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Explore Bermuda with Inspirato while staying at Rosewood Bermuda, an exclusive oceanfront resort overlooking the island’s largest private pink-sand beach. There’s no shortage of things to do at the resort, whether you want to tee off at Tucker’s Point—the premier golf course on the island—rent kayaks and snorkeling gear, enjoy spa treatments, or choose from four resort swimming pools, two of which are beachfront.
The island is calling. On a scenic overlook above Castle Harbor and Atlantic waters, your oceanfront resort accommodations at Rosewood Tucker's Point in Bermuda are just a stone's throw from the beach, deep jungles, underground cave and lake systems and so much more. The hotel is decorated with multiple awards and also lays claim to more than 200 acres of coastal land. Fine marble stonework and luxurious touches with British charm compete with the outside beauty of bright green coast and staggering stretches of pink sand. Perhaps best of all, this destination is a mere 90-minute flight from most major cities in the eastern United States.
Just a short drive from downtown Hamilton in Paget Parish, the Bermuda Botanical Gardens stretch 36 acres and have been open since 1898. Most notable are the collections of orchids. An annual show is held every April.
Women will love the swimwear and fashion selections at Calypso Bermuda, an upscale shop on Front Street in Hamilton. The store sources its luxury goods and clothing from the biggest names in fashion.
Open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., a range of services is offered at Sense®, a Rosewood Spa. Carve out time during your vacation to indulge in a Bermuda Pawpaw Massage, naturally infused with vitamins C and A.
If you're craving international cuisine, a light poolside meal or al fresco dining overlooking a picturesque beach, the on-site options at Rosewood Tucker's Point are open during convenient hours and will not disappoint.
Discovered by a family in 1907, the series of caves that make up the Crystal Caves of Bermuda are a dream come true. Reaching 140 feet down, these shimmering caves encircle a clear blue lake.
Also known by the name Walsingham Nature Reserve, this crystal clear pool of water is surrounded by calabash trees, caves and lush forest. Take a guided tour of the jungle and waters with an expert.
If you're traveling during the summer with children ages 4 to 12, a kids' program on-site at the hotel includes tennis and cooking lessons, golf clinics, art and daily swims. The program is guided by a team of certified professionals.
It's important to know that during your vacation in Bermuda, traveler's checks are not accepted anywhere. The currency on the island is the Bermudian dollar, which currently trades at the same rate as the U.S. dollar.
Rental cars are unavailable as only full-time residents of Bermuda are permitted to utilize a driving license. Thanks to the area's small size, renting a scooter for the day or taking advantage of public transportation and taxis are no trouble at all.
Standards for gratuity in Bermuda are the same as they are in the U.S., if you'd like to keep it simple. The high end of tipping on a restaurant meal is 17%, though most establishments will include it with the bill itself.
There's no bad time to visit Bermuda. The island enjoys a subtropical climate with mild winters, springs and autumns. From May to October, temperatures rise between 75 and 85 degrees with high humidity. The hottest month is August, coldest is February and October sees the most rain.