Aside from the pink sand and the breath-taking water, Bermuda has several other reasons to make this your vacation spot, even if you are trying to travel with your whole family. Bermuda is well accustomed to tourists and in turn has several gorgeous hotels that cater to bringing your whole family, including kid zones at certain hotels that your kids would probably enjoy a lot more than watching you drink a pina colada and dance the salsa.
How to get there: Fly to Atlanta and connect for a 2.5 hour flight to Bermuda. Other nearby cities that connect to Bermuda are Charlotte and Miami.
Where to Stay as a Family or Large Group: The Hamilton is a Fairmont hotel and is absolutely ideal for a family *or* even if you are not a family but love the convenience of a private beach, tons of amenities, short trip to downtown, and on site dining. The Hamilton has a fancy kids club (the Prince & Princess Club) open from 8:30-5pm where they entertain your kids with activities and Bermudian culture.
If you prefer the Boutique Hotel experience: If you want a more private, individualized experience, there are several boutique hotels in Bermuda but one that stands out is the Royal Palms Hotel. This hotel is actually 2 beautifully restored houses that feature plenty of places to relax, enjoy wine hour or complimentary breakfast and no pressure or rush to do anything except enjoy yourself. Only 10 minutes from Elbow Beach. Of course, the MOST secluded option would be to rent an Airbnb which, you can get as fancy or as basic as you want.
Things to Do as a Family: Bermuda is actually jam packed with kid friendly activities! Suit up in a helmut and a wetsuit and take your kids as young as 5 down under the water in a guided underwater experience where you can interact with different types of marine life.
If you get tired of all the beautiful beaches (ha) take your family on an exploration through the Bermuda jungle. There are literally tons of sights to keep you and your family entertained.
Things to Do as a Couple or Friends: Perhaps one of the best things is to simply enjoy the beautiful water and pink sand but the downtown parts of Bermuda are also something to be seen. Scoot in to a small nightclub with so much energy you could light a candle. Book yourself a reservation at one of the fanciest and friendliest restaurants you've ever seen. Sail around snorkeling spots on a catamaran.
What's happening during covid: Bermuda is requiring all travelers over the age of 9 to show a negative covid test within 7 days of departure. You must show your travel authorization upon arrival.
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