If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Paget Parish, look no further than Fourways Inn.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and Fourways Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a concierge and room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Thyme, one of the Spanish restaurants that can be found in Paget Parish, which is a short distance from Fourways Inn.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular art museum like The Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, which is a short distance from the hotel.
The staff at Fourways Inn looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We reserved a table at Fourways after looking for different dinner spots. Waterlot, a favorite, was still closed. Atmosphere, service and food were all superb at Fourways. Great menu with a fabulous selection of wines. Enjoyed our first meal so much, we booked again for our last night.
Here after a long hiatus of Covid restrictions, this was my first time back to Bermuda since January 2020. Besides the Covid PCR test and travel authorization, I was required to quarantine the first day until receiving the PCR test results from the Covid test I received at the brand new LF Wade International Airport. I’ve stayed at Fourways previously. My family and I have eaten here many times. Their Sunday brunches are fantastic and a big hit with my toddler. They made the quarantine easy by serving dinner in the room. The staff is friendly and helpful. The location is quite good on Middle Road. Easy access to town. Trips to St George’s; Dockyard, Horseshoe Bay; Somerset and Town were quick.
I hate writing anything negative regarding a property, but I felt I should be honest about the experience we had. We arrived late in the evening after a very long travel day. We waited at the front desk, ringing the bell multiple times with no one appearing… that was until I found a patron of the restaurant who alerted the staff. We were shown to our room, and were smacked in the face with a strong smell of Chlorine? Maybe it was the cleaning solution, but it smelt like we were staying inside an indoor pool of the 1990s. The room itself was relatively clean, minus the microwave and fridge, which had old food residue and stains throughout, which we had to wipe down and clean. Also, the décor was very, very dated. I feel like a few small changes could really transform the room around, like something minor like a new comforter on the bed, pillows, matching furniture, etc. The staff was very nice and very accommodating when we could find them, like helping us figure out a scooter rental. But more times than not, when we needed something it was hard to track an employee down. Maybe they were understaffed because of Covid? Unclear. One day we came back to the room, and saw that our balcony door lock had been broken after the cleaning staff had been inside. Unfortunately, at 4pm they told us there was no one on the staff who would be able to fix it until the next day, so we missed out on 24 hours of being able to go on our balcony to relax, because the lock was stuck. Not a huge deal, just a disappointment. When we arrived from the airport, we had to quarantine in the room until our Covid results came back. We were hoping to order room service, but were surprised that the only food they offered was from the hotel restaurant, which was very fancy and expensive. We only wish they had a small, and slightly cheaper room service menu -- it definitely would come in handy during these times, and also an option if you were looking to stay at the hotel pool during the day and wanted a light lunch. Lastly, I think the part that really disappointed us was that we had an early flight at 10:20am on a weekend. When we called down to the front desk at 8am to call for a taxi, no one answered the phone. We kept calling for 15 minutes, but no one picked up. We took our luggage to the main building, only to discover that every door was locked! At this time, it was 8:30am and we were scrambling to try to figure out a ride to the airport. Luckily while standing outside, we downloaded the Hitch app and got a ride, eventually. We also had nowhere to leave the key, or to check out with anyone, so we left the key on the ground by the front door and left them a voicemail, telling them where it was. It just seemed strange that no one was answering the door, especially since it wasn’t that early for a hotel. Also, one last comment. If you are getting a room on the second floor, be careful! Strangely the doors open outward, so it’s hard to maneuver and not fall down the stairs, especially with bags and suitcases. Overall, I’ve heard from many people that the Fourways is a fantastic restaurant. I think possibly the staff puts most of their energy into perfecting this part, and because of that, the hotel sadly suffers. My husband and I travel extensively and have stayed at many different types of hotels, and unfortunately the price of this hotel does not match the quality and service.…
This place was absolutely gorgeous. It is a selection of cottages with self contained rooms within. I stayed in a deluxe room on the first floor of one of the cottages and I was not disappointed. The care taken in this current Covid climate was evident. Upon arrival I was welcomed by the concierge and then the person who took my cases sprayed them with disinfectant and then put on gloves before handling them. I was taken to my room and greeted with a strong smell of disinfectant - a welcome aroma in this current climate! I was shown everything that was in it - king sized bed, small sitting area, a desk, a balcony, flat screen tv, phone, radio alarm, bathroom with double sinks, toilet, walk in shower and a small kitchenette area with microwave, fridge, kettle and complimentary condiments. Such a nice feature! I had a direct view of the pool, beyond which the skyline of the colourful rooftops of the Bermudian homes and the sea created a lovely backdrop. Every morning I would go onto my balcony to breath in the fresh sea air and to feel the weather, which was quite deceiving as it’s not until you step out of the doors of your cottage or the hotel itself, that the reality of the heat of a day will hit you. I opted not to have breakfast so I cannot comment on that but I did have a meal here on my last night and brunch on my last day - so I will write a separate review on that experience under the restaurant section The service from the staff was top class. They were ALL exemplary in their manners and willingness to offer additional support whenever required. The managers Alex and Andy were both such awesome hosts. Nothing was too much for them. Alex in particular was so full of life and shared a lot of his local knowledge having lived on the island for over thirty years. The location of the hotel was ideal for getting around the island as it’s pretty much in the middle. And if you’re on a budget there’s no need to hire a car or bike. You can catch the bus any and everywhere. For the six days that I was here I went out for four full days of excursions on my own and had no problems with the bus routes or the safety whilst travelling solo. You can get to the south shore road, where a lot of the beaches are, very easily. There is also a local supermarket within 10mins walk and a couple of takeaways although there is an island delivery business that services quite a few eateries island wide. Genuinely, for a three star accommodation, they give five star service and in my opinion the only things that i would change if I could would be 1) the decor of the bedrooms - they could do with freshening up to look a bit more modern. Maybe less of the coloured bedspreads. And 2) upgrading the TV to smart TVs so that it can link up to ones phone and/or laptop. Having said that, these are just my personal opinions. It would not be a barrier to me returning here to stay or for me recommending it to anyone else to stay here. All in all I had a wonderful time!!!…
I am sorry to write this review and the rating is based purely off the room, not the food. The food is absolutely amazing and always is/has been! My boyfriend and I did the staycation deal in Aug. While the staff were friendly and pleasant with check in and check out being a breeze I was extremely disappointed with the rooms. They were dated and disgustingly decorated. For a few dollars and very little effort these rooms could easily be redecorated/ furnished making them far more appealing then they currently are. I unfortunately only took a picture of the bed and TripAdvisor does not allow video uploads but the rooms honestly looked like the inside of a motel. The only upside was the balcony with a beautiful view of the pool/courtyard and the food as mentioned above. That being said the $199/night included a 3 course meal for two (excluding alcohol/taxes) which we found to be an extremely good deal minus the disappointing rooms. …