The Loren at Pink Beach is a beautiful hotel in a lovely location. It's perched steps above a very pretty and private pink sand beach with floor to ceiling ocearn views from the minute you enter the lobby. A very warm welcome on arrival was followed by impeccable service throughout our stay. Views are amazing, all suites face the ocean. Our villa was incredibly spacious with more amazing views yet very private, also meticulously clean and fully appointed. Food was superb. Room service was very prompt. Looking forward to our return!
We have had a fabulous two week holiday at The Loren which all started twelve months ago, post booking, when Quay, in Guest Experiences, introduced herself to us. After a common misconception on my part that ‘she’ was a ‘he’ 😊, Quay spent the year advising us, answering all our questions, clarifying ever changing Covid and entry requirements and building the first week of our holiday. The Loren have an excellent Concierge Book, which does require some updating, and from this Quay booked all our restaurant, golf and taxi reservations so that we arrived with a full schedule for week one. Then whilst staying Quay and her colleagues attended to our every requirement and further reservations thus making us feel right at home. There are too many to mention but Jo, Alex, Olga, Yullia, housekeeping along with Quay, all made our holiday what it turned out to be. Fantastic. After a lot or research and price comparisons we choose The Loren and are very pleased that we did. It is very centrally placed on the island and is close to Tuckers Point Golf Club where we spent time and had some very fine meals. The Loren is 15/20 minutes by taxi and bus from then centre of Hamilton and St. Georges, both towns that we visited twice, and will placed for short taxi rides to a plethora of restaurants. The Royal Dockyards is a must visit, make sure you see the dolphins at the museum, (you can even arrange to swim with them), and only a twenty minute ferry ride from Hamilton which is a lot cheaper than a long taxi ride. No-one can drive over 20mph in Bermuda but at 23 miles long and no more than about 1.5 miles at it’s widest point, nothing is to far away from The Loren. The hotel has a gorgeous, small beach with stunning views from The Pink Beach Club restaurant where we ate breakfast every day. All Hotel Suites, as rooms are called, have sea views and extensive balconies and we stayed in suites 201 and 202 which are away from the pool and bar areas, so quieter. I would say that the quietest room is 206 right at the end on the right as you look at the hotel from the sea. Our suites were gorgeous and very comfortable. Big King beds, fantastic mattresses and rooms with loads of space and a beautiful ‘his’ and ‘hers’ bathroom with an immense rainforest power shower which was always piping hot at any time of day. Suites have a fully stocked minibar (but which is not free.) We ended up stocking up with wine and G&T’s from the local supermarket. The Loren has 54 bedrooms of which, 34 I believe, are in the hotel. The rest are in villas set back between the hotel and the road so not such good sea views but still stunning villas. We loved the small, boutique nature of the hotel and staying out of season, we felt like we were the only guests in residence. The Loren is a gorgeous hotel, well it was to us. Warm friendly staff in gorgeous surroundings. Spacious, beautifully furnished and very welcoming. There were a couple of minor hitches which Quay and her colleagues attended to quickly and efficiently, both with satisfactory outcomes for us. Now the crux. Bermuda is not cheap. Whilst everyone says that there are no taxes, everything is imported and thus taxed and this feeds through. On the hotel room rate on The Loren’s website, you must add 18.75% for taxes and gratuities. This is covered by a short single sentence in the booking confirmation but was not clear to us when we booked. Maybe we missed it on the website. We booked direct by the way which was cheaper than a couple of other third party sources. The Loren charge an optional 2% of the room rate, for eco reasons, which we had removed from our bill and 2% on all food and drink items as well. All food and drink items everywhere incur a mandatory 17.5% gratuity. In two weeks on food, drink, buses, taxis, golf ($700 for four rounds), museum and other entry fees, we spent circa US$7,500 for two of us. This was in addition to our room rate for fourteen nights of circa US$8,478.00 including taxes and gratuities. However, we knew that Bermuda was expensive and planned for these costs, so no surprises. We highly recommend The Loren Hotel and it's warm, welcoming and friendly to staff. It is a fantastic place to stay and when we return, we really do not think that we will stay anywhere else. …
I spent 3 nights at The Loren and it was just what I needed to kick off the year! My amazing seaview room had the best views of the resort and Atlantic ocean combined, better than I had imagined. I spent most of my trip at the resort, mainly by the beach bar where I was always so well looked after by Suba. He was the highlight of the trip, always so friendly and welcoming, one of the best I've met at any resort. The Loren will see me again!
