Renovated Inverurie Executive Suites Reopens

September 14, 2015

Business visitors to Bermuda now have a luxurious new alternative, with the Inverurie Executive Suites recently opening its doors after a complete remodel to the highest standards.

Owner, Philip Akeroyd, says that the hotel has been completely renovated and redesigned to specifically serve the most discerning of international business travellers.

“We believe we provide a wonderful choice for business executives. We’re right on the water’s edge and every room has spectacular views of Hamilton and the harbour,” said Mr Akeroyd.

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“Inverurie is only ten minutes away from town by taxi or ferry. And each suite and executive room is styled specifically for business people with all the luxuries and amenities they would expect,” he continued.

“We anticipate most of our guests will stay with us for a week or more and we are hoping that the suites particularly will attract long term residents for six months to a year.

“Business people here for that length of stay will enjoy the independence that Inverurie provides. Each suite features a full-equipped kitchen so guests can eat in. When they prefer to eat out, it’s only a short stroll to Blu, Fourways or Beau Rivage”.

“We provide a continental breakfast in the privacy of the suites and rooms. And on request we will stock the kitchens with whatever groceries the guests choose.

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Inverurie features five one-bedroom suites and ten spacious, oversize executive rooms. The one-bedroom suites have a separate lounge together with a fully stocked kitchen with electric hob, coffee maker, microwave, blender, juicer, toaster, toaster oven, sink, food preparation counters, a chilled water and ice maker.

The suites also have a double bathroom and walk-in closet, ironing board and iron. The galley kitchens in the executive rooms are equipped with coffee maker, microwave, kettle, toaster and sink.

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All suites and rooms have a fully stocked refrigerator/bar, lap-top safe, 55” Smart TV, and work station with G-link to connect all personal devices.

“At the end of the day, business people can return to Inverurie, sit on the balcony and enjoy the views, while they finish their work, or just to relax” concluded Mr. Akeroyd.

Reservations at Inverurie can be made by calling 232-5700 or visiting www.inverurie.bm.

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  1. FAN says:

    any idea how much it is a night. the site makes you fill out a request for someone to call back

    • C says:

      Depends on the room u choose. I just booked a reservation for December $300 and up plus taxes

    • Mike says:

      $300 a night as “C” says, for a room and $600 a night for a suite. The suites are excellent.

  2. boston baked bean says:

    @Fan – I went on to look too and declined to fill out a request. The price per night might be outrageous to cover their renovation costs and they don’t want to advertise that fact!

    • jt says:

      The price will reflect what people are willing to pay. As it should.

      • Toodle-oo says:

        Actually the ‘Bermuda technique’ is to grossly overprice it and then wait for someone to come along who’ll , without questioning , pay them what they’re asking for.

        • jt says:

          If people are willing to pay it’s not grossly overpriced.

          • Toodle-oo says:

            People are and have been forced to overpay due to the unbridled greed , and in the past the lack of supply , on many things , most particularly housing. That’s no longer the case though even though the ‘providers’ are seemingly still caught up in a 10 year old time warp in terms of their expectations.

            The term ‘to have ‘em by the short and curlies’ comes to mind , but all of this is going to change a lot in the next 10 years or so. That’s my guess.

            International companies started to get very sensitive about our price structure (and ‘unstable’ government ) quite a few years back . They have a much better understanding now of how things work here , one’s understanding of business sense aside , and they’re no longer willing to get fleeced simply because they’re seen as the golden egg laying goose who would never want to leave our pretty shores.

            • jt says:

              If there were money to be made at lower price points someone would be doing it.

              • Toodle-oo says:

                This is Bermuda after all . If you were in the business of selling chocolate bars and making a huge profit at a selling price of $2 each why would you voluntarily mark them down to a still profit making price of $1 ?

    • PBanks says:

      Maybe it’s one of those things where “If you have to ask, then you probably can’t afford it” applies.

    • C says:

      I can assure you it is not overpriced compared to other hotels that aren’t newly renovated. You might be surprised

  3. watching says:

    These look very nice. Well done.

    • Klagger says:

      Look at the carpet, what a shocker, who designed that??

      You simply cant have a hangover there.

      • Longtail says:

        Pity about the carpet….. I have stayed in better decorated hotel rooms that cost much less than these!

  4. Paradise Reclaimed says:

    Well done indeed. I’ve seen them in person, really top-notch!

  5. boston baked bean says:

    @JT – really? Business travelers don’t really have an option, do they? They’re probably not WILLING to pay our prices, but have no choice. As for the locals — who can afford to stay ANYWHERE on this island?

    • jt says:

      Why doesn’t someone open up a discount hotel then? Obviously it could be a huge success.

      • Family Man says:

        init. For an Island that depends on international business for its bread and butter, the lack of business sense among a large part of the population is truly frightening.

        • jt says:

          Tongue in cheek it was. If it were a viable model it would have been done.

          • Family Man says:

            Yes, I got that. But its amazing how many people think Bermuda can compete with Disney World for the t-shirt and hot dog crowd.

            We don’t have cheap land, cheap construction costs, cheap utilities, cheap labour … Nothing is cheap in Bermuda but everybody thinks our product (whatever it is) is over-priced.

            The problem isn’t our prices, it’s our service level.

  6. Forethebest says:

    Let’s hope that this latest concept will work better than the last few and perhaps as well as the Inverurie when Conrad Engelhardt was at the helm.

  7. somuchless says:

    So you want me to stay for a week, month, etc but the rooms don’t even have a stove to cook. How is that even possible?

    Take out every day? You gotta be kidding right?

    • PBanks says:

      High income business travellers would probably be preferring to dine at area restaurants before returning to their suites, I’d bet.

    • C says:

      Business people don’t hv time to cook. Mostly business dinners and lunches

  8. Barbara Cooper says:

    UGLy carpets !

  9. Unbelievable says:

    You failed to mention that there is a 3 night minimum