Pros: If you are looking for a quiet upscale place to stay in Bermuda you must consider Rosedon. It's a hidden oasis right in Hamilton. Easy walking to shops and restaurants. The staff were all extremely friendly and helpful, the rooms and grounds very clean. The gardens are beautiful. We would definitely return.
Cons: Was not a concern for us, but no restaurant or bar on premises. They do provide an honor bar in the main building though and plenty of places within walking distance.
Cons: Not children friendly, very hilly and nothing for them to do. Expensive, the prices are close to very upscale NY restaurant.
Pros: The location is breathtaking. The beach is beautiful and private. The staff is very friendly and they make you feel at home. The spa is beautiful and the service was wonderful. Looking forward to our next visit.
Pros: The friendly staff, gorgeous setting, and fresh and fabulous food were superb. We must especially compliment the staff at the amazing Breezes restaurant. Sebastian, Bhora, and John made us feel so welcome. And nowhere else on the island can you dine with your toes in the sand, waves a few feet from your table, under a canopy of stars. Fabulous!
Pros: I loved the staff--so genuine and professional.
We were in a cottage with a lovely view. Who could ask for a better sunrise AND sunset.
Our dinner was delicious, too. Breakfast was that wonderful, generous English buffet.
Who has a croquet court anymore?
A secluded cottage resort with 4 private beaches, this property is set on a 30-acre peninsula between the ocean and a large bay on Bermuda's west side. The open Atlantic Ocean borders the resort's north side, and Mangrove Bay borders its south side.
The Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa offers 87 guestrooms and suites in 1- and 2-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 (4.8 kilometers) 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. Adjacent to a seafarers'-type tavern is a wall festooned with the names of long-time guests.
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. 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 Café offers lunch and tropical drinks next to the beach. Two pools provide freshwater swimming. An indoor pool with retractable skylight roof is part of the Ocean Spa offering aromatherapy and Ayurvedic, treatments, facials treatments, manicures and pedicures, body wraps, and massages. A heated, 45-foot-square outdoor pool includes a large sundeck furnished with lounge chairs and umbrellas and offers a poolside bar. Guests enjoy complimentary access to the hotel's health club, private beach, 3 outdoor tennis courts, croquet lawn, and putting green. Steps lead from the pool deck to Morning Beach on Mangrove Bay. Three days each week, the resort provides complimentary 20-minute ferry rides to downtown Hamilton for shopping, dining, and sightseeing. An airport shuttle is available for a fee and a ferry shuttle is complimentary. The resort offers live entertainment at various locations and times during the season every day, except Tuesdays and Fridays.
This adults-only property caters to couples.
Accommodations consist of ocean-view, air-conditioned rooms, suites, and individual cottages, one dating to the late 17th century. Rooms have complimentary WiFi. All rooms, suites, and cottages are air-conditioned and also include ceiling fans as a cooling alternative. Balconies come furnished with lounge chairs and dining sets. CD player/AM-FM radios as well as televisions with U.S. cable channels offer entertainment.
Pros: Stayed there with wife and infant for destination wedding, got a great price off a third party sure (much cheaper than the hotel website) but still got a huge room with patio directly out to the pool. I also saw the grotto bay (for a BBQ after the wedding) and would highly recommend paying a little extra to stay at rosewood.
Cons: A bit pricy, but you get what you pay for...
Winner of the Conde Nast Gold List award in 2013, Rosewood Tucker's Point promises a premium experience where you can hit the private beach to enjoy beach umbrellas, beachside drinks, and sun loungers, plus you'll have access to onsite scuba diving and snorkeling. 4 outdoor pools provide fun for everyone, while guests in the mood for pampering can visit the spa to indulge in massages, body wraps, and body scrubs. The Point, one of 4 restaurants, serves international cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A poolside bar and a 24-hour fitness center are offered, and rooms at this luxurious resort get the details right with deep soaking tubs and iPod docks.
