The Ritz-Carlton Reserve resort will operate under a management agreement with George’s Bay Hotel and George’s Bay Residences
Premier hospitality giant, The Ritz-Carlton, has set in motion its plans to unveil its maiden Reserve resort in Bermuda by 2018. The said property is expected to operate under a long-term management agreement with both George’s Bay Hotel and George’s Bay Residences.
A marked milestone for the development in the Caribbean and Latin America, the project represents the third such location to launch in the region, and follows the opening of Dorado Beach in 2012 and the upcoming debut of Puerto Los Cabos, Ritz-Carlton Reserve in two years.
Situated in an area of historical significance on the western end of Bermuda, the site boasts more than 2.5 miles of shoreline and an expansive peninsula extending into the Great Sound. Offering three ultra-luxurious encounters, the brand was created for guests who measure wealth by the richness of their experiences.
Inspired by the notion that the concept luxury is ever-changing, the bespoke collection is brought to life by its deep focus on elements which speak fluently to connoisseurs of experience. The stable is currently represented by Phulay Bay in Krabi, Thailand and Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Puerto Rico.
In September, the company saw the opening of Mandapa, a destination in Ubud, Bali. Recently named by highly reputed London-based consultancy, Luxury Branding, the world’s most popular luxury hotel brand, the group presently offers a collection of seven luxury hotels throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.
In addition to the above, future establishments in the region include Panama City, Los Cabos, and Mexico City. Meanwhile, the iconic chain’s portfolio includes 91 hotels around the world, with expectations for the brand to reach 100 hotels by the end of 2016.
“We have watched Bermuda as a destination closely for many years and believe the timing has never been better to introduce what will be a one-of-a-kind luxury experience to the island,” said Herve Humler, President and Chief Operating Officer at The Ritz-Carlton.