Island’s resorts score high among Condé Nast readers
Three local resorts have been listed among the Top 20 by readers of Condé Nast Traveller, according to its annual Readers Choice Awards.
The awards are given based on more than 24,000 reviews by Condé Nast Traveller readers, who submitted scores based on their experience at the resorts.
The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club landed at eighth in the rankings of resorts in the Atlantic with a reader score of 94.84.
It was followed closely by the Rosewood Bermuda, which scored the tenth slot with a 92.31 reader score, while the St Regis Bermuda Resort came in twelfth with a 91.22 reader score.
Tim Morrison, the general manager at the Hamilton Princess, said that the high ratings from visitors “speaks volumes“.
“This type of recognition is due to the pride and hard work of our colleagues who take such genuine care of our guests, and it was our valued guests who took the time to rank our service, affirming that our team is providing memorable experiences,” he said.
“The Princess is always evolving and striving to improve our offering to ultimately generate repeat visitors to the hotel and Bermuda.”
The Rosewood Bermuda said the resort was honoured to be highly ranked in the list for the eighth consecutive year.
Sascha Hemmann, managing director at Rosewood Bermuda, said: “We are honoured to have been recognised among the top resorts in the Atlantic Islands by this prestigious organisation.
“This award is a testament to our associate’s commitment to providing the highest level of service and unparalleled experiences to our guests”
The highest-scoring resort in the category was Como Parrot Cay, located in the Turks & Caicos, which landed an average reader score of 97.82.
The Rosewood Baha Mar in the Bahamas came second, while Amanyara, also in the Turks & Caicos, came third.
Bermuda as a whole also earned high marks, being named the fourth best Atlantic destination in the annual awards.
St Barts in the Caribbean came top in the ranking, followed by Anguilla, with Turks & Caicos coming in third.