Grotto Bay


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Explore all 21 acres of the naturally landscaped gardens and crystal cave pools. Feel the warm breezes of the Atlantic as you take in the panoramic views. Ocean View and Ocean Front rooms feature balconies or patios and are a calm and comfortable retreat, lulling you to sleep after a day of balmy pleasures. Indulge in and savour the island cuisine, market fresh and always served to your liking in the Tropical Palm Court or elegant Hibiscus restaurants. Or dine al fresco above the beach and enjoy your favourite lunch time snacks at the Bayside Bar & Grill.

Relax on the private pink sand beach, bathe in the fresh water pool, or languish in the outdoor Jacuzzi surrounded by gardens above the beach. Sail, snorkel, wind surf, dive ancient wrecks or explore the delicate and beautiful coral reefs. Take a boat cruise, on a sunny afternoon or during a glorious sunset. Play tennis night or day, or work out in the exercise room. The Grotto Bay is also conveniently located within five minutes of two of Bermuda's finest golf courses, should you wish to hit the greens.

In addition the hotel offers an extensive activities programme for children and adults, offering a daily schedule of fun-filled things to do (during the Summer School Break),while parents take some well-deserved time out, or families can have fun together and join in the games.

Facilities of the Grotto Bay include three restaurants, new beach pavilion, private beaches, outdoor fresh water pool, Jacuzzi, watersports centre, scuba dive shop, four plexy paved tennis courts, moped/scooter rentals, exercise room and a 500,000 year-old underground cave.

The Palm Court restaurant offers casual dining. An Island inspired menu, along with an exotic beverage menu ensure your enjoyment for dinner. The Palm Court also features an elegant bar offering all of your favourite cocktails, wines and beers.

The Hibiscus Room is the hotels formal dining restaurant. Here you will enjoy fine traditional European cuisine with a Bermudian flavour which changes daily. Bayside is the place for outdoor fun and a taste of home with your favourite quick foods - hamburgers, hot-dogs, salads, sandwiches and much more. The Bayside Bar & Grill also features two theme night buffets for added enjoyment, offering a savoury Island BBQ on Monday evenings and a fresh Seafood Soiree on Thursdays (seasonal and weather permitting).

All guest rooms are furnished with either one king or two double beds, and are fully air-conditioned with private bath and shower, cable colour TV, coffee maker, iron, ironing boards, mini-fridge, hair dryer and in room safe.

The Spa in Prospero’s Cave

Over 500,000 years in the making, the Spa at Grotto Bay is offering an experience like no other, the new spa offers the opportunity to get back to nature. Guests can embrace the serenity and peace provided by Mother Nature as they enjoy personalised spa treatments amongst stalactites and stalagmites, overlooking a crystal clear ocean-fed lake.
This incredible natural masterpiece is the perfect setting for a once in a lifetime spa experience with the soothing dripping of water and the gentle flickering light of candles creating a unique ambience. 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 on 28th July 1609.


Grotto Bay Water Park

For the young and the young at heart this is a great place to enjoy the water and sun. Huge slide, super soaker slingshot and trampoline are some of the components of the water park located in the ocean off the beach.

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About Bermuda

Bermuda first appeared on a map as early as 1511, when it was discovered by Spanish mariner Juan de Bermudez, but the treacherous ring of coral reefs surrounding the Island ripped into the hulls of many unfortunate ships. Because of the disastrous fate of so many vessels, frightening stories of maritime travel kept seafarers away from Bermuda’s shores....

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