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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 2 weeks ago

This is a bitter sweet experience. We arrived late because of a delayed flight (11 hours delayed), and were only staying for the weekend. They did not show any sympathy. No cold towel. No welcome drink. Just a tired and dismissive front desk. The hotel wasn't full, and it was our first time there. We had requested an upgrade - but weren't given one (I guess they prefer keeping their nicer rooms vacant than enticing us to book them next time by letting us stay in one). Our room was by a body of water that had a dock and many boats, and it was LOUD all night long. Like, partying loud. Very annoying. We were never given the details of the property - for instance, we did not know where each beach was, we did not know there was a sauna, and steam room, and crystals room, and rain shower...we found all that on our own exploring. We found out that people wake up super early just to claim chairs that they don't go back to for hours, so you are left to float or lay on sand. Also, the property is far away from everything...BUT Here are the positives: There is one particular beach, the largest one by the beach restaurant, that is fantastic. Calm, warm waters filled with sea life - we saw a sear turtle! They also have a shuttle to the naval dockyard. Which is very convenient. The property is beautiful, and breakfast is very nice. Tamarisk is one of the best restaurants in all of Bermuda. I would consider stay there again. The only element counting against it is the lack of warm hospitality.

Camila M - Northport, New York, United States


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This place is seriously overpriced. I asked for a band-aid when I cut myself and they charged me $2. Aside from that it's great. It's on a peninsula so pretty much anywhere you stand has an ocean view, with one of the four beaches just steps away. Beaches themselves are narrow but uncrowded, with nice sand. Grounds are lovely, and the cottages feel private. Beats the usual apartment style rooms crammed into a big building - I'd pick here over the Fairmont any day. There's a large putting green (just holes, it's not mini-golf) and a croquet field. Putters and balls are found in the spa. Staff were all very friendly and helpful, although once or twice the front desk gave a slight first impression of being too busy to want to deal with you when approached. GETTING AROUND: It's quite far from the airport (~1hr by taxi) as well as many of the things you'll want to see and do (e.g. Hamilton, Crystal Caves). Bus tokens and day-passes are available at reception and once you're checked in I recommend that as your primary mode of transportation. They work for the ferries, too. Buy the night before in case they run out. You could also rent a moped or one of those Twizzy tandem electric cars so unique to the island. If you have a few people, there’s a shuttle van that charged us $5 each for short hops (keep the guy's phone number for repeat trips). Boating is THE way to get around if seas are calm and your budget can afford it (offsite rentals may be cheaper). WHERE TO EAT: Food at this resort is as overpriced as the band-aids. Make sure your booking includes the breakfast plan, and stock up in the morning. Dinner dress code at the restaurant is full-sleeves, closed-shoes. Room service will run you about $80 for a modest dinner for two. For less outrageous prices try New Woody's. It’s a short bus hop away, popular with the locals and has delicious burgers (especially the shrimp burger). White Horse in the Dockyards is also tasty. Four Star pizza delivers if you prefer to stay in. The free bottle of wine in our room was a nice perk. RANDOM THINGS I LIKED: - Luxurious bubbles in the spa hot tub, and a steam room that’s gloriously foggy - Very healthy reefs nearby, great for snorkeling - Resident duck is a riot DIDN’T LIKE: We were here off-season and our room got quite cold; it could use a heater (Bermuda is not the Caribbean). MUST-SEE: Don’t miss the Vixen wreck nearby - you can take a water taxi, hop onto the wreck and have them take your picture!

GoingThere80 - Toronto


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Accommodations: My husband and I just spent 5 nights at Cambridge Beaches and it was amazing. We stayed in a one bedroom ocean view suite. For any of the reviews that say the resort is run down, it is certainly not the case. The resort exudes a delightful combination of old world Bermuda charm and modern luxuries. Some of the resort is over 300 years old. If you want a cookie cutter shiny high rise then this is probably not the resort or island for you. The resort has 3 beaches, an outdoor pool and indoor pool and jacuzzi. There’s also a steam room, sauna, mist room, gym and spa. The massage I had at the spa was great and my husband and I both used the gym and other amenities each day. Service: The staff was warm and helpful from beginning to end. Being off season in Bermuda, we were expecting light staff, but that really wasn’t the case. Food: We opted for the dinner plan, which turned out to be great. We were afraid the quality of food and the options would be sub par, but that was not the case. The food was extremely fresh and well prepared. Each night there was a soup special, appetizer special, and two entree specials. I opted for the lobster specials two of the nights (September through March is spiny lobster season), rack of lamb one night, the ribeye one night and the orange honey chicken the fifth night. Each night there was also a soufflé special and desert special in addition to the dessert menu. Breakfast consisted of a buffet of sliced fruit, cereal, yogurt and pastries as well as hot items cooked to order. We rarely stay at the same resort twice when we travel just to have variety, but this is one place we will definitely be back to.

piro51785 - Maynard, Massachusetts


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I stayed at Cambridge beaches for a few days in July and had a marvellous time. you can hire mopeds from the hotel (licenses are not required) and get around the island at your leisure. the hotel is on a peninsula with its own private beach served by a bar and restaurant on the sand. The staff are lovely and couldn't be more helpful. definitely recommend a stay here.

cjnali - uk


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

In planning a somewhat last trip to Bermuda for rest and relaxation, I found a great deal at Cambridge Beaches. The reviews were excellent, the pictures looked wonderful, and I decided to book it. I am glad I did. The resort, located at the opposite end of the island from the airport, is pretty secluded and perfect for those looking to get away from the crowds. Being December, there was only one restaurant/bar open, but it was easy to walk into town or grab groceries at the market if you wanted something else. I stayed in an ocean-view room and would highly recommend it for anyone heading to Bermuda. The staff was friendly, the spa was wonderful, and while things in the resort were a bit pricey, I'd say it wasn't more than expected.

casieg_12 - Boston, Massachusetts


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