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Elbow Beach

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At a Glance


  • great beach
  • kids' activities
  • many restaurants to entertain


  • somewhat generic
  • very expensive
  • huge property can mean a lot of walking

Fodorite Reviews

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Elbow Beach Review

This Mandarin Oriental property trails behind its parent company's world-class finesse, but there are many highly appealing components that make Elbow Beach worth a stay. Foremost is its proximity to the beach, even if that means crossing a long series of lawns. In fact, these forced cross-campus walks give the property a breezier feel than that of the Fairmont Southampton, the island's other outsize upscale resort. Elbow Beach closed its main building at the end of 2009 and now markets itself as a "downsized, more intimate resort." All rooms are tucked away in cottages dotted through 50 acres of lush gardens. The resort's five restaurants have something for everyone, and there's pool-front service. The spa is the most superlative in Bermuda because of its pervasive sense of tranquillity—it's here that the Mandarin touch is fully realized.

    Hotel Details

  • 89 rooms, 9 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 11-04-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Elbow Beach Review

    Fodor's is out of date - the main building at Elbow Beach is closed - only the 75 freestanding units and two cottages remain. They are completely remodeled and absolutely lovely. Highly recommend Elbow Beach!

    by mnrobb, 7/24/10

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