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BERMUDA - DESTINATION

BERMUDA

This information has been made possible by the kind courtesy of
The Bermuda Department of Tourism and The Bermuda Chamber of Commerce.

All fees and conditions subject to change without notice.
Mr. Richard Kitson
SATH Regional Director (Bermuda)


BERMUDA DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM

Global House
43 Church Street
Hamilton HM BX
Bermuda
Tel: (441) 292-0023
Fax: (441) 292-7537
Website: www.bermudatourism.com
675 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10017
U.S.A.
Tel: (212) 818-9800
Tel: (800) 223-6106 (from US and Canada)
Fax: (212) 983-5289
Email: travel@bermudatourism.com

Tulip House
70 Borough High Street
London SE1 1XF
United Kingdon
Tel: +44 (0) 207-864-9924
Fax: +44 (0) 207-864-9966
Email: ukEurope@bermudatourism.com


PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
2007
New Year’s Day: Monday, January 1
Good Friday: Friday, April 6
Bermuda Day: Thursday, May 24
Queen’s Birthday Monday, June 11
Emancipation Day Thursday, August 2
Somers’ Day: Friday, August 3
Labour Day: Monday, September 3
Remembrance Day: Sunday, November 11
Christmas Day: Tuesday, December 25
Boxing Day: Wednesday, December 26



Immigration Regulations • Bermuda

RETURN OR ONWARD TICKET
A return or onward ticket, or other proof of onward transportation to a country to which the passenger has right of entry, is required of all visitors.

PASSPORTS
Passports are the preferred document for entry into Bermuda and are required of all visitors from countries that require a passport for re-entry purposes or for entry through another country to which the passenger has right of entry.

PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP AND IDENTIFICATION
All travelers must carry with them proof of citizenship and personal identification (including government issued photo ID) relevant to a return to their own country or for re-entry through another foreign country, as required by Bermuda Immigration authorities. This applies to adults and children traveling alone or with their parents. See ‘Requirements for Children’ for additional notes concerning children who are traveling with an adult other than a parent and/or are in the process of adoption.

Visitors from the USA must present any one of the following items of identification (including photo ID):US. Passport (if expired it should be of sufficiently recent vintage so that the photograph resembles the bearer);§

Birth Certificate with a raised seal or official stamp, together with photo ID issued by a competent municipal authority or certified copy, with photo ID (photo ID is often not available for children aged 16 years or under who are traveling with their parents);§ U.S. Re-entry Permit;§ 111.5. Naturalization Certificate;§ U.S. Permanent Resident Card (refer also to Visas later in this document).NOTE: All US citizens returning to the U.S. must have valid passports. Passports are the only recognized travel document for American travelers returning to the U.S.

Visitors from Canada must present any one of the following items of identification:Valid Canadian Passport; Birth Certificate or certified copy, together with photo ID; or

For people born outside of Canada, a Canadian Certificate of Citizenship, or Canadian Permanent Resident Card.Visitors from the U.K. and Western Europe must present a valid passport from their country.Whatever the visitor’s country of origin, these things should be stressed:Driver’s license is not acceptable as proof of citizenship;

Foreign citizens not bearing one of the listed documents may be refused entry into Bermuda (specific requirements can be obtained from your own Immigration Department);

Neither Bermuda nor US Immigration Authorities accept a notarized copy of a hospital birth certificate, or similar non-government document as proof of citizenship;Married women whose identification documents are in their maiden name, but who are traveling under their married name, should also carry their marriage certificate or certified copy as further proof of identity.
REQUIREMENTS FOR CHILDREN(See also Proof of Citizenship and Identification above)

Children traveling with an adult other than a parent must be in possession of the travel documents specified above along with a letter from a parent authorizing the adult to accompany the child for the trip.Parents of adopted children should be particularly careful that they carry with them the proper documents for their adopted children, especially if the children are of a different nationality. Parents in the process of adopting children are advised not to leave their country with the children until all the legalities and paperwork have been finalized.Children entering Bermuda for the purpose of adoption must be in possession of documents from the Bermuda Department of Immigration confirming they have been cleared for entry into Bermuda.Remember, a valid passport is always the best document for any traveler to carry.

