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Group Accommodations in Bermuda: Where to Stay and How to Book

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To ensure everyone in your group has their every wish and need met, picking the right destination is everything. Properties that offer the complete experience in one convenient package are the rarest of finds, whether that’s a sprawling resort with plenty of adult-only spaces or a boutique hotel right in the center of town. Bermuda is unique in that it has it all--and then some. Read on to discover what makes each of these Bermudian properties so special, and get the best deal possible for your group through The Venue Report group booking platform (more on that, here). Cheers to your next hassle-free, Dark ‘N Stormy®-filled group vacation.

Reporter: ​Dylan Essertier

In partnership with our friends at the Bermuda Tourism Authority
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Rosewood Bermuda learn more

Opened in 2009, the 88-room Rosewood Bermuda channels country club charm, which means you’ll find plenty of period antiques and plantation-style furniture. Keep your group busy with a visit to any of the resort’s four swimming pools, the croquet lawn, or the 6,300-yard golf course, which is considered to be one of the best on the island. For a special night out don’t miss dinner at the Point, an elegant experience which includes dishes such as mouth-watering Bermudian Fish Chowder.
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Coral Beach & Tennis Club learn more

Forty cheerful cottages, rooms and suites, all with air-conditioning and private terraces, are spread out over the lush 26 acres of Coral Beach Club and are as charming as they are cozy. Each is packed with their own unique design and come equipped with kitchens, fireplaces, and living-dining rooms perfect for families and small groups. In search of a place to host a private party? Opt for Coral’s Longtail Terrace for smaller gatherings (up to 40 persons) or the newly renovated Coral Room which is able to accommodate up to one hundred guests for your next soirée.
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$250 avg. room rate
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Royal Palms Hotel learn more

At this 19th-century manor house on the outskirts of Hamilton, there are 32 comfortable rooms to choose from. The best way to describe this family-run property? Quaint and quintessentially Bermudian, including plenty of pastels. Don’t miss the chance to have breakfast on a 90-year-old cedar table in Royal Palm’s all-glass breakfast room which looks out to the property’s lush landscape.
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$469 avg. room rate
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Fairmont Southampton learn more

With a whopping 593 rooms and nine on-site restaurants, this is the largest resort in Bermuda. Throughout the property’s 100-acre campus you’ll find plenty of family-friendly activities, including a private beach club with tennis courts, a PADI-certified dive shop, and a 21,000-square-foot wellness facility. Take a stroll to nearby Horseshoe Bay Beach, which is easily the island’s most iconic slice of rosy hued paradise.
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$355 avg. room rate
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The Loren at Pink Beach learn more

This 45-suite retreat set on eight coastal acres aimed to shake up Bermuda’s hospitality scene when it made its recent debut in April of 2017. Expect discreet elegance in the form of marble bathrooms and an art-lined lobby. Design-forward groups will appreciate The Loren’s distinctive look, as well as their delicious dry-aged pink burger available at their alfresco cafe, The Pink Beach Club.
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$340 avg. room rate
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The Reefs Resort & Club learn more

This salmon-hued hotel matches its pastel-pink beaches. What could be more Instagrammable than that? Besides providing the perfect backdrop for epic group photos, this charming retreat on the south of the island boasts west-facing rooms perfect for admiring Bermuda’s turquoise waters, as well as four restaurants equipped with incredibly helpful and knowledgeable staff. Insider tip: the Sunday brunch at Ocean Echo, which includes a mouthwatering sushi spread, is one of the best in Bermuda.
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$486 avg. room rate
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Hamilton Princess & Beach Club learn more

The figurative belle of the Bermuda ball, the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club recently underwent a $100 million dollar renovation that resulted in a new 8,200-square-foot Exhale Spa, as well as an impressive gourmet restaurant helmed by three-star chef Marcus Samuelsson. Looking for group activities? Get the gang together to sip Rum Swizzles aboard the property’s 60+ foot catamaran, which groups can rent out for a two-hour cruise around nearby Hamilton Harbour.
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$466 avg. room rate
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Rosedon Hotel learn more

History fans should lay their heads at this blue-shuttered manor house which was built in 1906 and is located in the heart of Hamilton. Not only is the hotel itself historic, it’s also located just a short stroll to the Bermuda Historical Society Museum as well as the National Gallery and Bermuda Society of Arts. On property, enjoy modern amenities such as a heated indoor swimming pool and flat-screen televisions.
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$338 avg. room rate
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Elbow Beach Bermuda Resort & Spa learn more

There are two key reasons Elbow Beach is a natural choice for groups. First and foremost, it boasts the longest pink-sand beach of any hotel in Bermuda. Second, there’s an impressive 900 square foot event space (hello destination wedding) that gazes out to the sparkling Atlantic Ocean. Plus, we’re giving Elbow Beach bonus points for the enormous granite soaking tub in its spa.
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$454 avg. room rate
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Pompano Beach Club learn more

What we love about this property is how the design enhances its magnificent surroundings. Case in point? Just try not to be amazed while dining at Pompano Beach Club Ocean Grill, which overlooks one of the most stunning ocean views available on the island. Throw in a variety of amenities, Three Graces Day Spa, and a tiki-style beach bar and you’ve got all the ingredients for an all-star group vacay.
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$282 avg. room rate
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Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa learn more

Want your group vacation to include a little Bermudian je ne sais quoi? Gather your crew for dinner at Newstead Belmont Hill’s Beau Rivage, the only French restaurant in Bermuda. Accommodations also aim to channel the city of light during your tropical getaway with interior accents such as French doors adding more ocean breeze to the 60-room property. The 18-hole golf course and Asian-inspired spa are not to be missed.
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$407 avg. room rate
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Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa learn more

There are four beaches to choose from at this stylish resort located on thirty acres of seaside-lined peninsula on Bermuda’s west end. Groups can opt from a selection of 87 pastel pink cottages, all of which offer private patios perfect for catching the sunset. Important to note: Cambridge Beaches does not allow children under 13, which means this escape is best suited for those groups looking for a peaceful getaway.
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$351 avg. room rate
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Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa learn more

Made up of 11 colorful cottages and over 200 rooms crafted in traditional Bermudian Architecture, Grotto Bay Beach Resort is best known for its two on-site caves, Prospero’s Cave and Cathedral Cave: a pair of ancient underground grottos with electric-blue pools which guests can take a dip in. Meanwhile, at Grotto’s spa, treatments using the ancient stalactites found from within this natural wonder will pamper your group in a completely new way.
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Aunt Nea's Inn

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This historic guest house is located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of St. George, Bermuda’s earliest English urban settlement, which was founded in 1612. This is a great jumping off point from which to explore the forts and museums of Olde Towne, as well as visit Tobacco Bay, considered one of the island’s top snorkeling locations. After a long day of exploring, curl up with a good book or a glass of wine in one of Aunt Nea Inn’s cozy rooms.

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