Millennial pink may be a trend in other cities for now, but it’s been Bermuda’s signature color long before Instagram existed. Whether you’ve just hopped on the light pink bandwagon or have always loved the pastel color, check out these Insta-worthy spots around the island to satisfy your obsession while you’re vacationing in Bermuda this summer.
Hamilton Princess & Beach Club
Originally opened in 1885, “The Pink Palace” underwent a $100 million renovation in 2016 with a new spa and art collection featuring works by Jeff Koons, Banksy and Andy Warhol throughout the hotel. They even have a hashtag, , for all the selfies being taken against their iconic pink walls.
Jobson’s Cove Beach
Bermuda isn’t lacking for idyllic pink sand beaches, but escape the crowds at Horseshoe Bay Beach and head just down the road to Warwick Long Bay Beach and follow the walking trail to secluded . It has the same beautiful pink coral sand minus all the cruise ship tourists.
1609 Bar & Restaurant
Come to the Hamilton Princess's for the marina views, stay for the frosé, prickly pear mules and fish tacos served with a heaping serving of bright pink cabbage.
The Town of St. George
, located on St. George’s Island on the East End, once was Bermuda’s capital and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site full of colorful buildings, including the millennial pink town hall building and the deep coral building seen here.
Bailey’s Ice Cream
This located near the airport has many flavors, but nothing looks better on Instagram against the store’s teal walls than a scoop of rum swizzle or dark and stormy ice cream.
It’s hard to catch a bad sunset in Bermuda. You can either keep it simple and watch it from the harbor in Hamilton, or carefully make your way off the beaten path to to catch the sky light up in riot of pink most nights.
Bermuda has oleander, hibiscus and frangipani in every shade of pink you can possibly imagine. Be sure to stop and smell—and snap!—them every chance you get.