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Oh, the things you'll see in Somerset Village. Between Blue Hole Park, Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo and Crystal and Fantasy Caves, you may never get bored.

You may, however, need to rest your tired feet (and head). That's where Orbitz's 17 hotels come in. Most rate highly for Hotel Staff and Room comfort, meaning you'll have little trouble finding a nice, cozy room to tuck into — as near or as far from the action as you'd like.


Where to eat in Somerset Village

Somerset Village has plenty of dining options for hungry travelers. Among these are Tio Pepe, Ocean Echo, Henry VIII Restaurant and The Dining Room, where you can grab some coffee or sit down to a meal.


Outdoor activities in Somerset Village

There are ways to kick back in Somerset Village beyond its marquee attractions. Nonsuch Island Nature Reserve and Blue Hole Parkare great places to get some fresh air and spend time outside.

Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo is a great activity for families and solo travelers alike, offering a chance to see plenty of unique and exotic animals.


Where to shop in Somerset Village

Jewelry stores like Walker Christopher Goldsmiths and electronics stores like Leisure Time are on hand for picking up gifts, the latest tech gadgets and more.


Where to eat in Somerset Village

Somerset Village has plenty of dining options for hungry travelers. Among these are Tio Pepe, Ocean Echo, Henry VIII Restaurant and The Dining Room, where you can grab some coffee or sit down to a meal.


Nightlife in Somerset Village

After the sun goes down, shake a tail feather or grab a drink in Somerset Village. Docksider and Bailey's Bay Cricket Club are good places to belly up to the bar and order a cold drink or chat with the locals — or both.


Art and culture in Somerset Village

Get a little culture at Somerset Village's artsy and educational attractions, which include Historical Society Museum, The Bermuda National Trust Museum and Verdmont Museum. Meanwhile, the artworks at galleries like Bermuda National Gallery offer glimpses into the creative world.


Nightlife in Somerset Village

After the sun goes down, shake a tail feather or grab a drink in Somerset Village. Docksider and Bailey's Bay Cricket Club are good places to belly up to the bar and order a cold drink or chat with the locals — or both.


What to do in Somerset Village

Little ones and adults alike can make as much noise as they want on the rides at Blue Hole Water Sports, which offers an energetic, boisterous atmosphere.


Outdoor activities in Somerset Village

There are ways to kick back in Somerset Village beyond its marquee attractions. Nonsuch Island Nature Reserve and Blue Hole Parkare great places to get some fresh air and spend time outside.

Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo is a great activity for families and solo travelers alike, offering a chance to see plenty of unique and exotic animals.


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Grotto Bay Beach Resort

Great location

Perfect setting close to the airport with everything you need to relax and enjoy the sun and sand...and of course the turcoise blue waters!

A verified traveler

2 months ago

5.0

Rosewood Bermuda

Scenic location and close to the golf and beach.

Wonderful vacation. Rosewood tucker's Point is a great place to relax and rejuvenate.

A verified traveler

1 year ago

4.0

Rosedon Hotel

Personal attention and old style charm

Hotel combines attentive service with attractive grounds and proximity to central Hamilton. A pleasure to get away from the mega-resorts and find an oasis of calm so close to the bustle of the central city

A verified traveler

12 months ago

5.0

Royal Palms Hotel

A boutique hotel of classic quality

The boutique hotel with its garden swings and surrounding art led to a peaceful stay. After an Outing to Hamilton or other areas you return to afternoon tea and coffee and baked goods. A before dinner complimentary wine in two beautifully decorated drawing rooms adds to your relaxation. A 10 minute walk to Front street for shops, dining, bus and ferry transportation. The owners have personalized the interior decor which fits well with the high ceilings and crown and other moldings. If you need quiet and peaceful with in a home setting this will be your exceptional find. The staff is always there to answer questions, call taxis and meet your reservation needs. The complimentary breakfast offers a great way to start your day from 7 to 10 am. Our 8 day stay was most enjoyable.

A verified traveler

4 months ago