Hotel celebrates after $25m of improvements
Rosewood Bermuda is holding a grand reopening and roof-wetting ceremony on Friday to mark the completion of $25 million of renovations.
The resort on Tucker’s Point Drive, Hamilton Parish, closed in January to allow the work to be done. It had a soft reopening in April.
Paul Telford, managing director of Rosewood Bermuda, believes it was the right time to enhance the property to not only meet expectations of travellers, but also help to continue raising the bar for luxury travel on island.
The resort underwent a full reimagining. Each of its 92 guestrooms have been transformed into residential-style retreats that “honour the island’s culture and natural surroundings”.
Mr Telford said: “Our three restaurants now offer new, unique culinary concepts that celebrate local ingredients and cooking traditions. We have even unveiled The Conservatory Bar, which is a brand new bar located in our lobby that serves creative, unique cocktails and offers unrivalled views,.
“Our renowned Beach Club, Golf Clubhouse and Sense, A Rosewood Spa, have also been refreshed to provide an exceptional vacation experience.”
Mr Telford hopes the changes will reinforce Rosewood Bermuda’s position as the leading luxury resort on the island, while providing their guests with an unsurpassed luxury experience that allows them to create a lifetime of memories of their time here on our beautiful island.
Rosewood Bermuda’s Beach Club sits on one of Bermuda’s largest private beaches and caters to golf lovers and vacationers.
The resort has been recognised by leading travel and consumer publications and organisations as one of the best in Bermuda, the Caribbean, and the Atlantic, as well as one of the world’s most romantic getaways. It opened in 2009 as Tucker’s Point Hotel & Spa, which was then changed to Rosewood in 2011.
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