Inspiration Hotels The 11 Best Bermuda Hotels of 2021 By Krystin Arneson Krystin Arneson Instagram University of Edinburgh Krystin Arneson is a writer and editor based out of Berlin, Germany. She covers an array of hotels, products, and destinations for TripSavvy. TripSavvy's editorial guidelines Updated on 03/15/21 Fact checked by Michelai Graham Fact checked by Michelai Graham Michigan State University American University Michelai Graham is a technology and business reporter who has written for The Urban Institute and Scoop News. She reports for AfroTech, Lifewire, and The Plug. TripSavvy's fact-checking Share Pin Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. The Rundown Best Overall: Rosewood Bermuda – See Rates at TripAdvisor "The property’s residences have two or three bedrooms and come with both a private pool and private beach access." Best Budget: Aunt Nea’s Inn – See Rates at TripAdvisor "The property is ideal for couples: the location is quiet and secluded yet it’s just a five-minute walk from downtown." Best Boutique: Royal Palms Hotel – See Rates at TripAdvisor "The Royal Palms Hotel's guestrooms are charmingly traditional with fresh flowers, tablecloths, golden wallpaper and dark wood furniture." Best for Families: Grotto Bay Beach Resort and Spa – See Rates at TripAdvisor "The nearby Crystal Caves are great for adventurous kids who need to expend some energy." Best for Romance: Cambridge Beaches – See Rates at TripAdvisor "The hotel is a wonderful option for couples celebrating an anniversary, going on a honeymoon or simply looking for a secluded getaway." Best Luxury: The Loren at Pink Beach – See Rates at TripAdvisor "Each room, decorated in calming sand and surf hues, also features walk-in rain showers." Best for Singles: The Reefs – See Rates at TripAdvisor "Paddleboards and kayaks are always on hand for those looking to get out on the water, while a full-service spa meets every R&R need." Best Business: Fairmont Hamilton Princess & Beach Club – See Rates at TripAdvisor "Rooms have been renovated in elegant blues inspired by the surf and accented by modern art from the island." Best Oceanfront: Pompano Beach Club – See Rates at TripAdvisor "The Pompano boasts its own private beach where guests can lounge on the shore or follow a sandbar." Best Historic: Rosedon Hotel – See Rates at TripAdvisor "The colonial-era architecture feels like stepping back in time at this scenic hotel that runs sustainably." Best for Golf: Newstead Belmont Hills – See Rates at TripAdvisor "A round of golf is included for all guests at this breathtaking golf course overlooking the harbor." Best Overall: Rosewood Bermuda Courtesy of Rosewood Bermuda Buy on Tripadvisor.com With 92 recently renovated guestrooms — decorated in a nod to the island’s British colonial past and outfitted with crisp white linens and deep soaking tubs — travelers are hard-pressed to find a more incredible stay than at the five-star Rosewood Bermuda. The property’s residences have two or three bedrooms and come with both a private pool and private beach access. The main building of the hotel overlooks the island’s largest private beach famous for its pink sand. Foodies will love the locally sourced menu at the on-site restaurant, The Point. You can even go as far as to sign up for a deep-sea fishing tour and subsequent tartare class or arrange a romantic five-course sunset dinner on the beach, followed by stargazing. There’s a private golf course set among the 240-acre property’s green rolling hills, well-maintained clay tennis courts, and scuba tours that guide adventurous divers through caves and 16th-century shipwrecks. Those able to tear themselves away from the hotel can arrange evening sails or a perfumery tour, ending in the creation of a custom fragrance to remember the vacation by. Kids can also expect to have fun here: those ages 4-12 can sign up for the Rosewood Explorers, which offers all-day entertainment in the form of golf, tennis, baking, and arts and crafts. Babysitting services are also available. Best Budget: Aunt Nea’s Inn Courtesy of Aunt Nea’s Inn Buy on Tripadvisor.com Aunt Nea’s Inn—a historic B&B tucked along the winding streets of St. George (a UNESCO World Heritage site)—might be on the lower end of the price spectrum for Bermuda, but it delivers. The property is ideal for couples looking for a retreat: the location is quiet and secluded, yet it’s just a five-minute walk from the restaurants and bars downtown and steps from lovely Tobacco Bay Beach. With gorgeous walled grounds, the hotel is also a great choice for families as little ones can run free while parents curl up with a book on the spacious veranda. Aunt Nea’s 10 rooms are simply decorated in blues, browns, and greens, but are modern, spotlessly clean, and blessedly stocked with Keurigs to enjoy a morning coffee without leaving the room. There’s also a communal kitchen