Rosedon captivates from the moment of arrival, royal blue awnings signaling a warm welcome to longtime guests and new friends. Our boutique hotel has the look and feel of a stately Bermudian manor with custom designed rooms and classic furnishings that evoke another era. Relax and take a stroll through our tropical gardens abloom with red poinciana trees and bougainvillea. Enjoy the very British tradition of afternoon tea every day or a Bermudian Rum Swizzle party every Tuesday night as you dance the night away to the sounds of a Calypso singer or steel pan band.
In May 2019, Rosedon officially unveiled a new look as Relais & Châteaux’s newest member on the island of Bermuda. Over the past two years, the historic colonial-style mansion has undergone a complete renovation, modernizing its guest rooms, restaurant, common areas, event spaces and exteriors, while preserving the property’s old-world charm. The reinvented Rosedon offers Bermuda a unique boutique hospitality experience, giving luxury travelers a new reason to visit the island. Originally a traditional bed & breakfast purchased in 1950, today the boutique hotel’s new image invokes a uniquely Bermudian experience with 40 individually decorated rooms, a sustainable culinary and wine program, modern wellness offerings and creative brand partnerships.
Relaxed and effortlessly luxurious, Rosedon’s bedrooms are individually decorated so no two are exactly alike. The rooms in the main house and garden area include large comfortable beds, pillowtop mattresses, high-quality bed linens, large bathrooms and plush towels.
Located in the historic main house is the new restaurant Huckleberry – named in tribute to Mark Twain who loved Bermuda and visited often. Enjoy seasonally-inspired menu featuring smoky, steamed mussels and blackened local rockfish among many other delectable options; all fresh and savory, from sea-to-plate and farm-to-table.
Located on Pitt's Bay Road, a short five-minute walk to the colourful capital of Hamilton, Rosedon gives guests the feeling of being on an elegant country estate despite being conveniently located in the middle of the city.