From family-owned beach resorts to art-orientated boutique pads, these are the best hotels in Bermuda.
Part English cricketing village out to sea, part semi-tropical island, Bermuda is tiny at just 21sqm (54sqkm). But with African, Portuguese, Asian and North American heritage, 181 islands, pink-sand beaches and pastel-hued houses, more golf courses than it really ought to have, and a treacherous reef whose shipwrecks offer a world-class diving destination, there’s plenty to do. Here’s our guide to the best hotels in Bermuda for every traveller.
Get a feel for the island by reading up on where to stay in Bermuda for a local experience, bookable through Culture Trip.