5 stars! Outstanding service. Locally quality sourced food. Excellent entertainment and Victor and Olga were amazing, nothing was to difficult. They made our stay wonderful, they gave outstanding service and can provided a knowledgeable perspective on the island.
Clean, upscale and relaxed luxury with lovely hospitality and amenities. You feel like you are at a private retreat with manicured grounds and a stunning oceanside restaurant. Although I missed their bi-weekly Thursday jazz series, a definite must see.
This is a beautiful hotel! In the midst of a lot of "old school" hotels! It is a breath of fresh air because it is modern and upscale. The staff is top notch and the rooms and the setting on the ocean are magnificent. We were in a villa up the hill and although it didn't have an ocean view the outdoor patio was lovely. The only reason I didn't give it five stars (hope management is listening...) is for a few suggestions I would like to make. The Loren like most hotels here is not close to any other restaurants or stores unless you are in Hamilton. Therefore you can't walk to a coffee shop, or honestly anywhere because the two-lane roads are very narrow and not pleasant to walk anyway.You will need to take a taxi or rent a scooter, or I believe they rent electric two seater vehicles. The first is that coffee service in the lobby would be a great addition since we were here a week and spent a lot of money in the restaurants. Although they had a Nespresso in the room it would be nice to have a place where there was coffee and a "grab and go" breakfast/food to take back to your room. The food and drinks here and in Bermuda are very expensive because it is an island in the middle of the ocean after all. We would recommend the restaurant here --it is really good here and has a beautiful setting on the ocean and the food is better than most places. We also enjoyed Aurora in Hamilton. The second suggestion is to have a better bar. We know we are here off season but there are no stools at the bar in the restaurant here nor is there an outdoor bar. There is a tavern inside but it feels completely different from the hotel and is small and doesn't really fit the vibe. Also there are alot of private events there so it was closed. Given there was no where else to go nearby there are no other options. I would come back again and hope that some of these things have changed. …
The staff was so friendly and attentive. Quay helped us schedule activities in Bermuda since it was our first time there. The food was excellent and the wait staff was so friendly. The New Year Eve party was so fun with a great band. Plan to go back next year. We can’t wait!
Can't rate this night highly enough! They did an all inclusive ticket for New Years Eve party and never once had to wait more than 5 minutes for a drink! They had lots of bartenders and staff around, great food for late night nibbles and a boozy ice cream bar! The decorations were phenomenal! Sitting at the edge of the ocean too you could go out and check the stars or stay under the tent and listen to the band! And the band was amazing! All the right tunes for the crowd I think the best part was the indoor fireworks (is that the right word? Large Sparklers!) were placed strategically around the venue for the countdown and made everything look magical! 12/10!! Will be going back every year from now on! Truly one of the best NYE parties I have ever been to!
We love this location and amenities and the food is normally excellent. It’s a great hotel with one of the best dining views on the island and if you’re relaxing by the pool you’ll be super lucky if Vlad is working. He’s the standout round the pool and nothing is too much hassle. Thanks for looking after us Vlad.
We have visited this hotel since 2017 (with a 3 yr gap because of the pandemic). This was our first year back and I’m so happy that the hotel is still immaculate and the staff is even more warm and welcoming than I can imagine. This is not an inexpensive hotel, but worth every single penny. This year it felt like coming home - and this hotel will continue to be on our annual vacation list.