Overlooking the sparkling blue waters of Castle Harbor, Rosewood Tucker's Point offers guests the sophisticated elegance of a spa resort with the relaxing casual ambiance of the islands.
Located only 90 minutes by air from the U.S. eastern seaboard, the island's British and African heritage give it a personality unlike anything else in the world. As Britain's oldest colony, the British influence continues to dominate government, educational and legal institutions. One may spot a Bermudian judge walking through the capital of Hamilton in a powdered wig, see a bobby directing traffic or overhear a passionate conversation about a local cricket match. African influences, while subtler, can be found in dance and music, especially reggae, calypso and the rhythm of the Gombeys – magnificent dancing and drumming troupes that often take to the streets.