Hip Apartments in Bermuda You'll Want to Call Home

Book an apartment in Bermuda to live like a local and get additional space and privacy
Book an apartment in Bermuda to live like a local and get additional space and privacy | Courtesy of Azura Bermuda / Expedia
Alyssa Morlacci

For more space and privacy than a hotel room, book one of these apartments in Bermuda and live like a local.

A place like Bermuda will make you want to extend your stay long enough to explore the 181 islands and the underwater world of coral reefs, shipwrecks, caves and marine life. But don’t fret, although the destination looks like a laptop screensaver, Bermuda boasts so many affordable apartments with killer views and full kitchens, you might even decide to move in permanently.

1. Sandpiper Apartments


Sandpiper Apartments
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On the island’s south shore, studio and one-bedroom Sandpiper Apartments come with fully equipped kitchens for cooking breakfast to enjoy on a private balcony overlooking the gardens. Below, you have access to a swimming pool, hot tub, barbecue pit and lounge chairs, or take a short walk to Elbow Beach or Warwick Long Bay.

2. Paraquet Guest Apartments


Paraquet Guest Apartments
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Close to Elbow Beach in a residential area, Paraquet Guest Apartments lean into island life, offering studio to two-bedroom suites decorated with kitschy coastal decor. Enjoy a taste of home at the property’s restaurant, where the menu centers on comfort foods like cheeseburgers, chocolate milkshakes and fries. Stroll around the nearby Paget Marsh Nature Reserve for a glimpse of how Bermuda would have looked when the first settlers arrived in the 1600s.

4. Greenbank Guest House and Cottages


Greenbank Guest House
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At the Greenbank Guest House & Cottages, expect a view of the Great Sound, a large ocean inlet, from any of the five rooms on the property, each complete with king beds, high tray ceilings, fully equipped kitchenettes and porches. Catch the Salt Kettle ferry to Hamilton in order to experience the capital city’s quaint restaurants and shops.

5. Lemon and Ginger Vacation Rental


Lemon and Ginger
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The secluded Lemon and Ginger Vacation Rental property is managed by Bermuda natives Jenita and her husband George. The apartments in the Pembroke Parisha neighborhood called Spanish Point stand out with thoughtful touches including towels and chairs to take to the beach, and a kitchen stocked with herbs and spices, oatmeal, coffee and tea.

6. Azura Bermuda


Azura Bermuda
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Built right into a cliff on the south shore beaches, Azura Bermuda boasts both luxury hotel rooms and residential units for guests who want to make their visit more permanent. Owners and visitors alike can access the beach and fitness center. Floor-to-ceiling windows in lofts and villas, as well as a rooftop infinity-edge pool, make views of the Atlantic impossible to miss.

7. Rosemont Guest Suites


Rosemont Guest Suites
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Stay for a week, a month or longer at the Rosemont Guest Suites, set on a hill with a swimming pool and terrace that overlook Hamilton Harbor and the Great Sound. With 47 accommodations equipped with kitchens, it’s easy to prepare lunch and dinner, while every morning starts with a complimentary continental breakfast.

8. Clairfont Apartments


Clairfont Apartments
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With an exterior painted the same color as the pink sandy beaches just a short walk away, Clairfont Apartments provide six one-bedroom accommodations and two studio units with full kitchens. Amenities include a small pool area and barbecue pits, but the property’s close proximity to Warwick Long Bay is the real reason to stay here.

9. Prince Alfred Terrace Apartments


On a transformed 1840s British naval terrace, Prince Alfred Terrace Apartments offer spacious, coastal-chic accommodations, decorated with artworks by Bermuda’s Jonah Jones and Christopher Marson. The property is built in a private enclave on the west end of the island, making it feel secluded. But, Dockyard, a popular destination for shopping, dining and museums and galleries, is right within walking distance.

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