Rosewood to close for three-month renovation
Rosewood Bermuda — the hotel formerly known as Rosewood Tucker's Point — will close for three months from the start of next year to undergo a $25 million overhaul.
The renovation will include the redesign of the resort's guestrooms, Beach Club, golf clubhouse and spa.
On reopening in April 2018, the property will debut as Rosewood Bermuda.
Rosewood wants its hotels to reflect their location's history, culture and sensibilities. In keeping with this philosophy, the new hotel design will showcase furnishings and artwork from local Bermudian artists and artisans.
The design of the guestrooms and suites, lobby and new Conservatory Bar and Lounge will be led by Dawson Design Associates. London-based designer Alexander Waterworth Interior Ltd, has been selected to overhaul The Point restaurant, Tucker's Bar, Beach Club and the golf clubhouse.
The hotel said the designers would seek to combine the elegance of Bermuda's colonial English heritage with the vibrancy of its indigenous culture to create a truly unique and authentic Bermudian experience.
On arrival, guests will be welcomed via an elegant lobby more akin to a private manor house than a resort.
Enhanced and expanded meeting space will also be available on the second floor.
Rosewood Bermuda's 92 guestrooms and suites will be transformed into intimate, residential style retreats designed to capture Bermuda's indigenous culture and stunning natural surroundings.
The property's four culinary venues will be re-conceptualised to provide modern and elevated dining experiences that celebrate locally sourced ingredients and Bermudian-inspired cuisine.
The resort's signature restaurant will reopen as the Island Brasserie, which will be a vibrant and informal space offering Bermudian cuisine and new world flavours.
Tucker's Bar will transform into a rum bar dedicated to teaching guests about the history of the island's beloved spirit.
The all-new Conservatory Bar and Lounge will become “the beating heart of the resort” where guests and locals alike will enjoy handcrafted cocktails, coffee and afternoon tea.
The Beach Club restaurant will be reimagined, providing island-inspired cocktails and a menu of fresh seafood dishes.
The golf clubhouse restaurant, Sul Verde, will invite guests to enjoy traditional southern Italian cuisine in a rustic setting.
The hotel will also modernise its spa and create a new fitness centre.
New amenities will include 44 new golf carts and an upgraded golf course featuring enhanced course aesthetics.
For more information, visit www.rosewoodhotels.com