“Staying at the Rosedon is above all an experience of ambience”
Rosedon is a haven of charm and style in Bermuda, a five-minute walk from the colourful little town of Hamilton. One could easily imagine Mark Twain spending his last years here, lazing around the big porch, sipping cocktails. Even now, with its modern decor, the main house, built in 1906, retains a delightfully old-fashioned touch. Carefully maintained for over 70 years, the tropical garden flourishes with giant birds of paradise, banana trees and hibiscus. They offer a lush frame to the panoramic views to be had from the rooms.
Of the many activities on offer, snorkellers will delight in the pink sand and crystal clear waters, while those who prefer the open sea can enjoy sailing and whale watching.