This place is great if you're going to Bermuda to play golf. Other than that, it's a little out of... See full review
Jan 24, 2014
Spent a long weekend in August here and was delighted. The nicest and happiest staff I have ever... See full review
Aug 20, 2013
Classic elegance in a new package at Tucker’s Point
Gorgeous new Tucker's Point Hotel and Spa, opened in 2009, caters to the sophisticated traveler. Elegant fabrics and décor hark back to an earlier era, but guests also enjoy all of today's modern conveniences. Beautiful water views, pink-sand beaches, golf, pools, and spa delight even experienced travelers. Resort wear is requested, including collared shirts and proper slacks or Bermuda shorts for men.
Stately décor with best of old and new
Two pools and several restaurants
Full-service spa and fitness center
Complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout resort
Several classes of rooms and suites all include a variety of amenities as well as a balcony or terrace. Amenities typically include artwork, five-fixture bathrooms, stand-alone deep soaking tub, hair dryer, bathrobes, plush bedding and linens, large flat-panel televisions, and an iPod docking station.
Beach Club features Bermuda's largest private beach and boasts two freshwater swimming pools and a seasonal bar and restaurant. Horizon Pool is reserved for guests ages 13 and older, while the Fountain Pool is perfect for families with young children.
Dining options include several casual restaurants and poolside service. Point Restaurant and Terrace serves breakfast and dinner. Fine linen, bone china, and French cutlery complement classic menus and service. The Point requires men to wear a jacket or blazer for dinner.
The spa at Tucker's Point offers massages, body therapies, facials, nail services, hair salon, and much more. Certified fitness center staff welcome guests between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., assisting in guests' use of LifeFitness Cardio equipment and Tuff Stuff strength equipment. The locker rooms include saunas. Guests can also rent a scooter or bicycle through Smatt's Cycles at Tucker's Point (age 16 and older).
The resort even caters to children ages 5 to 12 in July and August with Camp Seahorse, featuring tennis and golf lessons, swims, and day trips.
L.F. Wade International Airport (5.5 mi/8.9 km)
There are no rental cars for visitors on Bermuda
Shuttles, buses, and taxis are readily available
Many guests rent mopeds or bicycles
Crystal Caves (2 mi/3.3 km)
Gibb's Hill Lighthouse (11.1 mi/17.9 km)
Bermuda Maritime Museum (7 mi/11.2 km)
Wide variety of venues from stately conference rooms to a 100-foot yacht
Modern audio-visual equipment and lighting, satellite conferencing, image projection options, and HD monitors
Free Wi-Fi access
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No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Free local telephone calls
24 hour security
Fitness center or spa
Meal plan - American
24 hour front desk
Audio visual equipment
Heated guest rooms
Hairdryer in room
Electronic door locks
Sprinklers in rooms
Nearby points of interest
Smith's Parish: 2.9 mi
Beach / Poolside and Spa Service
Casual cocktail and light fare service is available - weather permitting - at our Pool Areas/ Beach Club/ and Spa Cuisine as well as blended fruit drinks and specialty teas are available at the Spa.
The Wine Room
Three thousand bottles of wine displayed in rich millwork cabinets that wrap the room and extend from wood-plank floor to vaulted brick ceiling. Petite sconces and candlelight create a special atmosphere for dinner parties and a la carte dining. The Wine
The Point Restaurant
Fine-dining restaurant opening onto Sunset Terrace for desserts and after dinner cocktails. Wine Room for private dining. Fine linen/bone china and french cutlery compliment classic service. Gentlemen must wear a jacket or blazer. Tie is optional. Res
Pergola Terrace - Al Fresco
Dine under a pergola draped in wisteria and bougainvillea or along a curved banquette piled with colourful pillows and cushions. Steps up from the beautiful Palm Court Pool/ the Pergola Terrace serves an ever-changing menu of tapas and international small
The Beach Club Restaurant and Bar
The Beach Club Restaurant -open seasonally- wrapped by a shaded pergola and perched above a pink-sand beach/ is a dramatic setting for lunch and dinner. The atmosphere has a very casual elegance/ and the menu can be as simple or sophisticated as one desir
Serving a French Bistro style of menu.The Cafe offers casual al fresco dining for lunch and dinner.
This handsome room with wood-plank ceiling and floor is perched above the Palm Court with views to Harrington Sound. The bartenders are expert in classic cocktails made from the finest spirits and a menu of small plates is offered. Jacket and tie optional
The Grille Room and Bar - Golf Clubhouse
The Clubhouse reflects traditional Bermuda architecture and serves as the social centre of this amenity-rich Club/ which Hotel guests are invited to enjoy. The Grille Room/ decorated in rich colours and millwork/ opens onto a verandah overlooking Castle H
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
THE ROOM AND BALCONY WAS AWESOME, AND THEY HAVE LITTLE SOAPS AND SHAMPOO THAT SMELL SO GOOD, THEY JUST DONT HAVE THE LITTLE THINGS LIKE COFFEE MAKER IN ROOM, NO CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST, 10-15 MINS TO BEACH, ON THE BAY SIDE OF ISLAND, NOT ANY THING
FUN TO DO AT HOTEL, LITTLE BIT STUFFY, DINNING IS STUFFY TOO. HARDLY AND RESERVATIONS. ITS NEW AND SEEMS LIKE THEY HAVENT GOTTEN THROUGH THE QUERKS. I COULNDT GET A SPA APPT FOR ANYTHING. SOME RESTRAUNTS WERE CLOSED. THE STORE ONLY SELLS HIGH PRICED GIFTS, NO TYLENOL OR GUM. BEAUTIFUL DECOR THOUGH.