Are you one of those travelers that visits a hotel and falls in love with the décor, wishing you could take it home with you? We’ve taken a deeper look into resort rooms around the globe, determining the overall ambiance and design and décor highlights. Whether you’re looking for a destination-inspired theme, new color scheme, pieces to incorporate, or to simply refresh your bedroom design, these hotels might help to spark some roomspiration and give you a vision to transform your space.
A Hint of Rustic Charm at Las Lagunas Boutique Hotel | Peten, Guatemala
Located in the Peten Jungle of Guatemala, Las Lagunas Boutique Hotel offers 19 spacious bungalow suites bounded by nature in its truest form. Each suite hovers over the Quexil Lagoon, and includes peek-a-boo bathrooms with rainfall shower heads, as well as a stunning private deck with a large Jacuzzi for guests to relax in while sipping wine and lusting over views of the Mayan sunset. If you’re into the wooden theme intertwined with natural elements look to decorate your personal space, Las Lagunas Boutique Hotel offers the perfect inspiration. The suite’s polished wooden floors draped with animal print rugs, and its wooden wall to ceilings build, evokes a hint of masculine energy and rustic charm. Furnished with brown leather sofas, plush beds with white soft sheets, a dining table, and dark elegant drawers, the suite’s furniture is purposely spread out across different areas of the room to provide a spacious, fresh look, that administers absolute comfort to all guests. Its tall windows gives natural sunlight while smooth colors and neutral finishes allow room for various pops of colorful plants from the jungle (or garden) that sit just outside of your home to tie in an earthy look, as done at this eco-luxury hotel. To book a bungalow suite, visit www.laslagunashotel.com.
Nautical Vibes at Opal Sands Resort | Clearwater Beach, Florida
For a room where you can rest easy in a modern, artsy, and glamorous space and feel as if you were almost on the water, look to Opal Sands Resort for inspiration. The resort’s contemporary decor features cool turquoise and blue tones complemented by wood accents and beach-inspired patterns. Design firm NBWW is behind the resort’s curved exterior which treats every room to a view of the Gulf of Mexico and the stylish interiors are by Design Duncan Miller Ullman. With a design concept of “color, reflect, and restore” throughout the hotel, local artist Christopher Still uses the Gulf of Mexico and Opal Sands’ home of Clearwater Beach as inspiration for coastal-themed paintings and artwork on display. Standout pieces include a glass sculpture representing the movement and colors of the waves and a large metal grouper sculpture made up of smaller Gulf fish and marine life. To duplicate Opal Sands’ look, think of bold blue colors, statement artwork, light fixtures, and furniture, and anything that embodies modern, beach-chic decor.
A Minimalistic Chic, Art Lover’s Daydream at Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis | Minneapolis, Minnesota
An alluring, art-lover’s hotel located in the heart of the city’s vibrant theater district, Le Méridien Chambers Minneapolis is constructed within two landmark revival buildings designed by architecture legend David Rockwell. The Penthouse Suite features original contemporary artwork from the private collection of owner Ralph Burnet, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a 600 square foot wraparound balcony that offers unobstructed views of the city’s glittering urban landscape. Plus, a luxurious freestanding tub, rainforest shower with glass-enclosed doors, dining table, and kitchenettes with minibar. (also a hotspot for A-listers) Guests of the bold, modern boutique hotel can also take a bite out of Minneapolis with cutting-edge gourmet cuisine at MARIN restaurant & bar and customized culinary experiences led by Executive Chef Mike Rakun.
Boho-Chic Beach House Ambiance at French Leave Resort | Eleuthera, The Bahamas
For a feeling of true serenity and a cozy beach house ambiance, the newly launched boutique French Leave Resort sets the bar with its 12 gorgeous one- and two-bedroom villas overlooking one of the world’s most picturesque harbors, Cupid’s Cay, on the pink sand beaches of Eleuthera (a hidden gem island in the Bahamas). With British Colonial and Caribbean influences, a theme of sophisticated boho-chic reigns throughout the villas and resort common areas. The color palette focuses on calming white and neutrals complemented by pops of water-inspired blue tones and design details including shells, corals, seaglass, wood, and rope. For a light and airy feel, French Leave maximizes its spectacular views of the island with large windows, glass doors, and open spaces. Embrace escapism and relaxed luxury with a homey-yet-chic Caribbean-inspired environment.
