A British Overseas Territory, Bermuda sits about 600 miles off the coast of North Carolina.
Bermuda is known for its alluring beaches, sailing, diving and snorkeling, and whale-watching.
The island's capital, Hamilton, is a quaint, yet bustling city; it's the economic center of the island and the main tourist hub.
Interlude in the Mid-Atlantic
The island is calling. On a scenic overlook above Castle Harbor and Atlantic waters, your oceanfront resort accommodations at Rosewood Tucker's Point in Bermuda are just a stone's throw from the beach, deep jungles, underground cave and lake systems and so much more. The hotel is decorated with multiple awards and also lays claim to more than 200 acres of coastal land. Fine marble stonework and luxurious touches with British charm compete with the outside beauty of bright green coast and staggering stretches of pink sand. Perhaps best of all, this destination is a mere 90-minute flight from most major cities in the eastern United States.