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By Keith Archibald Forbes (see About Us) exclusively for Bermuda Online
Hotels - in alphabetical order - are shown separately. Some have their own private beach (unlike in the Caribbean 900 miles south where all beaches are public) or private part of a beach, gardens and pools, other luxury facilities, sports, shops, beauty salon, etc.. Most have off-season lower rates from November to March. Some are on or close to Bermuda's public sector bus or ferry routes. They have been licensed but not graded by the Bermuda Government's Ministry of Tourism and Bermuda Tourism Authority. Some also offer residential condominiums on their properties. Many resort hotels operate the American Plan (AP), in which the cost of breakfast and dinner are included in the cost of a room but not drinks. Others have the European Plan for only the room, with guests making their own arrangements for meals. Presently, only one resort, Grotto Bay, offers All-Inclusive. It includes, costing from $114 a day per person as an optional extra, three meals, alcoholic drinks, on-site water sports sports, entertainment, public transportation. No hotels are adults-only. None include Butler Service.
Other up-market places - shown here - are where anyone can stay. Apartments or cottages and guest houses are on landscaped grounds, some with ocean views. Most have kitchenettes or kitchens. Some are on or close to Bermuda's public sector bus or ferry routes. Places to stay have been licensed, but not graded, by the Bermuda Tourism Authority, the new Bermuda licensing and regulatory tourism agency, for accommodation, facilities and services. Most have lower rates during November to March. Guests should check to see what meals are available on the premises.
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Bermuda's official currency, the Bermuda Dollar is fixed to the US Dollar. The latter is accepted everywhere at par. British Pounds sterling, Canadian dollars, Euros and other currencies should not be brought as they cannot be used. Most major international credit cards will be accepted from visitors, but overseas debit cards, even in the USA, cannot be used in Bermuda. Most if not all Bermuda places to stay, stores and restaurants will no longer accept traveler's checks, so they should not be bought for your Bermuda visit.
Internet, WIFI and Links to and from this website. Most hotels and other guest properties in Bermuda have Internet/WIFI, free to registered guests during their stay. Why don't we link to most of them? We will gladly create la non-exclusive ink to them as a Bermuda resource when they create a similar link to us.
Guest hotel or similar occupancy and departure taxes and gratuities (tips) payable by tourists. A summary, paid to the Bermuda Government unless otherwise noted.
World's most visited countries in 2018. Source, Daily Telegraph. UK. Measured in 2019 by the UK's national Daily Telegraph newspaper.
How Bermuda compares with other countries or islands where tourists outnumber locals. Measured in 2019 by the UK's national Daily Telegraph newspaper in annual number of tourists compared to numbers of residents.
Disabled visitors access. Note that USA ADA disability standards do not apply in Bermuda. Here, because there are no such legally required disability protections or minimum standards required by Bermuda's Ministry of Tourism or the public/private sector Bermuda Tourism Authority what constitutes a disabled-friendly room can be interpreted differently. Disabled visitors using wheelchairs and the mobility-impaired should ask before they book for details of disabled-friendly rooms such as overall room size (many disabled or mobility-impaired guests need somewhat bigger rooms); room door and bathroom door width, does the bathroom have a wet-room shower or only a shower in a bathtub over which guests have to step, is the room on the ground (first) floor or higher in which case is there an elevator nearby and what is the elevator emergency policy for disabled guests.
Tee Street, Devonshire Parish. (441) 236-7410. Two Guest Apartments in a wing of the Barngrove property. House has a beautiful and serene rose garden on the property not far from the City of Hamilton and South Shore beaches. Bus public transportation is available on both Middle Road and South Shore Road nearby. Tee Street joins both.
93 South Road, Warwick Parish WK 10. Phone (441) 236-6350. Fax (441) 236-9151. 15 units. On bus route 7.
Flatt's Village, Smith's Parish. Phone (441) 292-8410. 12 units. Owned by Michael Willard Lightbourne and family. On bus routes 3, 10 and 11.