LENGTH OF STAY
Most bona fide visitors with a confirmed return ticket and place of accommodation will have no difficulties with Bermuda Immigration Control. There is a special Secondary Immigration Control section at the airport to deal with any arriving passengers who are in unusual circumstances. Bermuda Immigration authorities may restrict length of stay, for example, passengers arriving with an open return ticket will have a time limit imposed upon them. An application to extend the length of stay must be made in person either at the Secondary Immigration Control on arrival, or by appointment with an Immigration Inspector at Immigration Headquarters in the City of Hamilton.Passengers who arrive with only a one-way ticket into Bermuda will not be admitted unless prior Bermuda Immigration authorization has been given. People wishing to enter Bermuda for the purpose of residence, employment, or for an indefinite period, will not be permitted to land unless they have prior authorization from Bermuda Immigration authorities to do so.

ARRIVAL BY AIR
Your aircraft will land on a runway at the Bermuda International Airport in the parish of St. George. It will then taxi to the terminal at the west end of the airport, a site which overlooks the waters of Castle Harbour. The public side of the terminal borders on the coastline of the harbor where you will exit after you have been landed.You will have told the senior cabin attendant, in good time, about any special requirements to assist you in leaving the aircraft. You should seek assistance, if required, in completing the Immigration Passenger Form (one per person) and the Customs Traveler Declaration (one per household). The airport has available a passenger transporter that will enable your safe and comfortable arrival from the aircraft exit to the ground level. There are no jet ways at the Bermuda International Airport.At this level, you will find Immigration, Customs and the Baggage Hall. Restroom facilities are wheelchair accessible. All ground transportation is located immediately outside. An agent from your airline will normally accompany you through the whole process, if required. Baggage Porters are available to assist all arriving passengers.Upon arrival at Immigration, you will be greeted by a Customs Officer. You should present your completed forms, passport and airline tickets. Once formally landed, you should visit the cashier where duty will be collected on any goods that exceed your allowance. Next, a Custom Officer will collect and review your declaration form. In some instances, a secondary inspection will be conducted. Once Customs procedures have been completed, you will exit the airport terminal to ground transportation.

ARRIVAL BY SEA
All vessels enter Bermuda waters through shipping lanes at the east end of the Island. There are three posts of entry:1. Hamilton — Front Street Docks2. St George — Penno ‘s Wharf3. Sandy’s (or Dockyard) — King’s WharfOnce alongside the wharf, the purser’s office and shore excursion staff will be willing to assist you with questions and information about activities in Bermuda. Chances are, you will have received information and made decisions during the ocean crossing. Ground transportation at all three ports is readily available.

SIGHTSEEING ATTRACTIONS
“Daily” means seven days a week.(BNT) denotes Bermuda National Trust properties. Bermuda National Trust Members are admitted free with valid membership card Bermuda has a reciprocal agreement with National Trusts around the world. Bermuda National Trust “Combination Ticket”: $10 (includes Tucker House Museum. Bermuda National Trust Museum and Verdmont Museum, and is available for purchase at all three Museums).(HBP) denotes the Heritage Bermuda Passport which offers unlimited admission to eight cultural attractions within a seven-day period for one low price. The attractions are: the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo, Bermuda Maritime Museum (home of Dolphin Quest), Bermuda National Trust Museums (Verdmont Museum, Tucker House Museum, and Bermuda National Trust at the Globe Hotel), Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, Fort St. Catherine and the Bermuda National Gallery. Hours vary by venue. Cost: $25 adults, $15 children 6-16, under 5 years free. Tickets are available online or through the Visitors’ Service Bureau in the City of Hamilton, Town of St. George, Royal Naval Dockyard and the Airport Desk.During the winter months some sightseeing attractions reduce their operating hours/tours, or may even close completely for a time without notice. Wherever possible this information has been indicated.

ATTRACTIONS INFORMATION
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo
Flatts Village
40 North Shore Road
Hamilton Parish
Tel: (441) 293-2727
Fax: (441) 293-3176
Email: bzsmarketing@ibl.bm
Web: www.bamz.org(HBP)
Tours: 1:10pm, daily, April - December (call for winter tour schedule). The one-hour animal feeding tour takes you through the worlds islands.
Admission: $10 adults, $5 children 5-12 years and seniors, free under 5 years.


One of Bermuda’s premier visitor attractions. The Aquarium features “North Rock”, 145,000-gallon replica of a local living coral reef, the Zoo features “Caribbean”, a vast flight cage where animals roam at arms length, “Australasia” which includes the pink flamingos, and Bermuda’s geology and habitats are featured in the Natural History Museum. There’s a touch pool for children in the Local Tails Exhibit, and Discovery Cove is an interactive haven for children of all ages. “To inspire appreciation arid care of island environments.”

