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Greg Hartley from Hartley's Undersea Walk Bermuda called and said it was too rough to go out today. He told me about a private beach he sometimes goes to. The owner is not usually there, so it should be safe to trespass. I was a little hesitant about trespassing, but I needed a place to give Kim the ring. When we got there, we got cold feet and …
I am getting a little concerned. The owner of Hartley's Undersea Walk Bermuda has been in contact with me several times and is not optimistic that we will get to go. I'm starting to think of other ways to ask Kim.
We again made our own breakfast and set out on the scooter. One of the Gems of the Caribbean was the rock arch on a beach. We …
We got up early because we wanted to explore the east side of the island. To save a little money, we are going to make our own breakfasts. It was kind of nice to eat in the room and relax a bit before going out on the road. Kim was worried about being on the scooter and it was looking like rain, so we bought a day pass for the busses and ferries.< …
We made our way to our terminal. It was a little early, but we thought we would get in and make sure we were on the flight. We had to go through security again and this guy was very thorough. He was very friendly and talked to us through the entire process. As he got to the bag with the ring, I got nervous. I taped it to the inside of the box with …
... 15 meters away :L I've obviously seen friends and dodgeball far too many times to know him for his every angle :p someone held our spot and we ran over and we said "omg we love you!!" and he said "well I know we've only just met but I love you too!" and he had a picture with us which is awesome! :D he was seeing the show that's why he was there. So cool, he's so nice!!! So I'll wrap it up, will probs write again in a week or so. :D Thanks for reading !!!! ;) Te adoro. ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Sandpiper Warwick
Great value, great rooms
Our family of 5 (3 teenage sons) spent 5 lovely days in July in two spacious, clean rooms at the Sandpiper. It was very affordable, compared to other options in Bermuda! The rooms were comfortably furnished and attractive. We cooked many meals in the well-equiped kitchen, enjoyed the pool, and even used the barbeque grill. A lovely beach was within walking distance at a nearby hotel. The bus stop was just steps away, so we spent our days sightseeing all over Bermuda. Service was great - such nice, helpful folks at the Sandpiper!
Awesome place to stay for a reasonable price
We just came from a 6 day trip to Bermuda, and the sandpiper was awesome for us. They gave us a one bedroom apartment with a full kitchen, living room, and 2 TV's with cable. I found it very clean and the staff was amazing. Although its right in front of the main street you'll hear cars driving. You will have to take the bus to go practically everywhere but one bus drive to Hamilton, buy tickets for the week and you're set. One bus drive to the grocery store for the week will save you tons of money. Plus, you have a gas station right across from the Sandpiper for any emergencies. Great Place and GREAT PRICE! Awesome!
Great Location and Price
We just returned from a 8 day stay at The Sandpiper Apts. We enjoyed our stay so much that we have reserved a week in October. The rooms are spacious and clean and well equipped to prepare meals in. The grounds are well maintained and the pool is cozy and always clean. They have a BBQ by the pool that we took full use of everyday preparing a quick lunch. The Front desk staff were so well educated on the island that they helped us with an itenaray of things to do for the week. II highly reccommed the Sandpiper if you are looking for clean spacious and couteous service and not a pocket breaker. ENJOY!
We just returned from a 7 day stay, 4 of those days at the Sandpiper. We found the Sandpiper just what we needed for a family of 4 including a 14 yr old girl and 8 year old son. We stayed in one of the family suites that has a separate kitchen and bedroom. Two beds in the bedroom and pull-out futons in the living room. A TV in the living room and another in the bedroom. The pool is great; in a garden setting with a feeling of privacy even though it is right next to the South Shore Road. The staff was very friendly. When our toilet broke, they quickly moved us the the other room that was like ours. The Sandpiper is not on the beach but very close to all the great southshore beaches. The bus stop is right at the Sandpiper. If you don't rent scooters (we did for a couple of days when we stayed up in Hamilton), get a 4 or 7 day bus pass. It also covers the ferry. The bus runs every 15 minutes during the day. In the evening you may have wait for 1/2 hr. You will want it to avoid the very nice but expensive taxis. They are building a new supermarket right next to the Sandpiper. We brought some food and bought some from market down the road. For a family of 4, even a casual lunch is likely to cost $90. We did have dinner at the new Swizzle Inn next door. It just opened and the service was slow but the food was great (best fish sandwhich in Bermuda). In general, however, it is better to buy food and make dinner. We used the microwave and filled the refrigerator. The Sandpiper even has a grill you can use by the pool. The Sandpiper is not fancy, but if you have kids, you cannot beat it. With tax, our suite cost about $250 a night. A bargain for Bermuda. Horeshore Bay is a great beach, but the one we liked the most was the west end of Warwick Long Bay. When we go back, we will stay at the Sandpiper the whole time but rent scooters for a longer period.
