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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
I spent the last week of 2017 at the Newstead Belmont Hills Resort with my family and had a wonderful experience. We flew in from New York and the resort provided free shuttle service both to and from the airport. We stayed in a 1br harbor view suite which I found to be quite spacious and well equipped. Outside, the room included a very large balcony overlooking the harbor with dining table and lounge chairs. Inside, it included 1.5 baths, large bedroom, living area, dining area & full kitchen. The kitchen was great in the mornings, especially the full size coffee pot! After getting settled in on our first day, we went to the store and stocked up on some breakfast basics that we were able to prepare in room. This allowed us to keep our normal morning diets and leave time for trips to the on-site gym or runs on the nearby railway trail before exploring the island or lounging by the pool. That being said, there was no shortage of dining options. We ate at the resortâ€™s, Beau Rivage, restaurant for lunch and dinner on several occasions and it never disappointed, the food was always on point and delicious. We also dined at BLU, an upscale restaurant, located at the Belmont Hills golf course. BLU was on the pricey end of the cost spectrum, though I certainly felt like we got what we paid for. I had delicious steak and my wife had a local fish dish, both were prepared to perfection. I should note, reservations were required when we went and if youâ€™re traveling with young children youâ€™ll be sat in the lounge/bar area as opposed to dining room(I believe under 2yrs was the cut off). I took no issue with this policy as the more casual lounge area allowed us to be a bit less stressed about any potential outbursts from our 15 month old child, though we did make it through the meal outburst free. On several occasions we also took advantage of the resorts free ferry service to Hamilton. The ferry operated on a fixed schedule, ~ 5 min trip, and was very convenient to grab lunch, dinner or just explore the shops in Hamilton. Be sure to take advantage of the free round of golf you get with your stay. I got out for an afternoon round during the week; I didnâ€™t need to book a tee time but was told that on the weekends a tee time is required as the course will get fully booked. Iâ€™m a bogey golfer and found the course to be a lot of fun. Itâ€™s well maintained and has picturesque views overlooking Hamilton Harbor. I didnâ€™t bring my clubs, but they were able set me up with a nice set of rental clubs (~$60). Be sure to grab a pint after your round at Divots, the bar & grill located in the clubhouse. I only a beer, I didnâ€™t have time to eat, but it looked appetizing. It wasnâ€™t exactly â€śBeach weatherâ€ť by most peopleâ€™s standards while we were visiting; nonetheless we made a point of going to beach and getting our feet in the sand. Newstead runs a free shuttle to Coco Reef resort on Elbow Beach (about 10 min drive). They seem to have an arrangement with Coco Reef and youâ€™re allowed access to their pool and beach lounge chairs. It was a beautiful beach and very convenient getting to and from. Overall we had a delightful stay at Newstead. The entire resort was well maintained and the staff was very attentive and friendly. I highly recommend staying at Newstead and I know my family will be staying there when we return to Bermuda on future vacations.
MrUsaff - New York City, New York
We just returned from a one week stay at the Newstead. Everything about this beautiful resorts makes us want to count the days until we can return. Our February weather was perfect and quite enjoyable for a swim in the infinity pool and soak in the hot tub. We quite enjoyed the fact that is it "off season". The complimentary ferry ride into Hamilton almost every day was something we really looked forward to. We took the hotel shuttle to Coco Beach Resort twice and totally enjoyed their restaurant, pool and gorgeous beach. The Newstead staff is absolutely exceptional in every way. Our king deluxe studio on the waterfront was perfect for us. Comfortable, spacious, private. We had an amazing week.
karenandgrady - Palmyra, Pennsylvania
We were originally booked to stay at another resort who cancelled our reservation due to construction issues and to our advantage booked us at the Newstead. It would be impossible for me to over exaggerate our experience. Everything from the room to the staff were fantastic. We will definitely stay there again and again...
shrekandaustin - Gardner, Massachusetts
First let me say that before the current hotel was built I was a frequent visitor to the original Newstead hotel. I LOVED it. Old english colonial charm, warm friendly caring staff, fabulous food, perfect bar and just 10 minutes from Hamilton on the ferry which stops at the foot of the property. Skip forward a decade or so and we're back to check out the "new" Newstead. The colonial charm is obviously gone and I miss the cozy, homey feeling but Newstead is modern, comfortable, clean and the staff is as friendly and accommodating as it used to be. Some specifics. The hotel is a fractional ownership resort and as such consists mainly of apartment style units (1, 2 or 3 bedrooms). Our suite is a 1 bedroom at the end of one of the buildings closest to the pool, bar and restaurant area. The suite is large with an extra washroom, full bath with walk-in shower and jetted tub. The king bedroom has a sitting area and a walkout to the generous terrace. The open plan kitchen, dining/living room also has a walkout to the terrace which is fully furnished. Housekeeping is excellent, timely and friendly. The food and service in the restaurant and bar are excellent. This is notable given that this is off season and both were never busy. The only negative comment would be that there are some small scuffs on walls and trim so a bit more careful maintenance would be in order. Other than that a high score is justified.
Fraser M - Toronto, Canada
Recently my husband and I stayed at the Newstead Belmont Hotel. My husband and I truly enjoyed our stay at Newstead Belmont Hills Hotel. We would recommend this hotel to anyone. We look forward to staying there again. We had a very relaxing and peaceful stay. The service at the front desk was excellent. The staff was also very friendly and personable.