Great Hotels in Southampton Bermuda
Southampton is rich with several top class hotels. Although it's a western parish and takes about 40 minutes drive from the airport, Southampton has the privilege to be home of the best and the most picturesque beach in the island - the Horseshoe Bay Beach and several others with lovely pink sands. And therefore several great hotels have come up in the parish to offer such privilege to tourists.
But that is not the only reason to stay in the parish. There are many attractions located in the parish including the famous Gibbs Hill lighthouse, several reserves, water areas etc. Hamilton which is the main hub of shopping and dining, is also well connected by public buses and takes only 25 minutes to reach.
Here are the hotel categories based on room rates charged for a double room during high tourist season (May-October).
$: $100 - $150; $$: $150 - $250; $$$: $250 - $350; $$$$: $450 onwards
Here are our top selections of Southampton hotels:
Located at the Jennings Bay, Greene's is a modern guest house. It has a wonderful view of the waters of Great Sound.
Pompano is dramatically situated overlooking the southwest coast. This family owned and operated luxury resort in Bermuda has 74 rooms and a great place for a romantic getaway as well as a family vacation. This is one of the very few luxury class hotels in the island which is a proper beach-front property and the beach is private.
Perched on the highest point of the island, Fairmont Southampton overlooks the surrounding lush tropical gardens, the pink sandy beach and the ocean beyond, and its own Turtle Hill 18-hole golf course.
Perched in spectacular limestone cliffs, this is an award winning luxury resort overlooking a beautiful private beach.
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