The Bermuda Travel Guide


The Bermuda Travel Guide

June 16, 2023

The Bermuda Bucket List

Explore St. George’s

Explore Bermuda’s first English settlement, full of charm, history, and landmarks.

Visit The Crystal and Fantasy Caves

A trip here is the perfect adventure for the whole family!

Have a Beach Day

Relax on Bermuda’s signature pink sand and take a dip in the breathtaking turquoise water. Pair your day with playing tennis, golf, or renting jet skis!

Sip on a Rum Swizzle

Enjoy Bermuda’s signature cocktail, made with Gosling’s rum only!

Where to Stay

Coral Beach & Tennis Club

While you’ll need a member to sponsor your stay here, this property exudes old-school elegance and is always a treat.

The Loren

A seaside getaway where art and luxury meet, this hideaway is unique yet decidedly Bermudian. With the warmth and comfort of a private home, the elegant interiors and chic suites dazzle with endless ocean views, adorned with international contemporary art at every turn.

The St. Regis

Having just opened in May 2022, The St. Regis is set on a quiet beach on St. George’s Island, fitting for its laid-back and low-key feel. Upon arrival, this resort is all about R&R. Think languorous days around the infinity pool with a Dark & Stormy in hand, followed by slow dinners overlooking the ocean. 

Grotto Bay Beach Resort

A more informal beachfront resort, Grotto Bay is scattered over 21 acres, contains two private beaches, and 11 colorful cottages in traditional Bermudian architecture.

The Rosewood at Tucker’s Point

With almost every amenity available, The Rosewood is a true 5-star experience. Pink sand beaches, epic golf, a private beach, stunning pools, restaurants, an indulgent spa, decor reminiscent of an English manor …there’s truly everything at this stunning resort.  

Hamilton Princess

In a central location, The Princess offers next-level service, hip restaurants, a fun lobby bar, and stellar views of Hamilton Harbour. 

Where to Eat


Overlooking the iconic Belmont Hills Golf Course, Blu has an option for everyone, serving fine steak, fish, sushi, pasta, and more.


Find classic Italian fare at this casual spot in Flatts Village. The menu features a flavorful selection of pastas, pizzas and other Italian specialties. Go for outdoor seating and a large wine list!

Little Venice

A lively, welcoming vibe and upscale Italian fare await at Little Venice, a popular fine dining spot in the City of Hamilton since 1971. This is the first and most famous Italian restaurant in Bermuda. 

The Swizzle Inn

Bermuda's oldest pub and home to its national drink, the Rum Swizzle, this pub is famous for its great atmosphere and menu alike. 

The 1609

1609 takes its name from the year that the Sea Venture ship wrecked on Bermuda’s shores and the first colony was born. With a large sea-infused menu, this is a great spot for groups and has a harbour-front view.

The Coral Room and Longtail Terrace at the Coral Beach & Tennis Club

While this dining room is for members only, the sophisticated atmosphere offers an elegant experience and breathtaking views.

The Beach Club at The Rosewood

For members and hotel guests only, this casually sophisticated oceanfront setting overlooks the pink sands of Bermuda's largest private beach. From a curated sushi menu to beachy barbecue, this is the perfect lunch spot to attend in the middle of a lazy beach day. 

Frequency Cafe & Hub

Grab a coffee and a bite here to start your day! It’s the perfect location to explore the town of St. George’s, and the staff is so friendly and welcoming.

What to Do

Visit The Crystal and Fantasy Caves

A trip here is the perfect adventure for the whole family. A natural wonder formed over millions of years, these not-to-be-missed caves feature stunning azure underground pools and lush subtropical gardens, plus a unique gift shop and popular café.

Rent a Boat and Go to Cambridge Beaches

Cambridge Beaches is home to four private beaches and two private coves. Lounge in the sun, swim with the sea turtles, or paddle to a private island.

Go Shopping

We love the stores at The Princess, and a favorite Bermuda boutique for gifts is The Island Shop, featuring hand-painted ceramics, linens and more by Bermudian artist Barbara Finsness. Also for guys, be sure to get a pair of the island's signature Bermuda shorts!

Explore St. George’s

St. George’s is full of charm and history, plus it doesn’t feel too touristy. Known for being the territory's first English settlement, the town’s landmarks include the 18th-century town hall, St. Peter’s Church, and Fort St. Catherine. Fort St. Catherine exhibits 17th-century island life, and kids will enjoy exploring the tower’s drawbridge, tunnels, and towers. Nearby St. George’s is the Tucker House Museum, a typical home from the 1700s with displays of crystal, silver and period furniture.