The St. George’s Club

Located, in the UNESCO World Heritage site of St. George, on Rose Hill overlooking its historic harbour, The St. George’s Club is a Bermudian owned and operated cottage colony hotel with a total of seventy-one (71) one and two bedroom units that give you all the benefits of a self-catering villa for your visit on the island with no need to eat out, unless you want to! The cottage is ready for your arrival and our staff is here to make sure you experience Bermudian hospitality at its best. Enjoy the full facilities of The St. George’s Club, set in nearly twelve acres of landscaped gardens with three (3) pools, one heated in the cooler months, two (2) floodlit tennis courts, a bocce and croquet area, a small gym and all the amenities of home.  Transport can also be arranged on motor scooters, as rental cars are not currently allowed, via our dedicated on-property rental facility.

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Bermuda is an incredibly beautiful and unique island located less than two hours from the east coast of the United States and under seven hours from London. Our island is in fact not in the Caribbean but really in the middle of the Atlantic. Our climate however benefits from the warm Gulf Stream that and our weather in the summer is warm, but never too hot and in the winter cool, but not too cold. In fact it is great for all types of sports. The flora and fauna on the island because of the climate is stunning year round with oleander and hibiscus growing wild and forming the most amazingly colourful hedges at every turn. The surrounding ocean water uses all of the palettes of blue your eyes can possibly see, to fringe the most incredible pink sand of the many beaches protected by our surrounding coral reef.

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America’s Cup 2017

Bermuda is delighted to be hosting the Luis Vuitton America’s Cup in June this year, soon after the Qualifiers and the Challenge Playoffs. The island is buzzing with constant updates and schedules of events and the new design, foiling catamarans are to be launched early in January 2017. The St. George’s Club and most hotels project a full house for the main AC35 yacht race which is the oldest trophy in international sport, dating back to 1851 but if you want to visit then please give us a call. There are many more things going on around that time and if you are lucky enough to be visiting Bermuda in May or June 2017, we recommend you visit the AC35 Official Web Site by clicking ‘Learn More’ below. Expect also to see some visiting J-Class yachts and of course some International Tall Ships. Bermuda is destined to be the centre of the sailing world this year and by all the inquiries we are getting for several years to come! 

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