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At a glance

  • You'll love

    Fine dining

    Private beach

    Pampering spa

  • Kids will love

    Seasonal kids club

    Kids-only pool

    Tennis courts

  • Don’t expect

    Town nearby

    Beach on-site

    Crèche or nanny service


Holding court above a private stretch of blush-pink Bermudan beach is Rosewood Tucker's Point hotel and spa, a spoiling seaside stay that’s as sophisticated and refined as it is activity-packed and family-friendly. This may be Britain’s oldest colony, but this fashionable resort with four stylish swimming pools, an action-filled seasonal kids club, golf course and pro-staffed tennis courts will confirm that you are, in fact, thousands of sunny miles from home.  

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Here's what you get for booking Rosewood Tucker's Point with us:

£60 resort credit (not valid for retail purchases)

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Exclusive rates, packages and special offers at Rosewood Tucker's Point

3 nights for the price of 2


‘...your little ones will be kept busy baking cupcakes, hunting bugs on nature walks or competing in sandcastles-building contests, or in a free golf clinic...’

Mr & Mrs Smith


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Need To Know


88, including 20 suites.


12 noon. Earliest check-in, 3pm. Guests arriving early or checking out late can store luggage, and have access to changing rooms and resort facilities.


Double rooms from £300.50 ($372), including tax at 11.75 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional service charge of $30.50 per person per night on check-out.

More details

Rates are room only; à la carte breakfast, from £6. Children: Cots (free) and extra beds (£15 a night) can be added to every room, although the Villa rooms (accessed by 77 stairs) are best for families with older children.  


The hotel is completely non-smoking. Several suites in the Manor House will accommodate mobility-impaired guests, and there are elevators, ramps and pram-friendly paths throughout the property.  

At the hotel

200 manicured acres, private beach, beach club (open April–October), four swimming pools, kids club (open mid-June to September), spa, fitness centre, tennis courts, golf club, running and walking trails, scooter and bike rental, concierge, library, laundry, free WiFi. 

In your room

TV, iPod dock, minibar, bathrobe, slippers, La Bottega and James Heeley bath products, Keurig coffee-makers in suites and free WiFi.  

Our favourite rooms

All rooms have deep soaking tubs (ideal for shower-averse kids) and a balcony or terrace giving additional outdoor space. If you have confident swimmers who can’t get enough pool time, opt for the Manor House Poolside Deluxe rooms set a few steps away from the Castle Harbour pool. These spacious one-bedroom suites can comfortably fit a cot or extra bed. The two-bedroom Manor House Suite connects two guestrooms for loads of space and privacy for a family. Just a stroll from the spa, you can play house in the Walsingham Suite: it's kitted out for family togetherness with a dining room, full kitchen and a living room. Villa rooms offer two-bedroom suites and living rooms with sofa-beds, but to access these rooms you need to climb a winding 77-step grand staircase – best suited to families with older kids. 


 Paddle the days away at one of the resort’s four pools. Steps from the Manor House, the palm-tree fringed Palm Court Pool is best for swimmers confident in the deep end. Also near the Manor House, the Castle Harbour Pool has lap lanes for serious swimmers and private alcoves for serious relaxation. At the Beach Club (10 minutes by tram), you'll find two freshwater ocean-facing infinity pools. The very family-friendly Fountain Pool – stocked with floaties to borrow – has a shallow end for toddlers, a trio of spouting fountains and a fence to deter little ones from waddling out of bounds. Teens will love sipping fruit mocktails and hanging out around the infinity-edged Horizon Pool that’s open to guests over 13. There are no lifeguards and none of the pools is heated, but the sun does a fine job of maintaining just the right temperature for a dip.


 Lose yourself for two blissed-out hours in a Bermuda Triangle massage, facial and shower therapy treatment, or any other number of rejuvenating and relaxing services at the sprawling Sense Spa (open daily 10am to 6pm). There’s a proper barber shop for the gents, full salon for the ladies and a reflection pool dotted with sunloungers for further decompression, post-pummelling. The spa also has a select menu of children's treatments for accompanied kids. The starter spa set (ages 5–9) can indulge in a mani or pedi with mum (or dad); there’s a tween-tailored facial for ages 9–13; and 11–16s can unwind with a scalp or foot massage.


