by Leo Jakobson | December 20, 2017
The luxurious Rosewood Bermuda, formerly the Rosewood Tucker's Point will close at the beginning of January for a three-month renovation, reopening in April. 

In Keeping with Rosewood's "A Sense of Place" design philosophy, the Forbes four-star property's 92 rooms and suites will have soft goods and locally-made furnishings in a style reflective of the culture -- both indigenous and colonial -- and natural beauty of the island nation. Artwork will also be by local artists. The lobby, its bar and the atrium courtyard will be redone as well. 

The 9,172 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space will be expanded and enhanced during the renovation. This will include the second floor's 5,000-square-foot ballroom, the Gallery overlooking the croquet lawn, and 16-person boardroom. In addition to a number of outdoor event spaces and lawns at the main resort, the Beach Club can host groups on the resort's private pink sand beach, as well as the pool deck overlooking the Fountain Pool, which can accommodate up to 80. The work will include new cabanas. Its restaurant will emerge with a focus on locally-sourced seafood. 

Enhancements to the Golf Club include new décor, as well as a new restaurant and renovated bar. And the par-70 Tucker's Point Golf Course will see some aesthetics-focused reworking. 

The 12,000-square-foot Sense, A Rosewood Spa, will be modernized and get a new fitness center. The property will also add new wellness-focused treatments and fitness programs  

The Rosewood Bermuda's main restaurant will reopen as the Island Brasserie, with a focus on local cuisine. Tucker's Bar will gain a focus on another local product, rum. The new Conservatory Bar and Lounge will feature local artwork and grand views of the harbor.