Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa
Set on its own private peninsula at the west end of Bermuda, Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa is the island’s oldest cottage colony, dating back 300 years. Spend your days relaxing in the sleek European-style spa or dining on local delicacies at the restaurant recognized by Food & Wine magazine as one of the best places to eat. Take a sailboat out to fill your day with a fun time of swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing, or simply charter a private sunset cruise to explore secluded coves and island hideaways.
- Lounge in one of the 94 pastel-pink cottages with views of the turquoise waters or lush gardens
- Rent a scooter and head off on an adventure through Caribbean island culture
- Spend mornings spotting rare fish on the docks of Mangrove Bay
- Rent a jet ski or a kayak to explore secluded coves and island hideaways
- Explore wrecks while scuba diving and go water skiing in the bay
- Play on the world-renowned Port Royal Golf Course, one of the prettiest in the world
With incredible views, unrivaled service, and a wealth of amenities, this hotel constantly appears top in the prestigious Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards. From a cold towel and a complimentary cocktail upon arrival to friendly staff smiles throughout the day, any vacation at Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa is like a dream. Be sure to personalize a private candlelit dinner on the beach or in the resort’s secret garden to experience this island sanctuary at its most luxurious.
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Featuring earthy tones with bright splashes of color and plenty of plants, 94 pastel-pink cottages make up this historical destination, each cottage offering a view of the water or gardens. Every accommodation comes with a secluded patio, terrace, or balcony, and a number of them also feature a private plunge pool. One of the cottages even dates back to the 17th century and has been restored to full glory.
Neighborly hotel concierges are ready to share their local knowledge and ensure that you have the opportunity to make the most of your stay, delighted to help with booking restaurant reservations, planning activities, and organizing day trips.
Dining at Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa is a true treat, whether you fancy fresh Caribbean favorites framed by the sparkling Atlantic Ocean or simply want to sip an aperitif beside the quaint sound of rolling waves. Find yourself exploring the extensive wine list in one of the charming eateries, or watch the sunset with your toes in the sand as delicious fare arrives at your private candlelit dinner on the beach, courtesy of a dedicated butler.
Tamarisk – Recognized by Food & Wine magazine as one of the island’s best restaurants, Tamarisk offers a formal dining experience with an elegant-casual dress code and divine candlelit tables on the bayside terrace. The menu changes daily, but the fish dishes are renowned for always being exquisite.
Breezes – Sumptuous Caribbean cuisine and sunset-over-the-water views make Breezes one of Long Bay Beach’s most delightful eateries. The black angus steak and baked lobster are very popular and the expertly crafted summer cocktails are the perfect accompaniment to the soothing scene.
Shutters – Overlooking the shimmering waters of Mangrove Bay, Shutters serves bistro seafood favorites like Bermuda fish chowder and coconut shrimp in an elegant poolside dining room.
From the four private beaches to the infinity pool, the indoor pool, and the spa, this retreat gives you the opportunity to spend your whole vacation in the water. On land, wander through the hotel’s stunning five-acre nature reserve, play a round or two on the nearby Port Royal Golf Course, or arrange watersports and boat charters at the marina to keep each day exciting. You can start your morning with a game of tennis on one of three courts or a workout in the exclusive fitness center — all before a hearty, well-earned breakfast.
Renting a scooter from the resort is a fantastic way to discover Bermuda’s pastel houses, explore the island’s stunning coastline, and absorb the local culture. The National Museum of Bermuda is a 10-minute drive away, while Bermuda Railway Museum and Bermuda Botanical Gardens are just a bit further and equally worth seeing; a cab will get you there in roughly a half an hour.
Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa
On the western side of Bermuda, just a mile north of Somerset Village’s historic bars and festive restaurants, Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa is a 20-minute ferry ride from the island’s capital of Hamilton, a city filled with colorful 19th-century buildings, fragrant frangipani, and bougainvillea. For shopping or sightseeing, head to the popular Royal Naval Dockyard, less than 15 minutes away courtesy of the hotel’s free shuttle.
L.F. Wade International Airport is 17 mi / 27 km from the hotel.