Bermuda Maritime Museum
Royal Naval Dockyard
Ireland Island, Sandys
Tel: (441) 234-1418
Email: marmuse@ibl.bm
Web: www.bmm.bm(HBP)
Open: 9:30am – 4:30pm daily
Closed:Christmas Day

Admission: $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 children 5-15 yrs. Family rates available.Group rates for 10 or more persons by arrangement. All admission rates good for re-entry on same day. Admission includes Bermuda Maritime Museum and views of the dolphins.

The Commissioner’s House: The first prefabricated cast and wrought iron house in the entire world now beautifully restored. Exhibitions include the Bermuda Slavery Exhibit, one devoted to the ancestry of the Island’s Portuguese community and other displays that highlight Bermuda’s maritime history.

Bermuda Railway Museum
37 North Shore Road
Hamilton Parish
Tel: (441) 293-1774(no restrooms)
Open: 10am-4pm, Monday-Friday (weather permitting).Closed:All holidays.
Admission: Free – donations welcome.

Bermuda railway memorabilia, antiques and collectables within a curiosity shop housed in the old Aquarium Station Building.

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute
Pembroke Hall
42 Crow Lane,
Pembroke(outskirts of Hamilton)
Tel: (441) 292-7314 (441) 292-7219
Fax: (441) 236-6141
Email: info@buei.org
Web: www.buei.org(HBP)
Open: 9am-5pm, daily; 10am-5pm weekends (last suggested admission 3:45pm).Closed:Christmas Day

Admission: $10.50 adults, $8.40 seniors, $5.50 children 7-16 years, free for children 6 years and under.

An Ocean Discovery Centre located on the outskirts of the City of Hamilton. Exhibits feature one of the world’s most impressive shell collections gathered from the deep ocean surrounding Bermuda and from around the world, by Bermudian Jack Lighbourn, and one of Bermuda’s finest collections of artifacts in the Teddy Tucker Shipwreck Gallery. Take home a unique souvenir from the Oceans Gift Shop. La Coquille, a waterside restaurant, is open for lunch and dinner.

Bermuda Heritage Museum
Corner of Duke of York and Water Streets
Town of St. George
Tel: (441) 297-4126
ground floor only Open: 10am-3pm, Tuesday-Saturday
Closed:All holidays.

Admission: $4 adults, $2 seniors and children, under 5 yrs free. Donations gratefully received

The Bermuda Heritage Museum is the first fully exhibited Black History Museum in Bermuda.

HISTORICAL CHURCHES
Cathedral of St. Theresa’s
Cedar Avenue
City of Hamilton
Tel: (441) 292-0607 access on Laffan Street
Open: Daily, and for Sunday services.
Admission: Free

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
49 Church Street
City of Hamilton
Tel: (441) 292-7601 Open: Daily, and for Sunday services.
Admission: Free

St. Peter’s Church
Duke of York Street
Town of St. George
Tel: (441) 297-8359 access from Church Lane and then by the front entrance Open: Daily, and for Sunday services.
Admission: Free

Wesley Methodist Church In Association with the United Church of Canada
41 Church Street
City of Hamilton
Tel: (441) 292-0418
Open: 9am-3pm, Tuesday-Friday, and Sunday morning worship at 11am.
Admission: Free
To see the church between Tuesdays and Fridays, walk through the courtyard to the church office. Air-conditioned sanctuary – elevator available.

GALLERIES & ARTISTS’ STUDIOS
Gallery / Studio Information
Art House Gallery
80 South Road
Paget
Tel: (441) 236-6746Fax: (441) 236-5525
Email: jforbes@northrock.bm
Web: www.arthousebermuda.com
Open: 10am-4pm, Monday, Wednesday, FridayDecember-March: 10am-1pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday by appointment
Closed: Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day
Artist: Joan Forbes

Bermuda Clayworks
Opposite boat slip
Royal Naval Dockyard
Sandys
Tel: (441) 234-5116Fax: (441) 234-3136
Email: clayworks@ibl.bm
Web: www.bermudaclayworks.com
Open: Daily: 9am-6pm; April-October and 9am-5pm, November to March
Closed: Good Friday, Christmas Day

Gallery and Paint-Your-Own Studio. Visitors can purchase bisque ware and paint their own pot. Prices from $7.50. Special birthday party ceramic painting set-up for children.

