"Favorite place in the world"
From the "welcome home" to the last good-byes the Newstead and Bermuda are our favorite places in the world ...
Sep 2016 - Anne A
"We picked the right place!"
Can't wait to go back. Everything was perfect. BEAUTIFUL view from our balcony. Room clean and comfortable....
Sep 2016 - kmac1234
"A lovely stay at Newstead Belmont Bermuda"
“Position was excellent. Complimentary ferry to Hamilton. Wonderful affinity pool overlooking harbour. Sta...
Jul 2016 - Debbie
"Highly Recommend the Newstead Belmont Hills Resort"
“The hotel and staff were wonderful. It was a great value among the many very e...
Jul 2016 - Todd
Players teeing off at Bermuda’s breathtaking Belmont Hills Golf Course face two very different challenges: getting through 18 holes in as few shots as possible and making each moment last forever.
One guest (per room) of the Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort in Bermuda enjoys one complimentary round of golf per day — with full golf club service and complimentary transportation included — at this stunning, 18-hole championship course (cart fee not included and offer is not exchangable).
Belmont Hills Golf Course
Designed in 2002 by renowned golf course architect Algie M. Pulley, Jr., the course is a magnificently contoured showcase of Bermuda’s natural beauty. Featuring 6,100 yards of strategically laid out bunkers, multi-tiered greens and slender fairways, this world-class layout offers a challenging test for players of all handicaps. Panoramic views of bustling Hamilton Harbour and the Great Sound provide an inspiring accompaniment to every shot. The 17th and 18th holes in particular are among the finest finishing holes in the game.
One of the unique characteristics of this Bermuda resort’s golf course is the utilization of multiple water hazards, which is unusual for a Bermudian course. Two expansive ponds complement the dramatic landscape, with an automatic irrigation system keeping tees, fairways and greens - including Bermuda’s only double green (at 14,000 square feet) - in peak condition. Hundreds of trees have been planted or relocated to shape and define the fairways.