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

    ... and chocolate, but the tops were different—pink, blue, chocolate, a coffee-looking icing, etc. There was no way of knowing what flavors any of them were supposed to be except for the one that was obviously chocolate all the way through.

    Indonesians don’t have the cupcake thing down yet. We all agreed that we were disappointed. They weren’t terribly flavorful, and the texture was a bit heavy. So I think if they ...

    The Bermuda Triangle

    A travel blog entry by jonathanbaumber on May 23, 2013

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... all different pastel shades with white washed roofs. The Bermudans are adept at collecting any rain water as non exists naturally here. This has proved very interesting in getting showered, as unlike most of the Caribbean the marinas don't have shower blocks. One of my greatest wishes at present is a power shower with as much water as I jolly well want. The upside however is that I'm far more aware of making do and mend, something that the Duncan's have down to a fine art. ...

    Bermuda at Last

    A travel blog entry by philmillard on May 15, 2013

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... the ghoster nearly fell into the sea, we got it onboard and later as the wind fell we motored and only managed 92 miles.
    10/5 Another windless day as we crossed a ridge of high pressure and we managed 90 miles under engine, the saving grace for the day was at sunset when we had the best “Green Flash” we have had in the whole tour – this is a phenomenum which occurs in high pressure when the last rays of the sun change ...

    An island like no other

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on May 20, 2012

    6 photos

    ... buildings, city halls and churches. Every single building in this whole island is completely modern, which is really rare for islands. I have been to at least 10 island countries and Guam could compare to this, but this place was pretty unreal. It was founded in the 1600s, so it also has a lot of history. There are still some old buildings from the 1600s also. Most of the shops are very expensive.
    Rolex and Gucci ...

    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 ...