Using shades from army to shamrock for sumptuous style, St. Patrick’s Day stays in these rooms will leave friends and leprechauns green with envy ☘️. In celebration of the holiday, Journalist Carrie Bell (@MissCarrieBell) writes about 8 below. ⬇️
What is that, velvet? Why yes, the supple jewel-toned fabric blankets walls, covers the bed, and flanks windows of the 13th-century Irish castle’s Master Suite. Not enough green? Step out to 350 acres of manicured gardens, golf course, and County Mayo forests.
The Catskills charmer brings the outside in with the penthouse’s dramatic willow-branch bed installation, which really pops against the deep jade walls. The honeymoon continues in Pendleton robes and a copper clawfoot.
Rooms come in four monochromatic palettes, each with corresponding emotional vibe, at this St. Louis Grand Center Arts District boutique. Green evokes rejuvenation, a goal the coordinated tub and Himalayan salt lamp help achieve.
No two of the 397 rooms are alike at this 1887 landmark on Mackinac Island, but designer Carleton Varney liberally used green, particularly celadon, in many including suites that bear his and First Lady Betty Ford names.
The soothing rooms are in mint condition with walls and accents that leave you craving an Andes chocolate. Pairs well with cool white marble and Atlantic Ocean views from balconies.
The Hermès Suite, a resplendent London reservation featuring a bronze four-poster dressed in British racing green, fresh plants and flowers, and vintage scarf display, overlooks Kensington Palace.
Can’t get much greener than the Emerald City, which has been recreated in an upstate New York motel. The Wizard of Oz room, complete with a yellow brick road, poppy field, and squished witch feet, joins quarters based on Star Trek and Jeannie’s bottle.
Cubs fans can’t hibernate any closer to Wrigley Field. The friendly confines of the Chicago property’s rooms—some look out on the stadium’s green beams—blend pea soup headboards, hunter walls, grassy glass, and timeless plaids.