Why Bermuda? 

  • Temperate, sub-tropical climate year-round. 

  • Direct flights are just 90 minutes from New York, and two to three hours from other major East Coast cities like Philadelphia, Atlanta, Boston and Miami.  

  • The island is just 21 square miles, with most points of interest within 20 minutes of each other 

  • Travelers clear U.S. Customs in Bermuda prior to returning to the U.S. 

 

What’s New in Bermuda 

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  • New and reestablished direct flights arrive into Bermuda’s L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA) from Atlanta, Baltimore/Washington, Boston, Charlotte, Miami, Orlando, Philadelphia, New Jersey, New York, Washington, D.C. and more. 

  • The new AnchorBDA Programme — Elevating Bermuda Together initiative aims to position the country as a top destination on the global scale through a comprehensive suite of certified courses recognized by the City & Guilds Assured quality mark. 

 

Even with its small size of just 21 square miles, there are plenty of options when it comes to things to see and do in Bermuda, as well as places to grab a bite to eat, or host a power lunch or dinner. Here, we look at a few spots around the island to pique your interest. 

 


SEE 


 

City of Hamilton  

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Though a small island, Bermuda’s history runs deep. The accessible Discover Hamilton Walking Tour is led by Ed Christopher, the town crier and one of the country’s most well-known and knowledgeable local figures. Groups can work with Ed to customize a tour that winds through the city and past its landmarks while he shares stories about the people and places who have made Hamilton what it is today. 

 

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute 

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Bobbing in the North Atlantic Ocean, it’s of little surprise that Bermuda’s especially keen on all things water. The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) is a terrific place to learn all about the aquatic landscape, from the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle to the island’s geography and the marine mammals and animals that live beneath the ocean’s surface. BUEI is available for private events, too. 

 

Crystal Caves 

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Follow in the footsteps of Mark Twain when you take your exploration of Bermuda underground and into the Crystal Caves; Twain was the first tourist in the caves when he visited in 1908. A guided tour winds along the pathways floating atop a crystal-clear lake with stalactites growing overhead. The caves are truly a natural phenomenon, and reservations are highly recommended. 

 

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DO


 

Jet Ski Tour 

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The turquoise waters surrounding Bermuda are just too tempting, so when it’s time to break for the day, opt for a jet ski tour! After a quick lesson, even novice jet skiers will be ready to ride and navigate their ways to underwater caves, through marinas filled with impressive yachts, over shipwrecks and to beaches to laze in the sun. 

 

Catamaran Cruise

Bermuda- DO Another way to have fun on-the-water, but a bit more relaxed than on a jet ski, is on a catamaran cruise. Charter a day trip complete with stand-up paddling, snorkeling, swimming and kayaking, or end the day with a sail at sunset. When the sun dips below the horizon and the sky lights up in pastels… well, it’s truly unforgettable.  

 

Golf 

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What would a trip to Bermuda be without a round of golf? It’s quite impressive that, at just 21 square miles, the island boasts seven world-class golf courses designed by the likes of Charles Blair McDonald and Robert Trent Jones, Sr. In addition to being challenging, the golfing affords stunning views at every hole. 

 

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EAT 


Harbourfront Restaurant 

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Overlooking Hamilton Harbour, the Harbourfront Restaurant is open for lunch weekdays, and dinner every night of the week. With menus featuring fresh fish, steaks, salads, sushi and international dishes, there’s sure to be something to satiate everyone’s appetites. Harbourfront is available for private events, from meals in the private dining room to entire restaurant buyouts. 

 

Blû Bar & Grill  

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Set amidst the Belmont Hills Golf Course with views of the Great Sound and Hamilton Harbour, Blû Bar & Grill serves dinner nightly. The restaurant’s sushi menu has an impressive caviar offering, while the dinner menu features fresh fish, home-made pastas, Asian selections and meats from the grill. A vegan menu is also available. Private events can be accommodated in the 9th Hole private dining room and on the America Cup Deck. 

 

Café Lido 

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Find coastal dining at its best for lunch and dinner Tuesdays through Sundays, and weekend brunch, at Café Lido. The pink sands of Elbow Beach provide a stunning backdrop for whichever meal you choose to dine, from salads and sandwiches at lunch to pastas and full dinner entrees at dinner. Lido has a variety of spaces that can be transformed to make yours a memorable event. 

 

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Stay/Meet


 

ALHI’s Bermuda Members are ready to welcome you and your guests to the island life: Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa, Fairmont Southampton, Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa, Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, The Loren at Pink Beach, Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa, The Reefs Resort & Club, and Rosewood Bermuda. 

 

Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa 

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For more than 100 years Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa has welcomed groups to its authentic cottage accommodations and stunning location on its own private cove and four private beaches. More than 80 spacious and beautifully appointed suites dot the resort’s 23 acres, which also boasts three waterfront restaurants and 13,000 square feet of meeting and events space. 

 

Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa 

Grotto Bay

Less than two miles from the airport, Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa is perfect for a small event. With 201 guest rooms scattered throughout 11 cottages across 21 acres and just 3,400 square feet of meeting space, your guests will find tranquility on the two private beaches, a spa and two fine dining rooms for dinner. 

 

Hamilton Princess & Beach Club 

Hamilton Princess

The iconic “Pink Palace” on Hamilton Harbour, Hamilton Princess & Beach Club boasts 10 meeting rooms across more than 22,000 square feet that can effortlessly accommodate gatherings from intimate board retreats to large-scale events. Your guests will make themselves right at home in the 386 guestrooms and suites, with the option of staying in the exclusive Fairmont Gold Wing. When it’s time to play, take a 20-minute ride on the jitney to the private Princess Beach Club for a relaxing day at the beach. 

 

The Loren at Pink Beach 

The Loren

Art, luxury and a modern aesthetic blend for an unforgettable stay at The Loren at Pink Beach, perched on a cliff overlooking the island’s southern shore. The intimate property offers a variety of elegant and sophisticated accommodations ranging from hotel suites to one- and three-bedroom villas to a six-bedroom, 10,700 square foot secluded home on its own 5.5 acres with its own private beach. Seven indoor and outdoor meeting and event spaces can accommodate up to 200 guests. 

 

Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa 

Newstead

Teambuilding goes to the greens at Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa near Hamilton. The intimate property, with just 60 guest rooms and suites and 750 square feet of indoor meeting space, overlooks Hamilton Harbour and has plenty of outdoor event space to enjoy. Host a lunch at the Newstead Spa and plan an outing aboard the M/V Carolyn, the resort’s private boat. The championship golf course was designed by Algie M. Pulley, Jr. and challenges players of all abilities. 

 

The Reefs Resort & Club 

The Reefs

All of the 61 guest rooms and suites at the family-owned and -operated Reefs Resort & Club in Southampton face west so your guests enjoy a front-row seat for sunset every evening. When it comes down to business, the resort’s intimate 1,165 square feet of meeting space is perfect for small group meetings or events. And when it’s time to play, your guests can make a splash with the resort’s complimentary watersports equipment like kayaks, paddle boards and snorkeling gear. 

 

Rosewood Bermuda 

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Just 10 minutes for the airport, but seemingly a world away, the 88-room Rosewood Bermuda boasts more than 9,000 square feet of indoor meeting and event space, with plenty of outdoor venues to enjoy Bermuda’s warm breezes. In their downtime your guests can enjoy the wellness destination’s amenities, including Sense, A Rosewood Spa, a state-of-the-art fitness center, refreshing pools, golf, tennis and ocean adventures like sailing, windsurfing and snorkeling. 

 

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