We love hotels that are pretty in pink. Full Stop. And in fact, places doused in this hue are good for your health and well-being — for years, psychologists have attributed the color pink to optimism and hope. So, in honor of putting you in a good mood, we’ve rounded up our favorite pink hotels around the world.
4 Stars | Website | Ibiza Airport
60 | 1 swimming pool; Free WiFi; Bar | 1
Torre del Pirata; Ses Salines Nature Reserve; Punta Grossa Lighthouse
Paradiso Ibiza Art Hotel offers a pretty-in-pink, art deco-influenced atmosphere in Ibiza’s San Antonio area. Design lovers can expect a retro feel, candy-hued rooms adorned with pop art, colorful 70s-inspired furniture, soft rose-pink walls, neon lighting, as well as a collection of contemporary art from over 60 international artists. Aligned with its DNA, the hotel offers a “zero suite residencies” program, which invites international artists to stay at the hotel and work in on-site micro spaces.
5 Stars | Website | Honolulu International Airport
528 | 1 swimming pool; Spa; Beachfront | 1
Magic Island; Honolulu Museum of Art; Waikiki Beach
Often regarded as the “Pink Palace of the Pacific,” The Royal Hawaiian has been welcoming guests to its prime Waikiki Beach location since its opening in 1927. Significantly influenced by screen star Rudolph Valentino and architecture trends at the time, the hotel’s coral-pink exterior and Spanish-Moorish style have made it a Hawaiian icon. Renovated several times throughout the years, beachfront restaurant, Azure, and the rejuvenating, Abhasa Waikiki Spa, are not to miss—we love the Lomi Lomi treatment, an ancestral Hawaiian-inspired massage.
4 Stars | Website | San Diego International Airport
112 | 1 swimming pool; Room service; Fitness center | 2
Torrey Pines State Reserve; Sunset Cliffs; La Jolla Cove Beach
A storied California hotel frequented by various members of the Hollywood elite during the Golden Era, the La Valencia Hotel sits tall with views over the stunning La Jolla Cove (near San Diego, California). Known as the “Pink Lady,” the hotel’s eye-catching pink exterior, Mediterranean-style architecture, and interwoven murals are considered a historic gem in the area. Panoramic ocean views at the on-site restaurant, THE MED, as well as lounging opportunities at the hotel’s lovely pool, create the perfect environment for a rejuvenating escape.
4 Stars | Website | Grantley Adams International Airport
40 | 1 swimming pool; Beachfront; Spa | 1
Godings Bay Beach; Mullins Beach; Gibbes Beach
This small boutique hotel in Barbados is a gem. It was constructed in 1944 as a beach retreat, only to be transformed into a hotel in the 1970s. Cobblers Cove boasts 40 suites with verandas, plus vantage points of the Caribbean Sea and tropical gardens. Don’t miss the hotel’s traditional afternoon tea (to note, while the hotel might be on the fancier side of things, it does not come off as snobby at all).
4 Stars | Website | Bermuda Dunes Airport
46 | 1 swimming pool; Spa; Bar | 1
San Jacinto Mountain; Agua Caliente Park; Moorten Botanical Garden
Located in Indian Wells, California — a hop, skip, and a jump from Palm Springs — the Sands Resort & Spa was recently revamped by Martyn Lawrence Bullard. He transformed a dated motel into an inviting boutique hotel. You walk into a lobby that’s decked in Moroccan-style tiles, only to proceed outside into the hotel’s courtyard: A square-blueprinted pink stucco exterior engulfs a courtyard pool lined with humbug-striped cabanas as well as the in-house restaurant Pink Cabana, which sports an open-patio design that pays homage to Palm Springs’ zeitgeisty tennis & racquet clubs from the 1950s & 1960s.
4 Stars | Website | St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport
277 | 2 swimming pools; Beachfront; Spa | 6
Boyd Hill Nature Preserve; St. Pete Beach; John’s Pass
Situated in St. Pete Beach on Florida’s gulf coast, this 1928-built hotel was conceptualized to appear as a “pink castle rising from the sand.” And if you ask us, we say that goal was achieved. Inside, rooms are spacious and Florida-inspired: trappings from the seaside art deco era, whimsical motifs displaying coastal birds from the locale, and ubiquitous blush tones help do the job.
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