Why it’s worth traveling for…
Just a short, 90-minute flight from New York City, Bermuda – with its pink sand and perpetually blooming flowers – is the perfect island escape. And the St. Regis Bermuda Resort (a.k.a. ‘`House of Astor’), overlooking St. Catherine’s Beach, is the idyllic place to stay. St. Regis founder, John Jacob Astor, loved Bermuda; his son owned a 220-acre estate here. All of the glam, avant-garde style and impeccable service the gilded-era Astor family was known for is celebrated here. Rooms, neutral in tone, come with private balconies, ocean views and pops of pink and green – a nod to Bermuda’s famed pastel cottages.
34 Coot Pond Road, St. George’s, GE 03 Bermuda
+1 441 543-2222
L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA) is just 7 miles from the hotel.
Meander over to Tobacco Bay Beach, just minutes away, for a tranquil day of snorkeling. Then stroll the centuries-old cobblestone streets of St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Unwind later with the hotel’s signature cocktail, the ‘Gates Bay Mary,’ a twist on the Bloody Mary and made with native fennel, island hot sauce, Goslings black rum, and a special spice mix.
The St. Regis Bar (Art deco vibe, known for its specially crafted cocktails)
The Spa at The St. Regis (Topnotch treatment menu featuring products by Sothys)
Five Forts Golf Club (18-hole golf course with ocean views; named after the five forts surrounding it)
St. Regis Fitness Center (Open 24 hours, featuring state-of-the-art equipment)
- UNESCO World Heritage site
- Avant-garde Bermudian design by OMBI – turquoise and sea blue juxtaposed with gilded golden accents harken back to the Astor days
- Signature butler service
- Two pools, one adult-only, framed by cushy sun loungers and private cabanas
- St. Regis Children’s Club