My wife and I recently spent five days in Bermuda. It was our 17th visit to that tiny cluster of enchanting islands, and the most magical of all because of our choice of Rosedon as the place we would stay. Only superlatives apply to Rosedon, the original building of which, an elegant, stately, columned mansion, sits atop a hill on Pitts Bay Road just outside the city of Hamilton, looking down on the loom of the much larger Fairmount-Princess across the way. But it is what is behind the mansion that is most spectacular; an urban oasis where beautifully furnished rooms surround a kaleidescopic botanical garden of infinite depth and variety, and ablaze with color; trees, shrubs, and flowers which, in turn, surround a pool area that is as tasteful as it is inviting. The service at Rosedon is unequaled in our experience anywhere we've traveled; Europe, the Americas, Asia, North Africa et al. Ask for anything within reason and it is provided with thunderclap speed by the most pleasant and helpful service personnel you will ever have the good fortune to encounter. The hospitality and civility for which Bermudians have long been known has been raised to an art form at Rosedon. It just doesn't get any better. Therefore, if you're searching for the perfect Bermuda experience, you need look no further than Rosedon. The overall rating of excellent is, in our opinion, inadequate. That we plan to return is a given because Rosedon is, quite simply, superb!