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
We were married at the Cambridge Beaches Resort in Bermuda in June of 2018.
The resort and beach are stunning, quiet (no kids allowed!), relaxing, and the beach is just beautiful.
The staff were so nice and always willing to help with a smile.
The food is incredible! Our reception was at the breezes restaurant, and our guests anbsolutely raved about the food.
If you are considering getting married in Bermuda, I could not even imagine a more perfect place! The event coordinators (Nadja and Florenta) were absolutely incredible. So kind, willing to go the extra mile, and made everything so easy and perfect! The location and restaurants are just incredible, and the resort is just beautiful.
All of our guests loved their stay here, and had such a fantastic time at the resort and wedding!
Huge thank you to the wonderful Nadja, Florenta, and CBR staff for you kindess and such a wonderful stay!
Visited the island many times over the years and as most hotels on the island this one requires some tender living care. From the rusting window frames in the main dining and and the window treatments in need of repairs to the spa with mold on the wall. If you visit to the beach or pool you must take the towels provide in your room or you not find any towels provide at either place. Also, don’t forget to take the towels back with you or it will be frowned upon. Once getting to the pool you will find a bar without a bartender and without any bottles to make a drink. If you make a last minute decision to go downtown don’t, since a taxi will require at least an hour wait. Selected taxis are available if you plan ahead from the receptionist desk. I believe the hotel can be fantastic but requires a lot a investments a common theme for many of the hotels in Bermuda. The Bermuda Tourism Board should intervene to prevent further a decline of such a beautiful island.
We visited Bermuda for the first time in june 2018. We had a wonderful stay at Cambridge Beaches. Perfect location between the ocean and the bay. This results in 4 different beaches, which are easy to access. If you do not love to swim in the sea, there is an indoor pool and an infinity outdoor-pool. Our room was lovely, nice coloured furniture, a big terrace with sunbeds and an excellent fully equipped bathroom.
Personal from doormen, reception (here especially Christiane), concierge (here especially Karen) and housekeeping very friendly and helpful at all times.
There are 2 very nice restauerants. Try to get a table right on the sandy beach in Breezes restaurant, best at all.
If there is a special Problem, the manager Richard Quinn will help you immediatly.
So thanks to all for a wonderful week.
My wife and I planned this trip for a long vacation over July 4th weekend. We both work and make an excellent living so fortunately we can travel often and spare no expense on vacation. To say we were disappointed was an understatement. Our trip started by us arriving around 10pm with no one to check us in but someone met us with a key. We reserved an ocean view room and feel like they checked us in to the only room without an ocean view. To their credit they did move us to a smaller room the next morning with the view. Although the room was small and in need of upgrades, it did have the colonial charm which made it fine. We immediately booked a diving trip the next day with the concierge and asked to book a deep sea fishing charter as well. We ordered an early breakfast from room service and explictly said no cheese as my wife cannot eat dairy and her omelette was made with cheese. Also she ordered toast and got two slices of bread. when she inquired about that she was told she could toast it herself in the room. Who does that? So We were told to show up at 1245 for our taxi transfer to the dive boat and we were there at 1230 to be safe. The taxi never showed up. At 115 they attempted to get us another taxi with no avail. My wife asked them to call the dive boat and let them know we were late since our cell phones had no reception. She was nicely told she could call herself. we had to ask another guest to ride in their taxi so we could make our trip and she thankfully obliged. However we still ahd to be the people that showed up late to hold everybody up. When we got back we were told that there were no fishing charters available that week due to a tournament. Well I made one phone call and booked it myself, when I asked the concierge about it she said we only use specific boats that are nearby, although this boat came right to the docks. Since we were leaving at 7 am we ordered their "picnic lunches" so we could eat on the boat and were given a hard time because we had to pick it up before seven. We then suggested to bring it to the room the night before and got a sigh and " ill see what i can do, we will try to make it happen. Sure enough they did give us the food, but at noon time on the boat, we discovered there was only 1 sandwich. so no lunch for me. Then Comes the beach. We were the first one there one morning and we tried to raise the umbrella, the umbrella pin was missing so it wouldnt stay up. I counted 20+ umbrellas and looked at at least 8 umbrellas all missing the pin before I gave up counting. We watched numerous couples ask about their broken umbrella and the servers only looked at others to take the pin from, thus passing off the same problem on the next guest. It was actually getting to be humorous to see the same problem all day with no solutions happen to everybody else too. its a shame because a simple bolt from home depot would do the trick. That leads us to that night. We arrived at breezes at 645 and were told that we could not be seated since they were full but we could eat in the bar area. Our food was given to someone else, probably multiple times because our appetizers took 90 minutes to arrive, and my wifes dinner had the wrong sides with it, big shock. Plus the whole time we were there we could see that at least 5-6 tables were never seated where we could have easily eaten but they wouldnt seat us there. After all of these mess ups we were so frustrated that in order to save what little time we had left we would leave the resort for all meals and activities. After we decided this we had a good time on the island. Its a shame that with such a beautiful property they could screw it up so bad. But I will say the housekeeping was amazing and even though they screwed up or dinner so badly I went back to the room to give a tip directly to the one person who was trying so hard for us to get our food, so thanks Vanessa! Also one server there did do great when we were all alone on turtle beach. Kersten was awesome too. But the rest just seemed to never care or put any effort into anything, probably because of the mandatory gratuity on everything. Maybe they should do away with that so servers actually attempt to do well. I gave this rating average, since the property was beautiful, despite the clueless lack of effort everywhere else. Next time Im going back to Sugar Beach St Lucia where you get what you pay for
My husband and I loved this hotel with location being quiet but not far from Dockyard. Staff helpful. Only downside is that the menu stayed the same, whole 10 days we were there, with specials being offered daily. I don't eat meat so it did become repetitive for me with limited choice. I think as Bermuda so close to USA, people usually only stay few days maybe? We would go back. Our accommodation was on harbour side and very pretty.