Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa
What We Love
- Four private pink sand beaches
- Well-appointed rooms and suites overlooking the water
- Lunch and dinner at Breezes, the resort’s open-air beachfront restaurant
- The Ocean Spa offering island-inspired treatments
- Nonstop flights to Bermuda are no more than two hours from most East Coast gateways
What To Know
- A Modified American Plan (MAP) can be purchased at the property for $60 per person, per night, including a daily three- or four-course dinner with in Tamarisk Restaurant (gratuity is included, but not beverages are not); inquire with the property for more info
- Children 15 and under are not permitted
- The seasonal restaurant, Breeze, closes for the winter Oct. 31
- The resort is roughly a 45-minute drive from L.F. Wade International Airport
- Taxis prebooked by the hotel must still be paid for in cash on arrival
- Car rentals are prohibited in Bermuda
- Popular with couples and older guests
- Bring a light sweater; Bermuda nights are chilly
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Parking On Site
Located in Sandys (Somerset Village), Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa is convenient to Daniel’s Head Park and Scaur Hill Fort. This 4-star resort is within close proximity of Somerset Bridge and Dockyard Land Front.
Make yourself at home in one of the 94 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Rooms have private patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. You can soak up the sun at the private beach or enjoy other recreational amenities including outdoor tennis courts and a health club. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.
Grab a bite at one of the resort’s 3 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Relax with a refreshing drink from a poolside bar or one of the 3 bars/lounges.
Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Sandys? This resort has 6000 square feet (540 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and meeting rooms.
How to Get There
Great service, rooms and views are unmatched to anywhere on the island. Get room 207 if you can, it has a private beach only accessible from this room. Glass is all over the beaches and in the water, so bring water shoes. Food is great, nice indoor pool, spa and hot tub.
My husband and I swooped in from Boston to escape the snow and chill for a long weekend. It was our first time visiting Bermuda and staying at Cambridge Beaches. We were impressed at all levels. Bermuda as an island and a country is simply beautiful with beautiful, friendly people. At the resort, the professionalism of the staff and their heightened sense of customer service was out of this world. Add that to their warmth and charm, and it's simply unparalleled in the quality of service provided.
Our only off resort food experience was a quick stop at Louis VIII for a cup of fish chowder (delicious), otherwise, it was breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, room service, and/or dinner at the resort. The meals were exceptional. The breakfast buffet was more than adequate and with plenty of allergy friendly selections and an option to have something whipped up in the kitchen (my husband's ham and cheese omelette was heaven). High tea was a treat, and lunch and dinner were delicious, both the drinks and the meals. Every single fish we tried was mouthwatering and seasoned perfectly - and we're hard to impress coming from New England! The Croque Monsieur, Romaine Hearts Salad, Watercress and Orange Salad, and Wagyu Burger are all must haves. The dinner menu has nightly specials and everything we tried was a home run, from the lobster bisque to the squid ink risotto with seafood, to the lobster crusted halibut.
The spa experience makes us cry tears of joy thinking about it. Our couples massage was super relaxing, and we both walked away saying, "That was the best massage I've ever had in my life!" It's three days later and I'm still more agile and nimble than when I first walked in there! For a 40+ year old, that says a lot :)
There was no reason to leave the resort, but we wanted an afternoon to take in a few sights, so we walked to the Dockyard, which hit close to 3 miles down the main road, and included a stop at Glass Beach and lots of picture taking. That was a Sunday trip and so we managed to avoid the cruise crowds and had a leisurely stroll through a maze of fun shops and bakeries.
Our suite was Westerly North and we had a breathtaking view of the ocean. Every morning we were greeted by the sound of birds singing and the shimmer of an ocean that was so still it appeared as a sheet of glass. The water was so clear that we could see turtles swimming nearly a quarter of a mile from our balcony. We appreciated how the resort valued the wildlife and it was evident that they care about the beautiful gifts in nature that surround them.
The wifi was perfectly fine, the accommodations were perfectly clean, the staff was uber attentive and didn't allow us to lift a finger. We felt like the Queen Mum and Prince Philip! It was a treat to travel just before the busy season. The resort was just getting busy, but we had lots of quiet space to ourselves. For early March, we could still take a jog without too many layers, but needed a sweatshirt for a morning walk, and a sweater for dinner.
We're ready for our next visit!
Can I live here? I spent my birthday weekend at Cambridge Beaches and they made me wish I had a birthday every weekend! What I liked most about this property was that every room was its own contained entity and not a room in a hotel building so it was very private. Also, no kids and no noise.
The check in was seamless with Karen and, to my surprise, they had upgraded the room! Yay! I lounged on my patio overlooking the breathtaking Atlantic while I read my book. I was unbothered until turn down service came to prepare the room for the night.
I had room service for dinner and breakfast. Food was yummy. Tamarisk for dinner was wonderful too. I had the wahoo. Highly recommend. Also, because it was my birthday, I was greeted by a birthday card and a slice of chocolate cake in my mini fridge! Wonderful touch.
Gym was adequate and the indoor pool was great since it wasn't warm enough outside to use the outdoor pool.
Finally, the shower was a dream. Shame I couldn't take it home with me. I will be back. I can't wait!
We spent a week at the Cambridge Beaches, staff were always incredibly helpful, it was clearly low season but on the days the sun shone it was lovely to laze out on an almost empty beach and enjoy the views. Gym and pool were good, grounds very well kept, room was good and food was also well done.
Nice clean beach and the beach was not crowded and the area was so clean. You can take a bus and get off very near to this area. Will go again when I get back to Bermuda.The water is so clear and we walked the beach and loved feeling the sand between our toes.