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We were thrilled by the beautiful indoor heated pool ( in mid-February) in what I label as a Roman setting! You could not ask for a more pleasant, restful setting. The staff at Cambridge Beaches are very service oriented. We had tea brought down to us by the beach one day after lunch and no questions asked! Two of the staff promptly attended to my request. I found everyone very polite and willing to answer any of our questions readily. Our suite was A-one! Service twice a day for our room and again any request was fulfilled promptly! The meals and selection are out of this world!! Excellent. The dining room staff are very attentive to your request. Finally, we thoroughly enjoyed afternoon tea in a tranquil setting. Many thanks to one and all!
I have fond memories of Cambridge Beaches. I have visited with my parents and older sister six times. My last visit was for my 25th wedding anniversary. The service was exemplary. Our breakfast was delivered to our cottage by a golf cart. Formerly, our breakfast came by bicycle. We rented a sailfish, and mopeds. We took the ferry to go to Hamilton. Our best buys were at Goslings and Trimingham's. Cambridge Beaches will be my next destination! Jane H.
Secluded and quiet- and surrounded by that amazing Bermuda blue water! We were upgraded to an attractive ocean view suite- very comfortable and clean. The weather was less than ideal during our 4 night stay, yet we were able to sit on the private patio one afternoon (blocked by the wind), walk on the beach, and enjoy the heated indoor pool. Service all around the property was friendly and warm. Excellent meals. We walked and/or rode the pink bus to explore the area. Found the sea glass beach on our way to the Dockyard one day! Positive experience and hope to return.
My girlfriend and I enjoyed at 5-day winter getaway in Bermuda at the end of January. I used to have family that lived on the island, and I know that weather through the winter months here can be a bit of a crapshoot. We were fortunate, though, to have only one entire day of rain during our visit. We were also fortunate to book a room at the Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa.LOCATIONWhere the resort is situated is its biggest drawback, but also its greatest asset. We were warned that a cab from the airport would be upwards of $50 USD, and it was. Because of its remote location, though, tucked away off of a side road in sleepy Somerset Village, we paid far less for a room plus breakfast than we would have almost anywhere else.And it wasn't until the morning after we checked in that we realized just how expansive the property is!ROOMUpon check-in we received a complimentary upgrade from our booked Classic Water View room to a Petite Water Suite—featuring, among other things, a walk-in closet/powder room and enormous bathroom with jacuzzi tub. Our particular cottage overlooked Mangrove Bay, and though there were maybe 20 guests total staying at the resort while we were there (it can definitely hold a lot more), we all seemed to be lodged in one area of the property, perhaps for the efficiency of the room-cleaning staff.FOODNo lie, I gained 10 lbs. in my five days on the island, and Cambridge Bay's delicious breakfast was partly to blame. I'm quite used to decadent hotel breakfast buffets, but this resort did things a little differently. Our first morning went like this:Server: Can I get you some coffee, juice?Us: Yes, please!Server: How about a fruit plate? Some cereal? Yogurt?Us: Yeah, sure...Server: How about something from our fresh pastry basket?Us: Oh, um, okay...Server: And now, are you ready to order some hot food?Us: Hey, just to confirm, our rate includes breakfast. Is there maybe a separate menu for us?Server: Nope, order anything you like!Even on mornings where a buffet was set up you could still order hot food from the kitchen. And it was fantastic.We ended up taking most of our lunches off the property, and for dinner more often than not ended up ordering room service. There was an available dinner service in the main restaurant but it was a little pricey; that and the dress code put us off a little bit. Because it was the off-season the casual restaurant wasn't open for dinner; however, that same food was on the room service menu—dispatched by golf cart and delivered promptly to our suite.The resort also offers a daily and complimentary afternoon tea in the main building. A nice touch, particularly on days with inclement weather.AMENITIESOn our one rainy day we took advantage of a spa credit and enjoyed a couple's massage, located directly under the large indoor pool (there's an outdoor one as well). That same building also houses a small gym and two separate hot tubs. Another bonus to staying at Cambridge Bay is that you can rent a scooter from Oleander Cycles right on the property. Here's where the remote location once again comes in handy: you can get your "road legs" puttering around the grounds and the quiet side road before venturing out into proper traffic.We had a great stay at Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa, and if the price is right the next time we visit Bermuda we'll almost certainly stay there again!
First off, the people of Bermuda are extremely friendly and welcoming. Cambridge Beaches is an "Adults only resort" in a more secluded area of the island. It is about an hour drive to the airport so be prepared. We knew this and that's why we selected it. After sitting on a plane for 2 1/2 hours with a screaming toddler seated in front of us (who brings a toddler to Bermuda??) we knew we had made the right choice. If you want a faster pace, stay in a larger city like Hamilton or St. George. The atmosphere at Cambridge is very relaxing, the property is beautiful, there are no bad views from any cottage on the property. Staff are all friendly and helpful. There is a grocery store a few miles away where you can get snacks or just about anything else you need. A short walk to Somerset gets you on the public transit (you can get tokens from the front desk). You are a short bus ride to the Royal Dockyard and a ferry that can take you to major city ports. The breakfasts here are fantastic, dinner we found was OK but not outstanding as many other people claim. We found it pricy and the food quality average, another couple we met had the same experience so we only ate at Tamarisk for one meal. That is the only negative thing we experienced, it was very minor. Overall this was an amazing stay, very friendly staff and a great property. February is typically a quiet time, there was only about 4 or 5 other couples on the entire resort. The rooms were spacious, well appointed and very clean. Weather was 19-20C which is comfortable. I would not hesitate to recommend this place to people who want to chill out and unwind.
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- 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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