Destinations for Digital Nomads: No better office than the pink beaches in Bermuda

As remote work continues to become the “new normal,” so has workcations — and the trend doesn’t seem to be coming to a halt anytime soon. In fact, according to data provided by Kayak, more than 40% of Gen Z employees plan to take a “workcation” in 2022.

For remote workers on the search for their next destination, we’re here to share that there’s no better office than Bermuda.

With this trend in mind, we believe that The Loren at Pink Beach, the luxurious hotel on the Instagram-worthy powdery pink beaches of Bermuda, might be the best destination if you are looking to take a workcation? See below for 4 reasons why you should book your next workcation in Bermuda.

With temperate weather finally here, it’s prime time for guests to take advantage of the things the island is famous for — and without the crowds. Adventure seekers can descend 120 feet below ground to explore the breathtaking two Ice Age–era caves, Crystal & Fantasy Caves, or cliff-jump at the dazzling blue swimminghole at Blue Hole Park. Or, for those who like to get lost in local boutiques, indulge in authentic cuisine (the fresh Fish Pon Bun comes highly recommended) and discover cultural sites, take a trip to the island’s colorful capital, Hamilton, and spend a day living like a local.

Given the short plane ride from major cities like New York to the island (only 90-minutes away!), Bermuda is an easily accessible destination for “digital nomads” to visit and extend their weekend stays.

Ultra-chic and luxurious for a quick getaway, The Loren at Pink Beach entices with 45 stylish guest rooms and villas, a private beach, two swimming pools overlooking the Atlantic, an extensive modern art collection, and exceptional service. Whether guests pop their laptop up by the pool or find a table at Pink Beach Club, there’s plenty of swoon-worthy spots to set up shop and make the most of the work week at The Loren. During the weekend, guests can leave their responsibilities behind and explore the island or take advantage of on-site amenities such as the Sisley Spa.

And, for those who fall in love with the island, workers can extend their stay among the pink beaches with a one-year residency program in Bermuda — for only $263!



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Tony Bowles, Contributing Columnist

Tony Bowles is one of the youngest sought journalists in the media world. He focuses on lifestyle, travel, entertainment, food, and more! Based in New York City