Gyms and fitness centres can be found at some of Bermuda’s larger hotels and resorts. Properties with fitness facilities include Cambridge Beaches, Elbow Beach, the Fairmont Hamilton Princess, the Fairmont Southampton, Grotto Bay, Newstead Belmont Hills, the Pink Beach Club, and Pompano Beach Club.
If your accommodation choice doesn’t have a gym you can visit one of the island’s private fitness clubs. Much of the island’s population is fairly health conscious so there’s a pretty good choice given Bermuda’s relatively small size. Most offer day or weekly passes suitable for tourists and other short-term visitors.
Options in Hamilton include the Court House, the Athletic Club, Magnum Power Force Gym, and the Olympic Club. Those outside the capital include Sandys 360 in Sandys Parish, 24 Hour Fitness in Hamilton Parish, and the Evolutions in St George’s Parish. The Bermuda Squash Racquets Association also boasts a small gym.
If you don’t want to pay there’s a free outdoor fitness trail at the Arboretum in Devonshire Parish. You could also try running on the beach (Warwick Long Bay is probably best) or along a stretch of the Railway Trail.
If you’re coming to the island to work, joining a gym is a great way to meet Bermudians and fellow expatriate workers.
24-hour gym in Hamilton Parish, close to the beach and park at Shelly Bay.
Gym in the centre of Hamilton offering a range of classes.
Squash club in Devonshire Parish with 4 courts and a popular gym.
Modern fitness centre in Hamilton with 3 squash courts.
Situated at Southside, the former US military base near LF Wade International Airport and St George.
11,000 square foot gym and health club in Hamilton run by former bodybuilding champion Ron Magnum.
8,000 square foot facility home to Bermuda’s only climbing wall.
Community sports complex in Somerset Village featuring a 25 metre indoor swimming pool and basketball court.