Color. It has an effect on our mind, body and emotions and can influence our physical and mental well-being immensely. Within hospitality design, color can be used to set a tone or mood — from romantic or exotic, to upbeat or playful — and can transform dull accommodations into Technicolor wonderlands!
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Check out these five color-drenched hotels in hot spots around the world that’ll make your vacation bright and beautiful!
Color-lovers, prepare yourselves — this is your dream hotel. Inspired by the rich shades of Pantone, this Brussels hotel boasts 59 guest rooms that incorporate bold hues against a clean, white palette. There are Pantone-branded decor items placed throughout, from folding chairs, to mugs, to artwork — and all of these items and more can be purchased at the boutique hotel’s gift shop. (via Pantone Hotel)
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Playful and vibrant, the new Semiramis in Athens is equal parts museum and hotel. From the moment you step foot through the entrance (a glowing, pink-glass cube), you enter a world of eye-popping details and lollipop-colored furnishings. The hotel focuses on positive energy, heightened experiences, culture, design and art. (via Semiramis Hotel)
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Hotel Zed, a vibrant, show-stopping boutique motel in Victoria, BC, boasts funky rooms decked out in purple, blue and black geometrically dynamic carpets. Edgy, eclectic, modern and retro, its exterior facade is reminiscent of a Rubik’s Cube of pink, purple, orange and lime squares, while the interior boasts fun amenities, including a ping pong lounge and waterslide. (via Hotel Zed)
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Combining energetic colors with cutting-edge design, the Wanderlust in Singapore’s Little India was created with adventurous travelers in mind. Ten of the 29 rooms are awash in a single bold hue, so guests feel absolutely enveloped in color. (via Wanderlust Hotel)
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Hesperia Bilbao Hotel
Situated across the street from the world-famous Guggenheim Museum, the cubed, colorful facade of the Hesperia Bilbao Hotel resembles a game board by day and a Lite-Brite box by night. The interior contrasts the exterior, with monochromatic finishes and sleek design. (via NH Hotels)
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