Travel & Accommodation In Bermuda
We can try to assist in finding a place to stay but we have found in the past that the best deals and info is always found on the internet or through a travel agent especially if you like major hotels. Hotel accommodation in Bermuda is not cheap and some folks
Below is the location of the new dojo at 44 Ord Road, Warwick, so that you can plan your travel to and from the dojo while on the island.
If you are interested in staying in a guest house or apartment the following info is very useful and we have had visitors that have been very pleased with the results:
Bermuda Accommodations Inc.
www.bermudarentals.com (lots of useful links here too!!)
General Info on Bermuda Rentals
Deposits for most properties are 15% paid at point of booking, and 85% paid upon arrival in Bermuda.
They do not include tips in their prices: if there is maid service at the property you rent, it is customary and
Hotel bookings require a credit card deposit and certain conditions apply.
Please note: Several of the large house rental listings must pay the 7.25% Bermuda Government occupancy tax.
Large house rentals also require a lease and payment in advance. Please read Terms of Service for further details.
Where ever possible will also try to house visitors with members and their families but this cannot always be guaranteed.
Although we cannot always provide transport for everyone, it would be helpful to know who is arriving on what flight etc. so we can try!!
Small Electric Cars are finally available to rent:
Mopeds can be rented from a cycle livery and you need to tell them whether or not you want a SINGLE SEATER or a DOUBLE SEATER. We normally recommend the following and depending on bookings MAY be able to arrange a discount:
Warning on Mopeds: They are fun, they are cool, and they can be DEADLY!!! We drive on the opposite side of
Bermuda has a very efficient and reasonable bus and ferry service, the details of which can be found here through the Bermuda Rentals web site links.
I thought that I would write down a few quick notes of things you should know before you arrive in Bermuda.
It is Hot!
Bermuda is hot and very humid in the summer and you will need to drink more water than you expect. Energy drinks etc are helpful too as you will find yourself face down somewhere if you don’t hydrate!!!
It is hot!!! You will get a sunburn here in a
Bring a hat or two to keep the sun off of
Bermuda is still relatively safe if you are aware of your surroundings-don’t leave your brain on the plane!!
- Lock your hotel room at night.
- Travel in pairs.
- Don’t leave your stuff unattended on the beach.
- If your moped has
basket, make sure your bag is secured in the basket.
I probably don’t need to mention this but I will: DON’T BRING ANYTHING THAT YOU SHOULDN’T (narcotics) otherwise you may be staying here a LOOOOOOOOOOOOONG time!!!
Don’t turn it on!!!! Roaming charges in Bermuda are “off the hook”, so if E.T. must phone home, buy a calling card at the local grocery or pharmacy.
Digicel Bermuda and One Communications both do Prepay Cards you can buy in various places.
In Bermuda, $1 Bermuda is the same as $1 US and US currency is accepted everywhere in Bermuda. But, Bermuda is expensive so bring more money-we need it!!! Spend,
General Bermuda Info Site:
Current Bermuda News: