While Bermuda has plenty of accommodation options, the island's all-inclusive resorts are extremely limited.
Many travelers enjoy staying at all-inclusive resorts because they offer lodgings and many amenities at one flat rate. This allows travelers to spend less time worrying about their budget, and more time relaxing on the beach. While the Caribbean is typically known for hosting a large number of all-inclusives, Bermuda is a rare exception. There have only been three all-inclusives for guests to stay at on Bermuda; The Harmony Club, Club Med - St. George's Cove, and Grotto Bay Beach Resort. Of these three, only Grotto Bay Beach Resort retains its all-inclusive status. After only three years in business, St. George's Cove closed its doors. Harmony Club abandoned all-inclusive rates in 2005, and then also closed in 2008.
Some visitors love the advantages of an all-inclusive package. There are many reasons why these packages are so popular. As an example, they allow you to know what your vacation will cost before you go. Click on the links to them for more information, including food, amenities, activities, and more.
Active tennis players usually enjoy staying at Grotto Bay Beach Resort, because they have some excellent tennis facilities. The Grotto Bay Beach Resort has everything that one thinks of when they imagine a vacation in the Caribbean: private beaches, 21 acres of lush property featuring tropical flora, wooded preserves, and mystical caves. Top that off with brightly colored cottages designed in the Bermuda tradition, and you have yourself a vacation out of a dream. They can be found at 11 Blue Hole Hill.
One property on the coast worth mentioning is Pink Beach Club. A wide variety of room options await the traveler to the Pink Beach Club. Guests can select from Garden View Cottage Suites to Ambassador Suites, all offering a variety of amenities, locations, and views. You'll find them at 116 South Shore Road.
Guests who are in search of good on-location dining might want to consider Pompano Beach Club. Voted one of the "Top 15 Resorts in the Atlantic" as well as the second best property in the region as voted by readers by Conde Nast Traveller and considered to be one of the top 100 honeymoon resorts Pompano Beach Club is a private oceanfront resort located next to the Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton. Pompano Beach Club overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, which laps against the resort's own private beach, and is located near some of Bermuda's most popular tourist beaches. They are located at 36 Pompano Beach Road.
The chart right below lists a few details regarding the 8 all-inclusives serving the island.
|Name||Type||Phone Number||Star Rating||Location||Island|
|Grotto Bay Beach Resort||Resort||(441) 293-8333||
|0.5 mi. West of Central Castle Harbour||St. David's Island|
|Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort and Spa||Resort||(441) 236-6060||
|0.8 mi. South of Downtown Hamilton||Bermuda|
|Pink Beach Club||Resort||(800) 355-6161||
|1.6 mi. East of Central Flatt's Village||Bermuda|
|Pompano Beach Club||Resort||(441) 234-0222||
|5.8 mi. West-Southwest of Central Hamilton||Bermuda|
|Rosedon Hotel||Hotel||(441) 295-1640||
|0.5 mi. West-Southwest of Downtown Hamilton||Bermuda|
|Rosewood Tucker's Point||Resort||(441) 298-4000||
|1.0 mi. South of Central Castle Harbour||Bermuda|
|St. George's Club||Villa complex||(441) 297-1200||
|2.3 mi. Northeast of Central Castle Harbour||Bermuda|
|The Reefs||Resort||(441) 238-0222||
|4.5 mi. South West of Central Hamilton||Bermuda|
Although the term "all-inclusive" may suggest that you get everything you need in one package, some things may not be covered, depending on where you stay. Be sure to check to see what each place includes.
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