by Matt Alderton | June 12, 2018
The highly anticipated Rosewood Baha Mar opened its doors on June 1 in Nassau. But The Bahamas isn't the only Caribbean destination receiving a bump from Rosewood Hotels & Resorts. Bermuda also has a new Rosewood investment to boast about, according to the company, which last week unveiled a comprehensive renovation at Rosewood Bermuda.

Part of Tucker's Point -- a resort community where it occupies 240 coastal acres -- Rosewood Bermuda features 88 renovated guest rooms and suites, each of which has been reimagined as residential-style retreats thanks to the addition of bespoke furniture, contemporary local art, and a breezy color palette that includes white and beige with pops of blue.

Also reimagined were the resort's lobby, which was redesigned in the style of a private manor house, and its food-and-beverage outlets, which include a new bar specializing in handmade British gin cocktails, a main restaurant serving island comfort food, a rum bar dedicated to teaching guests about Bermuda's signature spirit, a seafood restaurant inspired by Bermuda's fish markets, and an Italian restaurant at the resort's Golf Clubhouse.

And speaking of the Golf Clubhouse: That also was updated with new décor and amenities -- including a new tennis program for resort guests and members.

Finally, the resort's Beach Club and 12,000-square-foot spa also received makeovers. The former was updated with new cabanas, umbrellas, and pool and beach furniture while the latter was outfitted with a new fitness center, a new nail salon, and new island-inspired spa treatments.

"We are thrilled to welcome both new visitors and longtime guests to our island paradise that intrinsically reflects the rich culture, diverse history, and stunning natural beauty of Bermuda," said Paul Telford, managing director of Rosewood Bermuda. "The renovation is a testament to Rosewood Bermuda's commitment to providing unmatched luxury accommodations, the highest level of service, and modern amenities that appeal to today's luxury, global travelers."