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There are a lot of places to shop on front street, but this is the place to get something really beautiful that you will cherish and remember your trip by forever. The prices vary, but there are affordable pieces to fit ever budget.
We visited Hamilton, Bermuda as part of a sea cruise by the cruise ship, Anthem of the Seas. Hamilton is a quaint British colony (autonomous) and worth a visit for a day or two. One can reach their either by flight from mainland USA or...More
Fun place for the family to go especially if there is rain in the forecast. Several type of variety stores and all types of shopping. Some High end boutique stores can be expensive. Look for sale signs. Beautiful Bermuda Art!
Very picturesque harbor front street with a wide variety of shops and restaurants. There are many small alleyways off Front that are worth exploring. Front Street shops tend to be pricy but just off Front is a major street, Queen I believe, that had reasonable...More
Bermuda has long been a place that punches well above its weight in the world's consciousness. Front Street is a fine example of why -- you find yourself marveling at how they managed to set so many top-quality retail and restaurant options into such a...More
Our taxi driver dropped us at one end of Front Street and we spent about an hour walking along the street and towards the ferry terminal while doing some window shopping and souvenir buying. Nothing must see, but some nice stores, as well as the...More
Response from gardengirlBoston | Reviewed this property |
The only hotel that I know of that is close to Front street of that height would be the Hamilton Princess which opened in 1885 and has its own marina. We stayed at the hotel twice in the past year and it is a beauty.