Grotto Bay Beach Resort
- Grotto Bay Beach Resort
Relax in 21 acres of landscaped gardens overlooking a private cove.
- Excellent golf courses
Introduced in the late 1800s, Bermuda today has more golf courses – nine – than fast food outlets.
- Hamilton, Bermuda's capital
Named after a former Governor, Hamilton is Bermuda's main port.
- Spacious bedrooms with sea views
Enjoy sea views from air-conditioned bedrooms dotted around the grounds in 11 lodges.
- The pool at Grotto Bay
Dip into the resort's freshwater pool or swim in the sea from its private sandy beach.
- Good food
- Top performer
- VIP door to door
- Save £
- Full board
Every moment is designed to delight and amaze
Customers who visit this fabulous resort on the shores of Bailey's Bay always enthuse about their holiday. Situated in lush tropical gardens and overlooking a private cove, this Saga award-winning hotel offers the best of Bermuda. You can relax on pink sand beaches, make the most of the excellent facilities and use it as a base to explore this friendly and fascinating island.
†Please Note: Includes one night aboard aircraft
- All breakfasts, lunches and dinners
- Free bar open four hours a day
- Unlimited tea and coffee-making facilities within the hotel
- Free Wi-Fi at your hotel
- Daily afternoon tea
- Wine and water with dinner
- Fruit and bottled water in your room on arrival
- Three-day travel card providing unlimited use of the island’s ferry and bus services
- Porterage at your hotel
- Optional travel insurance underwritten by Great Lakes Insurance SE, UK Branch and additional cancellation rights on overseas holidays for over 50s, or a price reduction if not required (cover is subject to medical questions)
- Return flights and transfers
Our included extras
- Dedicated Saga Representative
- Gala dinner and cocktail party
- Saga lounge
- Welcome drink
- Drinks reception
11 Blue Hole Hill Baileys Bay CR 04 Bermuda
The Grotto Bay Beach Resort stands in 21 acres of lush, landscaped grounds facing the ocean. The hotel's own private beaches are just a short stroll away. The grounds also include two beautiful underground caves, which are open to hotel guests, one has steps into the water where you may swim in the cavern, while the other is home to the serene Natura Spa where you may enjoy treatments in cabanas floating on the water (extra charge).
The resort’s 201 bedrooms are located in 11 lodges tucked amid the tropical foliage and all have a balcony or patio with sea views.
Tea coffee making facilities
Iron with Ironboard
Food and Drink
The main colonial-style building houses the Hibiscus Dining Room and the Palm Court Restaurant, which have both received Saga's one-rosette Good Food award, as well as the Rumhouse Bar.
Drinks are included with dinner, and there is a free bar, open from 6pm to 10pm, serving a selection of local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Drinks are not served with lunch although tea and coffee will be available.
Some of Bermuda’s best golf courses are within a few miles of the resort, including the world famous Mid-Ocean Club. Details of green fees and equipment hire charges will be available at the resort.
The Grotto Bay Beach Resort also offers the following facilites and activities:
- Water sports centre
- Tennis courts
You can also enjoy evening entertainment at the hotel, included live music up to three times a week.
Outdoor swimming pool
The hotel is a ten-minute drive from the airport and just 15 minutes from the 17th-century town of St George’s where myriad narrow alleyways, small shops and historic buildings are a delight to discover.
Bermuda's capital, Hamilton, is 30 minutes away. Local buses run to St George’s and Hamilton every 15 minutes.
Plus, Saga guests are provided with a three-day travel card for unlimited use of the island’s ferry and bus services.
Located off the eastern coast of North America, Bermuda is made up of about 180 islands linked by bridges. It is Britain’s oldest island colony and offers a unique blend of the familiar and the exotic.
Visit Unesco World Heritage-listed St Georges, the oldest surviving British town in the new world, or enjoy the laid-back atmosphere of the island’s chic capital, Hamilton.
You can practice your skills on one of Bermuda’s many golf courses, go snorkelling or scuba diving in the turquoise waters of the Atlantic to see tropical fish and rare sea turtles or simply relax on the coral pink sands of one of the island’s beautiful beaches.