The custom-designed carpet, which features a map of Bermuda
A rotating door of world-class DJs at Bar Marée
The dry-aged beef “Pink” burger at the alfresco café—one of Bermuda’s best
The photo-op–worthy glass spiral staircase at the main entrance
What To Know
When it opened in 2016, this retreat was the island’s first new hotel in over a decade
Though most of the property’s duplex villas are for sale, three are available to book by overnight guests
Each of the suites has a fully furnished terrace
The spa’s signature Loren Massage uses hand-carved Himalayan salt stones
Parking on site
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All-suite beachside resort that scraps gaudy Bermudian hallmarks (gingerbread cottages, chintz) for discreet elegance
This sexy, eight-acre beauty tastefully revitalized the region’s southern coast when it opened in 2016—Bermuda’s first new-build hotel in nearly half a century. From cartography on the carpet to sweeping panoramas of the azure Atlantic—practically an art installation in the light-filled lobby—it’s apparent the minds that imagined this oceanfront retreat (helmed by financier Stephen King) wanted to steer clear of Caribbean clichés. Art-lined corridors, sourced from King’s private collection, and five-piece marble bathrooms add a dollop of Euro-chic, though the hotel is also a stunning reflection of Bermuda’s distinctive reefs and ridges. Suites are splattered in subtle sea and sand tones—no coral walls here. The two dining options also exhibit the hotel’s signature high-low tone: while Marée is a French-inflected tribute to seasonal eats, the ocean-facing Pink Beach Club (though it’s missing exterior walls, its hurricane-proof screens ensure a sturdy all-weather spot) is the more casual option, where breakfast plates, like the curry tofu scramble, and waffles, drizzled with Bermudan mulberry syrup, are the crowd pleasers.
In the Area
Lazing on the pink sand beach the hotel is named for is always an option, but if you tire of lounging, fear not: you’re in a world-renowned sailing, tennis, and golfing destination thanks to Bermuda’s varied topography. The island’s south side boasts its best vistas. Make sure to stop at Warwick Long Bay—a hit with families for its especially calm waters. Though it’s about an hour’s drive from the hotel, the Royal Naval Dockyard, on Bermuda’s western tip, is a must-visit for maritime history buffs: in the early 19th century, it held the distinction of being Britain’s largest naval base outside the United Kingdom.