Dramatically situated, overlooking Bermuda's southwest coast, the 75 room family-owned & operated Pompano Beach Club is a tropical paradise! The resort offers extensive recreational facilities, exceptional service & hospitality, gourmet cuisine, breathtaking ocean views from every guest room and a casual, relaxed atmosphere.
Pros: I loved everything about this hotel, the staff was so kind and friendly. My boyfriend proposed to me here.
Cons: It was pricey but you get what you pay for.
Cons: Service in restaurants was terrible.. For breakfast , lunch and dinner.. $28.00 for pasta with peas that they call chefs special was the size of a small appetizer.. Room was nice but old. Plumbing did not work to good.. Cater to large groups. You have to wait for everything.. Very unhappy. Been going to hotel for 20 years..
Pros: The hotel is very nicely located on the island of Bermuda. You are a short taxi trip away from the Naval Dockyard and the hotel offers a free ferry shuttle to Hamilton. Beaches are incredible and the restaurants are very good (Bocci had the best food and Ocean Ridge had amazing beach/ocean views). Shuttles to various parts of the hotel grounds were clean and readily available.
Cons: My husband and I were there on our honeymoon and decided to get massages one day. We can both honestly say that the massages weren't that good for the price you pay. My massage therapist was very rushed in her movements and I never felt really relaxed. Spa facilities were very clean and quite impressive.
Pros: Beautiful hotel and grounds. Delicious food. Very friendly and helpful staff.
Pros: The location of the hotel was very convenient to top notch restaurants (Henry VIII, The Waterlot, Blu, Lido). Two are 1 minute away and the other two were less than 5 mins by taxi. The fact that you can rent mopeds on property was perfect. The tennis courts were $15 per hour for us as a couple to play, which was reasonable I thought.
Cons: The fact that you pay for extras a la carte is annoying. The cost of drinks at "The Dock" at The Waterlot, effectively an on property establishment and their private beach was totally annoying. Considering the beach next door was half the cost sort of indicates to me they could easily charge 20% less and still make a killing.
Pros: Everyone is so nice and helpful. The place is clean and beautiful. The food is wonderful.
Pros: The staff are warm and friendly and efficient. Every greeting feels genuine and warm.
I love the south side and that part of the island for its beaches and the trolley is so easy to catch at hotel and gets you to great beaches and to ferry to Hamiltin. You are away from everything but can get anywhere easily. I lived in the hotel in the 80's performing in a show that use to be there and remembered as so beautiful and friendly and was so excited to return 32 years later to find that same Bermudian kindness and joy.
Pros: This is one of the nicer full service hotels on the island with most immenties. But It sorely needs an update, it's very dated and generally dirty. They aren't quite as on point service-wise as they should be. But with all that said, for the price it's the best value you're probably going to get. I'm sure once they do remodel, it will be unaffrodable.
Pros: The location was beautiful
Cons: It was ridiculously expensive...everything was an extra. As a couple , we spent as much on food as we did on the room. ( and we didn't eat breakfast).
They even charged for the use of old snorkeling equipment.
