HAMILTON PARISH, BERMUDA—Rosewood Bermuda, formerly known as Rosewood Tucker’s Point, on January 2 will close to undergo a comprehensive $25-million renovation that will include the complete redesign of the resort’s guestrooms, Beach Club, Golf Clubhouse and Sense, A Rosewood Spa, as well as enhanced meeting space and new food and beverage outlets and concepts. The property will reopen in April.
The new hotel design will showcase furnishings and artwork from local Bermudian artists and artisans in a blend of the past and present. Dawson Design Associates will lead the design of the 92 guestrooms and suites, lobby and new Conservatory Bar and Lounge. London-based designer Alexander Waterworth Interiors Ltd. has been selected to redesign The Point restaurant, Tucker’s Bar, Beach Club and Golf Clubhouse.
Rosewood Bermuda’s guestrooms suites will be designed to capture Bermuda’s indigenous culture and natural surroundings. Featuring bespoke furniture, contemporary local art and hand-selected fabrics that reflect the local fauna and beach, the new rooms will speak to the island’s English colonial heritage in a contemporary way, according to the company. The soft neutral color palette will be complemented with azure blue accents and local, handcrafted accessories.
As part of the renovation, Gencom, Rosewood Bermuda’s new owner, will unveil and sell fully renovated fractional ownership units branded as the Tucker’s Point Private Residence Club. Gencom also is currently selling oceanfront lots, as well as lots oriented toward the golf course for luxury home development.