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TimeOut | June 2023
"Celebrating its 100-year anniversary this year, Cambridge Beaches has a long history of introducing visitors to Bermuda and making them want to come back for more...It cannot go without mentioning that the service at Cambridge Beaches is always on point and willing to help guests with anything they need.."
Conde Nast Traveler | April 27, 2023
"The resort’s iconic pink cottages, four bars and restaurants, two-tiered pool, and expansive grounds that include four private beaches have been brought into the 21st century—no small feat since some architectural details date back to the 1600s. The 86 cottages are newly chic, with a tropical-inspired coral and seafoam green color palette, dark wood statement beds, quirky rattan chairs, and boldly patterned textiles..."
2023 It List (#14)
Travel + Leisure | April 6, 2023
"Perched on a 23-acre peninsula jutting into the Atlantic Ocean, Cambridge Beaches is far from Bermuda’s other luxury hotels and the bustle of Hamilton. Eighty-six pink cottages dot the property, which also has four beaches, a rarity on the island. Cambridge Beaches is not new — it celebrates its centennial this year. Still, it recently underwent a full renovation courtesy of new owners, hospitality group Dovetail + Co. Each cottage now sports a whimsical, tropical style with dark wood beds, rattan chairs, graphic-patterned textiles, and shutter doors with brass knobs embossed with palm leaves. The pool has fresh pastel furniture and a new bar and restaurant, plus there’s now an outpost of Brooklyn, New York’s The Sunken Harbor Club."
Damon DeGraff | April 2023
"This century-old iconic resort has been completely reimagined for its 100th birthday. Cambridge Beaches speckles a pristine stretch with pink where sand meets the sea in Somerset Village, Bermuda. With eighty-six beachfront cottages boasting fantastic views, four private beaches, a long list of water activities, great fitness and wellness, four restaurants, and The Sunken Harbor Club in charge of the drinks, there are virtually endless things to do, see, and soak in. This family-friendly resort remains a classic getaway to paradise."
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Hotels Above Par | January 2023
When it comes to boutique Bermudan hotels, Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa outclasses. It’s a cluster of pretty-in-pink cottages peppered across a 23-acre peninsula boasting private coves and strands.
Originally built a century ago, the hotel just reopened after a massive renovation — and the result is beautiful.
tripsavvy | October 11, 2022
"It’s set on a 23-acre peninsula jutting into the Atlantic Ocean, giving it not one but four private beaches for guests."
The Times | September 22, 2022
"Cambridge Beaches has a unique, Alice in Wonderland-esque charm. The ultra-chic resort is made up entirely of cottage-style accommodation — some of which are over 100 years old — so you get the feel of an intimate boutique hotel but with all the benefits of staying at a resort."
Food & Wine | September 1, 2022
"It may seem ironic to bring a faux-tropical bar to a tropical island, but on Friday, September 2, an outpost of Brooklyn's Sunken Harbor Club – the acclaimed tiki bar on the upper level of Gage & Tollner – will open in Bermuda's Cambridge Beaches hotel."
Travel + Leisure | July 25, 2022
"Bermuda's Cambridge Beaches resort dates back to the 17th century, but it just got a major redesign, including two new restaurants and the Bermudian chapter of Brooklyn's Sunken Harbor Club."