Robbed at the Sandpiper
The Sandpiper was fine until we realized that we had been robbed a little each day. The location is great and the rooms are certainly adequate for what you pay. The problem was that anything that was left in the room ended up missing (cash, cell phone charger, sunblock, etc. The staff(?) was there from 9:30 am until 4:30 pm and she was obviously not happy about working. Bermuda is full of guest houses and cheap places that are just as beach accessible as the Sandpiper so I'd stay somewhere else if I were going to Bermuda. We were definitely ripped off with a smile and I feel that people should hear about it. Stay away from the thieves at the Sandpiper!
Okay so it's a little dated but the staff are excellent, no strict check out time was imposed when we asked which literally gave us an extra day's holiday. The apartments are situated on the bus route between Dockyard and Hamilton via the beaches. They are clean and comfortable with large fridge freezer, cooker, toaster and coffee maker to make self catering a real possibility, a necessity when a basic bar meal for a family costs around $100. We barbecued and enjoyed the pool which was virtually unused most of the time. The washing and drying facility costs $5 and takes a large load, we've paid that at hotels for one item of laundry. It was good to be able to live in the fashion of the local people. If you do like to cook take a serviceable knife or two and perhaps some herbs and spices which will save you money. We'd stay here again next time we go to Bermuda which we intend to do soon.
My family and I stayed at the Sandpiper in Bermuda from August 5th through the 10th 2005. This is our sixth trip to Bermuda and have stayed in everything from Elbow Beach to other guest apartments. Out of all the places that we have stayed the Sandpiper is our favorite for a number of different reasons. It is clean, it is roomy, you have your own kitchen, the location (15 minutes by scooter to Hamilton) (5 minutes from the best beaches on the South Shore), and the PRICE. If you are going on a honeymoon or like fancy hotels with all the glitz, stay at Elbow Beach or the Southhamton Princess. If you are like me and enjoy living like the locals do try the Sandpiper. If you are planing on going to Bermuda email me, I have some superb restaurants to recommend or anything else that I can help with.
We had an excellent stay at the Sandpiper from July 19 2005 to July 23 2005.
I stayed at the Sandpiper for 4 nights in mid-March, 2005. The complex is a cluster of apartments built during the 1970's and is located in Warwick Parish on Bermuda's South Shore Road. The apartments come in various configurations. Mine was a standard unit located on the second floor in the rear. My unit (The Cardinal) was configured with a separate kitchen/eating area, separate bedroom with 2 double beds, cable TV, and sleeper sofa, and a separate bathroom with a tub/shower. The price was great at $89/night (plus taxes), so I won't complain there. My general complaint is that the complex at least 2 miles from the South Shore beaches and about 1.5 miles from the supermarket - though it is situated directly on the #7 bus line which stops about 100 yards from the complex. My reason for renting an apartment with kitchen facilities was to cut down on food costs. For those who have not been before, Bermuda is very expensive in all things - a 16oz bag of Dole iceberg salad costs about $4.75. Eating out every night can quickly increase the size of your national debt, and delivered pizza can cost you $35. Definitely sticker shock for the uninitiated. The Sandpiper's distance from the supermarket proved to be inconvenient as I was relying on the bus for transportation (note - unless you are using a bus pass, a one way trip on the bus to the supermarket costs $4.50). Specific complaints dealt with the condition of the furniture (the laminate was peeling), the kitchen cabinets (worn and tired), and the refrigerator (exterior rust). Road noise was also a problem on occaision. House keeping service was good, however, and I thought I received value for the money - but only at the price I paid. I would not consider the Sandpiper to be good value at the normal high season rate of $140/night. So, bottom line - would use again at the price I got, but would shop for other alternatives before booking. I could also recommend the Sandpiper to those travelers who rent scooters for island transport as that would increase your mobility and mitigate some of the drawbacks about location.