My friend and I visited Bermuda and stayed at Tucker's point for 3 nights It was late October so considered off-season. The property is beautiful and very well kept and there were very few people apparently staying there at this time of year. All of the staff were lovely and helpful, but we want to give special mention to Ashley at the reception, Roger and Raymond at the door, who were especially friendly and helpful.
We stayed in Smith's villa #1 and were upgraded to a suite with my Am Ex card which gave us extra space and a second bathroom. the room itself was very nice, with the exception of the patio furniture which had taken a beating from the elements and could stand to be replaced. It seemed the guests staying in the villa above we're not observing the no smoking policy so unfortunately the entry and main bath reeked of smoke the entire time If you stay in the villas I would suggest asking for the upstairs unit in case you have inconsiderate neighbors, and which would also give an even better view of the water, which was stunning.
The villas are separate from the main property down a huge fight of stairs. It was fine for my friend and I but wouldn't be good for anyone with limited mobility. The main property has two beautiful pools which were very serene. We spent some time at the beach which was amazing. It was off-season, so I imagine its more crowded otherwise, but it was private, clean and had chairs and umbrellas and staff to assist you getting set up. The restaurant at the beach had good food and a bar where we had several good lunches and some great dark and stormy's! Unlike other reviewers, we had no issues getting the shuttle back and forth to the main hotel. Since it was off-season the bar unfortunately closed up by 5pm, but we were told it stays open later during high season. We also ate at the Point restaurant one night, which was underwhelming. The staff was great but the food was mediocre and very expensive considering the quality. I am happy to spend $300for a fine dining experience, but this didn't hit the mark. Breakfasts at the same restaurant, which is the main for the hotel, was good, however. For dinner You would be better off taking a cab ride off the property.
We spent one rainy day in the spa which was lovely. My friend and I both had signature saddle wood massages, which were very good. We ventured off to horseshoe beach one day which was a stark contrast to the point. Beautiful beach but crowded even in late October and definitely a public beach without amenities. I couldn't wait to get back to Tucker's point.
In all, we loved the property and would definitely return!