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
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.
This hotel is not cheap, so expectations are not low, luckily, we got exactly what we hoped for. We went on vacation right smack in the middle of high season, but the staff was still as attentive as possible, professional and fast (very fast). We agreed the hotel looks better in person than in photos, if thats even possible. The beaches are the most impressive I have ever seen. See you next winter Rosewood.
We had a beautiful room at this lovely hotel, with a view of the pool and the bay beyond. The hotel is in a great location and while not on the beach, there is a shuttle that goes every 1/2 hour (it is also walkable). The staff could not have been nicer, and the Thanksgiving Dinner that they prepared was delicious, with all the right trimmings. The only negative is that the Golf Course, which is right there, is not being maintained as well as it should be.
Went there several times and was never disappointed. It’s even better now after they’ve completed their renovations - the gym looks brand new, the spa is very nice and rooms look great and are very spacious. Staff is also very nice. Their beach club is also very good but you need transportation to go there though (which they can provide). Their beach is very well maintained but can get packed during the high season. I don’t play golf but they also have a very impressive 18-hole course. They also rent boats, paddle boards and kayaks which is neat especially went the wind is low (can get very windy on Castle Harbor). I love their new gin bar - a great addition and perfect for private functions! Only downside of this hotel overall is that it’s very pricey, a bit far from town and the beach isn’t located on the main property. I also wish they would’ve kept their The Point restaurant but they’ve closed it. Still good but my favorite is Sul Verde at the Club House. In any case, it’s certainly one of the best hotels in Bermuda. Little tip - prices are going down during shoulder seasons (after all, Bermuda has a winter season) so that’s when I would recommend going.
This has by far been my worst vacation ever. I started off my stay having to wait almost 1 hour in the rain due to the concierge not having booked our taxi. From there we get to the hotel and a man behind us slips and drops what looked like his laptop. As soon as I get there it looks unsafe. The women at the front desk seemed overworked and did not seem to care for anything but getting us our room key. Our room had a strange odor, as well as ants scattered on the floor. Periodically a moth would somehow end up in our room.
I booked my wife and I spa treatments for a couples, somehow, Shadice booked a single massage for one. Thankfully, the lady at the desk was able to accommodate a couples for 5:30 (we were due for 5:00). As my wife is pregnant I really wanted her to relax as she was experiencing anxiety on this trip. A short attendant then ran across my wife, with her cell phone on her ear, while cleaning her glasses almost knocking her over. After my couples massage I sought to see the spa manager who was absent to report this.
We than had dinner at Tuckers Bar and they provided myself and my wife with unkosher meat after we requested kosher. This hotel is not worth the money I spent and the staff service is well below moderate. I figured I would express my thoughts directly to the web as I did not want compensation, or even an explanation. What I experienced was 2 star service.