Town Managers Report
The June 24 General Meeting will stream live from 6 pm. Go to our Meeting webpage for streaming options.
There were no resolutions from the May General Meeting.
June Is Wedding Month
The Town of St George is perfect for weddings — beauty, history, convenience, seclusion, heritage, luxury.
Make your special day memorable by choosing a one-of-a-kind venue — Somers Garden.
Opened in 1920, the Somers Garden is located in the heart of the 400-year old UNESCO World Heritage Site, Town of St George. The native flowers, shrubbery and trees add authentic and natural beauty to any wedding scene. The grounds feature photographic and architectural elements such as a Bermuda Moongate, steps, and encircled fountain to capture the most memorable image.
Accommodating 300 people, Somers Garden is perfect for intimate affairs that may scale to a big event. As an exclusive venue with onsite power, catering staging spaces and rest facilities — the garden is only limited by the organizer's vision.
• Unfinished Church (operated by St Peter's) 33 Duke of York Street, St George’s GE 05 Bermuda Tel: (441) 297 2459
• The St. Regis Bermuda Resort Bermuda's newest luxury hotel. 34 Coot Pond Road, St. George's GE 03 Bermuda +1 441-543-2222
The Arrival of Cruise Ships
In June, St. George’s will be happy to once again welcome cruise ship passengers into the Town of St. George. The Viking Orion will be visiting Bermuda for the first time, the first voyage will be on June 16th, and there will be eight additional visits, ending on August 10th.
The Viking Orion will be anchoring off St. George’s, and passengers will be tendered into the Town. It will be a pleasure to have the Town graced with visitors again after a one-year absence due to COVID-19. This will be a welcome boost to the Bermuda and St. George’s economies.
Business in the Spotlight
Marriott Bermuda, St Regis Hotel
Video interview with Mr. Jan Vanhaelewyn, General Manager, St. Regis Hotel Bermuda.
Frangipani re-opening in St George creates excitement.