What We Love
- Spacious guestrooms and suites all have water views of either Castle Harbor or Harrington Sound, large outdoor balconies and oversize bathrooms with huge soaking tubs
- Dramatic views from the Roger Rulewich–designed 6,300-yard golf course
- Dinner at the Point, a fine dining restaurant featuring floor-to-ceiling murals that once hung in Manhattan’s Pan Am Building
What To Know
- The resort is a 30-minute taxi ride from shops, restaurants and nightlife located in the city of Hamilton
- A short tram ride is required to get to the resort's private beach
- Car rentals are prohibited in Bermuda, although there's a scooter rental shop on-site
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
When what was formerly Rosewood Tucker’s Point opened in 2009, it was Bermuda’s newest and most luxurious resort, and not much has changed. The handsome British Colonial manor house oozes country club charm, with period antiques, rich hardwood furniture and island-inspired artwork — all traits shared by the resort’s 88 spacious guestrooms, which feature endless views of the turquoise harbor.
Bed and Bath
Forget about gauche tropical decor. Each of Rosewood Bermuda’s guest rooms is impeccably styled as an elegant seaside retreat. Rooms feature luxurious amenities such as plantation-style furniture, flat-screen TVs, Egyptian cotton sheets and spacious outdoor balconies overlooking the turquoise waters of Castle Harbour. Gorgeous white tiled bathrooms feature huge standalone soaking tubs, his and hers sinks, and marble, stone and glass showers.
It may be a small boutique hotel, but expect a full-scale resort experience. Highlights include four swimming pools, tennis courts, a croquet lawn and a sprawling pink sand beach with a breezy open-air restaurant that’s perfect at lunchtime. Its 6,300-yard golf course is one of the island’s best, as is its Sense spa, which features an 18-head Silver TAG shower. When the dinner bell rings, enjoy Italian classics and all-you-can-eat antipasto at Sul Verde, but for a special night out make a reservation at the Point. Housed in a white-tableclothed dining room, with stunning floor-to-ceiling murals that once hung in Manhattan’s Pan Am Building, the chops and seafood restaurant has consistently been rated as one of finest in Bermuda.
How to Get There
After the last renovation I enjoy this place much more. It provides great ambiance and real pleasure to navigate the premise. The restaurant serves refine menu against amazing ocean view. It is a luxury treat.
I stayed overnight after a job function with my significant other. Checking in and out was a smooth process. The room was amazing, our bed was soft and extremely comfortable. Housekeeping done an amazing job with the cleanliness of our room. Overall, we enjoyed it very much.
We had an absolutely splendid long weekend at The Rosewood in Bermuda. We absolutely would return if we visit Bermuda again. Everyone went out of their way to make us feel welcome.If we needed advice on the best way to get someplace they not only told us how to get there but arranged to get us there. If we needed a taxi, a golf cart ride to the bus stop, a shuttle to dinner or the beach you name it, they were happy and willing to help us on the spot. The hotel was pristine and the grounds were beautiful. The pool was warm and the service was impeccable. The food was delicious and the room service was served promptly and hot. I can’t think of one single thing to improve upon. I didn’t wa t to leave and can’t wait to return! We stayed in room 415 with a gorgeous view of the pool and ocean. We woke up to the sunrise every morning. I will never forget our wonderful trip of a lifetime to Bermuda.
This was the first time my wife and I had ever been to Bermuda. It is an hour and a half from NYC and it is so easy to get there. I have travelled to the furthest corners of the world and I was shocked to find such a gem so close to home.
The Rosewood is a beautiful property right on the bay and a very short an easy drive from the airport. It is the best place to stay in the entire island when it comes to hotels.
The staff is excellent. Praise to Michelae who is an excellent concierge and took care of my wife and me during our New Year’s jaunt. Also, Calvin is your man when you need something and Michelae is not there!
The grounds are superbly manicured and the rooms are spotless. We had a great opportunity that The Rosewood upgraded us to a villa with a golf cart! The experience and Their generosity was very appreciated. Beautiful golf course and the private beach club on the ocean side is stunning. The water is magnificent. Everything you need is right at their private beach club including showers, pool, WCs, chairs, service etc.
the conservatory is great for playing games and having a great gin cocktail.
You could walk around the grounds for hours and be at such great peace.
We cannot wait to get back. The overall cost in the island is fair and diverse, unlike St Barth’s that is usually 250 Euros minimum every time you grab dinner. Go and try to stay at Rosewood, it’s a special place.
Although not inexpensive, the staff and facilities are without question among the best I have ever encountered. Restaurant service and food worth a trip on its own. Convenience to airport should not be overlooked as well.