The Caribbean destination of Bermuda is synonymous with both dreamy tropical vacations and unexplained disappearances. Well, the last one is more about myth-like stories in the vicinity of a triangle nearby, but still. The island itself does not have a reputation for people getting lost, unless you mean getting lost in the moment or losing oneself to the beauty of the beach! Unfortunately for budget travelers, there are not as many cheap hotels in Bermuda as you might like – but there are a few.

The accommodation options in Bermuda range from the sublime to the ridiculous – from the standard chain hotels you might expect to more charming inns & B&Bs to even something the tourism board calls “floatels” – luxury yachts you can rent out in their entirety. As you can imagine, the latter option does not fit into the category of cheap hotels in Bermuda! Still, for budget travelers there are small hotels and inns which offer rooms that are more simple for a lower price. You will probably have to sacrifice a beachfront property for a better deal, but if you can still walk to the sand that should be just fine.

Obviously, the biggest attraction in Bermuda are the beaches – many of them boast incredible pink sand and excellent snorkeling opportunities. There are also plenty of golf courses on the island, just in case you want to get outdoors without going to the beach. In addition to the beaches and the golf courses, Bermuda has a really nice aquarium and a few good museums, and the charming historic town of St. George is fun to explore.

A few of the cheap hotels in Bermuda you may want to consider are Granaway Cottage (historic house built in 1734, 1 mile from Hamilton, 3 miles from beaches, free continental breakfast, private garden, outdoor pool), Erith Guest House (just outside Hamilton, 8 rooms, outdoor pool & hot tub, WiFi access available, 1 room with kitchenette & private balcony, free continental breakfast), Edgehill Manor (walking distance from Hamilton, 7 rooms, outdoor pool, internet access available, free continental breakfast, all rooms with either balcony or terrace), and Aunt Nea’s Inn at Hillcrest (in historic St. George, 12 rooms, some rooms with private den areas, all rooms en suite).