New & Renovated: Island Landmarks

Resorts reflect culture and charm of their havens

Hamilton Princess & Beach Club,  A Fairmont Managed Hotel Bermuda

Built in 1885, this architectural treasure is once again the jewel of Bermuda following the completion of a $90 million renovation in May. Upgrades at the historic resort include a new entertainment/reception space overlooking Hamilton Harbor. A new restaurant with an open kitchen features a 1,500-square-foot terrace with views of the hotel’s marina.

The resort offers 410 guest rooms and suites, and more than 30,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor event space. A fleet of luxury vans provides easy access to a new beach club on the island’s south shore.

“This renovation project is the most exciting in the 130-year history of the hotel,” says Allan Federer, general manager. “With the recent announcement of the 2017 America’s Cup coming to Bermuda, this is an exciting time for both the hotel and the destination.”

Fresh off a $100 million renovation that was completed in April, the resort’s 1,230 guest rooms now feature furniture with clean, modern lines and updated tech components such as conveniently located outlet pods and dimmer-equipped light fixtures. Regency Ballroom, which has a capacity of 800 for receptions, offers 9,800 sq. ft. that can be divided into three sections. The pool terrace has space for up to 425.

“Overall, we aim to evoke a more casual atmosphere at the resort that will appeal to both our thriving Asian market and the younger generations of visitors that we welcome here,” says David Nadelman, area vice president and general manager.

Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa
Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa

Fresh off a $100 million renovation that was completed in April, the resort’s 1,230 guest rooms now feature furniture with clean, modern lines and updated tech components such as conveniently located outlet pods and dimmer-equipped light fixtures. Regency Ballroom, which has a capacity of 800 for receptions, offers 9,800 sq. ft. that can be divided into three sections. The pool terrace has space for up to 425.

“Overall, we aim to evoke a more casual atmosphere at the resort that will appeal to both our thriving Asian market and the younger generations of visitors that we welcome here,” says David Nadelman, area vice president and general manager.

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