Elbow Beach Resort Reopens Under New Management

Bermuda BeachClosed since March 2014, The Elbow Beach Resort has reopened under the management of veteran hotelier Edmund Burns. Previously managed by the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Burns was selected to spearhead the transition from a brand hotel to an independent hotel. 

As one of the oldest hotels in Bermuda, Burns believe the historical Elbow Beach has great potential: 

“This resort has all the assets needed to be successful,” said Mr. Burns. “Not the least of which is the best private beach in Bermuda, as well as a world-class spa, outstanding dining options and a strong staff of dedicated professionals.”

Either as a business or leisure traveler, The Elbow Beach is committed to being Bermuda’s premiere destination. 

“We are dedicated to being the hotel of choice in Bermuda for the business traveler whether hosting board meetings, conferences or leisure functions or coming to stay for whilst on business. We are also dedicated to making Elbow Beach Bermuda the resort of choice whenever the leisure traveler selects their travel destination and we are committed to invest our resources to make this happen.” 

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The hotel also benefits from a lucrative location, “We have an incredible location on one of the world’s most beautiful islands, which also happens to be less than a two-hour flight from a potential customer base in some of the most affluent cities in North America.”

Expect to see some changes over the coming months, with the announcement of several new projects aimed to appeal to the more high end, luxury traveler.

Visit: www.elbowbeachbermuda.com

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