Spend a week at any one of Bermuda's Hotels, and especially at one of Bermuda's Resort Hotels, and you can expect your stay to be fairly expensive. Rates, on the whole, are comparable with the hotels in London, Paris and New York. Try one of Bermuda's small hotels, guest houses, self catering cottages or rental apartments and you'll probably find something to suit the more modest budget.
So... where to stay in Bermuda? We hope this section will help you figure it out. Below, you'll find links to pages with listings of most of Bermuda's resorts, hotels, guest houses and and self-catering/housekeeping apartments. Most of them, we've visited, a few we haven't.
Go here to check out Bermuda's Hotel Rates and Meal Plans
If you're on a budget and want to save money, try to plan your visit for off-season between November 1st and March 31st; you’ll save around 40% on your hotel room rate. A vacation during these months can offer some definite advantages. While many of the tourist-related services – the helicopter rides, charter boats, dive operators, etc. – close during winter and the water can be a little on the cool side, the weather is ideal for golf, tennis, sightseeing and shopping. Oh, and be sure to check out your options with Self-Catering Cottages and Apartments, it's a really great way to stay in Bermuda.
For visitors arriving by air, Bermuda is served by most US airlines and by international airlines from Canada and Europe. Bermuda is also a major destination for the cruise ship industry.
Use the link below to look for the best airline and hotel deals for your visit to Bermuda:
You can also use this link to check for Hot Travel Deals to Bermuda.