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Bermuda Resort
Fairmont Hotels
Total meeting space4,216 sq. m
Guest rooms593
101 South Shore Road Southampton
P.O. Box HM 1379
Bermuda SN02

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Bermuda Resort


Fairmont Southampton 2019-20 Special Group Offer

09/06/2019 – 12/23/2020

Bermuda's New Luxury All-Inclusive Group Resort

08/01/2019 – 12/31/2021

Need dates

  • 12/11/201912/31/2019




Recommended by Forbes - 2019 Recommended by Forbes - 2018 RESORT • Apple Vacation o Golden Apple Award for Outstanding Quality, 2006–2012, 2015 • Automobile Association of America o Four Diamond Award-winning Resort, 2001–2015 • Bermuda Environmental Alliance o Award of Excellence: Environmental Education and Communication, 2011 • Bermuda Yellow Pages People’s Choice Award o Best Hotel in Bermuda, February 2013; February 2012; • The Bermudian: Product & Service Award o Best Company Christmas Party Venue, 2015 • The Bermudian Business o Honourable Mention – Green Initiatives, October 2008 • Bermuda Hospitality Institute o Two Moongate Awards: The Corporate Responsibility Award & Special Member Award • Celebrated Living, American Way – American Airlines magazine o Platinum List (Top 10 Hotels in Caribbean & Atlantic Islands), 2002 • Classic Caribbean o Superior Customer Service, 2006 • Classic Custom Vacations o Partner of the Year Individual Hotel, 2003, 2005 o Superior Customer Service, 2006 • Condé Nast Traveler o Gold Reserve List, 2001, 2003 o World’s Best Places to Stay, 2002 o Top Resorts in the Atlantic, 2009 – 2013 o Top Golf Resort, 2011 • Departures Luxury Survey o Readers Favorite, Atlantic and Caribbean, 2004, 2005 • Expedia.com o Expedia Insider’s Select, 2007, 2009 o Expedia Top Partner of the Year, 2012 • Fairmont Hotels & Resorts o Evergreen Environmental Award, 2007 • Family Vacation Critic o Family Vacation Critic Favorites 2014 o Family Vacation Critic Favorites 2015 • Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International o Platinum Adrian Award, 2011 • MLT Vacations o Quality Assurance Award, 2012 • Orbitz.com o Orbitz Best in Stay for Couples, 2008 • Resorts & Great Hotels o Connoisseurs Choice Award, 2000, 2005 • The Bermudian: Product Service Awards o The Best Company Christmas Party Venue (large), 2012 • Travel & Leisure: World’s Best Awards o World’s Best Hotels for Families, 2010 o World’s Best Service in the Caribbean, Bermuda & the Bahamas, 2002 o Top Hotel for Value in the Caribbean, Bermuda & the Bahamas, 2002 o Best Hotel in the Bermuda, Bahamas and Caribbean Region, 2001 • Travelocity o The Travelocity Excellence Award, 2010, 2012 • TripAdvisor o Certificate of Excellence, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 o Hall of Fame Award, 2015 • Virtuoso o World’s Best Hotel & Resort Experience, 2006


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Ocean or water)
  • Voicemail box


  • All inclusive
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Golf course on grounds
  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts
  • Water sports
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Piano
  • Staging area

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space4,216 sq. m
Meeting rooms18
Largest room1,115 sq. m
Second largest room1,106 sq. m
Space (Private)9,281 sq. m
Space (Outdoor)5,107 sq. m
Exhibit Space2,787 sq. m

Floor plans

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms593
Single (1 bed)309
Double (2 beds)239
Single (1 bed) rate$149.00 – $399.00
Double (2 beds) rate$209.00 – $449.00
Tax rate11.75%
Occupancy rate100%




Local Attractions

The Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art

15 minutes away
Bermuda's first purpose-built art museum, it was the subject of island-wide patriotic fervor when it opened early in 2008, and the crowds pouring in haven't abated since. It's housed within the much-altered, much expanded premises of what functioned in 1900 as an arrowroot processing plant. As part of a skillful recycling of the once-decrepit building, it now boasts a state-of-the-art security system, sophisticated lighting, air-conditioning, and preservation facilities, floors crafted from wide planks of exotic Brazilian hardwood, and a constantly shifting exposition of artworks crafted or painted by Bermudians, focusing on Bermuda, or merely inspired by Bermuda. Only about 5% of the total number of artworks within this museum's collection can be exhibited at any time: A visit to this collection will certainly impress upon you the artistic power of Bermuda as muse to a huge array of radically different artists. But it will also alert you to the civic passion that reigns within this island. The museum was created thanks to the efforts of local philanthropist Tom Butterfield, and during our pre-opening visit was staffed with an amazing number of hardworking volunteers from the local community. You'll see a lot of paintings by artists you might never have heard of before, as well as works by Winslow Homer and Georgia O'Keeffe, both of whom responded to Bermuda with something approaching artistic zeal. On your way into the museum, note the stately 18th-century mansion, Camden House, that's immediately adjacent: Closed to the public, it's the official residence of the premier of Bermuda, who rented the premises of what's now the museum to its curators for a fee of $1 a year. Prince Charles of Britain, incidentally, is this organization's most visible patron. Read more: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/bermuda/A43857.html#ixzz12LDoq0DM
183 South Rd
Paget, BM

