Rosewood Tucker's Point

AAA Inspector Rating
18 Guest Ratings
60 Tucker's Point Dr
Hamilton Parish, HS 02- Map It
AAA Inspector Notes
Fine art and upscale decorative pieces are found in every part of this property. Large upscale suites and villas with oversize tubs await for your comfort after a day on the golf course. De-stressing is a practiced art form at the world class spa, one of the many pools or at the pink sand beach. The beach club facilities are open during the peak season from late March until end of Ocotber. Other interesting activities include cave swimming tours, history and nature excursions. Smoke free premises. 88 units, some two bedrooms. 2-5 stories, interior/exterior corridors. Accessibility (Call).

Amenities & Services

Swimming Pool
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
ECO Friendly
Electric Charging
Business Center
Resort Hotel
Just n of South Shore Rd. 60 Tucker's Point Dr HS 02.
outdoor, heated outdoor.
Dining & Entertainment
4 restaurants, also, The Point, see separate listing, full bar.
Business Services
Available on premises
Room Amenities
coffeemakers, wireless Internet, safes.
Sports & Recreation
sauna, motor boats, self-propelled boats, marina, scuba diving, snorkeling, regulation golf, tennis, recreation programs, kids club, bicycles, lawn sports, trails, health club, spa.
Guest Services
valet laundry, luggage security pick-up, airport transportation, room service, child care, area transportation-within resort, beach club & downtown Hamilton.
2 night minimum stay - seasonal, 21 day cancellation notice, 14 day off season-fee imposed, resort fee, pets accepted.

Guest Ratings

Based on Ratings from 18 guests
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mature couple
Pros: Beautiful location, fantastic, accommodating staff, and the restaurants are devine.
Cons: Nothing!
mature couple
Pros: Hotel, staff, and golf were all excellent. Room was very clean, spacious, with luxurious linens. Bathroom beautiful, with great shower.
Cons: Having to wait for shuttle to golf and beach a little of a bummer, but if you're on vacation, and don't have a timeline, it's OK.
young couple
Pros: Very courteous and helpful staff, especially the front office! We arrived rather late in the evening. While we were arranged to our room right away, we felt we needed to request to have our room changed for more privacy (from ground floor pool-facing to higher floor). The front office, Chantal and Nicole who assisted us, efficiently rearranged us to a new room while we had dinner at the property. We are very pleased. Also, staff at Tucker's Bar, entrance concierge and sport center were all very courteous and made us feel welcome and comfortable. We had a great stay. We look forward to staying at Rosewood Tucker's Point the next time we visit Bermuda.
Cons: We chose this property in the first place for its private beach. Unfortunately, the private beach was closed for reparation without advance notice. However, we were welcome to relax by this tiny beach at the Sport Center. Nevertheless, we enjoyed the cabana-like shade and beach chairs.
solo traveller
Cons: Omg, everyone use iphone here, but on one want to borrow even the iphonecharger, I do not want to swim here, because I see excrement of bird atthe bottom of the swimming pool , golf course was so so, the golf carwas not charge well, when I paly 1 hour, the engine seem do not havepower to go forward. And discrimination! if you are not come from theUnited Kingdom, they will treat you not very frendly . they even let youopen the gate door of hotel by yourself. Bermuda is very beautiful, Iwill come here twice, but will not live this hotel twice. There are somany good hotel you can choose , but not this one , trust me.
solo traveller
Pros: The hotel's grounds are lovely, and its views of the Atlantic are superlative. And the staff, of course, were all, in my experience, extremely courteous and professional.
Cons: This property was too sequestered for my taste, and (as I learnt from some Bermudian friends) is situated in an area where non-white Bermudians still aren't particularly welcomed. The hotel is gorgeous, but it's just too isolated, with too few choices for dining and especially for interacting with the local population, who are present in this hotel pretty much only to clean up after the guests. I was in Bermuda for the marathon weekend. To be honest, I can't really say that being around a lot of paunchy self-impressed golfers was very interesting.
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