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November 10, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa in Sandys, Bermuda

Blanketed over 30 lush, secluded acres on a private peninsula on the western edge of Bermuda, Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa prides itself on fulfilling the Latin inscription on its coat of arms: "First and Best." The resort is the island's first cottage colony, with one of its cottages dating back almost 300 years, and it's among the best, offering luxurious accommodations in a romantic setting that has guests coming back again and again. Cottages have been named after cherished return guests and vice versa, as businesses and even children have been named after cottages by rapturous devotees. Ninety-four plush rooms, suites and cottages, each designed in a singular elegant style, offer sumptuous sanctuary with an intimate patio and/or terrace overlooking luxuriant gardens or exquisite water views. Splurge on a decadent Pool Suite with indulgent spa amenities and a magnificent panorama of the ocean and island for a chic, sensual getaway.

With the Atlantic Ocean on one side and picturesque Mangrove Bay on the other, Cambridge Beaches is nearly surrounded by water, with four idyllic beaches lining the property, including beautiful, tranquil Long Bay Beach. Bask in the Bermudan sun or get out in the sublime water—all the gear you'll need to explore, from snorkeling among the rainbow-colored fish of the reefs to sailing to the small islands nearby, can be rented at the marina next door. Back at the resort, take a lesson with a tennis pro. Practice your putt on the manicured green. Or, better yet, schedule a tee time at one of the island's world-class golf courses. Unwind at the Ocean Spa with relaxing, healing treatments in the Aquarian Bath, Experience Suites or sensual couple's rooms. Dine on delectable international cuisine at the refined Tamarisk Restaurant & Terrace, casual beachfront Breezes or poolside Shutters café, all serving menus of seafood plucked from the sea and local fruits and vegetables. You'll revel in all Cambridge Beaches has to offer—and each other.

Location of Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa

Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa
30 Kings Point Rd.
MA02
Sandys, Bermuda

Nearest Airport: BDA

Amenities for Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa

  • General Information
  • 81 Guest Rooms and Suites
  • Only 16+ Years Permitted
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • 3 Restaurants
  • Afternoon Tea
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Gift Shop
  • Fitness Center
  • Private Beach
  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Live Entertainment
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Indoor Pool
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Gardens
  • Putting Green
  • Lap Pool
  • Steam Room
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • Marina
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Televisions
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Radio & CD Players
  • Individually Designed Rooms
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Croquet
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Yoga
  • Bird Watching
  • Boating
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Golf
  • Public Transportation
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Honeymoons & Romance

Reviews for Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

We returned to Cambridge Beaches after a 25 year hiatus. While there are new facilities and amenities since we visited last, the beauty of the location and hospitality of Clarence's staff (many thanks to Karen at the concierge desk) are the same as they've always been. It is remote, but that's part of the charm. If you want to go to Hamilton, ferry from the Dockyard is only 15 minutes away. We especially liked the addition to the water sports facility on site and we tried our hand at jet skiing. My only reason for 4 versus 5 stars is the menu. The food is good, but the variety and caliber aren't up to the same high standards as the other aspects of the resort. We felt that for a $150+ dinner the execution of some interesting concepts could have been done better. There are many top notch places in Bermuda, but CB is very unique. I would give them an unqualified recommendation to anyone considering a trip to Bermuda.

jimmc353 - CT


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

My husband and I got back last Wednesday from our trip to Cambridge Beaches and we had SUCH a great time. This resort was exactly what we were looking for to have a restful and relaxing couple of days away from it all. Really. If you can't relax at this place, I'm not sure what to tell you! There were many couples our age (30s) who looked like it was their honeymoon or maybe just a getaway like we were doing...and also many older couples or groups of families (no children). No younger aged teenagers or louder couples, which was very nice to us. We aren't picky people (and we like having fun, too!), but when we go away, we like the quiet...no loud bar scene or kids yelling and screaming. It was on the quieter side from the Sandals resort we had been to...and that was a huge plus for us! It was a clean, private (but not totally on your own) beautiful, and simple resort that had us smiling from the time we got there. Our room overlooked the Long Bay beach area and had a patio with loungers and an umbrella. If we weren't at the beach/pool or eating, I was out on the loungers taking in the view any chance I could get!! Our room was also just a short walk to the beach area on Long Bay and we were there every day. The tide starts going out around 4-5pm and if you hang long enough there, you can walk waaaaay out into the bay with the water only coming up to your hips. We just found that to be really neat. The food was delicious--again, we aren't picky people and thought the cuisine was outstanding. The breakfast buffet in the morning is such a treat--my husband and I were both blown away by the selection of food and how tasty it was. Much better taste than the all inclusive resorts. If you dined at Breezes (restaurant on the beach) and arrived early enough, you could grab a table directly on the beach. Such a fun little extra that totally made my day! We enjoyed a nice 30 minute couples massage in the spa--so relaxing! We loved how helpful and friendly the staff was if you needed assistance...and how they were not in your face encouraging excursions or bothering you to make purchases for anything additional. When we arrived in our room, there was a note to congratulate us on our 2nd anniversary and also a box of chocolates in the fridge. We were lucky and had the sun all 5 days of our trip. We couldn't have had a better vacation I think we will definitely be returning again :) Thank you, Cambridge Beaches, for a wonderful trip!!

