Recognition for The Reefs

  • The Reefs (Photograph provided)

    The Reefs (Photograph provided)


The Reefs has been listed among the top hotels in the Caribbean region by Travel & Leisure magazine readers.

David Dodwell, the owner of The Reefs, said he was happy to see the hotel in the list — and to see a picture of the hotel used as the lead picture for the story.

Mr Dodwell said: “We are of course very thankful to all of our guests who voted for us and especially proud of all of our team members here without whom this recognition would not be possible.”

He added: “The interactions our staff have with our guests every day, and how they go above and beyond to help create special memories for every visitor and give them an authentic Bermudian experience, is what we feel resonates with each and every guest we have stay with us.”

The Reefs was listed at 14 in the magazine’s top 25 list with a score of 91.34 out of 100.

The South Shore, Southampton resort beat popular destinations like the Zemi Beach House in Anguilla, the Rockhouse in Negril, Jamaica and The Cove in Eleuthera, Bahamas.

The Frangipani Beach Resort in Anguilla topped the list with a score of 97.88.

Jade Mountain in St Lucia and Curtain Bluff Resort in Antigua rounded out the top three.

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Published Jul 18, 2018 at 10:55 am (Updated Jul 18, 2018 at 10:55 am)

Recognition for The Reefs

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