Bermuda Craft Market
The Cooperage
Royal Naval Dockyard
Sandys
Tel: (441) 234-3208
Fax: (441) 234-3327
Email: bdacraftmkt@northrock.bm
Open: 9:30am-6pm daily, May-October and 10:30am-5pm, November-March
Closed: Good Friday and Christmas Day (on other public holidays call first).


Local crafts produced by Bermudian artisans – products made and sold on site.

Bermuda National GalleryCity Hall & Arts Centre
Church Street
City of Hamilton
Tel: (441) 295-9428Fax: (441) 295-2055
Email: info@bng.bm
Web: www.bng.bm Open: 10am-4pm, Monday-Saturday
Closed: Most holidays
Admission: Free
10am Monday-Friday. Organized groups welcome – call in advance.

Bermuda Society of Arts Gallery
City Hall & Arts Centre
Church Street
City of Hamilton
Tel: (441) 292-3824
Email: bsoa@ibl.bm
web: www.bermuda/bsoa
Open: 10am-4pm, Monday-Saturday
Closed: All holidays
Admission: Free

The Bermuda Shop
Fairmont Southampton
Princess
Southampton
Tel: (441) 238-8000
Open: Daily: 9am-9pm April-October: Winter 9am-5pm
Closed: New Year’s Day, Good Friday and Christmas Day.

Dockyard Glassworks & the Bermuda Rum Cake Company
One Maritime Lane, Bldg 19
Royal Naval Dockyard
Tel: (441) 234-4216Fax: (441) 234-3813
Email: mail@dockglass.com
Web: www.dockglass.com (Restrooms are not accessible)
Open: Daily: 9am-6pm, and when cruise ships in port, 8am-10pm, May-October
Closed: New Year’s Day, Good Friday and Christmas Day
Hot glass studio and working micro bakery, with glassblowing and flameworking demonstrations daily. Custom orders available.


GOVERNMENT AND CORPORATION BUILDINGS

Bermuda National Library
13 Queen Street
City of Hamilton
Tel: (441) 295-2905
Fax: (441) 292-8443
Email: bdanatlib@gov.bm
Web: www.bermudanationallibrary.com
Open: During the 10 months of Sept to June: open 8:30am-7pm, Monday-Thursday: 10am-5pm Friday; 9am-5pm Saturday; 1pm-5pm Sunday. During July and August: open 8:30am-6pm, Mon-Thur; 10am-5pm Fri; 9am-5pm Sat; closed Sunday
Closed: All holidays
Members: Free – visitors call for enquiries. Mobile Library visits each Parish Tuesday-Saturday – call for schedule.

Bermuda Youth Library
74 Church Street
City of Hamilton
Tel: (441) 295-0487
Fax: (441) 296-0973
Email: youthlib@gov.bm
Web: www.bermudanationallibrary.com(Restrooms are not accessible)

Open: 9am-5pm, Monday-Thursday10am-5pm Friday;9am-5pm Saturday.

City Hall & Arts Centre
17 Church Street
City of Hamilton
Tel: (441) 292-1234
Open: 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday and 9am-12 noon Saturday.
Closed: All holidays
Admission: Free to foyer and offices.

Philatelic and coin exhibitions on display.

Town HallKing’s Square
Town of St. George
Tel: (441) 297-1532
Fax: (441) 297-0062
Email: corpstg@northrock.bm (ground floor only)
Open: 10am-4pm, Monday-Saturday
Closed: All holidays
Admission: Free

HORSEBACK RIDING
Spicelands Riding Centre
Middle Road
Warwick
Tel: (441) 238-8212
Fax: (441) 238-6479
Email: spicelands@northrock.bm Trail Rides
Leisurely ride through scenic passes and along South Shore beach trails. One hour daily7am, 10am and 11:30am
Evening Rides Monday-Friday (May-September) – details on request 4pm and 6pmSeasonal

Spicelands Riding Centre is in a rural area with a bridle path leading to the South Shore. Trained personnel cater to those interested in riding, ages 12 years and older. All rides strictly at a walking pace. Riding hats are compulsory on trail rides for riders under 18 years (no extra cost). Call for Reservations.

Horseback riding is available all year. Visitors are welcome whether experienced or inexperienced. All rides are accompanied by qualified instructors. horses cannot be hired and ridden without supervision as Bermuda has very strict laws regarding horseback riding in public areas, in particular on the public beaches. Reservations required.

