaxing getaway with four private beaches in western Bermuda
Cambridge Beaches, a 30-acre resort and spa on a secluded peninsula in western Bermuda, offers cottages, rooms, and suites, and four private beaches. Guests wanting more than simple relaxation enjoy many water sports and other activities, including tennis and croquet. The resort boasts that both children and companies have been named after some of its cottages. Amenities include on-site dining, laundry service, library, safe deposit box, putting green, and meeting space.
Quiet, secluded atmosphere
Luxurious, low-key accommodations with water or garden views
Four private beaches
Numerous activities for the whole family
The hotel's 94 cottages, rooms, and suites each have their own unique name and decor and feature a patio or balcony with water or garden views. All accommodations also offer a color television, CD player, high-speed Internet access (fees apply), hair dryer, iron and ironing board, coffee maker, and in-room safe. Many rooms include a refrigerator, deluxe marble bathroom, and whirlpool tub. Cottages offer up to four bedrooms and such amenities as antiques, fireplace, and extra bathroom.
Half-mile Long Bay Beach, a beautiful secluded beach on the Atlantic Ocean, provides an ideal spot for a romantic picnic or simply a relaxing layout, with a long stretch of white sand. An adjacent Nature Reserve offers an important wetland habitat for native and migratory birds. Other choices, on the Mangrove Bay side of the peninsula, include Morning Beach, Turtle Cove Beach, and Pegem Beach.
On-site dining options include sophisticated international cuisine at Tamarisk Room overlooking Mangrove Bay, the casual cuisine at open-air beachfront restaurant Breezes, and lighter fare and drinks at the poolside Shutters cafe.
Sailing, boating, scuba, snorkeling, tennis, and croquet are among recreational activities offered. An on-site putting green helps golfers warm up for a round on one of the area's golf courses.
The hotel provides convenient access to Somerset, a village with a couple of shops, a ferry stop, and post office. The area is ideal for exploration on foot or bicycle, including the nearby Bermuda Railway Trails.
L.F. Wade International Airport (12 mi/19.4 km)
There are no rental cars for visitors on Bermuda
Buses and taxis are readily available
Many guests rent mopeds or bicycles
Bermuda Maritime Museum (11.8 mi/18.3 km)
Fort St. Katherine (13 mi/21 km)
Gibb's Hill Lighthouse (5.5 mi/8.8 km)
Several boardroom and casual meeting room options
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Cambridge Beaches Luxury Resort and Spa - Adults Only Rooms
Classic Water View Room
These traditional rooms showcasing Bermudian charm, offer a bedroom with a king size bed, or two twin beds if requested, and a marble bathroom with a whirlpool tub and combined shower. These rooms are scattered throughout the property offering either a wonderful water view of Mangrove Bay or an ocean view of the Atlantic. There patios are equipped with chaise lounges, and tables and chairs.
Deluxe Ocean View Room
Our highly requested Deluxe Ocean View Rooms, guarantee breathtaking sunset views as the sun slowly slips into the Atlantic, turning the sky ablaze. These newly refurbished modern or traditional rooms offer a bedroom with a king size bed, or two twin beds if requested, sitting and dressing areas, a marble bathroom either offering a walk in shower, a tub with combined shower, or a whirlpool tub with combined shower (if a tub is required, please request at booking). The ocean facing patios or balconies are equipped with chaise lounges, and tables and chairs for enhanced living space.
Petite Water View Suite
These modern or traditional petite suites, offer wonderful water views of Mangrove Bay or ocean views of the Atlantic. They all have spacious bedrooms with a king size bed, or two twin beds if requested, patios or balconies that are equipped with chaise lounges, and tables and chairs. The suites that look over Mangrove Bay boast a separate dressing room plus a marble bathroom with a whirlpool tub and separate walk in glass shower. While the suites overlooking the Atlantic boast a separate living room with a marble bathroom with a whirlpool tub and combined shower.
Cambridge Water View Suite
Our most spacious suites offer either a modern or more traditional feel, all face towards the water. The interior boasts a spacious bedroom with a king size bed, or two twin beds if requested, a separate dressing area, a large living room, plus a marble bathroom with a whirlpool tub and separate walk in shower, or a whirlpool tub and combined shower. These suites are scattered throughout the property on all sides offering either a wonderful water view of Mangrove Bay or an ocean view of the Atlantic (some up close and others from a greater distance). The patios or balconies are equipped with chaise lounges, and table and chairs.
Fitness center or spa
An ever changing dinner menu, five course culinary masterpieces and a magnificent wine cellar. Dress code requires enclosed shoes, button up collared shirt and no jeans are permitted - Resort Elegant. Reservations required.
The hotel's waterfront, alfresco dining experience located at Long Bay Beach - offers trendy cuisine and casual dining in a relaxed atmosphere. Open Wednesday to Sunday for Lunch and Dinner Daily. Attire is resort casual and reservations required.
Lounge poolside at Shutters with stunning views of Mangrove Bay and our new double-edged infinity pool. Open Friday to Tuesday and serving Lunch daily. Attire is resort casual and pool wear is appropriate.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
Review of Cambridge Beaches Luxury Resort and Spa - Adults Only
Nov 6, 2012
Great resort to relax and soak in the sun!
After dodging Hurricane Sandy and spending 12hrs on the phone with United Airlines to try and keep my 1wk of vacation this year from evaporating into thin air, we flew in on the (literally) first flight into Bermuda after the storm shut down air
travel along the East Coast. Immediately, we knew we'd picked the right place to get away.
I'm from Seattle, and the beautiful crisp sunshine, warmth, and emerald sparkling waters we saw on arrival were such a contrast to...rain...rain...rain. The island is quite breathtakingly beautiful, and Cambridge Beaches was the perfect place to stay on this mid-Atlantic jewel. Wonderfully friendly staff, great individual cottages with views of the ocean (perfect for watching the sun set and rise), beaches on the property, three restaurants (expensive but in line with the other establishments in Bermuda), and with scooter rentals right on the property. There's free breakfast buffet, free afternoon tea, and a host of activities (both organized and impromptu) that you can try out. The spa and fitness options are also extensive and, for the former, expensive. In general, this is a great place for a romantic getaway, and most of the people we saw were coupled together, from the young to the very old and likely also very wealthy. I thought the resort was terrific, and I'd return in a heartbeat.
The only downsides were a) Cambridge Beaches is located on the opposite end of Bermuda's 22mile length from the airport, and the cab ride will cost $60 each way; alternatively there are buses that will get you there in about 2hrs with one connection in Hamilton; and b) Bermuda itself does not offer much besides sun, golf, and beaches; don't expect much in the way of museums or historical sites.