Pastel pink houses and pink sand beaches have always characterized the small Caribbean island of Bermuda. However, there are a plethora of pink-themed hotels all around the world that deserve some attention. These hotels can be found on almost every continent, but there are four that truly stand out. First, let’s make our way to Mexico.
Rosas And Xocolate Hotel – Mérida, Mexico
Found in the city of Mérida on the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico, this hot pink hotel has been designed for those looking for a bit of romance. While the entire facade of the hotel is pink, each of the guest rooms, and the restaurant feature pink accents. The hotel itself was designed by Salvador Reyes Rios and Josefina Larrain. Their main goal was to create a hotel that would draw couples looking for a romantic getaway. All of the rooms have private patios, high walls for total privacy, and soundproofed windows. A stay here costs about $320 a night.
Boca Raton Resort and Club – Boca Raton, Florida
Florida is known for its brightly colored buildings, but the Boca Raton Resort and Club has to be the pinkest of them. This opulent blush pink resort was designed by Addison Mizner, with two of the five buildings dedicated to being pink. If you want to stay in a pink portion of the resort, then you need to be in The Cloister or the Yacht Club. The rest of the hotel is covered in mosaic tiles, Grecian fountains, and opulent gold details. Room rates start at $1,424.
Hotel de Russie – Rome, Italy
Rome has many tourist attractions like the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps to visit, but the Hotel de Russie is worth a stop as well. This pastel pink hotel is surrounded by lush vegetation and classic Italian gardens. It was designed by Giuseppe Valadier in the early 1800s, and has continued to function as a hotel ever since. Famous artists, like Pablo Picasso, have been guests in the past. This hotel is an interior designer’s dream, and we think you will enjoy it too. To stay here, it will be around $600 a night.
Cobblers Cove – Barbados
Not all pink hotels need to be lavish resorts. Cobblers Cove in Barbados was once a private home but has since been turned into a boutique hotel. The current design of the hotel can be attributed to Lulu Lytle. It has yet to become a hotspot, which means you may still be able to get a booking. The hotel faces the beautiful Caribbean sea, which makes it an ideal place to take in the hot pink walls, and the setting sun with a sundowner. Suites start at $300.
Now simply choose the pink hotel you want to stay!