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Bermuda Endless Summer sale: Save up to 50% on stays!

Bermuda Endless Summer sale: Save up to 50% on stays!
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With Bermuda’s new Endless Summer promotion, you can save up to 50% on stays at some of the most luxurious hotels and resorts on stays from September 6 through March 31. Just book by October 31.

While many believe this vacation island to be part of the Caribbean, it’s actually hundreds of miles north of the Bahamas and 650 miles east of North Carolina. Bermuda is connected by nonstop flights from Atlanta (under 3 hours), New York and Newark, Boston, Baltimore, Charlotte, Detroit, Newark, Miami, Orlando, Chicago and Philadelphia.

This 21-square mile island — and 75 miles of coastline — is packed with natural wonders and things to do and explore. Visit parks, preserves, marshes, forests, gardens, caves and grottos. Starting in March and through April, take a boat tour to see 40-ton humpback whales on their migratory paths north.

Here’s a sampling of the Endless Summer deals:

The Reefs Resort & Club offers ocean views from every guest room. This award-winning resort is perched on limestone cliffs overlooking its own private beach. Per night rates from $297.50.

Just minutes from Hamilton, Azura Bermuda sits on a cliff overlooking a private beach just minutes from Hamilton. The hotel is located near some of the island’s best restaurants, bars, and award-winning beaches. The offer includes a $25 food and beverage credit per room every night. Rates from $340 per night.

Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa is situated on a private peninsula surrounded by the ocean and bay. The estate opened in 1923 yet some of its architectural details date back to 1663. Stays include a $25 food and beverage credit per room, per night. Rates from $261.

Grotto Bay Beach Resort, on 21 acres of tropical property, features two private beaches and dramatic caves at the water’s edge in Bailey’s Bay. Per night rates from $145.

The Hamilton Princess is steps from downtown Hamilton, shopping, restaurants, and nightlife. It offers both a saltwater and a freshwater pool. The hotel is a 20-minute shuttle ride to the exclusive private Princess Beach Club on South Shore. From $335 a night.

Newstead Belmont Hills is a boutique and golf resort with waterfront suites overlooking downtown Hamilton and Hamilton Harbour. Rates start from $386.25 per night.

The 75-room Pompano Beach Club is located on Bermuda’s southwest coast and offers breathtaking ocean views from every guest room. With the Bermuda Endless Summer offer, guests receive every fourth night free with room rates from $290.

Stay at least three nights at The St. Regis Bermuda Resort and receive a 10% discount and $100 resort credit per stay. The resort, located in St. George’s, is just steps away from St. Catherine’s Beach. The resort has two swimming pools and private cabanas. Per night rates from $535.

The 26-acre Coral Beach & Tennis Club overlooks the south shore in Paget Parish. Rates from $270 a night include full breakfast and afternoon tea, and use of amenities at the club – tennis and squash courts, gym, spa and beach facilities.

Year-end holiday blackout dates and restrictions may apply.

One of the best things about Bermuda is the weather. Due to the Gulf Stream, temps average 65-72 degrees November through April — perfect for a tennis getaway or golf outing (Bermuda has eight courses). It’s not a perpetually sunny island during winter months so do expect cloudy day.

Typical passenger cars cannot be driven by visitors, but you can rent scooters (about $50 a day), bikes, taxis, buses and new electric two-seat, tandem-style microcars (about $100 a day plus $40 per rental period).

Bermuda has Global Entry on the island which enables visitors returning to the U.S. to clear Customs before boarding the plane home. Otherwise, a valid U.S. passport is required.

Follow here to learn more about Bermuda’s requirements regarding documents, covid procedures, and more.

Trip Tip: Although Bermuda isn’t considered a budget destination, it can still be done within a decent budget. It’s not a rumor — dining is very pricey in Bermuda. Here are some good suggestions from Bermuda Tourism. Steer clear of expensive dining along shorefronts and marinas and instead head down a side street for an affordable fish and chips lunch and a beer. Another way to save is to seek out self-catering cottages and vacation rentals with kitchen or kitchenettes to prepare simple dishes.

See Clark’s travel planning and booking guide for the best tips on stress-free travel, and check out for travel insurance.