Although the weather is mild and sunny year-round, bring wetsuits if you plan to snorkel or spend extended periods paddling out in the ocean December–March. Also, T-shirts, tank tops and cut-off shorts are a no-no on the golf course and tennis courts, so pack proper shorts, skirts and collared shirts.

Book ahead

Once you’ve booked your room, sort out your appointments at the in-demand Sense spa, and reserve lessons and court or tee times at the tennis centre and golf course. The Rose Buds kids club is first come, first served, and a registration form needs to be completed well before you arrive.  


Your furry best friend can stay with you for free.


Rosewood has established a green initiative, Verde, to ensure they seek out practices that are mindful of the sensitive island environment and its natural resources. Many of the herbs and vegetables for the restaurant are grown in the chef’s on-site garden, seafood is locally sourced, meat comes from a sustainable farm and vegetables are local whenever possible. Eco-conscious practices such as the use of green cleaning products, repurposed water-irrigation for the gardens, general recycling programs and the use of bikes and low-emission mopeds are all in place.

Food and drink

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The Point, styled with fine antiques and massive murals of 19th-century ships and ports that once hung in New York’s Pan Am building, is the resort’s most formal restaurant and all ages are welcome, but it’s best suited for dining with older children. Better yet, book a sitter and indulge in Chef Guido Brambilla’s multi-course tasting menus (expertly matched with selections from the wine room) that reflect global cuisine – spiny Bermuda lobster, roasted beef tenderloin, pan roasted Atlantic cod – as inspired by the international ports depicted on the walls of the candlelit room. For a more relaxed scene, rustic Italian-styled restaurant Sul Verde serves house-made pastas, classic veal and seafood specialties. In high season (April to October), the Sur Mer bistro opens, just steps from the ocean at the beach club; its French Provençal menu – duck confit and moules frites – fits the family-friendly bill.  

Family fare

There are children’s menus at every restaurant with crowd-pleasing fare such as Dumbledore chicken fingers, Hogwarts pizza, Jack Sparrow’s hot dog and Peter penne. The kitchen will accommodate requests (noodles with butter; peanut butter and jam – hold the jam) from diners with particular palates, and is happy to warm bottles at any hour of the day or night. You’ll find highchairs and booster seats available at every restaurant, and although Sur Mer and Sul Verde are more laid-back, the white tablecloth-clad tables still let parents feel as if they’re having a proper evening out, too.  

Hotel Bar

With its dark wood panelling, deep leather armchairs, maritime prints and models of tall ships, Tucker’s Bar is a handsome lounge worthy of a top-brass admiral. Set adjacent to the Point restaurant and overlooking the Palm Court Pool, it’s just the spot for cooling off with a Dark and Stormy (made with local Gosling’s rum, of course) and a tasty bar snack or more substantial bite, like the soy ginger marinated and blackened Gombey burger or Caesar salad. The bar is open 11am to 11pm and although children are welcome in the bar area (not at the bar), it’s really a club-like den for grown-ups.  

Last orders

The Point: breakfast, 7am to 11am; lunch, 12 noon to 3pm; dinner, 6.30pm to 9.30pm. Sul Verde: lunch, 12 noon to 3pm; snacks, 3pm to 6pm; dinner, 6pm to 9pm. Sur Mer: lunch, 12 noon to 3pm; snacks, 3pm to 5pm; dinner, 6.30pm to 9.30pm. 

Smith Insider

  • Top table

    A scenic distraction is always a good strategy for fidgety, messy or loud young diners, and the weather is mild enough year round to dine alfresco (grab a light sweater for winter months) on any of the restaurant’s terraces.

  • Room service

    Dial up room service whenever the craving for a juicy cheeseburger, wrap sandwich, grilled cheese, pizza or chicken strips strikes; it's on offer 24 hours a day. 


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Parent approved

‘...your little ones will be kept busy baking cupcakes, hunting bugs on nature walks or competing in sandcastles-building contests, or in a free golf clinic...’

Mr & Mrs Smith

Kids Club

The Rose Buds kids club entertains children aged 4–12, for full- or half-day sessions Monday–Friday, from mid-June to September. Diversions range from active (tennis lessons, golf clinics, daily swims at the Beach Club Fountain Pool) to creative (cooking lessons, puppet-making and talent shows). Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis: request the Rose Buds registration form when you book your room.  


