Bermuda Triangle Myth or Mystery!

For a tiny island territory tucked in a remote corner of the western Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda has a lot to offer. It’s famous for its pink-sand beaches (like Horseshoe Bay Beach and Elbow Beach) and British charm, but travelers should know there is so much more to experience. And since it's less than two hours away from most eastern U.S. airports, it's a great last-minute getaway from the states.

Bermuda is a British island territory that’s actually made up of 181 islands, islets and rocks – it’s not just one continuous landmass, as popularly thought. It encompasses 21 square miles and has 75 miles of spectacular coastline nestled in a sparkling blue-green sea.

The capital city of Hamilton is the epicenter of the country. It is home to a bustling yet scenic harbor as well as museums, galleries, shops and beautiful gardens. Front Street in Hamilton has a great view of the harbor and is where travelers can find many of the shops, restaurants and museums. For more sightseeing and shopping, the Royal Naval Dockyard is a great stop, as it’s home to the British Maritime Museum as well as a pedestrian mall with restaurants and shops aplenty. The Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo is a great place for families visiting Bermuda (and kids 5 and under get in for free). Visitors can see over 100 species of indigenous fish as well as animals from many other parts of the world. Families may also enjoy visiting the Bermuda Botanical Gardens, 36 acres of gardens that include a tropical fruit garden, a palm garden and a miniature forest.

Travelers seeking adventure in the water will be delighted with the many shipwrecks and coral reefs to explore when scuba diving in the shallow waters. The clear ocean waters offer unlimited visibility. Kayaking, waterskiing, parasailing and yachting are other popular water activities in Bermuda.

For its small size, Bermuda has a surprising amount of activities to choose from. Travelers will not be disappointed, from the easy accessibility from the U.S. to the many opportunities for adventure.

St. Regis Bermuda Resort 5 Stars

Named Condé Nast 2022 Traveler Hot List, winner, The St. Regis Bermuda Resort is a haven of oceanfront elegance situated in the historic town of St. Georges, just steps from the soft white sands of St. Catherines Beach. The calm turquoise water and stunning views create an iconic resort setting where lavishly appointed accommodations, exceptional amenities and impeccable service combine for an unforgettable stay in St. George. Immerse in unparalleled leisure and wellness facilities during your time in Bermuda. Overlooking azure waters, the resort's pool deck area features two swimming pools, luxury loungers and private cabanas for an exclusive retreat. Enjoy state-of-the-art cuisine at our flavorful all-day restaurant. Refined relaxation awaits at The St. Regis Spa, offering a comprehensive menu of unique personalized treatments using natural and precious elements. Young resort guests are invited to enjoy enriching activities at The St. Regis Children's Club, creating lasting memories in St. George's.

priced from $1325 per person for 3 nights

travel dates February 6 to February 9, 2023

price valid September 19, 2022 (subject to change without notice

Room 1  - 2 Adults Room Type - Deluxe Limited View, 1 King, 647sqft/58sqm, Liv ing/sitting area, Wireless internet, compliment ary, Wired internet, complimentary, 55in/140cm  

$100 USD Hotel Credit!Guests will receive, at a minimum, a $100.00 hotel resort credit per room to be used as indicated by hotel at check-in.  There is no compensation for any un-used portion of the credit.


The Bermuda Triangle Myth or Mystery?

The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is an urban legend focused on a loosely-defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. The idea of the area as uniquely prone to disappearances arose in the mid-20th century, but most reputable sources dismiss the idea that there is any mystery. 


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