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  • It's in Hamilton, Bermuda
  • Beach
  • Golf
  • Multi-room hotel
  • Pool
  • Scuba diving
  • Spa

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Elbow Beach Hotel

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Elbow Beach Hotel

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Elbow Beach Hotel - Elbow Beach Hotel. Copyright Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.

Built in 1908, the 98 room Elbow Beach hotel is Bermuda's first world-class property to be built on Bermuda's South Shore. The 50-acre landscaped grounds gently slope down to a 1/2 mile-long private beach and nearby reef with shipwreck. Bermuda's traditional architecture of pastel painted limestone exteriors with white-tiered 'cake-icing' roofs is reflected throughout the property.

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Elbow Beach, Bermuda is now an intimate luxury resort featuring 98 guestrooms and suites spread amongst 50 acres of tropical gardens that gently slope down to a private 1/2 mile stretch of pink sand beach. Find out all about the incredible array of activities and amenities we have for you to enjoy at our resort.


Elbow Beach, Bermuda offers both quiet seclusion and the exclusive pleasures of a tropical resort.

At Elbow Beach, the cuisine comes with a real sense of heritage. As befits the first hotel to open on the island's South Shore almost a century ago, we have been leading the way in fine dining ever since. Our restaurants, such as Lido are award winners many times over. And our bars attract the most stylish crowd in Bermuda.

Within our gardens we have a pool and tennis courts; from our private beach we arrange diving and watersports. Our concierge will also be pleased to book your preferred diversion, from tours of the colonial past to horseback riding on the beach.

Elbow Beach is the ultimate retreat with a wealth of facilities created for luxurious leisure. We offer the holistic pleasures of our spa, a fitness room, five tennis courts, a putting green and free form swimming pool. By the beach we have a comprehensive water sports service, from where we can organize any deep sea or shallow water entertainment, from wreck dives to kayaking.

The ocean is a constant feature of each day's activity, even if you are simply gazing over the Atlantic azure or dining on that morning's fresh catch. On the reefs around Bermuda's 62 mile (100 kilometer) coastline lie over 400 shipwrecks, creating a fascinating underwater history of the island. The snorkelling and scuba diving are world class.

The 1609 wreck of the Sea Venture was of particular significance, reputedly the inspiration for Shakespeare's 'The Tempest' but certainly the establishment of Bermuda as a British colony.

The colonial history is evident in sharp Bermuda shorts and impressive naval forts but for most visitors the British influence is probably best enjoyed on the superb golf greens with blue views.

Being a duty free port, shopping is hard to resist; although the delight is not so much the price but the pleasant experience. During the day swan through the Louis Vuitton boutique in Hamilton and in the evening enjoy a mini carnival with local artists exhibiting their work. And when you have bought your elegant attire there is nowhere more appreciative of your efforts than the fine restaurants in Bermuda, where everyone still likes to dress in style.

There are museums, aquatic parks and many ways of enjoying the pretty sights of the island; from cycling to high speed boat trips.

For consummate elegance and the finest aspects of Bermuda from Atlantic shores to pink sands, we welcome you to our luxurious retreat, Elbow Beach.

Google Reviews

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Review date:   April 29, 2018 3:59PM
Review:   Beautiful views and great people make Elbow Beach Resort a great place to visit. The moderate climate and warm ocean waters of Bermuda add to the experience. I don't want to leave
Author:   Joan Morgan
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Review date:   November 6, 2017 9:08PM
Review:   Beautiful beach-side resort in one of the best parts of Bermuda. Suites have modern finishes and are extremely comfortable and romantic. The beach front is very clean and gets great weather. The bar is home to one of Bermuda's only live music nights - pop/rock covers and the atmosphere and friendly and fun. Service is great on every level. It's not cheap but nowhere is in Bermuda
Author:   Rowan Day
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Review date:   May 21, 2018 8:32PM
Review:   Beautiful resort set on bermudas south shore.pristine private beach.great pool area and facilities.the whole beautiful complex is set on quite a steep coastal slope.so not best for infirm or less able people
Author:   adrian thomas
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Review date:   May 3, 2018 5:50PM
Review:   Great place, wish i could have to stay longer. Rooms are spacious and i was right across from the beach.
Author:   Orlando G Torres
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Review date:   March 19, 2018 2:07AM
Review:   My girlfriend and I stayed at this hotel in early March for a week and enjoyed it immsensely. Normally we our criteria for a hotel is just that it's clean, but we splurged a bit for this one and it lived up to our expectations and then some. The property is on a hillside and the uppermost part is closest to the main road. I was a little disappointed to have one of the uppermost buildings (Oleander) rather than one really close to the beach, but we regularly left the property to go wander and have meals outside, so it worked out for us. The beach is a short downhill walk away, so not a huge loss to be fairly far away. It's groomed regularly and the hotel provides complimentary loungers, umbrellas, towels, and water. You can order food and drink while on the beach, which is a bonus, but skip on the Rum Swizzle because it's not very good. Get one at the Swizzle Inn, instead (where you can get half a jug for the price of one glass at Elbow!). There's no need to get to the beach at the crack of dawn, either, as it was never very busy. The room itself was great. Comfy king-size bed, very, very clean, great bath and shower, great view, and a short but fairly steep walk down to the beach or up to the main road. There's a minifridge but no provided drinks, and the tea and coffee in the room wasn't great. Getting milk or cream was an extra, which annoyed me a bit, so we bought some at the Modern Mart on the way back one day. Only real issues we had were minor. Firstly, one of the concierges wasn't very helpful and seemed like we were an annoyance more than paying guests. Secondly, while tea and coffee were available in the room, they weren't very good, and milk or cream was an extra $10 (!). Overall a wonderful hotel and we'd happily stay there again.
Author:   Mike Zafiris
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