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Newstead Belmont Hills in Paget, Bermuda
When Newstead Belmont Hills opened in 2008, it was the first new resort development in Bermuda in 35 years. Modern rooms with hardwood floors and mosaic-tiled marble bathrooms enjoy views of Hamilton Harbor, where complimentary water taxis take guests to destinations across the island. Golfers won’t want to miss tee time at the Algie M. Pulley, Jr.-designed 18-hole course overlooking the Great Sound – a complimentary round is included with each stay.
Get your blood flowing with an early morning tennis match. Lounge the day away at the edge of the harborside infinity pool. Take a quick jaunt over to a pink-sand beach and scour the shore for shells. Book a corner table for dinner, feeling the Bermudan breeze bid farewell to the sun’s last rays. Feast on fresh sashimi – unangi, ebi, ikura, maguro and salmon caviar – paired with a glass of chilled chardonnay.
Location of Newstead Belmont Hills
Nearest Airport: BDA
Amenities for Newstead Belmont Hills
- 45 Suites
- Private Balconies
- Private Whirlpools
- Beauty Salon
- Sushi Bar
- Infinity Pool
- 18-hole Golf Course
- Shopping Shuttle
- Beach Shuttle
- Boat Shuttle Service
- Cooking Classes
- Golf Lessons
- Sunset Cruises
- Children's Spa Treatments
Reviews for Newstead Belmont Hills
The visit started off warmly with a wonderful greeting and welcome- a sharp contrast to my experience my last day. Their focused seemed to be in who was coming in vs customers currently at hotel. I asked for 30- 45 min extension for check out for myself and colleague- this was not pissible as they cpuld nit disappoint clients due to check in over 3 hrs later. Then at calling front desj to inquire about bag assistance for my 11 am check out I was ingorned I'd have to wait 15 minuted until bell cap returned from shuttle run. So I am left with a disheartenung feel that accommodation for.client is not possible and slight room extensions only when meets hotel needs. I do not reccomend this property despite nice rooms and beautiful view of Hamilton across the habor. I am not planning in staying here again.
This hotel is a smaller resort but provides many pluses over the big boys. Service is outstanding from all aspects and everyone is friendly and open to assistance. Accommodations are overall excellent and beautifully maintained. Balconies overlooking the harbor are sizable enough for cocktails and dinner which is accommodated easily by staff. Sunset from the balcony is absolutely stunning! It is an elevator ride down to the infinity pool which is small but provides for an unforgettable feeling overlooking the water of the harbor, The cocktail and food lounge area is nice with ample chairs for relaxation and sun tanning. There are two restaurants but Beau Rivage is stunning overlooking the harbor providing all day dining with inside and outside seating. Yes, Bermuda is expensive in every respect but I will say it is worth every penny if you want a superb time. This was our 63rd trip to Bermuda - we have traveled most of the world and rate the island 5* plus! You will never regret Bermuda and at this time highly recommend the Newstead Belmont Resort for your choice. It is great for all parties but highly recommend it for couples.
Burtdol - Apex, North Carolina
We got an unbelievable deal from Travelzoo on 3 nights in a suite. The room was comfortable for 2 adults and 2 kids. Nice balcony and adequate kitchen. I can't imagine paying the normal $600+/night for a place like this, though. I have no issue paying that price for a top-notch hotel, but the Newstead is not a 5-star hotel by any stretch. The staff were hit-or-miss (Brooke was excellent), the room was dated (although comfortable, as I said), and the service was overall just not quite good enough. Ferry was out of commission 2 out of 3 days we were there, which was unfortunate. We really enjoyed our time, but I would never imagine paying their normal rates for a hotel of this caliber.
traveler2584 - Quito, Ecuador
Though we were not staying at this hotel, it was recommended to us as a good place for breakfast and that it was! We were the only table on a week day for a late breakfast. The view is stunning and the grounds are very nice. We chose to eat on the outside patio. The menu is a la cart so it is pricey just like everything else in Bermuda. The continental is more than adequate with cereal, toast, and a basket of pastries. The frittata looked great as did the French toast. Overall very satisfactory.
Springerlvr02 - Westbrook, Maine
We enjoyed our hotel and our cab driver was so accommodating and a good driver. We were surprised how much more traffic there was and how much more expensive it was. The service at the hotel was wonderful and the dining room food excellent.