Bermuda luxury holidays
With its powdery pink beaches, colonial charm and cerulean waters teeming with fish, Bermuda is proof that good things come in small packages. The North Atlantic isle, which is ideal for a luxury holiday, avoids the hustle and bustle of the Caribbean, which lies more than 500 miles to its south, but retains a feeling of seclusion and exclusivity.
In the course of a luxury holiday to Bermuda, stroll the streets of St George's to get a feel for the colonial heritage here; browse the artefacts at the Tucker House Museum, tour the Bermuda Perfumery and lunch on lobster or curried conch by the waterside.
Soak up the sun on Horseshoe Bay, Elbow Beach and John Smith's Bay or snorkel at Tobacco Bay. Elsewhere, slip below the crystal clear water to dive the wrecks that litter the coast here.
Alternatively, amble the walkways at the Spittal Pond Nature Reserve, explore the Crystal Caves to see vast stalagmites and stalactites or take in the quaintly English afternoon teas and cricket matches that take place alongside the defiantly Caribbean style calypso and reggae shows.
At a glance
Top places to stay in Bermuda
The Hamilton Princess is a landmark luxury resort located on the shores of Bermuda’s Hamilton Harbour, housing some of the island’s most celebrated restaurants.
Long regarded as one of the most romantic adults-only resorts in the Atlantic, Cambridge Beaches rests on a 30-acre peninsula encircled by panoramic views of the ocean on two sides and Mangrove Bay on the third. Rooms and suites are scattered throughout manicured, subtropical gardens.
One fact about Elbow Beach is perhaps more illuminating than anything else we can say about it: it's a Mandarin Oriental. And like Mandarin hotels all over the world, it's a first-class resort with exemplary service and all the amenities the discerning leisure traveller could ask for.
The Caribbean is synonymous with beach holidays and there are exceptional examples of pure white sand and crystal clear waters throughout the region, meaning that wherever you touch down, you'll be able to find space on which to kick off your shoes and throw down your towel.
Good things come in small packages, and this is certainly reflected in what Bermuda has to offer. Bermuda has plenty to boast about. As well as its powdery pink beaches, limestone cliffs and alluring waters it has a 200 square mile coral reef plateau, making diving here exquisite. If you'd rather b…
Bermuda specialist, Tessa Richmond, rounds up the best hotels on the delightful island of Bermuda - just a seven-hour direct flight from Gatwick, and, with only a four-hour time difference, a great destination.
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