RESTAURANTS
Casual Bistro
Café GioWater Street
St. George’s
Tel: (441) 297-1307 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$9 - $14 Dinner:$12 - $24 MC Visa Waterside dining with harbour views Smoking section

Chinese
Pasta Pasta/Blue Dragon Bermudiana Road, Hamilton Tel: (441) 295-7789 / 295-7791 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Breakfast:$5 - $10 Lunch:$6 - $13 Dinner:$8 - $17 MC Visa See Telephone Book for Menu.Open till 11pm weekdays & till 12 midnight weekends

Continental
Sapori@ Grape Bay Hotel,White Sands Road,Paget. Tel: (441) 236-7201 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$13 - $23 Dinner:$16 - $32 MCVisaAmexDiners Serving mainly seafood & local dishes.Ocean view dining.Smoking permitted at outside tables

The Red CarpetReid Street, Hamilton. Tel: (441) 292-6195 Reservations:YesTake Out:No Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$10 - $19Dinner:$17 - $28 MCVisaAmex Daily SpecialsMon – FriSmoking
Deli / Fast Food / Ice Cream

Hamilton Ice Queen, Queen Street, Hamilton. Tel: (441) 292-6497 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Fast Food$5 - $10 MCVisaAmex Open 10am – 7pm Fast Food &Chester Fried Chicken

Hickory Stick, Bermudiana Road, Hamilton. Tel: (441) 292-1781 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Breakfast:$2 - $10Lunch:$2 - $10 Cash only Orders by Fax295-6989

Paget Ice Queen, Rural Hill, Paget Plaza. Tel: (441) 236-3136 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Fast Food$5 - $10 Cash only Open 10am – 5am(19 hours a day)Smoking
Diner

The Spot Restaurant Burnaby Street, Hamilton. Tel: (441) 292-6293 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Breakfast:Lunch:Dinner:Under $15 Cash only One of Bermuda’s Oldest Continuing Restaurants Children Welcome Smoking section

French
La Coquille Restaurant@ BUEI, East Broadway, Hamilton.Tel: (441) 292-6122 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$9 - $21 Dinner:$24 - $32 MCVisaAmex Open DailyViews of Harbour Multi Function Conference Room Catering Smoking section

Fusion Cuisine
Aqua@ Ariel Sands Hotel,South Road, Devonshire.Tel: (441) 236-2332 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Smart Casual Breakfast:$15 - $25 Lunch:$9 - $20 Dinner:$25 - $50 MCVisaAmexDiners Beach Dining Sea views Outdoor dining Smoking

General
Paraquet Restaurant, South Road, Paget. Tel: (441) 236-9742 Website: paraquetapartments.com Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Breakfast:$4 - $11 Lunch:$6 - $15 Dinner:$16 - $30 MCVisa Daily Specials Open 8am – 12am Homemade Bread, Pies and Cakes for sale

International
Beethovens Clocktower Mall, Dockyard. Tel: (441) 234-5009 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Breakfast:$4 - $12 Lunch:$6 - $20 Dinner:$15 - $35 MCVisaAmex Daily Specials Smoking section

Bermudiana Restaurant,Pink Beach Club South Road, Smiths. Tel: (441) 293-1666 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Jacket Dinner:$655 Course MCVisaAmexDiners Pianist playing nightly.Ocean View Smoking section

Carriage House Restaurant, Water StreetSt. George’s.Tel: (441) 297-1730 / 297-1270(Toilet is not accessible) Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Lunch:$9.75+Brunch:$29.50Dinner:$20+ MCVisaAmexDiners Historic Bermuda ambience.Music seasonal.Smoking

Grill 56& Terrace (The Reefs),South Road,Southamnpton Tel: (441) 238-0222 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Smart Casual Breakfast:$20 Brunch Dinner:A la carte MCVisaAmex Entertainment NightlyApril – October Ocean Views Brunch on Sundays

Henry VIII Restaurant, South Road, Southampton Tel: (441) 238-1977 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$10 - $20Dinner:$28 - $35 Brunch:$26.50 MCVisaAmex Live music Bar and view

Mulligan’s Restaurant@ St. George’s Golf ClubPark RoadSt. George’sTel: (441) 297-1836 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Breakfast:$5 - $8 Lunch:$7 - $14 Dinner:$18 - $25 MCVisa Ocean Views.Dinner Fridays only.Patio Dining.Smoking

