Grotto Bay Beach Resort

How many places in the world offer you a restorative massage in the tranquil setting of an ancient cave? Your jaw will drop when you see the spa at Grotto Bay.

Grotto Bay Beach Resort

Set within a tropical estate, enclosed by three private beaches and with unique, dramatic caves, Grotto Bay makes for a delightful Bermudan escape. You’ll find it in 21 acres and housed in 11 brightly coloured cottages in traditional Bermudian architecture overlooking the turquoise waters.

The only resort on the island to offer an all-inclusive plan, this is a fantastic prospect whether you’re travelling as a family or as a couple. Included in this is a free transportation pass, and with a bus stop right on the doorstep exploring the island couldn't be easier. 

Whatever you like to do on a luxury holiday, you'll love the variety of activities and attractions at the hotel. The star of the show though is the water; where you can enjoy amazing diving and a dedicated programme for youngsters. Waterbabies will love the Grotto Bay Water Park; with its slide, super soaker slingshot, trampoline, dive shop and water sports shop.

An early evening drink at the Rum House Bar is a must during your stay, followed by a tasty meal in either the Hibiscus Dining Room or the Palm Court Dining Room.

Those looking for some true relaxation while they’re away will love The Spa in Prospero’s Cave; over 500,000 years in the making, the Spa at Grotto Bay is like no other. Guests can enjoy personalised spa treatments among stalactites and stalagmites, overlooking a crystal clear ocean-fed lake. Reputed to have been discovered by Sir George Somers in 1609 - 1610, Prospero’s Cave is named after the central character in Shakespeare’s The Tempest. The play is commonly thought to have been based on William Shakespeare’s account of the stay of Sir George Somers in Bermuda following his shipwreck in 1609.