No luxury holiday to Bermuda is complete without its fair share of sand, and Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, A Fairmont Managed Hotel does not disappoint. The private cove of Sinky Bay is exclusive to guests of the hotel and offers daily access the new Beach Club (accessible by a complimentary fifteen minute Beach Jitney provided seasonally by the resort), where days can be spent soaking up the Caribbean sunshine, lounging in a hammock or snorkelling in the tantalisingly clear waters. For watersports, K.S WaterSports is located at the resort, offering an extensive range of tours and rentals, including jet-skiing, pontoon rentals, Boston Whaler Boat rentals, parasailing, kayaking and paddleboards, just to name a few.
Spa & Wellness
The hotel's spa was created in conjunction with innovative luxury lifestyle and wellness brand, Exhale. This expansive spa and fitness centre overlooks Hamilton Harbour, extending outside to a new spa pool and poolside yoga pavilion. With nine treatment rooms, a range of treatments is on offer, from relaxing massages and reflexology to more intense deep tissue and sports-related treatments. Next door, a contemporary gym is stocked with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment, as well as studio spaces for group classes, from Barre to cardio and yoga. You can even enjoy a unique yoga experience atop a paddle board on the ocean!
While there is no specific children's club at the hotel, youngsters will have plenty to do at the Princess Beach Club, which offers activities such as a wooden play structure and tennis for the whole family to enjoy.
There are numerous options close to the hotel for golfers, with Bermuda boasting more golf courses per capita than anywhere else in the world. The hotel's concierge team can book 18 holes for guests anywhere on the island, including the magnificent Belmont Hills, the lavish and recently re-designed Tuckers Point and the challenging Port Royal, which has previously hosted the PGA Grand Slam of Golf. Wherever guests choose to play, they are guaranteed ocean views, lush fairways, tropical backdrops and fast-running greens.
Bermuda was recently voted in the Top 10 Countries of Best in Travel 2017 by Lonely Planet, whilst the hotel itself was praised by the New York Times for its exquisite afternoon tea, described as “The best in Bermuda”, served in the Crown & Anchor Restaurant.
The Fairmont Gold Floor is a private floor offering its guests a dedicated Gold Concierge, private lounge, complimentary evening canapés, daily continental breakfast and afternoon tea.