NEW YORK, March 23, 2012 – The Bermuda Department of Tourism is offering hot savings with its new Sizzling Summer promotion, a destination-wide program offering up to $600 in resort credit based on room nights booked. The deal, based on a minimum four-night stay, provides a $400 credit for four nights, $500 credit for five nights and $600 credit for six nights. Sizzling Summer is available for booking from March 23, 2012 through April 14, 2012, and valid for travel April 1 through October 31, 2012.
Hotel rates range from approximately $299 - $460 per night, based on double occupancy, for accommodations that include everything from luxury resorts and boutique hotels to beach clubs and historic beach-front properties. The following hotels are participating during the promotional period:
- Cambridge Beaches Resort and Spa
- Coral Beach Club
- Elbow Beach, Bermuda
- Fairmont Hamilton Princess
- Fairmont Southampton Hotel
- Grotto Bay Beach Resort
- The Reefs Hotel & Club
- Newstead Belmont Hills Resort
- Pompano Beach Club
- The Royal Palms *Must include both Friday and Saturday*
- Rosedon Hotel *Must include Saturday*
- Surf Side Beach Club
April through October is Bermuda’s “Beach and Sizzle” season. It is a time when temperatures are soaring and outdoor pursuits are in full bloom, including sun-bathing on the island’s pink beaches and enjoying water sports along its turquoise waters. Complementing the island’s famous pink sand beaches, “Beach and Sizzle” season is also a great time to enjoy Bermuda’s championship golf courses or visit the island’s numerous cultural and historic sites, such as the famed Royal Naval Dockyard and the Historic Town of St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Formore information on the Sizzling Summer promotion and how to book a vacation to the island, visit www.gotobermuda.com/travel-deals/sizzling-summer-offer
or call 1-800-BERMUDA.
under two hours from East Coast gateway cities, Bermuda stretches for 21 miles
along turquoise waters and is surrounded by a 200-square-mile coral reef plateau.
The destination’s accommodations range from luxury resorts to intimate guest
cottages and family-run inns, all incorporating the sophistication and
hospitality unique to the Bermuda experience. The island includes more than 150
restaurants to fit any traveler’s budget, from simple and inexpensive to
elegant and special dining. Bermuda’s diverse activities offer an array of
vacation options all year round, including more wreck dives than anywhere else
in the world, more golf per square mile than anywhere else in the world,
world-renowned deep sea fishing, world-class spas and smooth pink beaches.
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