Bermuda’s top luxury hotel is reopening on July 2, in time for the island’s tourism relaunch.
The 240-acre Rosewood Bermuda “offers well-spread accommodations expertly designed for utmost privacy,” the property said in a statement.
The Rosewood Bermuda has also introduced a host of new health and safety protocols, following guidelines established by Bermuda’s Ministry of Health.
“As we adapt to the new normal, we remain dedicated to creating healthy and memorable visits for our guests,” said Sascha Hemmann, managing director at Rosewood Bermuda. “We are delighted to reopen our doors and invite visitors, members and locals alike to relish in the beauty of the destination in Rosewood Bermuda’s safe and vibrant setting.”
The property’s open-air Beach Club restaurant will be open for breakfast and lunch, while the Conservatory Bar & Lounge will be open on Fridays and Saturdays.
And that’s along with 18-hole Tucker’s Point Golf Course, pro shop, driving range and short game area, all of which will be open as well.
For more, visit Rosewood Bermuda.