myeag925 - Wilmington, Delaware


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

I stayed at Cambridge Beaches in September 2017. This was my second trip to Bermuda. I found this resort to be excellent in every way. The location is stunningly beautiful, with a number of the pink, sandy beaches that Bermuda is famous for, and accomodation that is first class. My cottage was very spacious and tastefully furnished in a classic Bermudian theme, with an amazing view across the nearby bay to Daniel's Head. The staff are all very friendly and welcoming, and were always happy to help with any request. Nothing was too much trouble. Breezes restaurant is located right on the beach within the resort and is open early, serving food and drink throughout the day. You can take your food and drink on the beach, and the staff will wander along the beach from time to time to ask if there's anything you need. Tables are also available for lunch and dinner, with tables available on the beach in the evenings. The food is delicious! The beaches are clean, beautiful, and well maintained - as are the immaculate grounds throughout the resort. There are plenty of sun loungers available on the beaches, and beach towels are provided (available from about 10am). The sea is warm and crystal clear, and provides fantastic opportunities for snorkelling and other activities. H2O Watersports provides snorkel, jet ski, sea kayak and other rentals which you can charge to your room. There's a free shuttle bus to the nearby Royal Navy Dockyard, which is a great place to eat, drink and browse the many small shops for souvenirs. It also provides a transport hub for the island's ferry services, allowing you to get quickly and easily to most locations on the island, including Hamilton and St. George. You can get a bus from Hamilton to practically anywhere. Public transport in Bermuda is safe and reliable. There's also a bank and post office a short walk from the resort, in Somerset Village. Highly recommended!

Nick H - Loughborough, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

This holiday for us was most definitely an experience to treasure, the villa as many do over looking clean white beach kissed by turquoise blue sea, the staff so attentive and friendly, the quality of the food excellent, breakfast and high tea and evening dinning sublime whichever restaurant you chose, excellent choice of spirits and cocktails for all. Excellent spa facilities too, Admittedly not the cheapest of holidays but it was just perfect for us. The free shuttle bus to the historic dockyard allowing access to the ferry to Hamilton and St George's was great.

oddjob30


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

So I just read reviews from theeshopper and Porscheotto and I am wondering did we stay at the same place. So....I stayed from Oct 6th thru 9th. The room (sorry) smells like a nursing home , dank and musty , the screen door was partially broken and I actually believe i got a small electrical shock when i was wet a few times , the tv reception was terrible , the freezer door was broken. The air conditioner is placed in such a manner that to cool the room it blows in your face when trying to sleep. The toilet constantly ran and the "BED" if you could call it that , was like lying on a pile of bricks , i have slept on many a pull out couch and this was worse. When I told the front desk they said "oh"....I had the do not disturb sign on door and yet they came in and took my remains of a meal and when I asked why they entered room I again got an "OH" and sorry. The couch in the sitting area had some unknow origin stains. The room service food , coconut shrimp...FROZEN....the ones at my local supermarket are better, the next night I decided to try steak, they said they were out of two types and the only one they had was some little bland piece of meat that tasted like it was boiled or microwaved , meat was too well done but it was still almost grayish color and the fat around steak was like raw. The best part of both meals were the sweet potatoe fries, they are good. As far as the "resort" the indoor pool, and the outdoor infinity pool are like so small....more like mini pools, went to go to the indoor , looked and left. The rest of the resort , not necessarily their fault but something that made my days not enjoyable are the fact that there are ALOT of like little nats / bugs from dusk on and it not even enjoyable to be outside, maybe because so much vegetation ? and the "beach" is really more like a bay , the water is not that clear, had to go to horseshoe beach to try to jump in clear water, when you go in water at hotel you come out smelling like fish , kinda like going in water at coney island which i don't. Definitly not the ocean front experience i was looking for , yet my wallet paid for one. So to sum it up , I am not trying to be snooty or difficult and I am not a world traveler, but I have been in the past few years to Turks and Caicos a few times, grand Turk , Bahamas , Aruba, and for the price I paid to stay at Cambridge I think it is way overpriced and not worth what it cost , i stayed once at a club med in Turks Caicos that probably hadn't been renovated in 20 years like half the price and more comfortable bed and room..and food was included .. I will say though that the bellhops , all the guys in the golf carts were very frindly and nice. and H2O sports is awesome ( not part of the hotel , but on edge of property)

etrani1 - New York City, New York


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