Bermuda & USA

Sister company, Purely America, specialises in the USA & Canada. All of our staff have years of experience with North America and would be delighted to advise on the most suitable accommodation to compliment your Bermuda hotel.

At less than two hours flying time from Bermuda, New York and Boston make excellent destinations to combine for an ideal two centre itinerary. A few nights in one of these fantastic cities packed full of attractions, followed by a long relaxing stay on the beaches of Bermuda, will be a dream holiday full of contrasting highlights.

New York

A city that requires little introduction. A stay in the Big Apple exceeds all expectations and visitors never tire of returning again and again. We have more than 120 hotels to choose from, as well as some exciting sightseeing options including exciting helicopter tours and elegant dinner cruises.

Boston

Packed full of charm and character, Boston is one of the USA’s most historic cities, blending European charm, culture and modern day America. As one of the country’s oldest cities, everything is within easy walking distance and we feature a fantastic range of hotels in all the most popular regions such as Back Bay, Copley Square and Downtown.

Miami

At just 3 hours flying time, a two centre holiday with Florida offers endless possibilities. The theme parks of Orlando, Florida Keys, Everglades and The Gulf Coast are all within easy driving distance. Miami itself offers a paradise of endless beaches, shops, restaurants, nightclubs and a warm year-round climate.

Toronto

Wonderfully modern, clean and with so much to see in a small area. View hundreds of miles all around from the top of the CN Tower, take in a baseball game at the Skydome, have a barbecue with a stunning skyline view from the tranquility of Toronto Island. Or just enjoy the charming Canadian hospitality with a fantastic array of shops & restaurants. The magnigicent Niagara Falls is just 90 minutes away by car or bus.

To discuss your itinerary, please give us a call.
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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....

Bermuda History