Nestled on the beach, this Southampton resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Fairmont Southampton Golf Club, Horseshoe Bay and Gibb's Hill Lighthouse. East Whale Bay ...
£319 per night for 2 guestsFairmont Southampton£319
Located in the heart of Pembroke, this luxury resort is within a 10-minute walk of Hamilton Ferry Dock, Albuoy's Point Park, and The Birdcage. Bermuda Historical ...
£351 per night for 2 guests
+ US$22 due at propertyHamilton Princess & Beach Club - a Fairmont Managed Hotel£351
Nestled on the beach, this Hamilton Parish resort is within a 10-minute walk of Crystal Caves, Blue Hole Park and Bermuda Perfumery. Shelly Bay and Tucker's ...
£265 per night for 2 guestsGrotto Bay Beach Resort£265
Nestled on the beach, this Sandys resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Somerset Long Bay Park and Daniel's Head Beach Park. Robinson's Marina and Scaur Hill Fort ...
£277 per night for 2 guestsCambridge Beaches Resort & Spa£277
Offering direct access to the beach, this Hamilton Parish resort is next to a golf course and within 1 mi (2 km) of Tucker's Point Golf Club and Mid Ocean Golf ...
£471 per night for 2 guests
+ US$40 due at propertyRosewood Bermuda£471
Located in Southampton, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 1 mi (2 km) of Port Royal Golf Course and Rockaway Ferry. Robinson's Marina ...
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This family-friendly Paget hotel is located by the ocean, within 1 mi (2 km) of Darrell's Wharf, Paget Marsh and Nature Reserve and Belmont Hills Golf Club. ...
£272 per night for 2 guests
+ US$10 due at propertyNewstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa£272
Nestled on the beach, this Southampton hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Church Bay and Gibb's Hill Lighthouse. Horseshoe Bay is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) away.
£233 per night for 2 guestsThe Reefs Hotel and Club£233
The author of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain, would probably find many who agree with his assertion that he would be happy to bypass the eternal pleasures of heaven if he could just extend his stay in Bermuda. Now it’s time for you to stay in one of Bermuda’s gorgeous hotels. The ‘island’ is actually made up of 138 islands and islets, connected together by road bridges, to form the shape of a hook. The bait that covers this hook is natural beauty, and it has been ensnaring tourists for many years.
The island’s clear waters and pink sand beaches offer watersports, including some stunning diving and snorkelling, but there is more to Bermuda than just a beach paradise. Scenic golf courses stud the island and fascinating colonial towns with pretty pastel houses provide another reason to enjoy a day away from the gentle rolling waves. There are historic forts peppering the coastline and hiking trails offering panoramic views.
Hamilton – Book a Hamilton hotel and explore the pleasures of the capital city, which includes shopping, fine dining and exploring the many fine museums and delightful parks. Underground the attractions of the Crystal Caves await whilst, back on the surface, you can take in the historic Royal Navy Dockyards or enjoy the bandstand concerts in Victoria Park.
St. George – This fantastically preserved colonial settlement is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the oldest surviving British New World town.
Southampton Parish – It is in the south of the island where the calmer waters mean the best beaches and seaside hotels can be found. Foremost amongst these is Horseshoe Bay Beach, whose pink sands are fortuitously fringed by rocky areas that offer great snorkelling opportunities.
Warwick Parish – If you came to Bermuda to work on that handicap there are some great golf courses to be found here. Warwick Parish is also the centre of the island’s horseback riding and home to stunning cliffs that offer wonderful views.
The pink sand beaches are achingly beautiful but pale into insignificance once you don that mask and snorkel to explore the vibrant, vivid colours of the tropical fish underwater. Scuba divers can take boat trips out to see the historic shipwrecks that provide artificial reefs for the abundant marine life. Make sure you surface, however, to visit St. George, the epitome of colonial prettiness with its pastel houses, resolute churches and flower-decked winding lanes.
Those poor, tired feet after a day’s shopping in Hamilton can be revived by relaxing at one of the daytime concerts in its Victoria Park. Whale watching boat trips in March and April will take you to where the whale’s breach beyond the reefs of South Shore. There are eagles to be spotted, hopefully, on the golf courses of the island, or you can swing off to Bermuda Railway Trail instead, for spectacular views and the chance to encounter the historic forts. The international dining scene is stunning but make sure you also try some of the local specialities: codfish breakfast, fish chowder seasoned with sherry pepper sauce and dark rum, shark hash and sweet potato pudding.