Fort St. Catherine

Historical landmark
50 minutes away
Towering above the beach where the shipwrecked crew of the Sea Venture came ashore in 1609 is Fort St. Catherine, completed in 1614 and named for the patron saint of wheelwrights and carpenters. The fortifications have been upgraded over the years. The last major reconstruction took place from 1865 to 1878, so the fort's appearance today is largely the result of work done in the 19th century. In the museum, visitors first see a series of dioramas, "Highlights in Bermuda's History." Figures depict various activities that took place in the magazine of the fort, restored and refurnished as it was in the 1880s. In the keep, which served as living quarters, you can see information on local and overseas regiments that served in Bermuda. Also here are a fine small-arms exhibit, a cooking-area display, and an exhibit of replicas of England's crown jewels. There's a short audiovisual show on St. George's defense systems and the forts of St. George. Read more: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/bermuda/A24146.html#ixzz12LFnlziH
15 Coot Pond Rd
St. George's, BM

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

Historical landmark
10 minutes away
Southampton's main attraction is this completely restored lighthouse, built in 1846. It's the oldest cast-iron lighthouse in the world. Although there's a 185-step climb to the top, the panoramic view of Bermuda and its shoreline from the balcony make the exertion worthwhile. You can also view the same panorama that Queen Elizabeth II gazed on in 1953; just find the commemoration plaque by the entrance to the lighthouse. The lighthouse keeper will explain the workings of the machinery. If you visit in the spring, you may spot migrating whales beyond the south-shore reefs. Read more: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/bermuda/A24091.html#ixzz12LG9BXPT
Gibbs Hill, Lighthouse Rd.
Between South Rd. and Middle Rd.

Crystal Caves

45 minutes away
This network of subterranean lakes, caves, and caverns houses translucent formations of stalagmites and stalactites, and includes the crystal-clear Cahow Lake. A sloping path and a few steps lead to Crystal Caves, which was discovered in 1907; at the bottom, about 36m (118 ft.) below the surface, is a floating causeway. It follows the winding cavern, where hidden lights illuminate the interior. In 2001, a second cave was opened to visitors. All tours through Crystal Caves are guided. Using the lighting system, the guides make shadow puppets and are fond of pointing out the similarity to the skyline of Manhattan. If you suffer from claustrophobia, you might find this space too tight. A small cafe and a gift shop are on-site. Read more: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/bermuda/A24119.html#ixzz12LEyuyxF
8 Crystal Caves Rd
Hamilton, BM


Historical landmark
45 minutes away
This 18th-century mansion is especially significant to Americans who are interested in colonial and Revolutionary War history. It stands on property that was owned in the 17th century by William Sayle, who left Bermuda to found South Carolina and become its first governor. The house was built before 1710 by John Dickinson, a prosperous ship owner who was also speaker of the House of Assembly in Bermuda from 1707 to 1710. Verdmont passed to Mr. Dickinson's granddaughter, Elizabeth, who married the Hon. Thomas Smith, collector of customs. Their oldest daughter, Mary, married Judge John Green, a Loyalist who came to Bermuda in 1765 from Philadelphia. During and after the American Revolution, Green was judge of the Vice-Admiralty Court and had the final say on prizes brought in by privateers. Many American ship owners lost their vessels because of his decisions. The house, which the National Trust now administers, contains many antiques, china, and portraits, along with the finest cedar stair balustrade on Bermuda. Read more: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/bermuda/A24115.html#ixzz12LIPZfBa
Collectors Hill
Smith's, BM

Botanical Gardens

15 minutes away
This 14-hectare (35-acre) landscaped park, maintained by the Department of Natural Resources, is one of Bermuda's major attractions. Hundreds of clearly identified flowers, shrubs, and trees line the pathways. Attractions include collections of hibiscus and subtropical fruit, an aviary, banyan trees, and even a garden for the blind. A 90-minute tour leaves at 10:30am on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, taking you through lushly planted acres. Guests meet at the Berry Hills entrance near the Botanical Gardens Visitor's Center. On the Tuesday and Friday tour, participants stop in at Camden, the official residence of Bermuda's premier for a look around. The cafe sells sandwiches and salads (soup and chili in winter). Early in 2008, the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art opened within a much-restored, much rebuilt building in these gardens. And in the spring of 2008, the Botanical Gardens launched am ambitious five-year plan to introduce four separate gardens of themed plants, including a Japanese Zen Garden, a 17th-century style English Parterre Garden, a 12th-century style Persian Garden, and a Tudor-style Children's Maze Garden. Read more: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/bermuda/A24094.html#ixzz12LEHP3oA
Point Finger Rd. (at South Rd.)

