Hotels Ritz-Carlton Reserve resort coming to Bermuda By Danny King / March 16, 2016 Share 1 A rendering of the Caroline Bay development. -- A Ritz-Carlton Reserve resort will be part of the Caroline Bay development on the west end of Bermuda. Caroline Bay, scheduled to open in 2018, is targeting the yachting community. There will be slips for 77 boats and 21 super-yachts. The Ritz-Carlton Reserve property, located along a half-mile of beachfront on Bermuda’s Little Sound, will have 79 guestrooms. The low-rise resort, whose design will reflect a British Colonial theme, will also include 173 branded luxury residences. It will be across the street from the Port Royal Golf Course. Caroline Bay will “recapture for modern travelers the storied, relaxed glamour of Bermuda during the 1950s and 1960s,” said Craig Christensen, CEO of Morgan’s Point, the project’s developer. Little Sound is part of Bermuda’s Great Sound, which is known for its pink sand beaches. The Great Sound will be site of the America’s Cup sailing race next year.