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Elbow Beach is the biggest let down on the island after visiting Bermuda annually. They continue to underpay their employees which has caused the hotel to suffer. The rooms smell like wet dog and mold. I would not reccomend this hotel to anyone, front desk...More
We recently stayed at the elbow beach resort and spa. I am conflicted with my review because on the one hand the rooms are "tired" and in desperate need of a makeover and on the other hand it has one of the most beautiful beaches...More
Turquoise water. Soft sand. Pink_ish in color.Simply heaven on earth. Enjoyed a beach day pass while on a cruise. Quiet and super relaxing. Worth every penny. Will definitely be back soon! Oh and convenient shower and restrooms available. Easy to call taxi to return you...More
We were here for a reward work trip and had a great time. The rooms are nice but it is odd that the main hotel is vacant. Bermuda is expensive so prices come with the territory. Beach is gorgeous. Pool area was very quiet. I...More
We just got back from a 5 day stay at Elbow Beach Resort. I can't believe I'm writing a negative review about such a beautiful place, but unfortunately there were more cons than pros.
-Drop dead gorgeous beach. Well maintained
4 Thank Amanda G
Response from ElbowBeach, Guest Relations Manager at Elbow Beach, BermudaResponded 6 days ago
Dear Amanda G,
Thank you for thanking the time to review your stay at our resort.
We are happy to hear that you enjoyed our beach and complimentary upgrade.
We regret to read that you found our prices quite expensive. Please bear in mind that...More
I’ve stayed at the Elbow three times, and have been to Bermuda 7 times. My teenage daughter and I just got back from a quick spring break tennis getaway. The Elbow is our go to place for several reasons: 1) It’s not crazy... More
I’ve stayed at the Elbow three times, and have been to Bermuda 7 times. My teenage daughter and I just got back from a quick spring break tennis getaway. The Elbow is our go to place for several reasons: 1) It’s not crazy hectic like the Southampton Princess, 2) it’s right on the beach, 3) there are five tennis courts on property, 4) it has three restaurants, 5) there is live music a couple of nights a week, 6) they have a workout center, 7) It is centrally located to Hamilton (only a 10 minute cab ride), 8) and the staff is wonderful. The Elbow does have a kids club, but my children are WAY too old to participate. Many families come to the Elbow year after year. I stayed at the Southampton Princess many years ago, and one of the days we were in Bermuda it poured like crazy. We took a cab ride over to the Southampton because I wanted to check it out again. The difference is that it is HUGE—it feels more like a corporate getaway than something for the family. I don’t know how many restaurants they have, but they have quite a few. They do have a kids club at the Southampton, but I couldn’t tell you what it’s like. There are several shops located on site that are pretty much what you would find in Hamilton, but I did see a room next to one of the shops that looked like a kids club type room. You would have to take a shuttle down to the beach because it’s not really in walking distance. Your cab ride to Hamilton would also be a little bit longer. Your best bet is to call both hotels to see if they offer babysitting and if they can accommodate a 20 month old in a kids club. Your child might be too young. The Belmont is also a nice hotel, but I couldn’t tell you if they offer a kids club or babysitting. It’s a little further out, and they are not right on the beach. Bermuda doesn’t disappoint.