The Art & Architecture of Bermuda
Characterized by graceful Georgian houses of whitewashed coral limestone, manicured gardens, and sparkling turquoise waters, Bermuda holds a charm unlike any other spot on the planet. The archipelago is named after the Spanish explorer Juan de Bermúdez, who came here in 1505. The islands have been permanently inhabited since 1612, when an English settlement was established at St. George’s.
Led by Curt DiCamillo and noted Bermuda experts, our well-paced, custom-designed itinerary features superb meals and extraordinary access to some of the island’s most impressive properties. We will be welcomed by distinguished hosts into several of the most elegant private homes in Bermuda and experience behind-the-scenes tours of the island’s finest museums and cultural institutions, including a curator-led tour of the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, a private tour of the Commissioner’s House, and a guided visit of St. George’s led by the Bermuda National Trust, which owns more than 60 historic properties and open-space areas. Many of our most special visits are because of our close relationship with the Trust, an important and formidable force in the preservation of this fragile island.
Located in the exclusive Tucker’s Point section of Hamilton, our home will be the five-star Rosewood Bermuda, the island’s most luxurious hotel. Located in a seaside setting peppered with pink sand beaches and breathtaking views of the ocean, the hotel is noted for its inventive local and global cuisine served in seven distinctive restaurants and bars.
Photo of Bermuda dockyard by James Willamor