SB Architects designs planned Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Bermuda

Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Bermuda
The property designed by SB Architects will open in 2018.

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company announced plans for its first Ritz-Carlton Reserve resort in Bermuda in 2018. The resort will operate under a management agreement with George’s Bay Hotel and George’s Bay Residences. The project will represent the third Reserve location to open in the region, following the opening of Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in 2012 and the scheduled opening of Puerto Los Cabos, Ritz-Carlton Reserve in 2018.

The hotel will be located on a site with 2.5 miles of shoreline, including a peninsula extending into the island’s Great Sound.

The 79-room property will open in Bermuda’s Caroline Bay resort. It will similarly have 173 residences, and all will have contemporary interpretation of British Colonial architecture designed by SB Architects. Amenities will include a mega yacht marina, half-mile beach and access to Port Royal Golf Course.

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Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Bermuda

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