Travelers who are on the hunt for a pop of vibrancy that makes them feel happier through color therapy can discover picturesque hotel suites that feature dynamic colors. From pastel blue bed frames to lime green couches, hotel suites are bursting with various hues that can brighten anyone’s day.
The following hotel suites are among the world’s most colorful.
Casa Palopo, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Perched on the edge of Santa Catarina Palopó, a Mayan town dotting the shore of Lake Atitlán, this 15-bedroom boutique hotel features bright stucco walls throughout the property, antique handcrafted furniture and a rich collection of artifacts and original paintings by renowned Latin American artists. The hotel’s brand new suites boast color palettes that range from soft yellows, blues and reds, lavender and neutral tones. Furnishings are rustic with finished wood accents handmade by industrial designer Diego Olivero. Plush pillows and textiles are incorporated throughout, as are iron accents, wool rugs and wall décor from local stores that pay homage to Guatemala’s rich textiles and colorful traditions.
Villa Bonita at The Westin Playa Bonita, Panama City, Panama
Villa Bonita sits just minutes from the bustling downtown on a mile long stretch of beach surrounded by lush tropical rainforests. Close to The Westin Playa Bonita, but a part of the main resort, Villa Bonita features 20 guest rooms, each vibrantly decorated with authentic artwork and artifacts to represent a different country. In effect, staying here feels like taking a trip around the globe. While the outside of this villa might appear prim and proper, guests who step inside should be ready for bold, rich and vivid colors. Travelers walking into the Indian-inspired suite can expect bright Indian yellow walls, orange window draping and green furnishing to reflect the vibrancy of the countries. With the two main focal colors, yellow and orange, guests get a room that feels welcoming and brings a sense of warmth and coziness.
Il Salviatino, Fiesole, Italy
Nestled among the sloping hills of Fiesole you’ll find Il Salviatino tucked into tall Italian pines and lush greenery. Il Salviatino is a luxuriously restored Renaissance villa originally built as a humble farmhouse. The recent renovations of the 44 individualized suites have resulted in a brightly colored gem. The Tegliacci Suite is painted an emerald shade of green with a pastel blue bed frame and bedding, along with a book wall with hundreds of colorful covers and an oversized marble fireplace.
Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, Nassau, Bahamas
Be prepared for Bahamas Red. The Reserve at Grand Hyatt Baha Mar, Bahamas, is the resort’s exclusive luxury hotel-within-a-hotel comprised of 105 suites and 23 poolside villas. Most notably, the exclusive tower is dramatically designed with Asian-inspired decor including bold red accents to resemble good fortune and is set against extravagant gold fixtures. Starting rate for a one-bedroom suite is $1,100 per night. Featuring a private entrance via private jet, yacht or luxury vehicle, The Reserve boasts a private balcony, living area, dining room, grandiose soaking tubs, pool table and an additional powder room.
The Saguaro Palm Springs, Palm Springs, California
Located in one of the most colorful communities in Southern California, The Saguaro Palm Springs will delight all the senses. Visitors are greeted with the hotel’s multi-colored facade and can retire to one of the hotel’s two-room suites where they will be greeted by cheery orange walls, lime green couches and multi-colored striped bedding. Choose your view such as pool, mountain, garden, courtyard or city lights. Each room has a private balcony or patio. You might even get your own garden. Each room has indoor and outdoor sitting areas, work stations and organic bath products and linens.
W Punta De Mita, Punta de Mita, Mexico
The Extreme Wow Oceanfront Oasis Suite is your own private beach house with an edge. The two-bedroom, 4,460-square-foot beachfront oasis pays homage to the bold, vivid traditions of Mexico’s indigenous Huichol natives, with a color palette inspired by the Mexican Flag – the red is found in the tiles of the swimming pool, the green in the surrounding vegetation and the white in the expansive views of the crashing waves on the beach seen from the suite’s private terrace. The living room features a bright red towering art installation along with a colorful mural by Mexican graffiti artist Nacho Bernal that adorns the outside terrace depicting whales, which migrate into the region during mating season. The rainbow colors in the mural are designed to represent the intricate multi-colored beading techniques of local Huichol artwork.