The Best Spa Hotels to Book in Bermuda

There's plenty of opportunity for rest and relaxation at luxury hotel Rosewood Bermuda
There's plenty of opportunity for rest and relaxation at luxury hotel Rosewood Bermuda | Courtesy of Rosewood Bermuda / Booking.com
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10 November 2021
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If you’re looking for a quick weekend away or an extended break, Bermuda is an excellent choice. The islands are known for their tranquil and peaceful atmosphere, which makes them ideal destinations for a spa getaway. For travelers searching for the best spas in Bermuda, here are our top choices – bookable on Culture Trip.

Rosewood Bermuda, for exploring the sea

A traditional guestroom at Rosewood Bermuda with a double bed sea views through the windows
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This luxury hotel features world-class gym and wellness facilities, as well as two different pools. The Palm Court Pool provides great views of the surrounding area, while the Castle Harbour Pool overlooks the turquoise waters of St George’s Parish. Those same waters make for an excellent snorkeling spot if you wish to explore the sea – so dive in and see if you can spot some blue parrotfish or moray eels.

The Loren at Pink Beach, for working on your own schedule

A stylish lounge space at The Loren at Pink Beach with a glass coffee table and sea views
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You won’t need to worry about accidentally missing leg day at the Loren. This hotel features a 24-hour gym – stocked with the latest facilities – so fitness fanatics can get in their workout sessions at whatever time is most convenient to them. Guests can also attend morning or evening yoga sessions on top of the Loren’s rooftop terrace – and even book a private one-to-one session with the resort’s resident yoga master.

The Reefs Hotel and Club, for award-winning treatment

A simple bedroom at The Reefs Resort and Club - Southampton with a lounger on the balcony
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La Serena – the in-house facility at the Reefs Hotel and Club – was declared the best on the islands by Bermudan Magazine in 2013 and 2014. The treatments here are a little different from other spas in Bermuda as they use exclusive products from Shankara – a wellness brand that blends herbs and oils from the west and the east. Guests can relax in one of eight spacious treatment rooms.

Hamilton Princess & Beach Club - a Fairmont Managed Hotel, for art lovers

A traditional bedroom at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club with a dark-wood cupboard
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There aren’t many places where you walk past an original Pablo Picasso on your way to a full body massage, but Hamilton Princess & and Beach Club isn’t like most resorts. The hotel considers itself an alternative art space and features a constantly changing collection of works from some of the biggest names in modern art. When you’re done marveling at the masterpieces, you can check out the fitness center or take a stroll to the nearby Princess Marina.

Grotto Bay Beach Club & Resort, for unique natural settings

A chillout area in the cave spa at Grotto Bay Beach Resort - Bailey’s Bay
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What could be better for the mind, body and soul than a range of wellness treatments in your own private lagoon? The Natura Spa in Grotto Bay is situated inside a tranquil, unaltered cave – where you can enjoy massages and yoga classes in a natural environment. The dripping waters of the cave soothes the senses and heightens relaxation and if you take a peer at the waters below, you might even see a passing school of fish.

Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa, for traveling golfers

A beachy guestroom at Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa with a balcony with water views
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Golf is a sport that lets its players appreciate the surrounding scenery. If you’re staying at the Newstead Belmont Hills resort, you’ll get a free round at the hotel’s top-class course, so you can take in some stunning views while working on your swing. After you’ve finished your game, stop by the wellness center for a range of treatments. You can brag to your masseuse about your eagle on hole 13 if you like – the staff will be polite enough to believe you.

Pompano Beach Club, for fun by the beach

A guestroom at Pompano Beach Club with a double bed and a sofa
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Spa del Sol at Pompano Beach Club overlooks the resort’s scenic waterfront. After you’ve been suitably relaxed by a range of treatments, head down to that same waterfront and soak up some rays. This resort’s private beach contains a heated oceanfront pool as well as three jacuzzis. If you’re after something more active, check out the game room and tennis courts, or play some pickleball – which is essentially tennis for people who can’t play tennis.

Azura Bermuda, for beachfront yoga

A guestroom at Azura Bermuda with a four-poster bed and a grassy terrace space
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The rooftop garden at the Azura Bermuda has a perfect view of the hotel’s private beach, making it a great location for a yoga session. However, if you’d rather stay out of the sun, you can also use the yoga mats in the Azura Studio – a workout center located next to the hotel’s gym facility. Once you’re done working out, you can get in some sunbathing at the private beach, or wander down to Elbow Beach or Horseshoe Bay – which are both nearby.

If you’re looking for inspiration why not read up on where to stay in Bermuda for a local experience, bookable through Culture Trip.

These recommendations were updated on November 10, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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