On a very expensive island this hotel is a very cheap alternative. Just be prepared that this is what it is. It is not a new hotel. It is run down and many things need repaired or don't even work. I.E. there is no functioning ice machine. The office had ice available from a bag but even that ran out for a day. The breakfast was limited and spare, and one morning not available "because of ants". There is no restaurant on site (Sappori has been long closed, even though it is still advertised on the hotel and Bermuda Tourism websites). The closest places to eat are 10-15 minute walk as well as a grocery store for supplies. The walk is hot, humid, and has a hill involved The pool was open, but not cleaned daily.
Now the plusses. It was inexpensive, the staff was exceptionally friendly in spite of the lack of conveniences. The room was clean and good sized. The room had a refrigerator and microwave, which was great since there is no restaurant (go to the grocey store for supplies). The pool and hotel have a great view. You are alone in a quiet place overlooking the ocean.
If you are low maintenance, like peace and quiet, budget minded, and don't mind a walk to get to a bus, store, or restaurant. This place can be a good base for exploring Bermuda.
You can rent a scooter, take a cab, or take the bus/ferry system to get around. Tourists are not allowed to rent cars and once you've travelled around the winding narrow roads you'll know why. The extensive bus/ferry system is the cheapest way to explore the island. You can go from one end to the other. The closest bus stop is a 10 minute walk. you can get bus/ferry tokens from the hotel office (the bus doesn't except paper currency) or go the post office near the bus stop and get a mutli day pass (this is the best option)
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