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Double complimentary upgrade because they had a low census and we wanted quietness. Restaurant food very good; could have had a bit more gluten free accommodation. The indoor lap pool was very small but we made do. We will return!
Our two bedroom unit needed an upgrade. It was showing its age in many aspects, but the location was excellent... the Windswept cottage. The food was excellent, the waitstaff was friendly and responsive, but the off season made the main restaurant feel empty with no vibe. Some nights it was only 4 or 5 tables. Maybe they should just use the bar for off-season food service to improve the dining atmosphere in the evening? Taxi transportation was expensive and not reliable in terms of availability in the Naval Dockyards area. There was no hotel shuttle running due to the off season.... a big inconvenience when you expected it from a prior visit. Spa treatments and facility were excellent..... first class all the way with highly experienced clinicians. The 3 days of golf at Port Royal were superb, an excellent golf course... very welcoming. The golf staff were very helpful. A definite return is in the works to play Port Royal again. The off site Gulfstream restaurant nearby (a $16 taxi ride) was well worth it.... excellent food, lively vibe and very good service. CB is a luxury getaway, especially from the east coast, and not a value oriented resort.
Our return trip to Cambridge Beaches Resort was once again everything we hoped for. We have stayed here several times because of their hospitality, location and the Bermuda feel we love at this resort. We always look forward to the Tamarisk restaurant, it is excellent. The chef at Chambrige Beaches has designed a dinner menu that is remarkable. But being greeted each morning and evening, and being waited on by staff that remembers our names, is real customer service!One of the things my husband and I loved to do every night was take a swim in the indoor heated pool, sit in the jacuzzi and take a steam. He was sore from playing golf all day and this modern, beautiful sanctuary, all under one roof was amazing to relax and enjoy. It was so fun to do together.Because we have stayed at Cambridge Beaches Resort several times we have come to learn that is a perfect location to so many great spots in Bermuda! It is so close to The Dockyard that has fun shopping, food, and museums. You can also catch the ferry from Dockyard to Hamilton. There is a bus stop by the resort and we hopped on one that took us around the island. I loved that we could go to St George's on the bus then it dropped us off right back by the resort! I would highly recommend Cambridge Beaches Resort If you are planning on going to the 2017 America's Cup. It will be the absolute best place to stay! The closest to the venue. It is ideal. That will be an exciting time in Bermuda!We were in Bermuda for the annual Bermuda Goodwill Golf Tournament. It's a distinguished tournament that is played on some of the worlds best and most beautiful golf courses. My husband played a lot of golf! One of his favorite courses was Port Royal. It is such a pristine golf course. The clubhouse, carts, and staff are world class.Most hotels you walk into they feel the same, you could be anywhere. When I am on the grounds, in my cottage or walking the pink sands of the private beach at Cambridge Beaches Resort I know I am in Bermuda. That is one of many reasons we keep coming back to this resort!
We booked for our 10th wedding anniversary celebration, and were horribly disappointed. So much so that we left less than halfway through. I've left it until now to review, more in sorrow than in anger, because after talking it over with my husband and relating our experience to friends, we agreed that it really was as unsatisfactory as we'd first thoughtI know they had had the hurricane a week or so before we went, but this place has suffered years and decades of neglect. Now, I'm British, I live in one of the oldest towns in England - I'm used to ancient edifices, faded elegance and shabby chic. But this was just faded and shabby - not to mention grubby - no elegance or chic.I won't go into all the details of everything that upset us, because nobody has time for that. But we knew that we were in trouble when we drew up in the taxi and saw the overgrown grounds, and the chipped and peeling paint on the main building. When we explored a little the next morning and found cracked, weedy steps; lifting, sun-bleached, ripped decking; heaps of rotting vegetation; dusty, smeary rooms with piles of dry leaves in the corners and dead insects on the windowsills, and strange, mouldy smells - well we started ringing BA to get us the hell out of there. To be fair, the inside of our bungalow was fairly comfortable. The bright colour of the sea was pleasant - but we were staring over the slimy, green roofs of the frontline bungalows and it wasn't the best of views. The terrace outside the main dining room is "shaded" by an old, plastic marquee, held down by guy ropes which you have to kind of step over and around. The folds contain green algae of indeterminate age, which has a tendency to drip on your shoes when the wind gets up. The much-vaunted beaches are thin strips of sand; just wide enough for one sun lounger. The water was absolutely filthy - but I am going to assume that this was hurricane-related.On the upside - the food was VERY good. However, the service veered from cheerful to downright surly at times. One thing that has nothing to do with the actual hotel, but bears mentioning here: there are no hire cars on the island. SO: you would expect taxis to be cheap and plentiful. They are neither. They are difficult to find available when out and about and eye-wateringly, hog-whimperingly expensive. We were stranded at the nearby harbour one afternoon, in driving rain, with no taxis at all for over two hours. No buses around either. The hotel ran a free minibus to this harbour for the first couple of days, but it was suddenly withdrawn. And the hotel is about as far from anywhere else as you can get. We spent $70 on taxis one evening to get to a restaurant in the next town. Be aware...And the response of the front desk when we said we were leaving, just three days into an eight-day stay? "You're not getting a refund...
This is a beach-goer's paradise. We visited the country after a hurricane passed but that did not hinder us from actually enjoying the country. Basically there was a lot less crowd than expected and the weather was a bit cloudy and cold. Not the best weather but none the less the country was great. Cambridge has some wonderful beaches with great views and restaurants(pricey) serving the best. The staff were courteous and very jovial. The beach has some of the best views and are private. you can also arrange for a private candle-light dinner at the beach. summarizing, though this beach resort is not the best in infrastructure they definitely make-up for that in all the other departments. with one of the best views there can be.
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- Breakfast daily
- Complimentary ferry service to Hamilton
- Croquet lawn, putting green
- Moped and bicycle rentals
- Nightly entertainment
- 94 rooms
- 2 a la carte restaurants
- 3 pools including an indoor pool and a lap pool
- Fitness Centre
- 3 Tennis courts
- Meeting facilities
- Internet in lobby (fee)
- Outdoor whirlpool(s)
- Port Royal golf club nearby
- 2 twin beds or 1 king-size bed
- 1 full bathroom
- Air conditioning
- Cable television
- Clock radio
- CD player
- In-room safe
- Bathrobe for use during your stay
- Daily maid service, nightly turn down service
- Occupancy: 2 adults
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30 Kings Point Road, MA 02 Bermuda
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