Forbes spotlights Cambridge Beaches
Cambridge Beaches has been spotlighted by a major international publication as the property celebrates its 100th anniversary as a hotel.
Forbes published an article yesterday highlighting the changes at the hotel since its recent purchase by Dovetail & Co, along with the culture and traditions being maintained.
The article, written by Laurie Werner, noted new menus at the property’s restaurants, live music and the redesigning of the common areas and accommodations.
“It feels fresh and interesting but not startling, important with so many repeat guests, and those starting at five visits are also listed on the wall plaque,” she said. “Reports indicate that it’s succeeding.”
The article also spotlighted the island as a whole, including Bermuda’s pink sand beaches, award-winning golf courses, shopping in Hamilton and the recent introduction of rental minicars.
The recently launched BermudAir was also mentioned in advance of the start of its flights at the end of this month.
“The airline will use Embraer 175 aircraft with 88 seats, only 44 of which will be sold to ensure window and aisle seating in the beginning,” the article stated.
“But starting November 1, the planes will be reconfigured with 30 suites. Service also is intended to be year-round, not seasonal.
“And anyone who hasn’t been to Bermuda in a while will be impressed by the modern, efficient terminal of LF Wade International Airport that opened in December 2020.”