Rosewood Tucker’s Point is the centerpiece of Tucker’s Point, a vast resort, golf club, and residential community. The hotel sits on 240 acres of waterfront land, neighboring the venerable Mid Ocean Club and the estates of Tucker’s Town. It overlooks Castle Harbour, Harrington Sound, and the Atlantic Ocean. Built in 2009, Rosewood Tucker’s Point was Bermuda’s first new luxury resort in nearly 40 years and features Bermudian cottage-style architecture and luxurious classical interiors. It's anchored by a Manor House on the crest of a hill. Guestrooms start at 500 square feet on average and grow from there. There are deluxe poolside rooms, averaging 600 square feet, each with a private poolside daybed; and spacious one-bedroom suites measure 1,100 square feet. During their stay, hotel guests receive a temporary membership to the Tucker’s Point Club, inclusive of the 18-hole Roger Rulewich–designed golf course, tennis courts, and a beach club with access to a private, pink-sand beach.
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High on a hill overlooking the resort community, Rosewood Tucker’s Point is set on over 200 acres. Golf courses and beaches are a short distance away, as is the community's small upscale shopping area. History buffs should stop by the Tucker House Museum, which pays tribute to the family that lived there during the 1700s.
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Rooms: 88 rooms and suites. From $295. Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon. Dining options: The Point has extraordinary 80-foot-long murals that once hung in the SkyClub in New York City’s MetLife building. They depict eight seaports from around the world. The restaurant offers an à la carte menu as well as five-course tasting menus. The Chef’s Table hosts dining experiences with custom tasting menus. Sur Mer, the beach restaurant, is wrapped by a shaded pergola and perched above a pink-sand beach. Spa and gym details: The resort's spa is inspired by the island’s flora and natural surroundings. Treatments incorporate native elements such as aloe, hibiscus, and honey from a local beekeeper. Plush lounges with fireplaces and outdoor daybeds overlooking a reflecting pool are available for post-treatment relaxation. Pools include a beachside infinity swimming pool and a family-friendly “Fountain Pool.”
Who's it for: Luxury-minded couples and families. Our favorite rooms: The suites in the Manor House have the best views. You can relax on the vast terraces and take in the natural surroundings as well as the ever-turquoise Atlantic. Explore the area: The resort has teamed up with Ashley Harris, a famous local guide who takes guests through the resort's natural surroundings. She also leads insider tours of Bermuda, which delve deep into the island’s colonial history.