The architect team included Botelho Wood Architects senior architectural technologists Mark Danforth and Gary Ince, architect and partner Ted Wood, architect Michael Strohecker and senior architectural technologist and partner Jason Mackertich. The build was carried out by D&J Construction, Somers Construction and Correia Construction. The team took into consideration the environmental impact of the build, doing undersea research to make sure they weren’t encroaching on sea life. The entire renovation included 33 rooms and 66 suites with a new infinity-edge resort pool and hot tub, a new full-service, 59-berth marina complete with electrical and water services for local and visiting craft and featuring dock master and customs offices, with a restaurant above. The entire project seemed to come together so well that it won an award.Read article
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A new restaurant and bar will be opening on May 24 at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess on the hotel’s marina, which is currently under construction…….
It is called the 1609 Bar & Restaurant, named to commemorate the year the survivors of the Sea Venture wreck became Bermuda’s first settlers………
Designed by Botelho Wood Architects and built by D&S Construction, the 1609 Bar & Restaurant will be open seasonally from 11am until 10pm.
Details of a major facelift for Bermuda’s oldest hotel have been unveiled by the new owners of the Fairmont Hamilton Princess.
And the Green family has also announced that it will be pumping more funds into the revamp than first planned, increasing its renovation budget from $50 million to $70 million in order to transform the resort into “the premier hotel in Bermuda”.
The upgrade consists of three separate projects — a new pool area and landscaping, the refurbishment of 69 rooms and suites in the Poinciana and Bermudiana wings, and a state-of-the-art marina.
[Updated] The Green family, Bermudian owners of The Fairmont Hamilton Princess, announced details of major renovation plans designed to enhance the property, and have increased the budget for renovations from $50 million to $70 million.
The renovation project will be conducted in phases to minimise disruption to hotel guests, with the first phase scheduled to begin this winter after the destination’s peak season.
The upgrades are set to include an infinity pool, private cabanas, new hot tub, renovation of the 69 guestrooms/suites, new furniture, new Gazebo-style bar & grill, development of a new 66 berth marina, upgrades to the hotel’s mechanical & electrical infrastructure, and much more.