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JAN
25

Traveller Review Award 2021

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10 out of 10​Booking.Com award. "Your Traveller Review Award recognizes your efforts to offer outstanding hospitality despite all of last year's challenges. That hard work helped your guests make the most of the trips they were able to take. The exceptional review scores you earned show how much they appreciated it – and we do too.  From ...
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JAN
19

New "Safe Travels" Designation

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The Bermuda Tourism Authority is delighted to recognise your efforts in implementing enhanced health and safety measures in line with WTTC (World Travel & Tourism Conference) global protocols. On behalf of the WTTC, we are pleased to award you this designation, which aims to rebuild confidence in health & safety among travellers worldw...
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JUL
31

Bermuda’s Stunning Turquoise Water

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​Enjoy a relaxing clip of Bermuda’s stunning turquoise water while listening to a little traditional calypso music. As relaxing as it gets. Watch Now​
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JUL
18

Our Post Covid-19 Cleaning Protocols

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We are completely committed to safeguarding your health and well being during your stay with us. We would like to take this opportunity to share some of the details of our enhanced Post Covid-19 cleaning protocols, which follow CDC Protective Measures. Requirements for our Cleaners:-Windows must be opened prior to commencement of the cleaning proce...
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MAR
16

Our Suggested 5-Day Itinerary

DAY  1EXPLORE: St. George'sA UNESCO World Heritage site, the Town of St. George is the oldest continuously occupied town of English origin in the western hemisphere. Wander down cobblestone lanes that are a maze of narrow streets with quaint names: Featherbed Alley, Duke of York Street, Petticoat Lane, Old Maid's Lane, and Duke of Kent Street,...
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MAR
16

Interesting Facts About Bermuda

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White RoofsBermudians have been building steep white roofs with steps for over 400 years as a way to harvest rain which was the islands only source of water for centuries. The steps built into the roof slow down the rainfall helping the gutter collect the water before it goes into a tank under the house. This is even enforced in our building codes ...
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