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Bermuda Hotels

The St. George's Club

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  • Kitchen area

  • Living Room - 1 bedroom unit

  • Resort Front

  • The St. George's Club Resort


  • Only non-bed-and-breakfast in St. George's
  • Nice views walking to town
  • Private


  • No activities outside of the pool
  • Feels more like a suburban development than a vacation spot
  • Far from the rest of the island

Updated 11/04/2013

Fodor's Review

This time-share complex, which looks and feels like a 1990s condo community, is the closest thing to a modern hotel in St. George's. The grounds are tidy, ample, and perched atop a hill on the scenic eastern end of the island. A walk (or drive) down a garden path takes you into town from the 18-acre site. Clean one- and two-bedroom cottages come with a fully equipped kitchen and views of the ocean, one of three pools, or a public golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones. The sleek, three-story main building holds the lobby, business center, a convenience store where you can buy champagne and sunblock, and there are two restaurants: Griffin's, serving contemporary food, and The Beach House, a beautiful hangout spot with a breathtaking view.

Hotel Information


6 Rose Hill, St. George's Parish, GE O5, Bermuda

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  • Credit cards accepted
  • 71 cottages
  • Breakfast

Updated 11/04/2013

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Aug 19, 2006

St. George's Club - Beware

August 19, 2006 WARNING St. Georges Club - Bermuda Travellers to Bermuda need to be alerted to a serious security problem at this resort. Late in the evening of August 17, 2006, two masked men armed with a machete and a club burst into the bedroom of our cottage at the St. Georges Club. They threatened my wife and me in our bed with their weapons, helped themselves to all of our U.S. cash, and a cell phone, and fled into the night. Thankfully,

neither of us suffered any physical harm, but as one would imagine, we were terrified. The following day, we returned, shaken, to Toronto. The security of the property and the accommodation units at the St. Georges Club is virtually non-existent. What appears to be a public road passes through the property, which gives uncontrolled access to the entire resort to absolutely anyone. During the week that we were there, we only once saw a security guard near our unit. There is no security fencing. The units ground level sliding glass and screen doors that give directly in to both the bedrooms and sitting rooms of the cottages have no latches, no locks, and can only be secured from inside by a clumsy drop bar. (I was told that this device can be defeated from outside within seconds using nothing more than a piece of Venetian blind.) The Bermuda police who investigated this armed robbery indicated that this was a relatively rare case  although ordinary thefts were not all that uncommon  but they also commented on the flimsy security of the accommodations as well as their vulnerability to intruders from outside the resort. Visitors should be aware of the risks involved in staying at the St. Georges Club. (The Bermuda Police reference for this armed robbery is case #2006/18499).

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