that’s kept supplied with snacks by the friendly staff. Best Boutique: Royal Palms Hotel Courtesy of Royal Palms Hotel Buy on Tripadvisor.com With a small pool and non-beachfront location, the 32-room Royal Palms Hotel might not be what you'd expect as our choice for best boutique. But this family-owned gem—located in a quiet residential neighborhood and comprised of two typical Bermudan manor houses—is arguably one of the best hotels on the entire island, and we'll tell you why. The Royal Palms Hotel's guestrooms are charmingly traditional with fresh flowers, tablecloths, golden wallpaper, and dark wood furniture, all of which lend it an authentic island feel. An accommodating and friendly staff greet guests by name, the gardens are lush (feel free to pick your own avocados) and the included breakfast is superb. The on-site restaurant, Ascots, is also excellent and will send dinner up to your room for no extra cost. Looking to try something local? Slip on some shoes for a 10-minute walk to Hamilton’s Front Street, the Bermudan capital’s main hub. The Royal Palms is popular with golfers and couples who aren’t looking for a big resort but are after a relaxing place to begin and end their day (their nightly wine hour doesn’t hurt, either). Best for Families: Grotto Bay Beach Resort and Spa Courtesy of Grotto Bay Beach Resort and Spa Buy on Tripadvisor.com For families looking to drop their bags and have a true resort experience, Grotto Bay has a lot to offer. The hotel is just five minutes from the airport, which is great for travel-weary kids wanting to get off the plane and into the water or for parents wrangling children onto early-morning flights. Go for the all-inclusive option here (the only such package on the island) as it offers excellent value, especially since the property is about a 25-minute bus ride from the restaurants in town. Not only does the whole family get breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but adults even get unlimited beverages at two of the hotel bars. Each of the simple but well-furnished rooms is decorated with island-inspired colors like plum, blue, and terracotta, then set off by vibrant tropical prints. The nearby Crystal Caves are great for adventurous kids who need to expend some energy and the Swizzle Inn, famous for its ice cream, is within walking distance. Parents shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit the hotel’s incredible cave spa, which houses couples’ treatment beds in an incredibly unique natural setting as well as regular crystal yoga classes. Best for Romance: Cambridge Beaches Courtesy of Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa Buy on Tripadvisor.com Guestrooms at Cambridge Beaches may have a high price point, but they're entirely worth it. The hotel is a wonderful option for couples celebrating an anniversary, going on a honeymoon, or simply looking for a secluded getaway. Spread out over 30 acres, there are plenty of secluded spots for relaxation, including the clothing-optional sundeck. Guests won’t find kids here, either (the minimum age to stay is 13) which keeps the four private beaches and two magnificent pools calm and quiet. Rooms are modern and take inspiration from the island, with traditional dark wood, palm-printed linens, and vibrant pops of color. Of the three on-site restaurants, the elegant-yet-casual Tamarisk, featuring an Atlantic Rim menu, is one of the best places to dine on the island. Tip: you can also book a romantic candlelit dinner under the stars in a secluded cove on one of the hotel’s beaches complete with a private butler. Yoga classes are available twice a week, while the excellent spa offers a cooling mist room and Phytomer skincare products. Best Luxury: The Loren at Pink Beach Courtesy of The Loren at Pink Beach Buy on Tripadvisor.com The Loren at Pink Beach sets the definition for modern luxury in Bermuda. With elevated touches permeating nearly every aspect of the stay—from Sferra linens and towels to Malin + Goetz toiletries—this sleek, modern hotel sets itself apart from the island’s more traditional and historic stays. Opened in 2017, the stylish property is spread across two beaches and eight acres with gorgeous views over the ocean, perfect for taking in from the private terraces added on to each room. The hotel’s on-site restaurant, Marée, serves up seasonal fine dining helmed by Tim Sullivan, while the Pink Beach Club can bring lunch to the hotel’s four beachside cabanas. Each room, decorated in calming sand and surf hues, also features walk-in rain showers, freestanding soaking tubs, laptop-size safes, and custom flip-flops for the beach. Best for Singles: The Reefs Courtesy of The Reefs Resort & Club Buy on Tripadvisor.com Bermuda doesn’t have much in the way of nightlife-packed hotels, so the island is best for solo travelers looking for a quiet retreat, not a hot club scene. To get away