Hotels of Somerset Village, Bermuda

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9 Beaches 
The strictly enforced dress code of 9 Beaches Resort in Bermuda is simple: "Flip Flops Required". The resort is 84 chic cabanas, scattered over 18 waterfront acres of Bermuda's opalescent beach. As far removed from the stress of the everyday as possible, the emphasis is on unhurried privacy. Guests arrive at the dock via private boat, are greeted with a complimentary welcome drink and are promptly delivered to their private paradise on stilts. <br> Guests of 9 Beaches Resort can participate in a wide array of fun in the sun water activities including kayaking, jet skiing and kiteboarding. The resort features an outdoor pool and hot tub as well as tennis courts. Complimentary Continental breakfast is provided daily. Guests will enjoy The Hi Tide Restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner or the Dark 'N' Stormy beach bar. The Barefoot Gourmet will prepare lunch or candlelight dinner on the beach. Babysitting service is available in addition to half and full day camp programs offered for children. <br><br> All guest cabanas at 9 Beaches Resort feature large windows and double doors which open to a private veranda, where guests can relax and soak up the ocean view. Select cabanas offer a plexiglas floor panel that allows guests to gaze at the rainbow of tropical fish swimming beneath their feet. Each spacious cabana is decorated in the colors of the sea and features a queen bed, futon sofa and light lounge furniture on the veranda. For those who can't leave the outside world completely behind, high speed wireless Internet access is available. Guests are provided with a Bermuda mobile phone for use during their stay. <br><br> Guests unaccustomed to the 9 Beaches Resort dress code need not worry. Two complimentary pairs of flip flops are waiting in every cabana.
Cambridge Beaches Resort 
<B><I>Secluded cottage resort with five beaches</I></B> Set on a 30 acre peninsula between the ocean and a large bay on the west end, this resort features five beaches and pink cottages. <P> Accommodations consist of ocean view, air conditioned rooms, suites, and individual cottages, one dating to the late 17th century. <P> Tranquil resort, a health spa, indoor and outdoor pools, and an aura of Bermudian history draw an international clientele. The resort offers 94 guestrooms and suites in one and two story pink and white cottages scattered over a 30 acre peninsula on Bermuda's west side. Some cottages are available only as complete units. One cottage dates from the late 17th century. Others date from the early 1800s when they housed workers for the British Royal Naval Dockyard about 3 miles north. These still bear the names of their last residents. Some cottages began being used for guests in the 1920s, and the resort grew by buying other cottages over the decades. Now, all buildings on the peninsula are part of the resort. <P>All rooms, suites, and cottages are air conditioned and also include ceiling fans as a cooling alternative. Ground floor patios or second floor balconies come furnished with lounge chairs and dining sets. CD player/AM FM radios as well as televisions with U.S. cable channels and pay movies offer entertainment. Adjacent to a seafarers' type tavern, a wall festooned with the names of longtime guests attests to the resort's capacity to inspire loyalty. Widely spaced on the 30 acre peninsula and separated by lawns and flowering gardens, guest cottages occupy rolling terrain, forming a pink and white community under coconut palms and ancient Flamboyant trees. The open Atlantic Ocean borders the resort's north side, and Mangrove Bay borders its south side. Tranquility reigns. Children under age 5 are not permitted. Five pink sand beaches are on the peninsula. The largest, Long Bay, runs 125 yards along the open Atlantic Ocean and is furnished with thatch shades and lounge chairs. Long Bay Caf

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