Rosewood Bermuda begins phased reopening
Rosewood Bermuda has reopened its Sul Verde restaurant for members and visitors to enjoy al fresco dinner on the terrace, or kerbside takeout. It is part of the resort’s first phase of reopening following Covid-19 pandemic restrictions.
It has also opened the Tennis Centre, the Tucker’s Point Golf Course, and The Beach Club, although these are all exclusively for members at present.
Rosewood Bermuda said members can enjoy beachside service and al fresco lunch and dinner services at The Beach Club, and have the option to reserve court time at the Tennis Centre and book tee times and cart rentals at the golf course.
In a statement, it also said: “Upon approval from the Bermuda Ministry of Health, Rosewood Bermuda will announce the reopening of its guest accommodations. As always, the health and safety of Rosewood Bermuda’s guests, members and associates are of the utmost priority. The resort remains dedicated to operating to the highest levels of health and safety vigilance in accordance with ‘Commitment to Care’, Rosewood’s new global health and safety programme guided by local and international health experts.”
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