The Best Cheap Hotels to Book in Bermuda

Explore the pretty streets of Hamilton, then rest your head at a budget-friendly property in Bermuda
Explore the pretty streets of Hamilton, then rest your head at a budget-friendly property in Bermuda | © robertharding / Alamy Stock Photo
Jessica Goldman

The picture-perfect turquoise water and pink-sand beaches of Bermuda draw visitors to the island’s 21mi (34km) of perfect coastline. While the island isn’t known as a budget destination, we’ve rounded up the best hotel deals in Bermuda to ensure a fun and affordable stay on this paradise island – they’re bookable now on Culture Trip.

1. Fourways Inn and Cottages, for cosy cottages in Paget Parish

Inn, Luxury

A hotel room with large wood-framed bed and private balcony at the Fourways Restaurant and Inn.
Courtesy of Fourways Restaurant and Inn / Expedia

This historic 18th-century property is a good-looking spot with its pink stone buildings and wedding-cake white tiered roofs. Comfortably furnished suites overlook the blue expanse of Hamilton Harbour and the courtyard freshwater pool. You’re a short walk to the ferry terminal, which makes hopping around the island a breeze. Be sure to book a table at the fancy Fourways Restaurant. Their local fisherman delivers his catch each day, and herbs are grown in the garden. There’s even a resident pianist who plays nightly in the dining room.

2. Inverurie, for long-stay luxury in Paget

Suite Hotel

Inverurie
Courtesy of Inverurie / Expedia

These executive suites are the perfect option if you’re lucky enough to need a long-term stay in Bermuda. Separate living and dining rooms, soft leather furniture and sleek modern kitchens keep things feeling homey – even if the weather is better than where you usually live. Private verandas mean blue ocean views, and you’re just a seven-minute ferry ride from downtown Hamilton. Top restaurants within walking distance include Blu Bar and Fourways Restaurant.

3. Willowbank Resort, for family fun near Somerset

Resort, Luxury

Willowbank Resort
Courtesy of Willowbank Resort / Expedia

This resort is an excellent option on the west side for families, skirting 8 acres (3.2ha) of coastline with access to two soft-sand beaches. Look for the sea turtles who make the private cove their home. Then head to Ocean Beach for sunbathing, snorkelling – the hotel provides the equipment free of charge – and gorgeous sunset views. In addition, scooter and bike rentals are available to explore the dozens of other spectacular beaches that dot the island. Choose ocean or garden views – all are styled with cool white tiles, pretty floral fabrics and framed coastal-themed art.

4. Lemon and Ginger Vacation Rentals, for pet-friendly perfection in Spanish Point

Apartment

Lemon and Ginger Vacation Rentals
Courtesy of Lemon and Ginger Vacation Rentals / Expedia

Live like a local at these pretty, yellow and white apartments in a quiet neighbourhood in the north of the island. Well-stocked kitchens and private outdoor areas keep things homey, as does the fact that pets are welcome. Head to nearby Admiralty House Park, and join the locals for cliff jumping. The park is also home to Lemon and Ginger’s vibrant yellow Beach Hut, where everyone heads for cold drinks, snow cones and home-made treats.

5. Bermuda Villa Guest House, for laid-back living close to Darrell’s Wharf

Guesthouse

Bermuda Villa Guest House
Courtesy of Bermuda Villa Guest House / Expedia

Simple but charming, furnished with wooden pieces and the odd chandelier, Bermuda Villa Guest House is the perfect choice for exploring Hamilton – Darrell’s Wharf ferry stop is a four-minute walk from the property. Be sure to stop by the Birdcage, a waterfront rooftop bar in Hamilton, to try their signature drink, Hey Bird. The recipe is a closely guarded secret, but rumour has it there’s a bit of rum involved. Come morning, wake up as you sip a coffee on the patio among the palm trees waving in the coastal breeze.

For ideas on accommodation with a local feel, read our rundown of where to stay in Bermuda, bookable through Culture Trip.

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