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Bermuda is a treasure-trove of private coves, picture-perfect beaches, coral reefs and rich cultural history. Find plenty of fun things to do on a budget Bermuda vacation. Hit the awe-inspiring Crystal Caves where hiking trails lead to spectacular views. Bailey's Bay is the scene for delicious eateries and laidback bars. For a break from the seaside, head to Devonshire Parish for pretty gardens, the 18th-century Palmetto House and Devonshire Marsh, for native animals galore.

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Cambridge Beaches Luxury Resort and Spa - Adults Only

4 stars
4.3 / 5 35 reviews
Relaxing getaway with four private beaches in western BermudaCambridge Beaches, a 30-acre resort and spa on a secluded peninsula in western Bermuda, offers cottages, rooms, and suites, and four private beaches. Guests wanting more than simple relaxation enjoy many water sports and other activities, including tennis and croquet. The resort boasts that both children and companies have been named after some of its cottages. Amenities include on-site dining, laundry service, library, safe deposit box, putting green, and meeting space. Highlights Quiet, secluded atmosphereLuxurious, low-key accommodations with water or garden viewsFour private beachesNumerous activities for the whole family RoomsThe hotel's 94 cottages, rooms, and suites each have their own unique name and decor and feature a patio or balcony with water or garden views. All accommodations also offer a color television, CD player, high-speed Internet access (fees apply), hair dryer, iron and ironing board, coffee maker, and in-room safe. Many rooms include a refrigerator, deluxe marble bathroom, and whirlpool tub. Cottages offer up to four bedrooms and such amenities as antiques, fireplace, and extra bathroom.  Features Half-mile Long Bay Beach, a beautiful secluded beach on the Atlantic Ocean, provides an ideal spot for a romantic picnic or simply a relaxing layout, with a long stretch of white sand. An adjacent Nature Reserve offers an important wetland habitat for native and migratory birds. Other choices, on the Mangrove Bay side of the peninsula, include Morning Beach, Turtle Cove Beach, and Pegem Beach.   On-site dining options include sophisticated international cuisine at Tamarisk Room overlooking Mangrove Bay, the casual cuisine at open-air beachfront restaurant Breezes, and lighter fare and drinks at the poolside Shutters cafe.   Sailing, boating, scuba, snorkeling, tennis, and croquet are among recreational activities offered. An on-site putting green helps golfers warm up for a round on one of the area's golf courses.   The hotel provides convenient access to Somerset, a village with a couple of shops, a ferry stop, and post office. The area is ideal for exploration on foot or bicycle, including the nearby Bermuda Railway Trails.   Transportation L.F. Wade International Airport (12 mi/19.4 km)There are no rental cars for visitors on BermudaBuses and taxis are readily availableMany guests rent mopeds or bicycles Nearby attractions Bermuda Maritime Museum (11.8 mi/18.3 km)Fort St. Katherine (13 mi/21 km)Gibb's Hill Lighthouse (5.5 mi/8.8 km) Business Several boardroom and casual meeting room options
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Nightly rates from $367

