Bermuda Lines Up Luxury for 2012

Are your VIP clients headed to Bermuda in 2012? Check out what's happening this year at this pink sand destination.

Restaurant Week: Through February 6
Visitors can feel the love for both local Bermudian cuisine and international dishes from 31 of the island's leading restaurants during this inaugural Restaurant Week. Prices for three-course prix fixe dinners will fall into three tiers, depending on the restaurant, at $29, $39 or $49 per person. Wine pairings will have a similar pricing.

Feel the Love Month: Through March 3
Nothing says romance quite like the pink sand, so the island is celebrating its annual "Feel the Love Month." This program offers romantic couples the chance to enjoy the island's cultural offerings through dedicated daily activities such as a love cruise, champagne and strawberries museum reception, salsa dancing nights and more.

Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts: Through February 26
The Bermuda Festival takes place annually and showcases the talents of world-class artists. Tickets are $65 for adults and $25 for students.

Spring Break 2012: February 18-24, March 3-9 and March 10-17
Students looking to let off steam can head to one of the many island hotels offering deals. Partygoers and beach lovers can enjoy accommodations at the coco Reef Resort for only $79.99 per night. Additionally, there will be a week of day and night Spring Break events for all visiting students.

College Week Reunion: March 15-18
This spring, Bermuda is encouraging baby boomers to take a stroll down memory lane with three full days of celebratory events, top-notch dining and a range of activities, all designed to take you back to the 1960s and 1970s. Packages start at $597.50 per person.

Bermuda International Film Festival: March 16-22
In celebration of international independent film, swell as home-grown filmmaking talent, the 15th Annual Bermuda International Film Festival will feature over 50 screened films during this seven-day event.

Newport Bermuda Race: June 15
More than 2,000 sailors will face 635 miles of ocean sailing from Newport, RI to St. David's Lighthouse in Bermuda.

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