“You can go to Heaven if you want, I would rather stay in Bermuda”
Pink Sand. Golden Sunsets. Azure Waters. Bermuda is one of the most alluring islands to visit and there has never been a better time to go than now, thanks to the recent opening of the elegantly appointed St Regis Bermuda in St George’s and the idyllic summertime temperatures.
Where to Stay?
The recently completed St Regis Bermuda offers something for everyone! The lavishly appointed rooms are only matched by the services this exquisite resort has to offer. The culinary experience is unparalleled – whether you want to enjoy a Waygu skirt steak at BLT Steak NY, savor a little Latin inspired dining at Lina or treat yourself to high tea in The Drawing Room – you will definitely find something to satisfy your discerning palate.
What to do?
You can easily explore this 14 mile long island within the day by moped or electric car. The narrow winding roads on this small, yet luxurious island are dripping in vibrant bougainvillea.
Make a stopover in St George’s to see the historic main square and explore the maze of byways and backstreets such as
Slippery Hill or Featherbed Lane. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its easy to be captivated by
the architecture of its charming buildings.
From St George’s you can head down toward the southwest part of the island to tour the historical Royal Naval Dockyards. The dockyard is completely built on solid limestone and serves as a hub of activity with its complex of museums, restaurants and galleries. Finally head into the center of the island to the Capital of Bermuda – Hamilton. This beautiful harbour city has a decidedly cosmopolitan vibe – and it’s main street houses jewel-toned shops, restaurants and museums.
Touring the expanse of the island in one day or two, will leave you longing to absorb the natural wonders of the island.
So, use your next couple of days to hire a catamaran out on the ocean for the day, treat yourself to a day of tranquility at Iridium Spa, explore the beauty of the Crystal and Fantasy Caves which feature rock formations that mimic chandeliers or frozen waterfalls. Finally, no trip would be complete without a exploring the marine life up close snorkelling out from the turquoise waters of Church Bay. The high cliffs provide an elegant backdrop to the ribbons of coral reefs accessible from this famous bay.
How to Get there?
“Bermuda has long been a haven of sunshine and civility for East Coast jet-setters.” – Robb Report
Bermuda is just a short flight from many Northeast Hubs – so join WF this summer as we go back to explore this island gem,