Pink Beach suffered significant damage from a hurricane a few years ago. That combined with the fact that they are in receivership made us wary of staying there. However, once we arrived we were pleasantly surprised with the quality of service and our room. We were given an upgrade to one of Pink Beach's best suites (Ambassador #1). That combined with a 25% former guest discount definitely made this a good value. Our rooms were lovely and our large balcony overlooked the beautiful beach for which this complex is named. The staff responded to every request quickly and in a friendly manner.
The food was excellent (but it would be nice if the dessert menu changed). The hotel wasn't crowded. Only eight or nine tables were filled at dinner each night. This was early in the season (they just opened the previous week).
The beds are firm (as I saw in previous posts) but comfortable to us. The pillows could use updating, but when I requested softer pillows they were delivered immediately to our room.
There was a patch in the living room ceiling. We didn't pay too much attention to it until there were torrential rains and we noticed a drip. We were given access to the suite next door so that we could move if this worsened. Luckily it didn't and we stayed put. We were told by another couple that they had a drip right over their bed and they were moved to another room. Maintenance is definitely an issue which must be addressed.
Overall the staff and location are well worth the visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- There are 25 cottages along 2 beaches. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Pink Beach Club & Cottages Hotel Tucker`s Town
- Pink Beach Club And Cottages
- Pink Beach Hotel
- Pink Beach Resort
- Pink Beach Club Bermuda
- Pink Beach Club & Cottages Bermuda