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Bermuda hotels

Hotels in Bermuda basically fall into two categories: casual, family-friendly resorts heavy on the golf and swimming-pool crowds, and more formal, grander places that book up with business travelers during the week and romantic couples on weekends. The latter are usually closer to Hamilton, giving guests better access to the city's restaurants and bars than to the beach. The former are most often found along South Shore or in the West End, at the very tip of the island.

Hotels in Bermuda have a reputation for being old-fashioned, welcoming repeat visitors for decades, serving afternoon tea, and preserving a high degree of formality with guests. That's changing, however: Beginning in the mid-2000s, hotels here started replacing outdated bathtubs and fusty chintz bedspreads with marble floors, Japanese sinks, platform beds, and infinity pools. Etiquette has relaxed, and there are now spas galore. Indeed, there's now a hotel here that dares to consider itself "hip": 9 Beaches. Even the classic design of Bermuda hotels is changing: They were traditionally laid out as a cottage community, with small, one- to four-room units surrounding a central lobby and dining area, but some revamped resorts have centralized their rooms, keeping only a few rehabbed cottages near the water (those, of course, are usually the ones to book). The Reefs, the Newstead, and Elbow Beach are typical of the new arrangement, while Cambridge Beaches and Ariel Sands belong to the old guard.

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Tucker's Point Hotel & Spa, Hamilton

This year-old "sparkling hotel" embodies colonial Bermuda. "Fabulous views of sky and sea appear at every turn." Rooms have balconiessome with a "huge...more

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The Reefs, Southampton

More than 60 percent of the guests at the Reefs are repeat visitors. What are they coming back for? Comfort—as in fluffed pillows, homemade chocolate-chip...more

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Newstead Belmont Hills Resort & Spa, Paget

Though billed as a brand-new property, Newstead is actually an older cottage community that was demolished and reopened in April 2008 as an all-suite boutique...more

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Fairmont Southampton, Southampton

Catering to big families, golfers, beach bums, and those who'd rather avoid the intimate "charms" of B&Bs, the mammoth, 593-room Fairmont Southampton—the...more

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Elbow Beach, Paget

This nearly century-old grand dame, painted a jaunty yellow and looming over a half-mile stretch of pink sand, completed a $5.5 million dollar overhaul in 2010....more

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Cambridge Beaches, Sandys

Old-fashioned in the best possible sense, this cottage colony in the northwest part of the island posts a list of its return guests on a public bulletin board....more

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Royal Palms Hotel, Pembroke

In a country where everything from bottled water to taxi rides is overpriced, the century-old Royal Palms is a refreshingly good value. Just blocks away from...more

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Fairmont Hamilton Princess, Hamilton

The classic 1885 "Pink Palace" is a favorite with business travelers and visiting celebs—mostly for its marble lobbies, ornate ballrooms, and gilded...more

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9 Beaches, Sandys

Opened in May of 2005, this resort aims to be the anti-Bermuda—a young, hip alternative to the often stodgy, traditional cottage colony. And so the 84...more

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