6 Warwickshire Road. P. O. Box WK 85, Warwick Parish WK 02. Phone (441) 238-0149. Fax (441) 238-3503. 8 units. Near bus route 7. Apartments include studios and 1 bedroom, with kitchenettes.
29 St. Michael's Road, Paget Parish PG 04. Phone in USA (800) 637-4116 or at (441) 236-7419 or cellular 234-8331 or fax 236-7088. For 24 guests. Celia Dawkins, owner. Off bus routes # 2 and 7. Near food store, Elbow Beach public beach not far away.
4 Middle Road, Somerset Bridge, Sandys Parish SB 01. Telephone (441) 234-1435. Fax (441) 234-3006. 5 units (three apartments and two cottages). On bus route # 8 and ferry service. On 3 acres. With a washer and local television, on-room safe, kitchen, refrigerator, DVD. No credit cards. Available almost year-round except for December through February. Not on a beach but not far from a bus stop on a major route.
Grape Bay Cottages by the beach
Grape Bay Drive, Paget Parish. Telephone (441) 236-2515. Email host Maria Frith at Maria@gbcbermuda.com. Fabulous beach-side location. central (City of Hamilton is just over one mile away (to get there by public transportation bus walk to bus stop at junction of Grape Bay Drive and main South Shore Road) Two separate beach cottages, each with two bedrooms, living/dining room, fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom. At peak times April through October there may be a minimum rental period of 5-7 days. Rented scooters or mopeds can be parked outside. Ideally situated on superb Grape Bay, a 5-star private beach, best in all Bermuda. Minimum stay of 5 days, see sections of website above for precise terms.
17 Salt Kettle Road, Paget Parish PG 01. Tel: 441 236 3615. Fax: 441 236 2427. Postal address P.O. Box PG 201, Paget Parish, PG BX. 2014 costs are from $145 to $410 per night. Herend China is a favored serving item at this place.
5 Turnstile Lane, Pembroke. Phone 441-295-6597. Inland, near City of Hamilton. Built in the 1920ís, Kingston House. an architectural charmer with high ceilings, large sash windows, wide plank wood floors, and furnished verandas..There is also a well-equipped guest galley for storing and preparing food. Guest rooms are comfortable with all the modern conveniences for holiday and business travelers. Swimming pool heated in winter months.
17 Mariners Lane, Pembroke Parish HM 02. Telephone (441) 295-2893. Fax: (441) 292-3985. Cellular: (441) 234-8261. 6 units. Water's edge at Mill's Creek. European Plan.
South Road, Paget Parish. Telephone 1 441 236 5842. Fax 1 441 236 9742. 11 units. Main house and apartments have large bedrooms and verandah. Casual, informal, in residential area. Near public South Shore beaches, food store and optional restaurant. Bus route 7 stops nearby. European Plan.
10 Vale Close, Pembroke Parish HM 04. Telephone and fax (441) 292-4347. 3 units.
Rosemont Avenue, Pembroke Parish. Telephone (441) 292-1055. 47 units. Residential garden setting 15 minutes walk from city, not served by buses. Apartments have their own kitchenettes.
South Road, Warwick Parish. On bus route # 7. Phone (441) 236-7093 or (800) 441-7087. Fax (441) 236-3898. 14 units.
9 Bow Lane, Southampton Parish SN 04. Telephone (441) 238-0064. Overlooking Great Sound, with pool, patio and barbecue. .3 apartments.
Valley Road, Paget Parish. Phone (441) 236-0628. Fax (441) 236- 3895. Studio apartments and cottages, centrally located.9 units.
30-32 Princess Estate, North Shore, Pembroke Parish HM 04. Tel: (441) 295-7221. Fax (441) 295-4408. With one small and several larger self-contained apartments of 1 and 2 bedrooms.
January 23, 2020
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