Tucker's Point is a luxury beach getaway in Bermuda with 88 guest rooms and suites featuring refined finishes and artwork. Bathrooms feature deep soaking tubs, perfect for relaxing on vacation. Balconies and terraces let guests experience indoor/outdoor living at its finest. Luxury guest suites have wet bars with ice makers, and most have fireplaces.
The Spa at Tucker's Point has eight tranquil treatment rooms and a signature SilverTag Shower hydrotherapy suite. After a luxury treatment, guests can relax next to the reflecting pool with a fireplace. There is also a beautiful Yoga and Tai Chi lawn. Click here for great Bermuda packages.
Vacation activities include kayaking motorboats, sailboats, windsurfers, and scuba instruction. The hotel has a 1,900 square-foot Fitness Centre with all the latest equipment.
The Point Restaurant has twin outdoor fireplaces, Gerard Henderson murals and an English long bar.
Tucker's Point Golf Beach and Tennis Club features a Roger Rulewich-designed, 18-hole championship course which offers many scenic oceanview holes.
Tucker's Point was awarded Green Globe certification for its environmental tourism practices. It is the first property in Bemuda as well as the first Rosewood resort to receive the eco certification. The resort has a wastewater treatment plant, solar hot water plant, Sea Water Reverse Osmosis Plant, Thermal Solar Hot Water System (Bermuda’s largest installation to date), and solar cars on property. The resort's Green Team meets on a regular basis, educating the staff on how to properly clean a room, what green products to use and what items to recycle.
"We are proud to have been awarded Green Globe certification," said Duncan Graham, Managing Director for Rosewood Tucker’s Point. "The Facilities Management Team and Green Team have worked extremely hard to meet the Green Globe certification standards and I would like to thank them for their efforts over the last 14 months. I would particularly like to recognize Kevin Lanthier who spearheaded the resort's efforts to meet these standards and for his vision in suggesting that we register for this initiative."