The historic Cambridge Beaches resort in Bermuda, which was founded in 1923, has long been the island’s leading historic hotel.
But after nearly 100 years, it’s getting a brand-new look.
In what the property is calling a “new beginning,” the hotel will this summer debut a brand-new look and identity.
The redesign is being led by Phil Hospod of Dovetail + Co hospitality, with interior design by Kellyann Hee, formerly of Soho House.
That’s along with creative work by Paris-based Saint-Lazare.
Working with the property’s existing architectural details — some of which stretch back to the 17th century — the hotel is restyling its 86 guest rooms, all set in charming cottages.
The changes come ahead of the hotel’s centennial next year, joined by the launch of a new alfresco eatery called Breezes; a casual-fare poolside restaurant called Breezes; and Sunken Harbor Club, led by St John Fritzell of the Sunken Harbor Club in Brooklyn.
For more, visit Cambridge Beaches.
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