Go all inclusive in Bermuda
While there are many accommodation options in Bermuda, the all inclusive hotels are perhaps the best option for anyone seeking complete rest and relaxation. These establishments are ideally suited for a laidback holiday, with everything you'll ever need on hand and without costing extra.
There's also the added bonus that you won't have to worry about spending money during your time away, as everything will be paid for up-front. All you may need to splash out on are additional excursions that catch your eye.
Many of the high-end hotels in Bermuda boast top-quality restaurants where you can enjoy excellent meals, from local specialities to international dishes. If you're travelling as a couple, you may also be able to arrange to have a romantic candlelit dinner within the grounds of your resort, maybe at sunset right on the beach - the perfect way to spend some quality time together.
Make the most of the facilities
When you book an all inclusive hotel in Bermuda, be certain to make use of all of the facilities on offer. In many cases you'll have at least one private beach where you can soak up the sun in seclusion, while there will also be pools for a quick dip.
If you're keen to be active during your holiday, take the opportunity to borrow the kayaks and snorkelling equipment that are available through your hotel. You can paddle around the coast and find your own isolated spot for a bit of sunbathing, or enjoy discovering the colourful coral reefs that lie just beneath the surface.
Some of the best hotels in Bermuda also have their own spas - perfect if you need some help relaxing. You can choose from a wide range of treatments, including soothing massages, invigorating body scrubs and indulgent beauty treatments. Make sure you check whether these treatments are included in your particular package, though, as you may need to pay for them separately.
Explore the island
Although it may be tempting to spend your entire holiday in Bermuda enjoying the facilities at your resort, you should definitely venture outside of the complex to see a bit more of the island. There are some wonderful beaches and fascinating heritage sites just waiting to be explored.
As Bermuda is only 21 sq miles in size, it's not too difficult to travel around and visit different parts of it, so hop in a taxi or hire mopeds and head off on an adventure for a day. One of the island's most beautiful beaches is the stunning Horseshoe Bay, which is a picturesque crescent of pink sand. You'll find it in the Southampton Parish and there are facilities here too if you want to spend the whole day on the sand.
It's also worth spending some time discovering Hamilton - Bermuda's capital - where you can go shopping or soak up some culture at one of its museums or galleries. For a real insight into the island's past, though, you need to head to St George's - the former capital.
The whole town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to a selection of museums and historical landmarks, making it a real delight to explore for a day.
Find the right all inclusive holiday in Bermuda for you
To make sure you have the best possible all inclusive holiday in Bermuda, take some time to find the perfect resort. There are plenty of options to suit all budgets, so with some help from one of travel advisors you should be able to organise your dream Caribbean getaway.
Whether you want somewhere high-end and secluded so that you can just relax and let all the stress and worry of everyday life melt away, or would prefer to be closer to one of Bermuda's main towns to allow you to get the most out of the island's cultural attractions, there will be the right resort for you.
Even though Bermuda isn't the cheapest destination in the Caribbean, if you're on a tight budget, don't discard Bermuda as an all inclusive holiday destination, as there are some great deals on hotels here that could mean you can enjoy a luxurious and relaxed Caribbean escape without the high price tag you may expect.
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