English-speaking, CPR and first-aid-certified babysitters are available for £15 an hour for up to two children (£18 an hour for three), for a minimum of three hours; book 24 hours in advance.


Baby monitors are not available at the resort so bring yours from home if you need one.

What's there already?

For babies

• Highchairs • Cot beds • Cot bedlinen

For toddlers

• Highchairs • Cot beds • Cot bedlinen • Playpen • Swimming aids • Books • Art and craft supplies

For older children

• Floats and swimming aids • DVD library • Bikes and helmets to borrow • Board games • Puzzles • Art and craft supplies • Golf and tennis kit • Boogie boards


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Things to do

Basking on over 200 secluded acres with the island's only private hotel beach, you’ll find little reason to leave Rosewood Tucker’s Point resort once you’ve dropped your bags here. With a beach club, tennis centre, pro golf club, a croquet lawn and fun-filled Rose Buds kids club, you’re practically guaranteed a holiday free from these three whiney little words: ‘Mum, I’m bored.’ 

Hotel activities

Hop aboard the half-hourly tram for the 10-minute trundle down to the resort’s Beach Club. An attendant will set you up with towels and sky-blue-and-white sunloungers; stroll the stretch of pink-sand shoreline, get busy building with buckets and spades or wade out into the shallow, sandy-bottom ocean. The Watersports Hut has masks and snorkels to rent for exploring the vibrant coral reefs nearby. From the Dive and Watersports Centre overlooking Castle Harbour, you can arrange any number of seafaring-thrills: Scuba instruction is offered for over-12s; certified divers can set off on wreck- and reef-diving trips. Over-12s can also cast off with sailing lessons on a one- or two-person boat. Kayaks, Sea Doos, boogie boards as well as motor boats and floating cabanas outfitted with snorkel gear, towels, an ice chest and snacks are all available to rent. If you prefer to have someone else helm the ship, book the two-hour sunset cruise and snorkel-swim into Castel Harbour.
Reserve a tee time or schedule a private lesson and lunch date with a PGA pro at Tucker’s Point Golf Club. This 18-hole, par-70 palm-tree-dotted course with ocean views is worth playing a round for a scenic stroll alone. Ladies can hit the links with a women-only clinic on Thursdays; and on Saturdays the club hosts two clinics for kids: a free introduction to the game for ages 4–6 (1pm to 1:30pm) and more advanced instruction for kids aged 6+(1:30pm to 3pm; £15 each). Grab a court for a game of family doubles (day or evening) or enroll in a clinic or lesson at the pro-staffed Tennis Centre. Tennis programs are also available on Thursdays and Saturdays for the First Swings (ages 5–7) and Junior Acers (ages 8–16).
Head out on the paved running and walking trails that circle the grounds for jaw-dropping views of Castle Harbour and Harrington Sound, or power up with a workout at the state-of-the-art 24-hour fitness centre (over-16s), which also has a tranquil outdoor space near a waterfall for yoga and Tai Chi classes.

Local Guide

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Smith tip

Work side-by-side with dolphin trainers for a day or take a playful plunge with the experts from Dolphin Quest in the ocean water pool, set within a historic stone fortress.

Don't miss…

Pop by the Swizzle Inn, a lively, open-air pub and restaurant a 10-minute drive away in Baileys Bay.

First settled in the 17th century by shipwrecked colonists, this hook-shaped island may have gained more fame for the fabled Bermuda Triangle, but today its friendly culture, pink-sand beaches and bright-blue waters are the real draw. And Rosewood Tucker’s Point overlooking Castle Harbour and Harrington Sound is the ideal retreat for families in search of surf, sun and outdoor activities all on mellow island time.

Smatt’s Cycle Livery has a shop at the resort and rents out mopeds (for over-18s) and bicycles and helmets for over-13s. Cruise the paved paths surrounding the resort or explore the island on the Bermuda Railway trail.

Take a 10-minute drive south around picturesque Harrington Sound to the Bermuda Aquarium and Zoo – host to marine life, coruscating coral reefs and more than 200 species of fish. Once you’ve had your fill of the mesmerising fish tanks, stroll over to the zoo for a visit with monkeys, flamingos, alligators and Galapagos turtles. Admission is £6 for adults, £3 for 5–12s and free for under-5s.

