Bermuda’s Cambridge Beaches Dons Fresh Look

Set on a 23-acre peninsula surrounded by ocean and bay waters, Cambridge Beaches Resort and Spa consists of freestanding cottages positioned along the coast for utmost privacy and ocean access. Originally opened in 1923, Cambridge Beaches is an authentic Bermudian cottage-style resort that has been completely updated.

Led by Phil Hospod of hospitality group Dovetail + Co, with interior design by Kellyann Hee (formerly of Soho House), and creative work by Paris-based Saint-Lazare, the property sports a new look, besides debuting dining experiences and expanded amenities. Working with existing architectural details dating to the 17th century, the restyled cottages sport floral prints, vibrant colors, curated collections of bespoke furniture and contemporary modern art by Bermudian artists.

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Cambridge Beaches has 86 guestrooms, four private beaches, two private coves, an infinity-edged swimming pool, a full-service spa, recreational sport areas and an onsite watersport rentals pavilion.

This opening also debuts new dining experiences by longtime executive chef Keith DeShields. Onsite dining offerings are all accessible by land and sea including Breezes, an alfresco restaurant serving elevated island cuisine; Pastel, a casual poolside restaurant; and Sunken Harbor Club, a cocktail bar helmed by writer, mixologist and restaurateur, St. John Frizell of Sunken Harbor Club in Brooklyn.

Good to know: Cambridge Beaches is a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts Lifestyle Collection. All guests of Cambridge Beaches are eligible to enroll in the “I Prefer Hotel Rewards” program.

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