Scaur Hill Fort Park

Historical landmark
25 minutes away
On the highest hill in Somerset, Fort Scaur was part of a ring of fortifications constructed in the 19th century, during a period of troubled relations between Britain and the United States. Intended as a last-ditch defense for the Royal Naval Dockyard, the fort was skillfully constructed, taking advantage of the land contours to camouflage its presence from detection at sea. The fort has subterranean passages and a dry moat that stretches across the land from Ely's Harbour to Great Sound. Open to visitors since 1957, Fort Scaur has become one of Somerset's most popular tourist attractions. The fort has panoramic views of Ely's Harbour and Great Sound; using the free telescope, you'll see such faraway points as St. David's Lighthouse and Fort St. Catherine. The fort sits on 9 hectares (22 acres) of parkland filled with interesting trails, picnic areas, a rocky shoreline for fishing, and a public dock. Picnic tables, benches, and restrooms are available. Read more: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/bermuda/A24084.html#ixzz12LGpTxj0

St. Peter's Church

Historical landmark
40 minutes away
From King's Square, head east to Duke of York Street, where you'll find St. Peter's Church, believed to be the oldest Anglican place of worship in the Western Hemisphere. Colonists built the original church in 1612 almost entirely of cedar, with a palmetto-leaf thatched roof. A hurricane in 1712 destroyed it almost completely. Some of the interior, including the original altar from 1615 (still used daily), was salvaged, and the church was rebuilt in 1713. It has been restored many times since, providing excellent examples of the architectural styles of the 17th to the 20th century. The tower was added in 1814. Before the Old State House was built, the colony held public meetings in the church. The first assize (legislative assembly) convened here in 1616, and the first meeting of Parliament was held in 1620. The church holds Sunday and weekday services. Some of the tombstones in the Graveyard of St. Peter's (entrance opposite Broad Alley) are more than 3 centuries old; many tombs mark the graves of slaves. Here you'll find the grave of Midshipman Richard Dale, an American who was the last victim of the War of 1812. The churchyard also holds the tombs of Gov. Sir Richard Sharples and his aide, Capt. Hugh Sayers, who were assassinated while strolling on the grounds of Government House in 1973. Read more: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/bermuda/A24130.html#ixzz12LHWjrjJ
Duke of York St
St. George's, BM

Distance from airport

  • 19.31 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking
Affiliated Organizations


Fairmont Southampton Bermuda is a luxury resort perched on Bermudas stunning south shore with miles of pink sand beaches. Conveniently located in the mid-Atlantic less than a two-hour flight from most east coast gateways, this hotel is perfect for getaways year-round. Sitting on nearly 100 gorgeous acres dotted with lush bougainvillea, and towering coconut palms, Fairmont Southampton is Bermudas largest full-service luxury beach resort, boasting 593 rooms and 6 floors with amazing views of ocean and sound. Fairmont Southampton is conveniently located in the mid-Atlantic, less than a two-hour flight from most east coast gateways, perfect for meetings & events year-round. Fairmont Southampton's spacious guestrooms—many with sweeping water views—are richly appointed with private balconies, walk-in closets and marble bathrooms. For unsurpassed luxury and service reserve a room on the Fairmont Gold Floor, a hotel-within-a-hotel. Unparalleled amenities are offered throughout the property. Spend your days relaxing at the resort pool or pull up a chaise lounge at the sprawling private oceanfront beach club with Dive Centre, 11 tennis courts jet ski rentals and more. Unwind in the luxurious Willow Stream Spa with indoor spa pool and fitness facility or tee off at the Turtle Hill Golf Club an award-winning 18-hole par-three championship golf course. Fairmont Southampton has dining covered for even the most discerning palates with an impressive range of restaurant options. Family-friendly the hotel offers a kids camp for day and evening. Free round-trip ferry service is available to Hamilton. Groups of all sizes can enjoy Fairmont Southampton’s spacious meeting venues. Combined with the spectacular outdoor settings, its multiple event spaces provide picturesque backdrops for special gatherings, corporate functions and tropical-themed weddings. Fairmont Southampton is a AAA Four-Diamond award-winning resort. The Turtle Hill Golf Club was named one of the top 5 par-3 courses in the world by Golf Magazine. The Willow Stream Spa won the 2012 Conde Nast Readers Choice Award for best hotel spa in the Caribbean. In 2012, Conde Nast called Fairmont Southampton one of the top hotels in the Atlantic, and one of the best golf hotels in the world.


High season
May 1 – Aug 31
Shoulder season
Sep 1 – Nov 30
Mar 1 – Apr 30
Low season
Jan 1 – Feb 28
Dec 1 – Dec 31

Cancellation Policy

For more information on our cancellation policies, please call our main line at 441-238-8000 or our New York Sales Satellite office at 212-715-7089.

Additional Information

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