If talking to the animals isn’t enough for your Dr Dolittles-in-training, a 35-minute drive will get you to the Royal Navy Dockyards at the island’s west end for a swim with friendly dolphins. Dolphin Quest ( offers several experiences for over-3s, from working side-by-side with trainers for a day, to a playful plunge in the seawater pool set within the historic stone fortress that is home to the National Museum of Bermuda. Afterwards, spend some time exploring the historic British port at the Royal Navy Dockyards ( Hunt for Bermudian souvenirs in the Clocktower mall or take a historical walking tour (May to October) from island guides.

For a casual lunch or dinner with the kids, the Swizzle Inn (+1 441 293 1845) is a lively open-air pub a 10-minute drive away in Baileys Bay. Cool off with the signature rum swizzle cocktails while the kids fill up on quesadillas, nachos, chicken wings and classic British (shepherd’s pie, fish 'n' chips) or Bermudian (wahoo burger, fish chowder) dishes.

Tom Moore’s Tavern (+441 293 8020) in Hamilton is a well-preserved 17th-century whitewashed home that began operating as a tavern a century ago. Although you’ll still find local specialties here, like traditional fish chowder with black rum and sherry pepper, which may have even been served in the 1652 homestead, today's menu is an elevated take on its humble beginnings: sophisticated dishes include caramelized sea scallops and rack of lamb with mustard crust.

Got a babysitter on standby? Head to Front Street in Hamilton. Slip into Port O Call (+441 295 5373) and settle in at one of a handful of white-tablecloth-clad tables or on the harbour-facing terrace, for contemporary preparations of the day's catch, meat dishes, and a Wine Spectator award-winning wine list. Red Steakhouse and Bar (+441 292 7331) is a bustling Front Street bistro where the chef knows his way around every cut of the certified Angus beef from a petit filet to a dinner plate-sized cowboy.

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Rosewood Tucker's Point
60 Tucker's Point Drive, Hamilton Parish, HS 02
Hotel setting

Bermuda beachfront

Getting There

Located in Hamilton Parish, Rosewood’s Tucker Point is a luxury retreat overlooking Castle Harbour and Harrington Sound that’s secluded, yet has easy access to an abundance of outdoor activities from golf and tennis to sailing and scuba diving.


Bermuda's only airport is LF Wade International ( in St George’s Parish; it's served by several major airlines, including British Airways, Jet Blue and United Airlines. The hotel is a 15-minute drive from the airport.


Only locals are permitted to drive on the island, so you’ll have to leave the motoring to them. Taxis are readily available at the airport and convenient to hire once at the hotel.


Travel like the locals and hop a ride on one of the pink and blue jitney-type buses that run daily throughout the island. Or, if by sea take one of the six high-speed ferries to historic sites and neighboring towns. Moped scooters and bicycles are also a popular option for zipping around the island.

Parent travel tip

All taxis on the island are vans that can comfortably fit six people and their luggage. You should plan to travel with your own car seats though.


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Smith & Family  Parent Panel reviews

Every property featured in the Smith & Family collection – including Rosewood Tucker's Point – has been selected and approved by parents.

There is something liberating about arriving in a place where you can leave so many of the details to someone else: the driving (only locals can get behind the wheel on Bermuda), the navigating, and the planning of all your children’s activities. Rosewood Tucker’s Point is a luxury escape where service reigns supreme. Starting with the Rose Buds kids club, where your little ones will be kept busy baking cupcakes, hunting bugs on nature walks or competing in sandcastles-building contests, or in a free golf clinic. As for you, towels are presented before your feet have even touched the pink sand at the private beach, a bottle of ice-cold water magically appears after an intense game of doubles at the tennis centre and the experts at the spoiling spa will unravel knots you never even knew you had. Of course, you will need to make some decisions – like which of the four pools to lounge by or whether to dine on French fare at the beach or on rustic Italian with ocean views – but we trust these are decisions you can easily (and happily) make… 

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The Guestbook  Smith member reviews

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith & Family hotel, we'll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what real-life family guests had to say about Rosewood Tucker's Point in the Guestbook below.


Stayed on

We loved

The hotel, the room, the views, the spa, the food and the staff.

Don’t expect

Great weather in Spring. And it wont be cheap either!

Rating: 9/10 stars