Save big on a Bermuda vacation!
It’s an ideal time to visit Bermuda! This tiny British island territory enjoys the warm waters of the North Atlantic Gulf Stream and is frost-free, snow-free and ice-free!
The climate is subtropical with mild winter, spring and autumn temperatures. March and April see pleasant temperate weather for beach bathing, even if it’s not quite warm enough for swimming yet. And the prices aren’t as high as they are during the busiest season, from May to October. But from late May to October, it can get uncomfortably hot with high humidity.
The island is renowned for its pink-sand beaches and a distinctive blend of British and American culture. It boasts of having more golf courses per capita than anywhere else in the world.
Bermuda is divided into 9 parishes; the one city of Hamilton (the capital) and one town — St. George (it’s over 400 years old!). Tourists are not allowed to rent a car but can rent motor scooters (at your own risk with left side drive lanes). Other transportation options on the island include taxis, buses, and ferries.
What makes Bermuda even more attractive is that its just about a 2-3 hour flight from the east coast cities (with round-trip airfares averaging $350 from most gateways).
Save up to 50% off hotel or resort stays during the Bermuda Pink Sale. The sale includes a wide range of resorts, including Royal Palms, Coral Beach, Grotto Bay Beach Resort, and Elbow Beach. Sale prices are valid for stays through April 30 or from September 1 through December 31.
Sample per night rates include:
- From $129.50, Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa, Hamilton Parish
- From $150, Greenbank Guesthouse & Cottages, Paget
- From $167.50, Coco Reef Resort, Paget
- From $175, Coral Beach & Tennis Club, Paget
- From $189, Fairmont Southampton with continental breakfast
- From $199, The Reefs Resort & Club, Southampton
- From $199, Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa, Sandys
Book a stay by January 21 at GoToBermuda. See Clark’s guide on the best tips and tricks for stress-free travel.