The Fairmont Southampton Bermuda is a luxury resort perched on Bermudas stunning south shore with miles of pink sand beaches. Conveniently located in the mid-Atlantic less than a two-hour flight from most east coast gateways, this hotel is perfect for getaways year-round. Sitting on nearly 100 gorgeous acres dotted with lush bougainvillea, and towering coconut palms, The Fairmont Southampton is Bermudas largest full-service luxury beach resort, boasting 593 rooms and 6 floors with amazing views of ocean and sound. Unparalleled amenities are offered throughout the property. Spend your days relaxing at the resort pool or pull up a chaise lounge at the sprawling private oceanfront beach club with Dive Centre, 11 tennis courts jet ski rentals and more. Unwind in the luxurious Willow Stream Spa with indoor spa pool and fitness facility or tee off at the Turtle Hill Golf Club an award-winning 18-hole par-three championship golf course. The Fairmont Southampton has dining covered for even the most discerning palates with an impressive range of restaurant options. Family-friendly the hotel offers a kids camp for day and evening. Free round-trip ferry service is available to the city of Hamilton in the islands downtown district. Guest rooms feature AC, 42 inch flat screen TV with multimedia panel, spacious work desk, 2 telephones with voicemail, dataport, Keurig coffeemaker, tea kettle, mini bar, large walk-in closet, iron and ironing board, personal digital safe, private bathroom, hairdryer and bathrobes, and WiFi Internet access is available for a fee. The Fairmont Southampton is a AAA Four-Diamond award-winning resort. The Turtle Hill Golf Club was named one of the top 5 par-3 courses in the world by Golf Magazine. The Willow Stream Spa won the 2012 Conde Nast Readers Choice Award for best hotel spa in the Caribbean. In 2012, Conde Nast called The Fairmont Southampton one of the top hotels in the Atlantic, and one of the best golf hotels in the world.
Pros: Hi quality/ friendly/ green/ short taxi ride from airport/ beuatiful
Pros: The staff was very friendly
Cons: My room was horrible. It didn't seem clean, needed painting, the shower was awful, water got all over
Pros: Food was good. Wish they had more Caribbean food. Menus are more Americanized
Cons: This time of year the high is like 68-70 so it got very cold some days and jacuzzi wasn't working
Pros: Everything. Staff, rooms, beach, location, price and view
Cons: Beach bar closes too early.
Pros: proximity to beach nice cove. Lots to rent at dive shop boat, kayaks, snorkel gear, etc. Staff except for pool bar staff were very friendly.
Cons: Food is lousy. Bar service at pool terrible waited 26 minutes for a drink at 2PM. Outdated...grounds dirty. outdoor seating DIRTY. Gave me wrong room key, walked in on another couple embarrassing. caves littered with garbage, towels, napkins, straws, empty beer bottles. Rooms outdated.
Pros: The staff were friendly and eager to see we enjoyed ourselves. The hotel beach on the bay is convenient, nice, and uncrowded. We used the bus pass to explore the island, and found people very helpful, and interested in providing a great tourist experience. The island people clearly want to earn our tourist business. Give them a try, they earned it.
Pros: We enjoyed the beautiful view and the waterfront location. Also, we were able to walk to the Crystal Caves, The Swizzle Inn and Baileys Ice Cream. Bus stop at entrance enabled us to traverse Bermuda with ease by bus and ferry.
We did not take the all inclusive food plan because we were out all day and wanted to try different dining experiences. That worked out well.
Pros: The room was confrontable and the staff were so nice.
Cons: The quality of the food was mediocre for the price I paid.
Pros: We loved the scenic aspect, beautiful views. I absolutely loved being able to come out and sit in the lawn chairs and see Bermuda. We really liked how central it was to everything. We also loved the caves and plan to come back when it's warmer so we can swim in them!
Cons: Wish we were told more about the all inclusive aspect of the resort. Had no idea until our last day there when we saw a sign telling us about it. Financially, it's not smart to stay there unless you are apart of the all inclusive package.
Pros: the location, the littke jakussi, so quiet, the way it is all situated, the view from the room
Pros: The pool was enjoyable as were the natural cave attractions
Cons: Food was mediocre, no room service, long walk from room to other ammenities, room was outdated, advertised free wifi but it never worked, no ice near room
Pros: Less than 5 minutes from the airport. Staff extremely friendly and helpful. Room large, clean and comfortable with an excellent view of the bay. Food in restaurants were good. Not great but good enough. Bus stop a short walk down the drive. Scooter rental just outside the grounds. Bus passes gained access to all buses and ferries which will get one to any part of the islands easily.
Cons: Bathroom was small. Grounds were well removed from Hamilton, the Dockyards and elsewhere. One needed to take 20 minute bus ride or the more expensive taxi to get anywhere.
