The St. Regis Bermuda Resort

A pink sand getaway

Tucked away from the Hamilton crowds on a stretch of pink sand beach, The St. Regis Bermuda Resort helps set you to vacation mode. Perched on the end of historic St. George’s Island (on the northern tip), the luxe St. Regis favors simplicity over ostentation, letting the island’s postcard-worthy views speak for themselves.

Just because there’s a less-is-more approach, it doesn’t mean that the high-end hotel lacks luxury. In true St. Regis fashion, each of the 120 rooms comes with butler service, and the kids club shows little ones a good time. Afternoon tea and nightly champagne sabering rituals remain classic ways to bookend your beach day, while island-inspired bloody marys are swiftly brought to your poolside cabana at every moment in between.

And when you’re ready to recharge, a small spa offers massages and facials while a freestanding deep-soaking tub in every room ensures an indulgent way to wind down after a sun-filled day.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • The reason you are here is the luxury hotel’s arc of palm-dotted sand with a 17th-century fort in the background. Spend your days swimming in the turquoise waters of St. Catherine’s Beach.
  • Golf lovers can hit the links at the hotel’s gorgeous Five Forts Golf Club. So named for the five colonial-era forts that surround it, this 18-hole Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed course blends Bermudian history with state-of-the-art technology, thanks to GPS-enabled carts.
  • You might find yourself spending your entire trip in a plush lounger by the serene adults-only pool (families have their own pool). Just steps from the beach, the turquoise waters of the infinity pool seem to blend seamlessly into the sand, providing the best of both worlds.
  • Be sure to order a Gates Bay Mary while lounging poolside. The luxury hotel’s Bermudian-inspired bloody mary features local fennel, Goslings Gold Seal Rum, Outerbridge’s Original Sherry Peppers Sauce and a spice mix created on the island for a tasty and slightly sweet take on the classic drink that originally came from The St. Regis New York.
  • By day, The St. Regis Bermuda Resort’s Lina restaurant serves a bountiful buffet breakfast followed by light and fresh Latin-inspired bites for lunch. Once the sun goes down, the space transforms into an outpost of BLT Steak, serving up prime cuts, heavenly Gruyère popovers and ocean vistas.

The Look

  • The St. Regis Bermuda Resort takes a more understated approach to luxury, letting the ocean views take center stage through massive walls of windows in the lobby and at least partial beach vistas from every room’s spacious balcony.
  • The Bermuda hotel generally adopts an updated, colonial-style look in its interior spaces, using gray tones and crown molding to emphasize a stately look. Island-inspired touches, including low wooden furniture, selectively placed foliage and wicker accents, add just a dose of Bermudian charm.
  • Large statement pieces by Venezuelan painter Andrés Michelena adorn the simple yet airy lobby. They depict traditional Bermudian homes with white roofs and pastel-hued exteriors juxtaposed against a brilliant blue sky.
  • The St. Regis Bar features an ocean-inspired mosaic on the back wall. Inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest, Brooklyn-based artist Johanna Burke’s mesmerizing piece shows a swirling scene of blue, green and white tile beneath a giant full moon — a nod to the inviting beach vistas seen through the floor-to-ceiling windows just behind you.

Getting There
34 Coot Pond Road, St. George's, Bermuda, 03
BDA (10 min)