Grotto Bay Beach Resort

Address: 11 Blue Hole Hill, Hamilton Parish, CR04, Bermuda | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on 11 Blue Hole Hill, Hamilton Parish, is near Masterworks Foundation, Botanical Gardens, Visitors Service Bureau, and The Birdcage.
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Travel Blogs from Hamilton Parish

Beyond the Sea

A travel blog entry by drtee on May 27, 2013

3 comments, 2 photos

... cooler than it was this time last year, when it was sweltering in Berlin. I have rarely encountered cooler weather when traveling, so this time I finally gave in and just brought clothes for warmer temps. I am not complaining about this cold snap, and I hope I haven’t jinxed things by buying the jacket. But these parkas showed up in the shop and they were only $40 (and I get a 35% discount as well), so I was afraid they would sell all ...

Bermuda; Very Different from the Caribbean Islands

A travel blog entry by dixiej on May 22, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... notifies people when their roofs need cleaning. It costs about $3000 every 3-4 years to clean the roofs. If a homeowner refuses, the government cleans it for them and charges them double! They certainly do not mess around. The minimum house is right around $500,000! and that's not very big.

The island is peppered with multi million dollar mansions. The most famous residents; Michael Douglas and Katherine Zata Jones. Of course ...

Let's Sail!!

A travel blog entry by jonathanbaumber on May 15, 2013

5 comments, 2 photos

... more intact ploughing on towards its destination without a concern! Monday , everyone is in fine fettle feeling well, the boat going well and Bermuda is approaching. We are hoovering up Lisa's food, replacing the lost energies and weight with gusto! Around 70 miles from Bermuda, in light winds, disaster struck and we lost the forestay. The genoa dropped into the water and all hands were on deck to support the mast and haul in the mainsail. The next 70 miles were spent ...

Jet Blue to Boston!

A travel blog entry by majs on Sep 20, 2012

2 photos

We spent the morning making sure we had packed everything and trying to reach Grandpa to wish him Happy 98th Birthday! We did manage to spend some time with Grandpa before we headed to the airport for a 1pm check-in. All went smoothly and soon we were ...

Bermuda Thursday and Friday

A travel blog entry by tammy.ota on May 03, 2012

1 comment, 17 photos

... where the British built a fort in 1809. As we arrived, we noticed it was much cooler and had been raining. Upon disembarkation, the sun came out and it warmed up a bit. We found a taxi/tour driver with two other couples from the ship and went on a three hour tour around the islands. Bermuda is made up of 8 main islands that are connected by bridges.
Our tour guide/taxi driver gave us a Bermuda history lesson and stopped in ...