Cons: The first room I was given was looking out at employee parking lot when my itinerary stated room was next to new pool seems to always happen when you book through travel sites
Pros: Marcus restaurant, Pool.
Cons: Small rooms.
Expensive for what they offer.
Not great service.
Ran out of towels and chairs at the beach of their sister property.
Pros: The staff were very friendly, helpful, and courteous. The hotel is very convenient for walking to town/shops and to the ferry terminal. The food at the new Marcus Samuelson restaurant was very good.
Cons: The hotel was under renovations and this was not made apparent when booking the hotel. The construction work started quite early every day - including Sunday. Overall, the hotel is very nice but not as luxurious as expected for the price.
Suite-only luxury boutique hotel perched on the majestic coastline in Tuckers Town, Bermuda. The hotel is set on 8 acres of pristine Bermuda oceanfront. A blend of contemporary European chic with and contemporary traditional Bermudian luxury, The Loren is a private retreat where the discerning come to make things happen, or escape to do nothing at all.Rooms: 32 oversized (600 indoor sqft and 150 outdoor sqft) King Suites, two Grand Suites (configurable as either 2-bed / 2.5-bath or 3-bed / 3.5-bath suites), two 2 or 3-bedroom Penthouse Suites; all rooms have majestic panoramic ocean views, private ocean-facing terraces with lounge chairs, and are air-conditioned; five-piece bathrooms with walk-in rain spa shower; plush Sferra towels and linens; Malin+Goetz bathroom amenities; complimentary high-speed WiFi.Hotel Amenities: two restaurants (one fine-dining with French-influence and one casual al-fresco pub-fare, each with endless ocean views and adjacent lounge and bar); two ocean-side pools, an expansive decked pool area complete with lounge chairs, drink and food service, and four private cabanas; beach access; luxury spa with hair salon and mani-pedi stations; full gym; kids club. Event Facilities: a 2,000 sqft outdoor event space that seems to float above the water and is perfect for weddings, cocktail parties, or corporate events; roof-top dining area which seats up to 40; a "boardroom" conference space; a private dining area inside of the fine-dining restaurant.Villa Community: Villa accommodations are also available at the adjacent Villas at The Loren. Two ground floor king bedrooms with en-suite five-piece bathrooms comprise the bottom floor and a master suite with an en-suite five-piece bathroom, a chef's kitchen, a living room, and a dining room, comprise the top. Each room of the villa has private terraces. Every villa has a private plunge pool and decked pool area complete with outdoor grill and lounge chairs.The Loren is located 10 minutes from the airport, 15 minutes from the city of Hamilton, and 5 minutes from the world-famous Mid Ocean Golf Club.
Hotel situated on the beach in a quiet residential area, this resort is close to Tucker's Point Golf Club, Mid Ocean Golf Club, and Blue Hole Park. Area attractions include John Smith Beach and Devil's Hole Aquarium. Note: 4% resort levy, 10% service in high season, $35pppd in low season. The hotel also offers Ballroom, Dry cleaning, Library and Lobby.
Cons: Filthy. Garbage had not been emptied. There were crumbs on the floor. And when we moved the couch to watch TV the floor was filthy. No batteries in the either of the remote control in the living room. shower provided just more than a trickle of water. Cab driver warned me to lock all doors when we go out. Such a waste. We were staying only one night prior to our flight home. Otherwise we would have moved hotels.
Pros: The facility was fantastic (one bedroom apt with king sized bed) and in every room we had a breath-taking ocean side view! Staff was hands off, but very helpful when we needed something. We took a dip in the pool every morning and the area was very quiet and secluded. Right next to a bus stop as well! We cannot wait to come back!
Cons: This is not a "dislike," but more of a suggestion. The hotel felt more like a timeshare, which is what we wanted. We had a full kitchen to cook food and received clean towels daily- otherwise it was very independent.
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