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. Opened 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 1,000 square feet. During their stay, hotel guests receive a temporary membership to the 18-hole Roger Rulewich–designed golf course, tennis courts, and a beach club with access to a private, pink-sand beach.