A new project that includes Bermuda’s first Ritz-Carlton Resort promises to raise the bar for luxury hospitality and vacation real estate.
By Alyson PItare
If the idea of living directly on the waterfront with access to a mega-yacht marina, five-star hotel and luxury residences overlooking the azure seas of Bermuda sparks your sense of wanderlust, then you may want to keep close watch on Caroline Bay, Bermuda, over the next two years. The tropical sanctuary has promised to be “the flagship for a new era of luxury hospitality in Bermuda,” according to CraigChristensen, president and CEO of Morgan’s Point Ltd., the development company behind the much-anticipated project.
The first phase will feature a 79-room Ritz-Carlton Reserve resort — the first Ritz-Carlton inBermuda — and world-class amenities such as restaurants, an indoor/outdoor spa and upscale boutiques, a mega-yacht marina with slips for 79 boats and 23 super yachts, and 35 branded waterfront residences represented exclusively by Coldwell Banker Caroline Bay. Adds Christensen: “The first block of residences is scheduled to be ready for occupancy in the summer of 2017, with the remaining blocks to open consecutively, one per month, until all five are completed.”
Nestled in a cove on the island’s west end…