Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa

Paradise in Bermuda

Occupying a prime slice of Bermuda, this luxurious resort can provide all you need for a laid back holiday in Bermuda. Discover four private beaches set amidst inviting coves, lounge by the pool and taste delectable cuisine at the romantic Tamarisk Restaurant. Discover 300-years of history at the resort and enjoy a wealth of activities ranging from an indulgent treatment at the spa to an exciting jet ski trip out to sea. Finish the day by relaxing in your uniquely-designed seaside cottage and enjoy a great night’s sleep in your comfortable bed.

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Guide Price

 €2,469  per person
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Tripadvisor rating 1379 Reviews
a small boat in a harbor next to a body of water

Hotel highlights

  • Four private beaches
  • Dine in style at the Tamarisk Restaurant
  • Enjoy golf nearby
  • Indulge in a treatment at the Spa
  • Plenty of water sports opportunities

Hotel Features

General Information

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  • 94 rooms
  • Minimum age: 21
  • Floors have lift access: No

Main Facilities

  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Watersports

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa

1379 Reviews 84% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 912
  • Very Good 292
  • Average 100
  • Poor 57
  • Terrible 18

What to Expect

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Jan 24, 2020

Secluded place at the end of the island

Boxborough, Massachusetts

We have been to Bermuda number of times, but never stayed here.The location of this resort has curtain benefits, as well as it could be a drawback. If you want to stick around and not that interested in exploring around, this is the place, as it is almost at the end of the island, away from Hamilton and other sights. You would need some kind of transportation (ferry, bus, scooter) to get around. In the mean time, because it sits on the peninsula, it has access to the ocean and the bay-side. It has a few beaches, each to the different taste: small, long, secluded, the best equipped. It is all cottages, so the only place you would see other guests would be the dinning room at breakfast. Interior of the room we stayed was mostly up-to date with some minor issues. The sliding door to the balcony would not open, couple of bulbs were off and the fridge was turned off. The housekeeper would forget to replace things and once even leaved the join room's door open when we come back from the walk. On the positive side the breakfast was outstanding, with the variety of cold and hot dishes, fruits and vegetables. We should't also.forget to mention the outstanding service. Very pleasant stay.
Jan 18, 2020

Wonderful birthday trip

New York City, New York

I stayed here to celebrate my 25th birthday with my fiancé. The resort is STUNNING and the staff is very warm. I loved the cottage experience. Bermuda is still the most breathtaking island I’ve been to. My one gripe is the nickel and dime element of it all—everything costs extra on top of already being very expensive. I think for the price they should give a little bit more. Food was good but not great for the most part. I paid for the private beach dinner and while the experience was divine and very memorable, the food was sort of shockingly average to poor, except for the dessert. I let the manager know but nobody ever got back to me. Taxi transportation to get around the island is very pricey, so just be aware of that if you’re planning to explore. We paid 40 dollars to get round trip to a golf course a few minuets away—by the way, the food at the golf course was the best we had all trip. Fiancé is a golf pro, and the nearby golf courses passed his exacting standards. Water sports were a TON of fun! Must do the jet ski. If I returned to Bermuda I would most likely stay here again, but I would not spring for a top tier room—save the money for everything else, you’ll need it.
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