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Stayed for 9 nights at Cambridge Beaches and loved our time in Bermuda. The people are genuinely friendly and we were fortunate throughout with the weather.Picked the resort as adults only and whilst a bit isolated the shuttle bus to Docklands and the ferries or service buses allowed us to explore Hamilton, St George's, Southampton etc.Cambridge Beaches staff friendly and helpful especially Shakira on concierge but agree with other reviewers, many aspects of decor and grounds lacked attention to detail and never saw a member of management throughout our stay. Public area doors displayed heavily chipped paintwork and were more than grubby, yes it's the end of the season but definitely not 5* standard. The grass outside our villa was overgrown when we arrived and not cut till the day before we left, as was a shrub which was blocking the ocean view we had paid for and after several days we asked for it to be trimmed. It was immediately attended to by a helpful gardener but it is the job of management to conduct daily walkabouts and maintain standards, not guests.We would highly recommend Cambridge Beaches, it is clearly much loved by numerous returning guests but needs to be careful not to rest on its laurels.
Pros: rooms, beach, and spa Cons: food, location Rooms were amazing, clean, and so big! and when we arrived the welcome staff was great. Also the concierge was super friendly and helpful. The spa was great, my husband and I enjoyed a couples massage. Food was not good at any of the restaurants. Lunch at the pool bar was horrible and the service was worse. Server made us feel like we were an inconvenience. We did the private dinner by the beach and the food again was not good. The experience was incredible, but the food was not 5-star. Hotel was far from the airport and Hamilton. Had to take a taxi everywhere. Will stay closer to downtown next time!
I stayed 5 days, great staff, nice resort, nice beach. Breakfast was fabulous. The staff made it easy for dinner reservation, golf and transportation. Room was spacious. Please with my decision to go there.
First visit to Bermuda and we picked Cambridge Beaches because of it's location on the peninsula. Very nice indeed. The hotel is slightly higgledy-piggledy in its layout. Good exercise for marching up and down hills. Slightly challenging if you've spent a couple of hours in the beach bar drinking those evil rum things.Our suite had a fabulous view and plenty of space, although the furniture looked like it had seen better days. Food was generally good but nothing to write home about and a bit limited if you're here for a few weeks. There were lots of Americans on short breaks, including one couple who kept going on about how fantastic guns are. After a few drinks the wife said we were exactly 'their kind of people' and that she thought we could be friends for life. I said I'd rather gouge my own eyes out with a spoon. She thought I was joking and found it hilarious. Great beaches, boat hire right there on the pontoon with fishing gear, a picnic if you want it, friendly staff and a regular shuttle into the dockyard.
Cambridge Beaches (CB) sits on what might be the best peninsula in Bermuda with near 360 degree views of turquoise waters. Breathtaking views abound. We spent one week on the island, the first part in a lovely apartment within a beautiful estate and the second part at CB. In my opinion, the view/beach are what makes this property appealing. I did not feel it was a luxury hotel nor experience for us. One factor was Hurricane Nicole, but had there not been a hurricane, I would feel the same. Upon entering the resort, I immediately wondered if we were at the right place. Greeted by weeds and neglected cottages, it was not a warm welcome.ROOM: The hotel/cottages are old and while I appreciate rich history; these are not old in a good way. Many of the cottages have been neglected with deteriorating exteriors. Our ocean view suite had sweeping views of the beautiful bay and was spacious with a lovely layout and huge bathroom but there were stains on the carpet, furniture, as well on the ceilings and walls. Post hurricane, we were kindly given another room to shower/change when our cottage was one of the last remaining without power. That suite was also in need of maintenance (holes in sofa arm, moldy patio, peeling bathroom mirrors, cracking sinks). The most disturbing incident for me was finding someone else's negligee in bed on our first night. I discovered it the next morning when I awoke and was mortified. I had unknowingly slept on it all night. A first and hopefully last time this will ever happen in my travels. Although housekeeping apologized, it was an unpleasant experience.FOOD: We enjoyed the food. The main dining area was our only option during our stay and looked much better in the dark. This large dining area with charming pineapple lights, china/silver, was also in need of some upkeep. I know it's a 300 year old property but a fresh coat of paint goes a long way. The menu varied each night and we enjoyed everything. Breakfast was also a treat. Staff: Most of the staff were kind and attentive. We were impressed by the general manager Clarence, and his attention to guest safety before, during/after the hurricane. He helped maintain a level of calm. They had a cocktail hour where he explained what to expect. He was visible throughout. The hotel was without power/phones and Clarence personally went to each cottage to assure guest safety.The reception staff could use some polishing. We were not met with a warm welcome when checking in or thanked for our stay upon leaving.POOL(s): Another area where the deteriorating condition needs to be addressed. The infinity pool is old, small with an outdated tile area that looked like it was last renovated in the 80s. Much of the decking surrounding the pool was splintering as well as down by the beach. The indoor pool much of the same. ADVICE TO GUESTS: Go and enjoy just don't expect the property to look like the featured pictures on the website. Bermuda is a beautiful island and we spent the week exploring it via scooter. CB is a place to unwind and enjoy the breathtaking views, but luxury it is not.
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- 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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