on your own solo trip, head to the 65-room The Reefs, a quintessentially Bermudian hotel with friendly staff that faces out over the ocean and its own private pink-sand beach. Each immaculate room faces west from its balcony or patio (the better to catch spectacular sunsets from), while upgraded suites have private jacuzzis and cottages are available for guests looking for more seclusion. Explorers can catch buses outside the gate, which take you into Hamilton or to the Royal Navy Dockyard in just over 20 minutes. If you're looking to stay close to the hotel, go for Sunday brunch at the on-site Ocean Echo restaurant (named for its clifftop position) and then take a quick walk to the world-famous Horseshoe Beach. Paddleboards and kayaks are always on hand for those looking to get out on the water, while a full-service spa meets every R&R need. Best Business: Fairmont Hamilton Princess & Beach Club Courtesy of Fairmont Hamilton Princess & Beach Club Buy on Tripadvisor.com Fairmont’s Hamilton Princess & Beach Club is ideally located harborside in Hamilton, meaning those who come to the island for business will be well-situated for meetings while still having an oasis to come back to at the end of the day. On-site Marcus’ restaurant, which calls upon local cuisine for inspiration, is a wonderful place to meet with clients, or you can take them to 1609 Bar and Restaurant, an open-air hotspot located on the marina. Fairmont's 170 rooms have been renovated in elegant blues inspired by the surf and accented by modern art from the island, while the marble bathrooms (in upgraded rooms) offer incredible rainfall showers. Best Oceanfront: Pompano Beach Club Courtesy of Pompano Beach Club Buy on Tripadvisor.com So many hotels offer top-notch beaches and stunning views, but the Pompano Beach Club delivers when it comes to surf. The family-run property offers snorkeling, sailing, paddleboarding, kayaking, and scuba diving among coral reefs and shipwrecks, as well as free noodles and rafts. Some pools are designated pools for adults while others are specifically designed for kids (a rarity in Bermuda). The Pompano also boasts its own private beach where guests can lounge on the shore or follow a sandbar out to one of the hotel’s floating platforms. Aside from immediate ocean access, the Pompano also has sea-view clay tennis courts, oceanfront spa treatment rooms, and an adjacent golf course that’s open to guests. The hotel offers three hot tubs (two that are cliffside overlooking the ocean) that are open 24 hours and provide a relaxing spot to wind down after a long day. The 75 rooms are traditional, going on dated, but they’re charming even so, with an island palette of seafoam and light wicker wood plus private balconies to watch the sunset from. Best Historic: Rosedon Hotel Rosedon Hotel Buy on Tripadvisor.com A stay at the Rosedon Hotel is about as close as you can get to staying in a stately Bermudian manor. The whitewashed buildings with bright blue shutters transport visitors back to another era, and the interior decorations of dark wood furniture and four-poster beds only add to the Old World charm. The pool is surrounded by tropical flora to give it a true island feel, such as red poinciana trees and bright pink bougainvillea, perfect for enjoying breakfast by the water or cooling off for a midday swim. For easy beach access without having to lug your food, umbrella, and towels around, there's a free beach shuttle for hotel guests that brings you right to the pristine Elbow Beach on the south side of the island. The resort has been awarded for its commitment to sustainability, and that effort is on display in the restaurant Huckleberry. The chef uses organic produce from local farms to create the menu, along with grass-fed meats and seafood that's been responsibly harvested. Best for Golf: Newstead Belmont Hills Newstead Belmont Hills Buy on Tripadvisor.com Tee off at one of the most breathtaking golf courses you've surely ever seen. Overlooking Hamilton Harbor, players get spectacular views of the water and boats cruising by while they play (it's especially magnificent during evening games when the sun is beginning to set). One round of golf is included in your stay, so there's no excuse not to try it at least once whether you're a golfer or not. Of course, golf isn't the only reason to stay at the Newstead Belmont Hills Resort. All of the guestrooms are equipped with private terraces that also overlook the harbor for waterfront views. Book one of the suites with built-in kitchens to enjoy dinner on your own balcony. If you don't have a kitchen—or just choose not use it—you dine on the premises at Aurora for fresh-caught seafood or Blú, the steakhouse named one of the best 100 restaurants in the world by Conde Nast Traveler. Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit Continue to 5 of 11 below. Continue to 9 of 11 below.