The Fairmont Southampton

4 stars
4.3 / 5 401 reviews
Lap of luxury in a beautiful beachside Bermuda resort Fairmont Southampton, spread across a 100-acre estate overlooking Ocean Bay, delivers timeless luxury, gorgeous views, and countless recreational activities. Some $60 million in renovations refreshed the high-level sparkle of this resort jewel. Beaches, pools, 10 on-site restaurants and lounges, private clubs, golf, tennis, special kids' activities, and the Willow Stream spa offer something for everyone. HighlightsBeachside resort overlooking Ocean BayOn-site executive par-3 golf courseNumerous restaurants and loungesExchange privileges at Fairmont Hamilton Princess, with free shuttle service Rooms All of the 593 rooms and suites include one king bed or two double beds, private balcony, air conditioning, marble bathroom, Miller Harris bath and beauty products, room safe, bathrobes, cable television, hairdryer, coffeemaker, iron and ironing board, and mini-bar. Many rooms have full or partial harbor views. Fairmont Gold rooms offer a private harbor-view lounge, dedicated concierge, and complimentary breakfast daily. FeaturesThe oceanfront beach club offers shady chaise lounges, a pool, poolside bar, dive center, snorkeling rentals, water sports, tennis courts, and more.   Dining options include local seafood at the Ocean Club, steaks at the historic Waterlot Inn (AAA Four Diamond award winner), a romantic dinner at the Newport Room (AAA Five Diamond award winner), and a frozen drink and burger at the Cabana Club. Guests dance the night away at The Cellar cocktail lounge.   The 31,000-square-foot Willow Stream spa offers an indoor heated pool (open to all guests after 6 p.m.), Jacuzzis, a sun deck, modern fitness center with ocean views, beauty salon, steam inhalation room, sauna, and signature Willow Stream Energy bath and beauty products. Professional therapists and salon staff render services including wraps, aromatherapy and reflexology, custom massages, facials pedicures, and manicures. TransportationL.F. Wade International Airport (14.9 mi/24 km)Shuttle service to and from airport             On-site moped rentals Bus tokens are available at the concierge desk and front deskThere are no rental cars for visitors on Bermuda Nearby attractionsAquatic Bermuda snorkeling charters (6.8 mi/11 km)Gibb's Hill Lighthouse (0.6 mi/900 m)Crystal Caves (11.8 mi/19 km) BusinessBusiness centerConference roomsSecretarial services and audio-visual equipment availableHigh-speed Internet access (fees apply) Policies and feesAdditional charges apply to some amenities and activities.The free daily ferry service will now be exclusive to the hotel guests and will operate from Fairmont Southampton dock to Albuoys Point in downtown Hamilton.
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Hamilton Princess & Beach Club A Fairmont Managed Hotel

4 stars
4.3 / 5 166 reviews
"Pink Palace" on the edge of Hamilton harborOld-world style permeates this hotel, set among palm trees and tropical gardens on the edge of Hamilton harbor. Hamilton Princess & Beach Club A Fairmont Managed Hotel, known to locals as "The Pink Palace," opened its doors on Jan. 1, 1885. Rooms in the original building offer guests the full historic experience, although the new Bermudiana House provides the same level of comfort. And the hotel offers easy access to the shops and restaurants of downtown Hamilton. HighlightsUnique historic waterfront hotelFreshwater and saltwater poolsComplimentary ferry to private beach club at the Fairmont SouthamptonComplimentary use of fitness centerFree high-speed Internet access RoomsThe 410 rooms and suites at Hamilton Princess & Beach Club A Fairmont Managed Hotel offer a variety of views of harbor, city, and gardens, many with private balconies. All rooms offer a marble bathroom, walk-in closet, plush bathrobes, coffee maker, and high-speed Internet connections. Guests enjoy elegant British colonial decor throughout and sumptuous Miller Harris bath and beauty products. Fairmont Gold level rooms have access to a private lounge with honor bar, cocktail hour canapes, exclusive concierge, and complimentary breakfast. Features Guests relax in an Adirondack chair by the freshwater and saltwater pools, soak in the harbor views, or take a few practice putts on the outdoor practice green. A ferry provides access to the Fairmont Southhampton, where guests make use of its beach club and other facilities. Guests also taxi to Riddell's Bay Golf and Country Club, the hotel's exclusive 18-hole partner, for a round of golf.   Harley's Restaurant serves traditional island favorites in its elegant indoor dining room, while Harley's Terrace features a casual lunch of salads and sandwiches plus dinner nightly at its harborside tables. The hotel's sophisticated lobby bar and restaurant, The Heritage Court, was praised by the New York Times as having the best afternoon tea in Bermuda.   The hotel's fitness center includes a nine-station multi-gym, treadmills and bicycles, elliptical machines, and free weights. A wide variety of facials, massages, and skin care treatments are available at the Inverurie Day Spa. TransportationL.F. Wade International Airport (8.4 mi/13.5 km)There are no rental cars for visitors on Bermuda Shuttles, buses, and taxis are readily available Many guests a rent mopeds or bicycles Nearby attractionsBermuda Maritime Museum (0.7 mi/1.1 km)Bermuda Aquarium, Natural History Museum & Zoo (3.9 mi/6.3 km)Sonny's Shipwreck Snorkeling (0.8 mi/1.3 km) BusinessRecently renovated meeting and banquet facilitiesCapacity up to 300Dedicated event staffFree high-speed Internet access Policies and feesAdditional fees may apply for some services and amenities. Children must be at least 14 to use to fitness center.
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Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort and Spa

