Bermuda Guide: Best Hotels, Restaurants & Beaches

Where is Bermuda?

Bermuda is an archipelago located in the North Atlantic Ocean, being one of the last places that were added to the British overseas territories. Moreover, Bermuda is considered to be one of the corners of the famous and scary Bermuda triangle.


Map of Bermuda | Image Source: Lonely Planet

Having a rather small surface, Bermuda still offers tourists plenty of great things to see and do. Bermuda weather belongs to the subtropical climate which means that the weather is usually warm and humid and the winters are mild.

Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda Triangle | Image Source: Wikipedia

Best Hotels in the Islands

Take a look at the hotel booking page in order to find the best accommodations in Bermuda. You will be able to choose the right hotel, among all inclusive resorts that offer the best facilities.

Things To Do in Bermuda

Bermuda is a beautiful archipelago where you can enjoy walking and sunbathing on beaches that look exactly as if you were in paradise, but also have fun doing various water-related activities such as kayaking, snorkeling or even scuba diving.

If you never tried these things before, Bermuda could be the place where you learn how to do them.

Bermuda 2-Tank Certified Scuba Dive

Bermuda Scuba Diving

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If you’re adventurous enough, you will not regret diving in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and seeing the amazing ocean life from up close. There are a lot of shipwrecks that you will come across during your dive – which can either be interesting or a bit scary too.

Horseshoe Bay Beach

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Horseshoe Bay Bermuda | Image Source: Wikipedia

Have you ever seen a beach that has pink sand? Well, this is one of them and you can find in Bermuda. This beach offers complete facilities and there are also tunnels and caves that you can explore in the bay.

Bermuda Shore Excursion: Kayak Eco Tour

bermuda shore excursions

Bermuda shore excursions | Image Source:

This is a very great way to explore the island while a guide will talk you through all the places that you’re visiting. It’s also very fun and you’re definitely going to enjoy the tour.

Visit the town of St. George’s

This town is part of UNESCO World Heritage Site and it marks an important place in history, being one of the first British settlements in the New World. Most of the town has been preserved and you will feel very impressed walking down the cobbled streets, between the gardens and fountains.

Pink sand beaches

Pink sand beaches

Pink sand beaches at Astwood Park | Image Source: Wikipedia

Bermuda’s beaches are very popular with tourist and most of Bermuda hotels and resorts are situated on the south shore of the island.

Bars and Restaurants

Lighthouse Restaurant Bermuda

185 steps to the top of Lighthouse Restaurant | Image Source:

In Bermuda, you can eat a variety of local dishes that involve codfish and potatoes, as well as Continental and International food. The majority of restaurants are located in the capital city, Hamilton, and also in St. George’s. However, there are several others bars and restaurants that you can find all over Bermuda.

  • Barracuda Grill – This place offers clients a selection of delicious seafood, steakhouse and contemporary dishes, being located in Hamilton. The restaurant also offers a romantic setting and the service is excellent.
  • Beluga Seafood – If you really like seafood and you want to try different meals based on it, this is the right place for you. You can find it in Hamilton and according to previous customers, here you can eat the best sushi in the entire Bermuda.
  • Mickey’s Beach Bistro and Bar – What could be better than eating your lunch and having a view over the beautiful Bermuda beach at the same time? You can eat the most delicious shrimp here too.
  • Beau Rivage – This is one of the most romantic places that you can eat in Bermuda, being perfect for couples as well as larger groups. The restaurant offers a selection of the best dishes served in an excellent way.