What We Love
- Private beach and two freeform pools
- Every room has a private balcony
- Eight restaurants on-site
What To Know
- The resort was last renovated in 2004
- This hotel extremely popular with families
- With 593 rooms this is the largest resort in Bermuda
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Set on 100 manicured acres between Bermuda’s rolling hills and a private slice of sand, this is Bermuda’s largest resort and it delivers all the amenities you’d expect with that title. It starts with that aforementioned beach and continues with two freeform resort pools, an 18-hole golf course and a stunning 31,000-square-foot spa. Eight on-site restaurants include standouts Ocean Club, serving local seafood right on the beach, and Waterlot Inn, an award-winning dockside steakhouse set on Jew’s Bay. Guestrooms are done in an elegant British colonial style with marble bathroom stocked with Miller Harris bath products. Best of all, every guestroom has a private balcony with Atlantic, harbor or golf course views.
In the Area
Everything you need to enjoy your Bermuda vacay is found right on this resort’s 100-acre campus, but if you want to experience historic Hamilton there’s a ferry that will deposit you at the waterfront Fairmont Hamilton Princess near shops, bars and restaurants. The resort’s pink sand beach is set on a secluded cove and guests have access to chaise lounges, shade umbrellas, towels and lockers. Bermuda is the “shipwreck” capital of the Atlantic making for some of the best diving in the Caribbean and beginners to instructor levels can explore them with Dive Bermuda, with over 30 years of experience on the islands. The resort’s Turtle Hill Golf Club is an 18-hole, par-three gem with awesome Atlantic views, dramatic elevation changes and frustrating (but beautiful) water hazards. Add strong coastal winds and this challenging 2,684-yard course is sure to challenge the short game of even the best duffers.
How to Get There
Be sure to go to the Ocean Club when you're there. Spectacular food and setting. Private beach can get a little crowded highly suggest calling ahead and reserving beach cabanas. Went in July and the weather was a little hot but not too bad and the water was perfect temperature.
Returned yesterday from what is probably our 12th stay. Absolutely love the charm and beauty of this hotel! Meet the most wonderful people there. Special thanks to Carole Anne for her help and kindness. Maria on the beach is amazing. She is so friendly and sweet-amazing worker. Hewah in Jasmine is such a good friend and gentleman!
Once again when we left we had new emails to keep in touch with our friends. Can’t forget to mention Sophie At Ocean Club. So friendly.
We will return next year to see our old friends and to meet new ones!!
I visited Bermuda for the first time with my wife. The hotel was a sheer disappointment. If you think it’s on the beach, it’s not. A shuttle takes to the beach. For $850 per night for the delux room there is nothing special about the room. The sea view option is totally misleading. There is sea view from everywhere in the Bermuda. I was charged for the shuttle service I never used. The biggest turn off was when I asked for a microwave. “Sorry we are out of it” , I asked them if they can heat up my food. $25 charge per person to heat up anything. Frustrated I called the manager Sherice , Who told me that she will send someone and I won’t be charged. She was rude and hung up the phone and lied too. I got a bill with my heated food as well. When I called back , she was not there, the person answering said it’s their policy to charge. The concierge service is as good as handing you 6-7 brochures. Which will confuse you even more as what to do. I think I would have been better off staying anywhere else where. Loved the beaches and the locals who are warm hearted and welcoming. Overall a terrible hotel in paradise.