Ocean Terrace@ Pink Beach Club,South Road Smith’s Tel: (441) 293-1666 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Smart Casual Breakfast:$25 Lunch:$11 - $20 Dinner:$20 - $32 MCVisaAmexDinersDisc Live band nightly.Open for dinner from April – October Smoking

Pirates Landing,Royal Naval Dockyard Tel: (441) 234-5151 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$10 - $20 Dinner:$15 - $30 MCVisaAmex Alfresco Dining available Smoking

Italian
Little Venice,Bermudiana Road, Hamilton Tel: (441) 295-3503 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$9 - $19 Dinner:$16 - $30 MCVisaAmex Closed Saturday lunch Open Sundays for dinner Smoking section

Pasta Pasta/Blue Dragon, Bermudiana Road, Hamilton Tel: (441) 295-7789 / 295-7791 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Breakfast:$5 - $10 Lunch:$6 - $13 Dinner:$8 - $17 MCVisa See Telephone Book for Menu.Open till 11pm weekdays & till 12 midnight weekends

Port ofino, Bermudiana Road,Hamilton Tel: (441) 292-2375 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Lunch:11 - $21 Dinner:$13 - $25 MCVisaAmex The best, the fastest and the most courteous.Alfresco dining.Smoking section

Ristorante Primavera Pitts Bay Road HamiltonT el: (441) 295-2167 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$15 - $22 Dinner:$22 - $40 MCVisaAmex Good extensive Wine List Grappa Selection & Sushi Bar Smoking section

Rustico Restaurant North Shore Road Flatts Tel: (441) 295-5212 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Lunch:$10 - $20 Dinner:$20 - $30 MCVisaAmex Outdoor dining Fresh local fish always Smoking

Japanese / Sushi Bar
Omakase Sushi Pitts Bay Road Hamilton Tel: (441) 295-2167 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$15 - $22 Dinner:$22 - $30 MCVisaAmex Special sushi created every day Smoking section

Local
Café Gio Water StreetSt. George’sTel: (441) 297-1307 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$9 - $14 Dinner:$12 - $24 MCVisa Waterside dining with harbour views Smoking section

Frog & Onion Dockyard Tel: (441) 234-2900 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Lunch:$10 - $17 Dinner:$15+ MCVisa Entertainment – Call for schedule Games room, pool, arcade Smoking

Ocean Echo TerraceThe Reefs South Road Southampton Tel: (441) 238-0222 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Smart Casual Dinner:A la carte MCVisaAmex Entertainment Nightly in lounge.Outside dining seasonal (May – Nov)

The Spot Restaurant Burnaby Street Hamilton Tel: (441) 292-6293 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Breakfast:Lunch:Dinner:Under $15 Cash only One of Bermuda’s Oldest Continuing Restaurants Children Welcome Smoking section

Mediterranean
Monte Carlo Restaurant Victoria Street HamiltonTel: (441) 295-5453(Washroom is not accessible Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$10 - $25:Dinner:$15 - $35 MCVisaAmex Outside Dining Daily Specials Extensive wine list.Smoking

New Bermudian
Monty’s RestaurantPitt’s Bay Road HamiltonTel: (441) 295-5759(Washroom is not accessible) Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Breakfast:$7 - $9 Lunch:$9 - $20 Dinner:$20 - $30 MCVisaAmexDiners Fresh / Imported Seafood Live Music Friday night.Daily Specials

Port O’Call Front Street HamiltonTel: (441) 295-5373 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$15 - $20 Dinner:$25 - $35 MCVisaAmexDiners Outdoor dining.Daily Specials. Extensive wines by the glass and wine list. Smoking

Seahorse Grill Elbow Beach Hotel South Road Paget Tel: (441) 236-3535 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Smart Casual Breakfast:$20 - $40 Dinner:$40 - $50 Brunch:$39 MCVisaAmexDiners Ocean glimpses Outdoor Terrace April – October Brunch:½ price for kids Smoking

Pubs
Frog & Onion Pub Dockyard Tel: (441) 234-2900 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Lunch:$10 - $17 Dinner:$15+ MCVisa Entertainment – Call for schedule Games room, pool, arcade Smoking

Swizzle Inn Blue Hole Hill Bailey’s Bay Tel: (441) 293-1854 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Lunch:$6 - $15 Dinner:$8 - $27 MCVisaAmex Food served: 11am – 10pm Live music Home of Rum Swizzle Kids menu Outdoor dining 2 covered patios Smoking section