4 stars
4.3 / 5 60 reviews
Best of the new at luxury resort on Hamilton Harbor The ultra-modern, glassed-in lobby with a view of Hamilton Harbor provides the first sign of the luxury and class that await guests at this full-service resort. The spa resort, right on the harbor, combines traditional Bermudian architecture with contemporary design. Key features include an 18-hole golf course, spa, business center, and two award-winning restaurants. Highlights Breathtaking views of Hamilton HarborFree hotel water ferryRound of golf included in staySpa and swimming poolsAward-winning restaurants Rooms Rooms and suites include king or double beds, 26-inch flat-screen televisions, Bose sound system, and Internet access (fees apply). Many rooms offer a balcony, harbor view, small kitchen, separate sitting area, Jacuzzi tub, sleeper sofa, 42-inch flat screen television, and IP phone system.  Features Amenities include tennis courts, swimming pools, infinity pool with sundeck and whirlpool, beach service, and private event assistance. A 24-hour on-site gym with room-key access offers treadmills, elliptical, stationary bikes, free weights, and universal machines.   Samadhi Spa features four treatment rooms, two couples suites, a wet room, a large relaxation atrium, private locker rooms, and men's and women's steam rooms. The spa also offers a complete range of body and facial treatment rituals, hair treatments, nail care, yoga, fitness walks, and meditation.   Blu Bar & Grill, located on the Belmont Hills golf course and selected as one of the 100 best restaurants in the world by Condé Nast Traveler magazine, serves steak and seafood. Beau Rivage, at the hotel, overlooks Hamilton Harbor and offers award-winning French cuisine, with spectacular views from every table. Transportation L.F. Wade International Airport (9.3 mi/15 km)Contact the concierge 48 hours before arrival to arrange for complimentary shuttle from the airportHotel water ferry to destinations around the harborThere are no rental cars for visitors on Bermuda Shuttles, buses, and taxis are readily available Some visitors also rent mopeds or bicycles Nearby attractions Crystal Caves (9.1 mi/14.8 km)Snorkel park (11.5 mi/18.5 km)Gibb's Hill Lighthouse (3.3 mi/5.2 km) Business Business centerConference facilitiesHigh-speed Internet access (fees apply)
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Nightly rates from $423

The Reefs

4 stars
4.3 / 5 37 reviews
Cliffside resort in an unparalleled Bermuda setting The Reefs, welcoming guests since 1947, offers the best of Bermudian hospitality in a setting of unparalleled beauty. The pink-and-white buildings of the cliffside resort, set amid a palm tree-dotted slope brightened by hibiscus, oleander, and bougainvillea, overlooks a pink-sand beach. The resort boasts an infinity pool and an award-winning spa. Highlights Gorgeous cliff-to-beach settingModern amenities in a resort with an old-world feelRestaurant and award-winning spa Rooms All rooms have a balcony or terrace and an ocean view. Other features include one king or two twin beds with alarm clock, bathrobe, cable television, air conditioning and ceiling fan, hair dryer, high-speed Internet access, iron and ironing board, refrigerator, safe, and coffee maker. One- to four-bedroom cottages, some with hot tubs, are also available. Features The cliff-top Ocean Echo restaurant serves breakfast through dinner eatery year-round. Dark wood and candlelight give a more elegant feel to Royston's, where guests enjoy steaks and seafood cooked in an open kitchen. Coconuts beach restaurant offers lunch and dinner with the ocean at diners' feet.   La Serena spa specializes in Thai massage and offers a full menu of luxury services ranging from reflexology to facials. Pedicures, manicures, and other treatments use herbal products from Gehwol.   Other on-site amenities include a gift shop, gym, plunge pool, safe deposit box, pool, and tennis court. Transportation L.F. Wade International Airport (13.5 mi/21.8 km)There are no rental cars for visitors on Bermuda Shuttles, buses, and taxis are readily availableScooter and bicycle rentals are also popular Nearby attractions Bermuda Maritime Museum (5 mi/8.1 km)Gibb's Hill Lighthouse (1.6 mi/2.6 km)Crystal Caves (12.8 mi/20.6 km) Business Meeting rooms accommodate up to 25Dedicated event specialists Policies and feesThe evening dress code at The Reefs Hotel & Club is smart casual for all ages (collared shirts and slacks). Inappropriate attire includes blue jeans, t-shirts, baseball caps, sneakers and flip flops.The children's policy requests that families with children 6 years and younger and children who may find it difficult to sit through an evening meal dine before 7 p.m. From May through August, the pool will be closed from 5 to 7 p.m. to children 12 and younger.
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  • Best Time to Go

