Bermuda may be a small island, but our hospitality packs a punch, with three separate island hotel properties making Travel + Leisure’s list of World’s Best Hotels.
“This is a tremendous accomplishment for the entire workforces at these three fine properties,” said Bill Hanbury, Chief Executive Officer of the BTA. “To win recognition of this kind requires a hospitality product that is of the highest quality at every link of the service chain.”
Each year, Travel + Leisure publishes a well-read list of the world’s 500 best hotels as determined by its magazine readers. The listed properties from Bermuda are categorized under the Caribbean, pitting them against a wide range of accommodations across the region.
Open since 2009, Rosewood Tucker’s Point has quickly gathered accolades and praise from travel and consumer organizations as a romantic dream getaway. With its sweeping views of jewel-green hills and cerulean blue Atlantic waters, the resort offers an iconic tropical getaway with unexpected charm.
Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa is the island’s first cottage colony and one of the oldest resorts on Bermuda. In fact, their property was a pioneer in cottage-style accommodations, which have been adopted by other popular resorts. The Cambridge property even includes a restored cottage that is 300 years old.
An intimate upscale Bermuda resort focused on four-diamond personalized service, The Reefs Resort & Club presents with classic sophistication. Recognized for gracious hospitality, this family-owned cliffside resort overlooks a pink-sand beach and boasts breathtaking ocean views.