Best Hotels in Bermuda

The best hotels in Bermuda based on analysis of industry awards, hotel star ratings and user ratings. Hotels that are ranked in the top 10% of the best hotels in Bermuda receive a gold badge. Hotels ranked in the top 30% of the best hotels in Bermuda receive a Silver badge.

1. Rosewood Bermuda

This recently renovated luxury 92-room resort in the “Jewel of the Atlantic” has been a hit with guests since it opened in 2009 and is recognized by travelers for its elegant ambiance.

Located on the northeastern edge of Bermuda, Rosewood Bermuda overlooks Castle Harbour, Harrington Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. Rooms are spacious and modern, decorated in neutral colors with stone and wood accents. Some suites have a private fireplace, dining area and wet bar.

Once you’re feeling refreshed, head to Sense, A Rosewood Spa for a treatment or hop on a golf cart and hit the link at the 18-hole Tucker’s Point Golf Club. At the end of the day, you can dine at one of the four different on-site restaurants. While guests praised the food, they complained about the high prices.

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2. Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club

Flanking Hamilton Harbour, Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club combines old-world charm with a modern twist. Rooms feature island-inspired décor with colorful print accents, wooden furnishings and Keurig coffee makers. Some units also have a balcony or terrace.

During the day you can relax in one of the two heated outdoor swimming pools. Or, for another bit of adventure, take advantage of the water sports and boat rentals at the property’s marina.

Those traveling with children can take advantage of the hourly babysitting service, as well as children’s toys, glasses and other poolside amenities. When it’s time to eat, the property offers four dining options from casual to fine dining.

While recent guests really liked the property’s prime location — just steps from Hamilton’s eclectic shops, restaurants and beaches. they feel that room rates and onsite dining options are expensive.

3. Royal Palms Hotel

The elegant Royal Palms Hotel & Restaurant, nestled in a tree-lined near Hamilton, offers Bermudian hospitality at its best. Owner Susan Weare warmly welcomes you to be her guest in one of the two century-old pink mansions or in quaint white-roofed cottages.

They are all set in lush and serene gardens where you can sunbathe from the sun loungers or on the terrace beside the secluded swimming pool. You may wish to relax on the veranda or in the comfortable restaurant lounge or chat with other guests.

Ascots, one of the island’s premier restaurants, serves lunch and dinner in the antique-furnished dining room or alfresco, where tree frogs sing at night. Easy walking distance to Hamilton shops – entertainment and restaurants.

4. Fairmont Southampton

Located on the southern coast of Bermuda, Fairmont Southampton overlooks miles of pink sand beaches and calm turquoise waters. Travelers staying in one of the 593 spacious guest rooms at Fairmont Southampton have access to a private balcony, marble bathroom and fully stocked minibar.

Visitors recommend pampering themselves in a room in the hotel’s exclusive Fairmont Gold section for the best views of the golf course and harbour. Another compliment to recent travelers: the kids’ club, which offers daily arts and crafts classes and free beach toys.

While the little ones have fun, adults can also take advantage of the various facilities, such as the 18-hole golf course at Fairmont and the full-service Willow Stream Spa.

In addition, through the exclusive partnership of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, golfers have access to prime tee time at Riddell’s Bay Golf and Country Club. Then relax with a meal at one of Fairmont’s many restaurants.

5. Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa

Overlooking Somerset Long Bay and Mangrove Bay from its perch in west Bermuda, Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa caters to sunbathers, snorkelers and nature lovers with an array of outdoor activities and sugar-sand beaches.

All 87 Cambridge cottages, rooms and suites have their own color palette and furniture, as well as a private terrace or patio. Recent guests agreed that Cambridge is the perfect place to get away from it all: those looking to relax can enjoy a massage at the Ocean Spa or stroll through the property’s serene gardens.

Meanwhile, active travelers can perfect their swing at the nearby golf course, deep sea fish, snorkel and scuba, or cruise to the surrounding islands.

After a long day outdoors, recharge with Atlantic-inspired cuisine (and views of Mangrove Bay) at Tamarisk Restaurant & Terrace. For a more casual dining experience, head to Breezes, a sprawling beachfront restaurant that was recently highlighted by guests as the ideal place to watch the sunset.

Members of the I Prefer rewards program will be pleased to know that they can enjoy special perks at this Preferred Hotels and Resorts outpost. The only downside, according to some previous guests, is that the front desk staff could be a little friendlier.

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