White Horse Pub & Restaurant Kings SquareSt. George’s Tel: (441) 297-1838 Reservations:No Take Out:Yes Dress:Casual Breakfast:$5 - $12 Lunch:$6 - $15 Dinner:$8 - $30 MCVisaAmex Live music / Dj’s / Sportsbar / Nightclub. Out-side Bar / Waterfront dining. Smoking

Seafood
Lido Restaurant@ Elbow Beach Sea Terrace South Road PagetTel: (441) 236-9884 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart CasualJacket Lunch:$9 - $21 Dinner:$20 - $30 MCVisaAmex Overlooking Ocean.Large terrace for functions.Nightclub. Smoking section

Lobster PotBermudiana Road Hamilton Tel: (441) 292-6898 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Casual Lunch:$16 - $28 Dinner:$20 - $45 MCVisa Nautical Décor.Open 7 days a week Smoking

Monty’s Restaurant Pitt’s Bay Road Hamilton Tel: (441) 295-5759(Washroom is not accessible) Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Breakfast:$7 - $9 Lunch:$9 - $20 Dinner:$20 - $30 MCVisaAmexDiners Fresh / Imported Seafood Live Music Friday night.Daily Specials

Port O’Call Front Street Hamilton Tel: (441) 295-5373 Reservations:Yes Take Out:No Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$15 - $20 Dinner:$25 - $35 MCVisaAmexDiners Fresh Local fish Outside Dining Extensive wines by the glass Smoking

Thai
Silk Thai Restaurant Front Street Hamilton Tel: (441) 295-0449 Reservations:Yes Take Out:Yes Dress:Smart Casual Lunch:$14 - $23 Dinner:$20 - $26 MCVisaAmex Harbour Views.Set menus.Daily Specials Smoking section


Medical Services

King Edward VII Memorial Hospital
King Edward VII Memorial Hospital is the only general hospital on the Island. It is operated by the Bermuda Hospitals Board which is appointed by the minister of Health and Social Services and receives a Government grant annually. There are 233 beds in private and semi-private rooms and public wards (4 beds in each). K.E.M.H. is accredited by the Canadian Council on Hospital Accreditation. It is fully air-conditioned and completely equipped with modern, up-to-date facilities.There are approximately 205 registered nurses and 30 enrolled nurses, 12 resident doctors and 47 doctors on the attending staff. There are specialists and consultants in anesthesiology, gerontology, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, otolaryngology, pediatrics, pathology, psychiatry, radiology, surgery and urology.K.E.M.H. has well-equipped laboratories, E.C.G., E.E.G., and physiotherapy departments. A blood transfusion unit with a blood bank is run in conjunction with the pathology department. Dialysis treatment is available and there is also a functioning recompression chamber. Contact the Dialysis Unit for more details. Three months notice required.Four ambulances are stationed at the hospital. There is an excellent emergency department staffed 24 hours a day for the treatment of emergencies and accidents with a doctor on duty at all times.

Bermuda Wellness Institute(BWI)
Bermuda Wellness Institute is Bermuda’s hospital for the mentally ill. Along with K.E.M.H., it is administered by the Bermuda Hospitals Board which is appointed by the Minister of Health and Social Services.For more than one hundred years, the BWI has served as the community’s psychiatric hospital, and numerous additions and improvements have been made to the original buildings and facilities during that time. Now BWI is a 175-bed hospital with in-patient facilities and out-patient clinics, an occupational therapy department and a recreational therapy department.The hospital has the services of four consultant psychiatrists, four mental welfare officers, as well as nursing administrative and support staff.

Private Practitioners
There is no national health scheme in Bermuda. All medical and dental practitioners are private. Fees may appear high to those from the U.K., but about average to those from North America.There are many medical and dental practitioners throughout the Island. Visitors who require a doctor or a dentist may generally obtain one through their hotel or guest house. Residents newly arrived in Bermuda are advised to choose a family doctor and dentist immediately since patients’ lists are long. The choice is wide and family doctors will refer patients to specialists when necessary. Many dentists are also orthodontists and dental surgeons.Doctor’s charges vary, but the average cost of a regular office visit is around $20 to $40. Dentist’s charges vary also, but the average cost of an office visit for examination, X-rays and cleaning is about $40 while fillings average around $40 to $50 each.