The Ultimate Guide to Hamilton, Bermuda

Bermuda is known for its renowned golf courses, pastel buildings, and local rum.  Thanks to the 80 degree days, May through September are the most popular months to visit.

Stay: Rosewood Tuckers Point combines British property with tropical ease. The 88 room resort sits on 240 acres of the most magnificent waterfront in Bermuda. Its Beach Club has two freshwater pools and also Bermuda’s largest private stretch of sand. The Resort also offers an onsite Dive & Watersports Centre that offers scuba diving in Bermuda’s crystal-clear waters where guests can discover the world’s best wreck and reef diving. Guests can also go snorkeling with exotic marine life in the northernmost coral reef. Bermuda's first all-new resort in nearly four decades, Rosewood Tucker's Point is perfectly tailored for couples, families, and groups of all kinds to uphold traditions and create new memories.

Best Beaches: Warwick Long Bay is the place to visit with its half mile of pink sand. One can swim along the side of parrot fish and lobsters around the archipelago, which is less than 200 feet offshore in the crystal line water.  

Dine: On Front Street, make sure to eat at Red Steakhouse & Bar where it brings prime cuts of meat together with lobster and sea bass. Or just a few steps away, Port O Call serves fresh catches such as wahoo, grouper, and snapper. Or try the casual Hog & Penny where the menu runs to Cajun-spiced lobster cakes and rum-spiked Bermudan fish chowder.

Happy Hour: Visit the intimate rooftop at Muse for Happy Hour to mingle with after-work locals and after sun vacationers over tapas and house cocktails. Make sure to order the Ritz Fizz, made with amaretto, blue curacao, lime cordial, and champagne.  

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