Up market travel company Letsgo2 is highlighting Bermuda as the smart holiday location choice for post lockdown recovery.
The British Overseas Territory of Bermuda is now open for business again, welcoming visitors from the UK to the prospect of late autumn sunshine and exclusive beaches.
With low numbers of coronavirus cases and strict entry controls it is seen as a safe target destination for those looking for the perfect escape from UK lockdown restrictions, but still wanting the reassurance of a British culture, with golf courses, afternoon tea and even red phone boxes.
‘The combination of the late Autumn sun and a temperature hovering around 30 degrees, at the end of the hurricane season, together with its five star resorts, makes Bermuda hard to beat. With many of the top resorts now just opening attractive packages and now on offer,’ claims Letsgo2 Managing Director Chris Ward.
Letsgo2 have singled out its four favourite locations catering for all needs from reef lovers to golf addicts.
“For those wanting a classic British feel with unlimited golf our pick is the Rosewood Bermuda,” says Chris Ward.
“Opened in 2009 it sits on Bermuda’s largest private beach too, giving the opportunity for wind down after the morning’s 18 holes.”
“Our choice for Spa lovers is the Reefs, with its family owned make-your-own-rules spirit and spoil-yourself gracious hospitality,” notes Chris Ward. “This hotel has been here since 1947 and continues to delight loyal returning guests every year.”
“Catering for active beach lovers the Fairmont is the one we favour offering miles of pink sand on the south shore, a private beach club, tennis and golf. In short, something for everyone, and especially those who just can’t sit,” said Ward.
“But for those who can just sit, our top pick is the Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa – Bermuda’s most luxurious destination. With secluded beaches and breathless views, it’s the place that puts the ‘You’ in Bermuda and the ‘Ahh’ in relaxation”
Letsgo2 is one of the UK’s top up market holiday company, with 40-years’ experience in crafting holidays to be remembered. But to help prospective travellers to get a real on the ground sense of what it’s currently like to holiday in each of their main travel destinations they are recruiting a team of travel ambassadors.
Over the coming months, the team will be reporting on what it’s like for tourists, and live streaming interviews with hoteliers and holidaymakers for our customers to live chat and get a first-hand account with those in the resort.