    With its sub-tropical climate, Bermuda vacations are ideal anytime of the year. Temperatures are between the 60s and low 80s all year, with humidity off and on throughout. Those that want to avoid the hurricane season in Bermuda should hold off on travel to the island between June and November. The best hotel rates for Bermuda travel can be found during the off-season from December and March. The fall and summer are seasons best for a trip to the island for travelers interested in outdoor activities such as swimming, fishing, boating, or snorkeling.

  • Barracuda Grill

    When it is time to chow down, reserve a table at the Barracuda Grill in Pembroke Parish and enjoy the distinct island flavors and international cuisine.

  • St. George Golf Course

    Golfing enthusiasts can tee off at the St. George Golf Course or Tuckers Point Golf Course.

  • Front Street

    If you want to do a little shopping, take stroll down Front Street for easy access to an array of fashion outlets.

  • Bermuda Railway Trail

    Take a stroll down the historic Bermuda Railway Trail that covers St. George Town, City of Hamilton, and Pembroke Parish.

  • Bermuda's Horseshoe Bay Beach

    Relax on the pink sand of Bermuda’s Horseshoe Bay Beach; this beach has small dining concessions and beach lodging.

  • Bermuda highlights
  • St. George

    The gorgeous town of St. George holds the distinction as the oldest surviving British town in the Americas. The street names are decidedly quaint from Old Maid's Lane to Featherbed Alley, and the atmosphere is suitably traditional. Easy to explore on foot, St. George is also home to well-priced restaurants to enjoy on your Bermuda travels.

  • Royal Naval Dockyard

    Travel through Bermuda's naval history at this popular tourist spot. The docking port for the British Royal Navy until 1951, it is now home to a bevy of shops, eateries, pubs and the Bermuda Maritime Museum. Entrance to the Dockyard is free, while the museum will set you back just $10. The Clocktower Mall is a great place to shop for a bargain on your Bermuda vacation.

  • Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

    Head to the viewing platform for the ultimate photo op (admission costs a mere $2.50), and peruse the gift shop for charming knickknacks. If you're up for a meal with pretty views, the lighthouse also features a quaint restaurant where you can score breakfast and lunch for a reasonable price -- lunchtime pizzas cost around $12.

  • Southampton Parish

    What's better than relaxing in the sun and breathing in the salt-tinged air on one of the most gorgeous beaches in the world? Southampton Parish has the best in Bermuda, with Horseshoe Bay Beach and South Shore Park Beach both jaw-droppingly gorgeous. These stretches of sand and sea wow with their jagged coastlines, rushing waves and shell-strewn sands. A must on your Bermuda travels.

  • City of Hamilton

    Don't let the quaint-looking facade fool you – the capital is the buzzing hub of Bermuda. Home to the island's business district and shopping galore, you're bound to find something on sale. Not in the mood? Take a stroll along Front Street to snap pics of the pretty pastel Victorian storefronts. Then watching the boats drift by on the harbor-side wharf.

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