Rosewood Tucker's Point
Rosewood Tucker’s Point is a magnificent hotel located in a secluded area of the beautiful Bermuda. It offers a heavenly escape from the hectic day to day life with luxury, relaxation and outstanding staff in every corner to look out for your needs.
At a Glance
Gents can enjoy a traditional wet shave in a restored barber’s chair from 1895
The spa is home to a $100,000 TAG shower one of only a handful found in spas around the world. The TAG has 18 showerheads programd by a computer to envelope you in a synchronized symphony of pulsing hard and cold water.
The 18-hole, par-70 Tucker’s Point Golf Course is the island’s premier golf experience. Originally designed in 1932 by Charles H. Banks, the course was enhanced in 2002 by Roger Rulewich, the former chief designer for Robert Trent Jones.
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Rosewood Tucker’s Point is a haven for those seeking indulgent rooms, beautiful views, delicious cuisine and utter relaxation. The professional team of staff are on hand to ensure that your every whim is catered for in a subtle manner. They do not point to where you need to go; they walk you there, which can make all the difference.
Bermuda, known and ‘the jewel of the Atlantic’, with its pleasant climate, pink sandy beaches, scenic coastlines and colonial history is a perfect vacation getaway for those after some time-out. You can spend your days relaxing on the beach or at the poolside, play some golf on the renowned course, wonder round tropical gardens or be pampered in the spa. The resort is home to the island's largest private beach, giving you plenty of space to relax in privacy.
There is a selection of eateries dotted around the resort. The fine dining Point Restaurant and Terrace, the Italian inspired Sul Verde, seasonal alfresco dining at the Beach Club and lights meals at the poolside Horizon and Palm Court.
Rooms at Rosewood Tucker’s Point are a blend of British comfort and seaside décor. There are 88 guest rooms and suites in total each offering superb coastal vistas, natural finishes, luxurious amenities, and a deep soaking tub.
Whether you just want a few days here on a stopover to the US or spend a week or two for a full on vacation, it is perfect if you are after some complete relaxation.
There is a range of accommodation on offer at Rosewood Tucker’s Point. However, the standard of luxury here is so high that even what is considered the most basic rooms are beautiful, spacious and lavish. As the hotel has been designed to maximize views from every angle, all rooms afford sweeping views of the coastline. The rooms and suites are decked out with extravagant products, fine linen, modern technologies and fresh décor.
|Manor House Superior Room||
Furnished with either twin queen sized beds or a king size bed and built-in wardrobes. Located in the Manor House and has a balcony offering either waterfront views of Castle Harbor or Harrington Sound.
|Manor House Deluxe Room||
Has a king size bed and sitting area which opens out onto a furnished terrace or balcony with waterfront views of Castle Harbor. The rooms are lcoated in the Manor House and are about 600 square feet in size.
|Manor House Poolside Deluxe Rooms||
Offers the same space and comfort of a Deluxe Room but as in addition, easy access to Castle Harbor Pool. The access is via a terrace to private poolside alcoves which are decked out with canopied day beds.
|Villa Deluxe Rooms||
These rooms are located in three independent buildings separated from the Manor House. They have additional privacy and space, five-fixture bathrooms and the majority have walk-in closets. The sitting area opens onto an ample balcony or terrace furnished for dining and relaxing with views of Castle Harbor. They can be configured as a one or two-bedroom suite.
|Manor House Suites||
These are spacious at 1000 sq. ft and feature a parlour, wet bar and half-bath, a king sized bedroom, walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom. Both rooms have a balcony or terrace offering views of Castle Harbor.
These one-bedroom suites have views of Castle Harbor and are located in three independent buildings separated from the Manor House. Each has a living room and connecting bathroom. The living room features a wet bar, shower bath, dining table and a sitting area with fireplace. The sofa can be converted into a comfortable queen bed. Both rooms open up onto a spacious balcony decked out for alfresco dining and relaxing.
This suite measures 1650 sq. ft. The open layout has a living area with a fireplace, dining area with wet bar and pantry and a half-bath. The bedroom is furnished with a king-sized bed and en-suite. Both rooms have a spacious balcony offering views of Castle Harbor waterfront. It is available as either a one or two-bedroom configuration.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Rosewood Tucker's Point. There is a club called Rose Buds which entertains children from the ages of 4 years to 12 years with swimming, golf, cooking and day trips run by professionals. Great if you want to get some R & R time in with the comfort of knowing your kids too are safe and enjoying themselves.
There are several dining options available at Rosewood Tucker’s Point to suit different tastes, different times of the day and preference for atmosphere. The Point Restaurant and Terrace is the fine dining option with a menu of international cuisine created using local ingredients. You can eat breakfast, lunch and dinner here. Sul Verde is open from Tuesday to Sunday and serves Italian inspired dishes. It features an antipasti buffet followed by traditional first and second courses served family style. The dishes are complemented by a specially selected wine list. If you are after something more casual, the Beach Club is the place to head. With gorgeous sea views, lots of sea food and a French influenced menu, you will have a wonderful dining experience. If you are spending your day at the poolside, you can benefit from light meals and refreshing drinks to keep you going. Tucker’s bar, adjacent to Point Restaurant, is where you’ll find a tempting cocktail menu and other Bermudian favorites along with your other favorite tipples.
Rosewood Tucker’s Point has a world class spa offering a haven for those who want to find inner peace for the mind, body and soul. The soothing atmosphere, relaxing beauty treatments and pampering products can’t help but leave you feeling rested and rejuvenated.
On site at Rosewood Tucker’s Point you will find two pools at the main hotel, one adjacent to the fitness suite with poolside service and another surrounded by private cabinas. The beach club offers an infinity pool, a stunning beach, a restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating as well as a bar. The beach club can be accessed by a shuttle bus which runs every 30 minutes. There is the world class golf course boasting spectacular views for golf enthusiasts.
Further afield, you can go and explore a Botanical Garden full of lush Bermudian plants and exotic colors. You could go dolphin watching at the Royal Navy Dockyard. To acquaint yourself with some of the history of Bermuda, it is well worth a trip to the Naval Dockyard which is full of information about Bermuda’s heritage. The hotel’s concierge service will happily help you to plan any trips and advise you on ideas that are suited to your preferences.
Location & Directions
Rosewood Tucker's Point is located in the northern part of the island overlooking the lovely Castle Harbour coastline. It is only 15 minutes from the airport. The resort is quite out of town.
When to go
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.