The Grape Bay Beach Hotel has now closed. It was opened by in 2003 by the Bermuda Resort Hotels group, a local hospitality company that also managed the Wharf Executive Suites, Surf Side Beach Club, and the Harmony Club. Prior to this the property was the White Sands Hotel. In 2009 Miami-based Tecton Hospitality took over the management of the Grape Bay Beach Hotel and the Surf Side Beach Club. The following year the property ceased to operate as a hotel and was leased to the Bermuda Hospitals Board as accommodation for nursing staff. We have kept this listing online as many of our readers are still searching for information about the hotel.
Formerly the White Sands, this secluded Bermuda retreat was recently resurrected as the Grape Bay Beach Hotel and is rapidly gaining rave reviews.
Two classes of rooms are available. The Deluxe Terrace Wing offers Garden View rooms with a balcony. These are available with king beds or 2 doubles. The Superior Rooms offer full views of the Atlantic and most have king sized beds.
Grape Bay is situated in a quiet upmarket residential area. A very secluded and relatively unknown beach is just a few minutes walk from the hotel making it a good choice for those who value their privacy. Buses can be caught on the South Road to both Hamilton and the Royal Naval Dockyard. It’s a bit of a walk to the stop but the hotel operates a shuttle service for those who don’t fancy renting a scooter from local liveries Eve’s Cycles or Oleander Cycles.
The recently redesigned Belmont Hills Golf Course is just a few minutes drive away, as is the immensely popular Elbow Beach. Other nearby attractions include Paget Marsh, the Railway Trail and the Bermuda Botanical Gardens.
The Grape Bay Beach Hotel is owned by Bermuda Resort Hotels who also run the Harmony Club, Surf Side Beach Club and the Wharf Executive Suites.