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Tucker's Point Hotel & Spa, Hamilton 

60 Tuckers Point Drive
Bermuda HS 02
Tel: 866 604 3764 (toll-free)
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From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
This year-old "sparkling hotel" embodies colonial Bermuda. "Fabulous views of sky and sea appear at every turn." Rooms have balconiessome with a "huge daybed"and whimsical touches like butterfly nets. The small spa has "a shower with 18 heads." The staff, "though well intentioned, are a bit disorganized." The Point has 80-foot-long murals and serves local swordfish.

(88 rooms)
—2011 Gold List
Overall Score: 88.0
  • Activities: 91.2
  • Design: 94.3
  • Food: 80.0
  • Location: 91.4
  • Rooms: 94.3
  • Service: 77.1

Amenities: Beach, Golf, Pool, Spa, Tennis, Water sports

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From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:
Perched high over historic Castle Harbour, this newcomer fits its tony surroundings to a tee. (Residents of the exclusive Tucker's Point enclave include Michael Bloomberg and Ross Perot.) The 88-room hotel (whose guests get golf privileges at the private Mid-Ocean course) is tastefully accoutered with a British manor meets Palm Beach look: Horse prints and porcelain china are displayed on walls, floral draperies frame tall windows, chairs are plump with fringed cushions. An aura of formality shrouds this hotel, with its chandeliered public rooms and palm tree–lined courtyard complete with a croquet lawn. Dining is a high point, ranging from casual but well-prepared noshes poolside to jackets-required affairs at The Point, whose wall murals depicting nineteenth-century ports were transplanted from the Sky Club in New York City's Pan Am building. The well-designed rooms, equipped with a built-in desk, a big terrace overlooking Castle Harbour, a soaking tub separated by a sliding door from the bedroom, and a free minibar stocked daily with water and soft drinks, are finished with preppy details such as a cotton gingham bed skirt, an armchair upholstered in houndstooth fabric, and a padded foot stool. There's a small spa and four swimming pools of various sizes, including two that front the resort's stunning private beach whose distance from the hotel is its only drawback, requiring a ten-minute trolley ride. —2010 Hot List

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Bermuda's Best

Hands down the best hotel on the island. Could not get enough of the impeccable decor. Had the most delicous meal at the Point, and although it takes a few minutes... more