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.
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.
Nestled on the beach, this Southampton hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Church Bay and Gibb's Hill Lighthouse. Horseshoe Bay is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) away.
Located in the heart of Hamilton with magnificent harbor views, Hamilton Princess & Beach Club- a Fairmont Managed Hotel offers pure luxury directly on the waterfront, just steps from Bermuda's finest restaurants, shops and attractions.
Offering direct access to the beach, this Hamilton Parish resort is next to a golf course and within 1 mi (2 km) of Tucker's Point Golf Club and Mid Ocean Golf Club. Windsor Beach and John Smith's Beach are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Surrounded by 50 acres of lush, landscaped gardens, this beachfront resort is located along a private stretch of Bermuda's south shore. Downtown Hamilton and the Belmont Hills Golf Course are within a 10-minute drive of the hotel.
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.
Situated just a short distance from Hamilton and surrounded by subtropical gardens, Royal Palms Hotel is within easy reach of both Hamilton Ferry Dock and Bermuda City Hall.
Bermuda offers typical tropical island activities, including sunbathing on the beach, snorkeling, and diving, but here the beaches are a stunning pastel pink, and dive sites include shipwrecks as well as coral reefs. You can also see magnificent marine life on a whale watching excursion. Spring is prime time for spotting humpbacks. If you're a history buff, find hotels in Bermuda near St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Settled in 1612, this is the place where Bermuda began, and the earliest English town in all of the New World. Its whitewashed limestone homes lining narrow, winding lanes represent a style of architecture unique to Bermuda. The island's Royal Naval Dockyard – the British Navy's base during the War of 1812 – is another historic site. Visit the Crystal Caves, a natural wonder and top attraction. Gaze in awe at the stalagmites and stalactites above and around you, and crystal-clear pools of water below.
Two famous cocktails – the Dark 'n' Stormy and the Rum Swizzle – originated in Bermuda. Don't leave the island without sampling both. Concoctions featuring local rum, ginger beer, and fresh fruit dominate the cocktail menus of the bars inside Bermuda hotels, restaurants, and beach cafes alike. The island's cultural influences are evident in its diverse restaurant scene. The British influence is seen in Bermuda's smattering of pubs. One local favorite you'll see again and again on menus is the fish sandwich, assembled from sliced bread, tartar sauce, coleslaw, and crispy, salty, deep-fried fish. Also be sure to try a piece of Horton's Bermuda Rum Cake, another beloved island treat.
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