Bermuda Tourism Authority

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Guest Rooms1,581
Guest rooms at 1 hotel593 guest rooms
Special event venues99
Average room rate$333.00
Daily food cost$156.00
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Bermuda Tourism Authority


Why Choose Our Destination?

Bermuda offers 75 miles of dramatic coastline – a perfect backdrop for proper productivity. Experience Bermuda’s renewed energy and excitement. Major renovations, new hotel projects and legendary hospitality are paving the way for the island as a next-generation destination for meetings, conferences and incentive programs.


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Getting Here

Fly to Bermuda for the ultimate island experience. Many first-time visitors are surprised to learn that Bermuda is a 90-minute non-stop flight from NYC, less than a 3-hour flight from most U.S. East Coast travel hubs and a 7-hour flight from London.

Distance from airport

  • L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA)

    16.09 km from city center


Local Attractions

St. George's

Historical landmark

Fort St. Catherine

Historical landmark
In 1614, governor richard moore built fort st. catherine to defend Gates Bay, which had been the landing place of the Sea Venture castaways in 1609. The Fort was strengthened several times from the 1720’s and completed in 1878. The Fort was used for military purposes and an American Magnetic Loop was installed in the Fort during World War II. Today, Fort St. Catherine is an historical attraction where you can see dioramas highlighting Bermuda’s early history and other audio-visual exhibits. Wander through the magazine, which has been restored to its 1880’s configuration, and view displays of antique small arms and George the Ghost. On the gun-floor are 10-inch rifled muzzle loaders, each weighing 18 tons on original carriages of 2 tons, which fired a projectile of 400 lbs. As it is a public attraction, events may only be hosted outside of normal working hours, 9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m., and only within the exterior spaces. The upper gun deck represents a substantial open area overlooking Bermuda’s North Shore and the Atlantic Ocean. The site has limited car parking and no food preparation facilities; for these reasons it is strongly recommended that planners arrange a site visit before final selection.
15 Coot Pond Road
St George’s Parish, BM

The Mid Ocean Club


Corporation of St. George

Historical landmark
The beautiful and historic old town of St. George, designated a World Heritage Site, is a special location for group events. Several extraordinary venues can be rented including Somers’ Garden and The Square. Space specifications, rental conditions and a price list are available through the Corporation. For all of these locations, the Corporation of St. George can provide barricades, bollards, electrical supplies, floodlights, staging, trash receptacles, tents (one 20’ x 20’ and one 10’ x 10’), stereo, public address system, banquet-size tables and chairs.
5 Ordnance Island
St. George, BM GE 05

Royal Naval Dockyard

Historical landmark
Beautiful, Historic and Expansive Exterior Spaces make the royal naval dockyard one of Bermuda’s most exciting venues for outdoor events. the northern Promenade lawn and clocktower Parade lawns offer over 20,000 square feet of space and boast as a backdrop the beautifully restored great eastern storehouse building, which is commonly known as the clocktower Building. the lower fl oor of the clocktower offers 24 stores, including several branch stores of Hamilton’s leading retailers, as well as many speciality shops. The dockyard is the perfect choice for street festivals, private shopping nights, cocktail receptions and other corporate events. The clocktower Parade is closed to vehicular traffi c for all events, thus making the area fl exible and safe. the proximity to water services means your guests can arrive and depart by boat. a site visit and full event opportunity briefi ng are highly recommended.
Royal Naval Dockyard
P.O.Box MA 415
Sandys, BM MA BX

Bermuda Maritime Museum & Commissioner’s House

The Bermuda Maritime Museum, located in the royal naval dockyard, is housed in the 6-acre Keep citadel and displays 500 years of local history and culture in unique military buildings, including the award winning restored Commissioner’s House. Bastions, cannons, shipwreck artefacts, local watercrafts, maritime art, spectacular views and dolphin encounters are all found in Bermuda’s largest fort. The Keep is available for private functions of 1,000-plus people seated for dinner under canvas, while the Queen’s Exhibit Hall is a fabulous setting for parties of up to 100. The Commissioner’s House, which stands majestically at the most western tip of the Island, offers five dining rooms on its top floor, all displaying historical memorabilia with mahogany furniture throughout. Additional reception rooms, a serving kitchen, elevator, ample restrooms and breathtaking views from two wrapping verandas complete this unparalleled venue for parties of up to 200 people inside and 300 on the verandas.
1 The Keep
Sandys, BM MA 01

City of Hamilton

Historical landmark
tHe City oF HaMilton owns and operates numerous public parks and spaces within the city limits and proudly boasts that pesticides are not used in any of them. these areas are open to the general public and may be used for private functions. the terms and conditions for renting any of the city’s facilities can be found on their website,
City Hall & Arts Center
17 Church Street
Hamilton, BM HM 11

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute

The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI), is one of Bermuda’s most spectacular attractions, a state-of-the-art venue for meetings and presentations and a wonderful place to entertain. Opened in 1997, BUEI is an ocean discovery centre whose mission is: to advance the appreciation and knowledge of the ocean and to encourage the protection and preservation of the marine environment. This fascinating waterside venue is an impressive setting for an array of functions. The Main Lobby accommodates 175 people and features a model giant squid suspended from the ceiling. For additional impact, BUEI’s exhibit galleries can be opened for an event. The Tradewinds Auditorium is outfitted with state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment and seats 148, theatre-style, with a clear view of the stage and screen from each seat. The Royal Caribbean Cruise Line and Cable & Wireless rooms are available for meetings, presentations and private luncheons and dinners for up to 36 people. These rooms are connected to a preconference area called the Harbour View Lounge, which can also be used on its own for an intimate reception for up to 70 people. The on-site award-winning restaurant, Harbourfront, provides catering for all events allowing for a comprehensive corporate package. An event at BUEI is sure to be a memorable one!
40 Crow Lane
Pembroke, BM HM 19



High season
Jun 1 – Aug 31
Shoulder season
Sep 1 – Dec 31
Apr 1 – May 31
Low season
Jan 1 – Mar 31

Additional Information

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