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This beachfront resort winds through 21 acres of flowering gardens and tropical forests along the ocean. The hotel is located within one-half mile of Crystal Caves and less then four miles away from the Town of St George's, a World Heritage Site.
Expansive grounds, a private pink-sand beach, turquoise cove, and panoramic ocean views provide the setting for families and couples. This Bermuda resort is adjacent to Horseshoe Bay Beach and 0.25 miles from Gibbs Hill Lighthouse.
Set on a Bermuda peninsula edged by the ocean and beautiful bays, this tranquil cottage colony features 4 private beaches and a renowned European-style spa.
Leaves dance above you in the crisp ocean breeze, as you choose to settle down under this palm tree in particular. The coral-colored sand slowly sifts between your toes and you unfurl your beach towel in the partial shade. A light wind sends ripples through the terrycloth as it lands on peaks of pink grains and prepares for your arrival. You lie down, close your eyes, and listen to the waves that whispered this island’s name in your dreams. Finally, you’re here. Serenity consumes you as you pay silent tribute to the volcanoes that made this paradise possible. And in your soul you know it’s true; this is the exact place you’re meant to be at this moment. Welcome to Bermuda.
Perhaps you first heard its name uttered in a classic Beach Boys song, or in reference to some mythical triangle where things then to mysteriously go missing. But the only thing disappearing today, old friend, will be any worries you might have brought with you. You’re in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean without a care in the world. Your decision to stay in a Bermuda all-inclusive hotel like the Grotto Bay Beach Resort is the best thing you’ve done for yourself in years. And now that you’ve arrived on this idyllic island, there are a few things that you should know:
It’s no surprise that Horseshoe Bay Beach, Tobacco Bay Beach, and the dozens of other beaches here are among the top destinations on Bermuda, but there’s a lot to see and do off the sand as well. With more than 200 types of fish and 300 species of creatures from around the island, the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo is an incredible attraction that shouldn’t be missed. And another popular spot is Dolphin Quest in the Royal Naval Dockyard. If you want an up-close encounter with these friends from the sea, consider this aquatic center a can’t-miss.
While having a rental car on vacation can be nice, temporary vehicles simply aren’t offered on the islands of Bermuda. But who really needs one, anyway? When you’re already in one of the best places on the planet, why go anywhere else? So without the worry of a rental car, how can you get around? Bermudian buses can take you from point A to B, but luggage isn’t allowed onboard. As far as getting from the airport to any of the all-inclusive hotels in Bermuda, you’ll want to catch a cab or shuttle to wherever it is you’re staying. And since many of the most popular tourism districts are easily walkable, your feet should be able to take you everywhere you’d like to go.
If you’re ready, wise wanderer, to escape your everyday cares and find yourself in a dreamland unlike anywhere else, count on Travelocity to help you land the best deals on rooms at Rosewood Tucker's Point or any of the other best all-inclusive hotels in Bermuda. Even though this isn’t all that far from mainland America, you’ll certainly feel a world away. And our intuitive tools will help you make the most of your stay here. So book your trip today and you could be in paradise tomorrow.