Bermuda is not only a top destination for honeymooners in search of a romantic and quiet location, families looking for a child-friendly vacation or golfers attracted by challenging courses. To some, it might seems like a boring place, lacking of the festive spirit of the neighbouring Caribbean. But they’d be wrong!
This couldn’t be further from the truth because life doesn’t stop after sunset in Bermuda. If you want to wind down after a day of sports or a lazy time on the beach, you will find bars and clubs to match your mood, whether you feel dancing the night away or just share a few drinks with friends
Nightlife in Bermuda is distinguished like everything else in the island and you get a real feel of the traditional English hospitality. One of the major difference with most tropical holiday destinations is that everyone in restaurants, pubs, bars and clubs is dressed smartly and act accordingly. You will not be sitting next to groups of topless loud guys getting drunk or be eating amongst people in their swimming suits.
When it comes to it, Hamilton is definitely the place to go, at night. Choose from the many pubs such as The Docksider Pub which has a wine bar and a back venue with live music or the Swizzle Inn, the oldest Bermuda pub with its reputed rum punch and its famous walls covered of customers’ messages.
If you are staying near the Royal Naval Dockyard, the Frog and Onion Pub is the biggest British pub in Bermuda and located in an old barrel making workshop.
If you are a night owl, you can go clubbing in style with a choice of venues. The Deep, in the Elbow Beach Hotel, is given the top spot by Trip Advisor:
“The Deep is one of Bermuda’s Premier Night-clubs. During my stay at Elbow Beach Resort the club was open Friday night through Sunday night. A good mixture of people, music was awesome! Atmosphere and décor is great!”
Behind closed doors, historic city St-Georges gets modern in Light, Bermuda’s newest and hippest club. In the only nightclub to be located by the water, enjoy some of Bermuda’s top DJs and live performers.
If you are not a fan of the Bermuda night clubs (or night clubs in general) – or want something different where you can have fun with your family – try the beach party at the Snorkel Park at the Royal Naval Dockyard.
Enjoy a barbecue dinner at sunset, live entertainment such as dance performance and music, limbo show, conga lines, even games and contests, all of this in a relaxed atmosphere where locals and tourists are mixing.
So if you ever thought that Bermuda was just a laid back place that goes to sleep with the sun, come over and experience some high quality nighttime entertainment. You’ll be glad you can lounge around your hotel swimming-pool the next morning!
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