The Color of Palette of Bermuda

by Catherine Trifiletti

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Pink sand beaches, ombré ocean hues that seamlessly transition from turquoise to lapis blue, homes awash in shades of tangerine sorbet and Kelly green golf courses. If Crayola were to make a crayon kit based on the colors of Bermuda, there would be no shortage of inspiration. The British island territory may require a passport, but it’s only 650 miles off the East coast — and a quick two-hour flight from Washington. The upscale island‘s rich history is trumped only by its impeccable natural beauty. Exploring both elements will leave visitors craving a good night’s rest. For traditional luxury, look no further than the Rosewood Bermuda ($955), which recently underwent a $25 million renovation. For chic and modern accommodations The Loren at Pink Beach ($370) hits all the right notes. Where ever you find yourself, be sure to sit back (with a famous rum swizzle in hand) and soak in the colors of the Bermuda rainbow. >>

Photo courtesy Bermuda Tourism | Photos by Catherine Trifiletti

 

 

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