Bloomberg has highlighted the Hamilton Princess as one of the “Best New Resorts in the Caribbean,” saying that their “$100 million investment has breathed new life into this grand dame.”
Saying that “Bermuda isn’t technically in the Caribbean, but but we’ll let this slide,” Bloomberg including the Hamilton Princess alongside Bahama House in the Bahamas, Manoah Boutique Hotel in Anguilla, Le Barthelemy in St. Barts, Kimpton Seafire Resort in Cayman, and the Shore Club at Turks & Caicos.
As it pertains to the Hamilton Princess, the story said, “A $100 million investment has breathed new life into this grand dame—and just in time to host the America’s Cup this June. [And yes, Bermuda isn’t technically in the Caribbean, but we’ll let this slide.]
“Beat the crowds, and you’ll find a new restaurant by Marcus Samuelsson that’s adorned with original pieces by Nelson Mandela and Andy Warhol, along with a swoon-worthy floating hammock and 170 fully redone rooms in pastel shades of blue.
“Speaking of pastels: The hotel’s palace-like exterior is still just a few shades brighter than the pink sands of Hamilton Harbour. From $279 a night”