Photo Essay of Front Street Bermuda

posted in: Bermuda, Blog 14

Front StreetOnce we arrived in Bermuda and had settled into our hotel room, we decided to wander around Front Street. We stayed at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess, which is centrally located in the main city of Hamilton. Within a few minutes, we walked from the hotel property to the main downtown area. Front Street is a bustling part of town filled with high end shops, souvenir stores, bars, cafes, and restaurants. We saw many iconic pastel colored buildings all in a row, built in a colonial architectural style. They faced the Hamilton Harbor where you can view many grandiose yachts and homes across the water. In addition to Front Street, we found many shopping and dining establishments along the numerous side streets in town. There was a small cruise ship in port while we visited Front Street; thankfully, we didn’t find that this section of town wasn’t overly crowded or busy.

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While we didn’t do very much shopping while we were here, we dined at both Cafe Eden and Red Steakhouse during our stay in Bermuda. I really enjoyed walking around and fully absorbing the sights and sounds of Hamilton. It was amongst the first moments we had to soak up the warm sun, feel the cool breeze off the ocean, and admire the huge palm trees. It was finally sinking in that we were whisked away to a tropical paradise. At that moment, we had no idea just how many fun adventures we would encounter throughout the coming days. But, within an instant, we had already fallen in love.

Please join us on a small tour around sections of Hamilton in this photo essay of Front Street Bermuda.

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14 Responses

  1. Charles McCool
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    Wonderful photos. I love the pastel colors of the buildings.

  2. Shikha (whywasteannualleave)
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    I’d love to visit Bermuda and it’s not too far to get to from England so might be doable one day! I love the buildings and the soft pastel shades – bet you had an amazing time out there :)

  3. Jessica
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    Lovely photos! Love the colors of the Caribbbean.

  4. Fairmont Hamilton Princess Bermuda: Welcome to Paradise - Justin Plus Lauren
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    […] easy to walk from the hotel right downtown where all of the shops and restaurants are located along Front Street. The walk was around five minutes in length. We could easily walk to the main ferry terminal and […]

  5. Paper Boat Sailor
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    Oh wow, this looks absolutely gorgeous. I love a city that’s full of history, charm and character, and have wished to go to Bermuda for too long!

  6. Katie
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    It looks gorgeous! I really love all the colors of the buildings. Sounds like you loved bermuda. We’re looking for our next trip, so I will have to keep this in mind! Its nice that it’s relatively short flight for us (from the US)!

  7. Hannah
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    Those houses! SO cute! I love the bright colours all lined up. Fantastic photos :) (PS looking at palm trees and you in shorts as I sit in a big sweater with snow outside is a wee bit depressing ;) )

  8. Alli
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    Lovely houses and architecture! I love that second photo with the circled architecture – it’s very own frame for the beautiful landscape in the background!

  9. Sammi Wanderlustin'
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    What stunning photos, what a beautiful place :)

  10. Reginia Cordell
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    The photographs are exceptionally colorful. Bermuda seems as if it lends itself to excellent photography.

  11. Bermuda 4 Day Itinerary - Justin Plus Lauren
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    […] After we had settled in at our hotel, we set out with our cameras to explore Front Street. Front Street is the main road in Hamilton that runs along the harbor. There are many brightly colored buildings, boutiques, and restaurants there. You can see many of our photos at our Photo Essay of Front Street. […]

  12. Fairmont Hamilton Princess Bermuda: Welcome to Paradise - We Are Bermuda
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    […] easy to walk from the hotel right downtown where all of the shops and restaurants are located along Front Street. The walk was around five minutes in length. We could easily walk to the main ferry terminal and […]

  13. wanda pearson
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    great photos love the photo essay

  14. Andy
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    Wow such great Bermuda photos. Thanks for sharing!

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