The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company plans to unveil its first Ritz-Carlton Reserve resort in Bermuda in 2018. The announcement marks a significant milestone for the development of Ritz-Carlton Reserve in the Caribbean and Latin America. The project will represent the third Reserve location to open in the region, following the opening of Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in 2012 and the expected opening of Puerto Los Cabos, Ritz-Carlton Reserve in 2018.
Located on the western end of Bermuda in the newly branded resort area of Caroline Bay, the site offers over 2.5 miles of shoreline and includes an expansive peninsula extending into the Great Sound. The 79-room resort will include amenities such as a mega-yacht marina and access to the nearby Port Royal Golf Club. The property will also house 173 residences and be designed to “recapture for modern travellers the storied, relaxed glamour of Bermuda during the 1950s and 1960s,” said Craig Christensen, CEO of Morgan’s Point, the projects developer.
“We have watched Bermuda as a destination closely for many years and believe the timing has never been better to introduce what will be a one of a kind, luxury experience to the island,” said Herve Humler, president and chief operating officer of The Ritz-Carlton.