TOURISM & HOSPITALLITY

Money woes create rifts at club

The chairman of the St George's Club Members Advisory Council is at loggerheads with the club's management over the hospitality business' financial future.

United Airlines cuts winter schedule

United Airlines has cut its winter schedule to Bermuda due to lack of demand.

Bermudian has ‘experience of a lifetime’ onboard Norwegian Gem

Denika Outerbridge, 22, spent eight months onboard the Norwegian Gem as an assistant waiter.

Night-blooming flower stops traffic on Pitts Bay Road

There's a new tourist hotspot on Pitts Bay Road where people have been pulling over to see the beautiful Night-blooming Cereus that flower there. Photos at bermudasun.bm.

German TV crew on island

A German film crew have been out and about in Bermuda filming footage for a television series that will run on their national television network later this year.
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Cruise ships don’t help all Dockyard businesses

Dockyard shops and restaurants are experiencing varied business impact as they stretch to accommodate the bigger cruise ships coming to Bermuda.

‘We need shovels in the ground’

“We’re back on the map” is the rallying call from Tourism Development Minister Shawn Crockwell, after a series of ‘encouraging’ recent developments in the industry.

Veendam returns in 2015 with Boston roundtrip

Holland America Line is returning to Bermuda in 2015 with seven-day cruises from Boston aboard MS Veendam, featuring three days and nights in Hamilton.

Ferry stoppage "unwarranted and inconvenient"

A spokesman for the Ministry of Transport said that the work stoppage by Marine and Ports staff on Thursday morning is "extremely damaging to Bermuda's reputation".

Tobacco Bay beach bar aims for island feel

Local live music, a smoking grill, fruity cocktails and fun on the water - it's all part of the island flavour being offered by the new Tobacco Bay bar this summer.
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PHOTOS: Renovations clicking along for Hamilton Princess

Renovations at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess are moving along nicely.

Just how valuable is the America’s Cup?

Bermuda could reap a financial windfall if it gets to host the 2017 America's Cup - 2013 hosts San Francisco saw an estimated $346 million.

Creating opportunities for Bermudians to learn

Nils Noren said Marcus Samuelsson worked with Karla Lacey and the Bermuda Hospitality Institute to help keep the cream of the crop from Bermuda College.

Samuelsson’s restaurant fully booked

The crowds flocked to witness the opening night of Bermuda[s most-talked about restaurant - Samuelsson at HP at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess Hotel.

World renowned chef's Hamilton Princess menu released

On June 3, 2014, acclaimed chef Marcus Samuelsson will open a two month pop-up restaurant, Samuelsson at HP at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess hotel.
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The Bermuda Sun bids farewell...

JUL 30, 2014: It marked the end of an era as our printers and collators produced the very last edition of the Bermuda Sun.

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