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Get away in style at a lavish palace so regal you would think it came straight out of a fairy tale. Located on the British isle's south shore, the Fairmont Southampton is Bermuda’s crown jewel. Here, you can enjoy its pristine pink beaches and glistening blue watersand enjoy cool island breezes without a care in the world. With spacious luxury rooms, an 18-hole golf course, and a dining scene to die for, these are only a few of the reasons why the Bermuda Fairmont Southampton is fit for royalty.
Known as the “Pink Palace”, the Hamilton Princess has an exterior that lives up to its name and will truly make you feel like royalty. Built in 1885, the hotel is the oldest of the Fairmont Hotels & Resorts brand and remains Bermuda’s only luxury urban resort. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
With more than 170 recently newly renovated rooms and specialty suites, the Pink Palace offers guests stunning ocean and harbor views and luxurious accommodations. Located over the property's new marina, premium suites include the Patience Suite and the Deliverance Suite with balcony views of the harbor. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
The Princess Beach Club is positioned on Sinky Bay, a cove that naturally provides privacy and exclusivity for guests of the hotel. Land or water hammocks make for optimum lounging, while other activities like snorkeling offer a little more excitement. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Sunny skies and palm trees compete the dream at this outdoor lounge area. Dip your feet in the resort infinity-edge pool overlooking the marina or melt your troubles away in the hot tub. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
Relax by the marina and enjoy the views of the dockyards filled with luxury boats. For those with a more adventurous spirit, the Hamilton Princess offers on-site packages for water sports including jet skiing, kayaking, and parasailing. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
The spa and fitness facilities include state-of-the-art studios and equipment, and a poolside pergola was created for outdoor classes. Afterward, don't forget to enjoy some much-need quiet time on one of the resort's many hammocks. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
The Hamilton Princess hosts a public art program throughout its lobby and public spaces for guests and visitors to enjoy. Decorated with contemporary art and original pieces by Andy Warhol and Nelson Mandela, guided tours are available every Saturday at 10am. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
For nearly 350 years, the Waterlot Inn has been the go-to steakhouse experience on the entire island.
Named to commemorate the Sea Venture wreck and island's colonial founding, the 1609 Bar and Restaurant is the go-to place for a signature cocktail. Try the Bermuda Rum Swizzle, an island favorite, that's comprised of local Gosling's Black Seal Rum and tropical juices. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)
The Hamilton city center is only a five-minute walk — or a quick moped ride away — from the property. Take the opportunity to visit the shopping areas on Front Street and Reid Street because a vacation isn’t complete without a few things to take home. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts)