THIS EMBLEM OF DOCKYARD HOLDS SOME OF THE BEST TREASURES YOU’LL FIND IN BERMUDA. The Clocktower Mall, with its iconic towers rising into the horizon, is one of the most ingenious examples of how Dockyard was repurposed to meet modern needs. Home to branches of some of Bermuda’s best-known stores, as well as unique boutiques, this is where you can find incredible deals on top brands of clothing, cosmetics, jewellery, fragrances and everything in between. In addition to world-class shops, if you work up an appetite or just feel like a snack you’ll have options to satisfy your hunger and recharge. Open seven days a week — except Christmas Day and Good Friday — from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the summer and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the winter — this is easily one of the most popular shopping venues in Bermuda. A SHOPPER’S DELIGHT The branch store features a selection of merchandise from the A.S. Cooper & Sons Ltd. Family of fine stores in Hamilton. Discover ladies’ fashions and accessories, gifts, souvenirs, as well as fragrances at duty-free prices. (234-4156, ascooper.bm) The Bermuda Triangle Shop is full of treasures and is the most eclectic shop in the mall, packed with interesting items. Most of the products are Bermudainspired and unique designs not to be found outside of the island. Merchandise includes island summer clothing; a large selection of costume jewellery, many pieces made with shells; hand-painted wood carvings like boxes, tropical fish, doorstops and magnets, many with the signature pink Bermuda cottage design; candles; wind chimes; sterling silver; Bermuda Christmas ornaments; plus T-shirts for the whole family. There are gifts for any price range. Step inside and get lost. (234-0837) Crisson Jewellers has a store in the Clocktower Mall at Dockyard. If you are staying in one of Bermuda’s Fairmont Hotels, you’ll find a Crisson store there as well. Each of these boutique-style stores features pieces selected from the jeweller’s main collections in Hamilton. The shopping experience is relaxed and intimate, and the quality, value and prices are the same whichever store you choose to visit. (234-2223, crisson.com) Dockyard Linens & Gifts is the place to shop when you are looking for elegant, but not too expensive, gifts to remind you of Bermuda. Their fine collection of Bermuda tea towels, bun warmers, tablecloths and place mats, as well as novelties and accessories, make excellent gifts for any special occasion. (234-0341, firstname.lastname@example.org) The Fair Trade Bermuda Shop, where “trade is aid,” is the place to find exotic, one-of-a-kind items from Bermuda and around the world, including arts and crafts, instruments, Asian eccentricities, clothes, and household furniture. Enjoy this old-style shopping experience in the Clocktower Mall, where owners Boyd and Muna Vallis work to serve you. As they say, “We are in sales, not storage, so everything is priced to sell.” There is something for everyone in this most interesting of shops. (232-7781, email@example.com) Grand Bazaar welcomes you in with its colourful selection of unique Bermuda gifts, such as beach towels, handpainted ceramics, ocean-inspired magnets, hanging lanterns, pouches and keychains. Island-living clothing, polo shirts and T-shirts for ladies, men and children. Come and see their handmade fashion, silver and Bermuda sand jewellery. (234- 4646, grandbazaarbda.com) The Littlest Drawbridge Gift Shop is packed with unique handmade gifts from Bermuda featuring the aromatic Bermuda cedar treasures, including boxes, pens, goblets, vases and bowls, as well as sachets, cedar essential oils and incense cones. In addition, you will find authentic Bermuda bags with cedar handles, jewellery, Cuban cigars and Royal Naval Dockyard souvenirs. (234-6214, littlestdrawbridge.free.bm) Locust & Wild Honey is your number one stop for Bermuda Tee’s. If you are looking for a tee that is authentically Bermudian, then look no further. Made to order, their custom tees are a blast and are designed to publicise the local colloquial language. Stop in and take home a tee that is sure to be a conversation piece for years to come. (238-4261, firstname.lastname@example.org) No visit to Royal Naval Dockyard is complete without a visit to the Nannini Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream Parlour in Clocktower Mall, open seven days a week and featuring only Häagen-Dazs ice cream, sorbets and frozen yogurt. Treat yourself to one of the 16 flavours in a cone, sundae or milkshake. It can even be packed for you to take home. Nannini also offers a variety of indulgences from Italy. So give yourself a treat and visit the Nannini Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream Parlour. (234-2474) Rosebud’s Fashions & Accessories is a store full of colour and fun. You’ll find a variety of men’s and ladies’ casual wear, including big ’n’ tall and plus sizes. Specialising in affordable, easy, no-fuss and comfortable clothing, it has a great selection of beachwear, board shorts, trunks, beach cover-ups, bathing suits, sandals, flip-flops, sunglasses, handbags and much more. Brighten up your wardrobe with its tie-dye clothing and accessories. (732-1268, email@example.com)
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