2018 Brings Major Renovations to Rosewood Bermuda
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Starting January 2nd, Rosewood Bermuda—formerly Rosewood Tucker’s Point—will undergo major renovations. The resort will be closed during this time, and the renovations will cost $25 million, with some facilities being completely redesigned. The resort is slated to reopen April 2018.
Rosewood Bermuda’s guestrooms, spa, golf clubhouse, and beach club will see the most dramatic changes, with new food and beverage facilities being installed as well. Rosewood Bermuda will also improve its meeting spaces and offer more meeting spaces on the property’s second floor. The lobby will be designed to look like a private manor house with a new bar, lounge, and courtyard where guests can enjoy hot or cold beverages upon their arrival.
Some spaces, including many rooms and suites, will be in keeping with Rosewood hotels & Resorts’ philosophy of using the location of each property to inform its decor. Rosewood Bermuda will feature artwork from local artists and will draw inspiration from both past and present Bermuda, as well as a combination of indigenous and colonial Bermudian influences. In addition to local, hand-crafted artwork, rooms and suites will be furnished with a neutral color palate accented in blue, as well as fabrics inspired by the beach and Bermudian wildlife.
Dawson Design Associates and Alexander Waterworth of Interiors Ltd. will lead the design process.
Rosewood Bermuda will provide an array of restaurants, including brand-new and enhanced existing options. Island Brasserie, the resort’s signature restaurant, will have a casual environment and offer traditional Bermudian cuisine mixed with more modern touches. The Beach Club restaurant will offer seafood on a pink sand beach and Sul Verde, the Golf Clubhouse restaurant, will feature authentic Italian dining. The Conservatory Bar and Lounge will be elegantly furnished and offer guests an exciting variety of cocktails. Tucker’s Bar will offer guests rum and an educational experience where they can learn about the beverage’s history in Bermuda.
Rosewood Bermuda will also offer new fully renovated fractional ownership units, as well as lots designated for luxury home development under Gencom, the resort’s new owner.
To learn more, visit Rosewood Bermuda’s official website.