Rosewood Tucker’s Point
“It had been 25 years since I last visited Bermuda so I was very excited to return. Adjacent to the renowned Mid Ocean Club, Tucker’s Point shares the beautiful tranquil setting that has made so many people return again and again to this charming island. We felt the warmth of true Bermudian hospitality immediately upon entering the sunny lobby. The hotel sits on the property once known as the Marriott Castle Harbour Hotel but the Rosewood property is totally new, having demolished just about everything but the steel structure and some old stone walls of the former hotel.
Opened in 2009, this resort is a much-needed Bermuda luxury hotel. The 88 guest rooms are furnished in a casual, traditional English style with beamed ceilings and terraces with water views. The huge bathrooms are painted a pale mint Bermudian green with white paneled wood and deep soaking tubs with sea views. The wide hallways are filled with natural light and many charming lithographs and prints, which draw you in. You will see these wall hangings throughout the hotel and spa and each one is exceptional. No expense was spared in the furnishing and decoration of this hotel, both inside and out. No detail was left undone and all was done reflecting a chic Bermudian ambiance. The Point Dining Room offers truly fine dining in a unique and elegant space. Breakfast is offered in this dining room but I think it becomes even more special at night. There is so much to love about this resort... If you are a frequent visitor to Bermuda or have never been, you should experience the quiet sophistication of this genteel island and its people and come stay at Tucker’s Point. Worth It? Absolutely!”
- Experienced by Trusted Friend Louise Loia, Greenwich, CT
(Date Experienced: May 2014)
A quick get-away. Bermuda is so close to the eastern U.S. Our flight from Newark Airport was a mere 1 hour 15 minutes. Tucker’s Point is about a 10-minute taxi drive from the Bermuda airport, making it an especially easy trip. Be sure to converse with the taxi drivers. They are smart and charming and can tell you a lot regarding the history of the island where they are very proud to live.
Great for golfers, Tucker’s Point has its own 18-hole course and as a guest of the hotel you can play at the nearby Mid Ocean Club on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. There are four Har-Tru tennis courts, yoga and fitness classes, too.
Great for sunbathers, Tucker’s Point has two beautiful heated pools, one with pink ruffled shade umbrellas and lounging chaises and a private Beach Club where you can enjoy lunch or dinner as well as a pristine pink-sanded beach and those famous turquoise waters.
Great for avid golf players or those just wanting to relax or take advantage of the amazing spa and treatments. I had the 80-minute body scrub treatment, which included the 18 showerhead-invigorating shower in the Silver TAG Shower, followed by an excellent massage. Only 7 of these showers exist for public use worldwide, so be sure to take advantage of it! You won’t be disappointed!
Great for meetings and events with the hotel’s exceptional conference center, clubhouse and charming wine room.
Just the two of you or your golfing buddies or girlfriends, Tucker’s Point will keep you as busy as you want to be.
I wasn’t expecting to hear the sound of a rooster crowing while in the infinity pool but there it was, adding a lovely bucolic element to an otherwise elegant setting.
Although the hotel is very near the airport, allow enough time to go through U.S. customs “pre-clearance” (a great convenience) on your return flight. With only one baggage screener, the line was long and slow.
From $550 per night, depending on room and season