St. Regis Bermuda Resort Now Open

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The St. Regis Bermuda Resort officially opened today marking Marriott’s first resort on the island. As a Category 8, Marriott Bonvoy members will be able to redeem standard rooms from 85,000 points per night. 

The property is located in the historic Town of St. George’s which is a quick 10 minute drive from the airport. Having been to Bermuda several times, I personally prefer staying closer to the town, such as the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club.

a long shot of a resort

Per Marriott,

The resort features 120 elegant guestrooms, including 21 suites and an ultra-luxury residential development offering two and three-bedroom residences. Each guestroom features a private balcony and is designed to immediately draw the eye to expansive ocean views and stunning vistas of Bermuda’s celebrated Fort St. Catherine. Speaking to the island’s bold fortitude, stone foundations and formations inform texture and patterns, while the purposeful irreverence of Bermuda’s fashion is brought in through saturated colors and striking geometry.

The resort’s sophisticated food and beverage offerings include Lina, a flavorful all-day restaurant whose name is a playful nod to the nickname of St. Regis’ founding patroness Mrs. Caroline Astor. This venue features a delectable, light and fresh menu that leans into Bermuda’s coastal offerings and is inspired by the irreverent glamour of yachting clubs of the past. In the evening, the signature blackboards of famed BLT Steak NY will share daily specials, offering guests the finest in modern steakhouse fare. At the iconic St. Regis Bar, guests can socialize and celebrate while enjoying champagne, libations and light bites.

The resort will also debut the Gates Bay Mary, its unique twist on the brand’s signature cocktail – the Bloody Mary. The Gates Bay Mary is named for the turquoise bay bordering the resort and infuses native fennel, Goslings Gold Seal Rum, Outerbridge’s Original Sherry Peppers Sauce, and a special spice mix created on the island.

a restaurant with tables and chairs

What are your thoughts on the St. Regis Bermuda Resort opening? Do you plan on checking it out this year? 

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  1. Looks awesome and I plan on checking it out eventually. Personally, I like to stay in St. George – quieter, has it’s own little town, yet close enough by scooter to Hamilton. For those old enough, this was built where the old Club Med used to be!

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