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Hotels in Bermuda

Bermuda Introduction

Fringed by swaying palms, sugar-white sand, and the jewel-toned waters of the Sargasso Sea, Bermuda is a slice of North Atlantic paradise. The British Overseas Territory charms vacationers with balmy weather and clapboard houses painted in a rainbow of pastels. Fragrant frangipani trees and flower-strewn bougainvillea vines give the island a tropical feel, while pink sandy beaches lure legions of sun seekers. Offshore, a circlet of coral reefs and shipwrecks make Bermuda one of the best diving destinations on the planet.

Hotels in Bermuda

Coveted by well-heeled vacationers since Victorian times, Bermuda has no shortage of high-end accommodation. Luxury hotels in Bermuda treat guests to private beach access and sparkling views of the Sargasso Sea. Stay in an upscale resort and you'll enjoy oceanfront pools, lush landscaped grounds, and on-site day spas. Popular with couples and honeymooners, boutique hotels in Bermuda promise an exclusive atmosphere. You'll love sipping cocktails on the terrace and watching the sunset. Private cottage rentals are well-suited to families, offering spacious living areas, separate bedrooms, and kitchens. Planning a budget getaway? Snap up self-contained apartments and discount hotels in Bermuda.

Where to stay

Bermuda's prime beachfront real estate is occupied by luxury resorts and upscale vacation rentals. You'll find some of the island's top resorts in Sandys Parish and Somerset Village, with most offering private beaches. Hotels in Southampton, a picturesque parish on the island's south coast, put you within walking distance of signature beaches like Horseshoe Bay. For a glimpse of Bermuda's colorful past, consider staying in Hamilton, where heritage buildings have been reimaged as characterful inns and guesthouses. You'll also be just steps from the Front Street shopping enclave, as well as attractions like the Royal Naval Dockyard.

Things to see

Immortalized by the Beach Boys in 1989, Bermuda is a 7th heaven for sun seekers. The island is known for its pink-sand beaches and crystalline water. Show off your swimsuit at popular stretches of sand, like Elbow Beach, or escape the crowds at West Whale Bay, a hidden cove framed by rocky cliffs and rolling lawns. In the spring, watch for humpbacks breaching offshore. For a different perspective on Bermuda's gorgeous seascapes, join a glass-bottom boat tour or champagne-soaked catamaran cruise. Bermuda may occupy a tiny footprint, but it doesn't scrimp on culture. The island is awash with museums and art galleries, including the Royal Naval Dockyard, which houses the Bermuda Maritime Museum. Golfers can tee off at 6 world-class courses, each with its own unique set of challenges. Walk in the footsteps of US presidents and PGA champions on the prestigious Port Royal Golf Course or enjoy hypnotic ocean views at award-winning Turtle Hill.

How to get to Bermuda

Bermuda is serviced by LF Wade International Airport, located on the eastern tip of the island. It's a 45-minute drive from hotels in Somerset Village. You'll find direct services to the USA, Canada, and UK. Cruise ships call at Kings Wharf and Heritage Wharf in the Royal Naval Dockyard, as well as St George's Port. During the spring and fall, Bermuda is a popular destination for private yachts, which anchor in marinas around Hamilton and St George's.

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