A Taste for Historic Masterpieces at Il Salviatino | Florence, Italy
Originally built as a humble farmhouse then refurbished by some of Florence’s elite families over the years, Il Salviatino is a luxuriously revamped Renaissance villa set within the sloping hills of Fiesole, yet only a stone’s throw away from the Florence city centre. Surrounded by a lush private park, the hotel was built in the 15th century and for centuries was used as a cultural gathering place for artists, performers, and intellectuals. With 45 individually decorated rooms and suites, Il Salviatino takes hospitality and luxury to another level, blending local artisanship and the latest technologies to make each room extraordinary and unique. The Affresco Suite provides quintessential renaissance retreat, ideal for history and art lovers alike centered around a breathtaking 1886 fresco by Bruschi. This dreamy space seamlessly blends authentic Italian charm with 21st century technology, featuring two oil canvases by Gabriel van der Leeuw known as “Il Fiammingo” and equipped with a vast open living space, and a unique bathroom with an ancient stone bath tub.
Brighten Up Your Space – Casa Palopo | Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Casa Palopo is a lakeside home turned boutique hotel surrounded by three magnificent volcanoes and 12 charming indigenous Mayan villages. The luxury property is home to no more than (9) spacious rooms each uniquely decorated with contemporary and indigenous Guatemalan artwork that hang on brightly colored stucco walls, along with antique artifacts decorating all corners of the room, and . Private terraces are furnished with wooden loungers, creating the perfect nook to absorb the views, or indulge in in-room spa treatments. Because the word Atitlán comes from the Mayan word meaning, “the place where the rainbow gets its colors,” a pot of gold lives at the foot of many of the beds at Casa Palopó. Bathrooms in each of Casa Palopo’s suite are all bright painted with bright yellows or blues, with fine wooden furnishings, elegant open showers, and some include separate bathtubs for a relaxing soak, like the San Juan Deluxe suite boasting a tub on the outdoor terrace, for guests to indulge in a calming bath while taking in the beautiful scenery.
Sunny Home-Away-From-Home at Sandpearl Resort | Clearwater Beach, Florida
As soon as you step foot at Sandpearl Resort, you’ll be captivated by old world Florida charm and feel right at home. The Living Room (aka the lobby) welcomes guests with a glass of champagne from the Lobby Ambassador and a warm atmosphere that opens up right onto the waterfall, lagoon pool, then the sparkling white-sand beach. The luxury resort focuses on warm tones and textures, and tropical patterns and accommodations feature white linens, neutral and yellow design details, complemented by wooden furniture and patio rocking chairs. You’ll see more yellows as you head down to the beach and enjoy a seat on one of the beach loungers. Throughout the resort, take advantage of the gorgeous setting and views with large, floor-to-ceiling windows and plush seating perfectly positioned to take in the beauty of the area. To capture the Sandpearl essence in your own design, frame sepia-toned photographs, get a water feature such as a small waterfall, add a bar cart, and think warm and sunny vibes.
Black & White with Pops of Color at W Minneapolis – The Foshay | Minneapolis, Minnesota
Channel the roaring 1920’s at W Minneapolis – The Foshay, a chic and vibrant art deco-inspired retreat in the heart of one of Minneapolis’ most iconic neighborhoods. For those living in the midst of city life and favor that bold and modern bedroom look, take a peek at hotel’s Extreme Wow Suite for inspiration. The two-bedroom suite wraps around the top of the tower overlooking panoramic views of the Minneapolis and its lush outskirts, bringing a new perspective to the term “urban landscape.” At the center of the sleeper’s nest, you’ll find W’s signature bed boasting a black frame, with an all white pillowtop mattress, lavish linens, goose-down duvets, and plush black & white decorative pillows, while mirrored nightstands sitting at either side of the bed enhance the glamorous look. Chandelier-like lamps with hanging baubles sparkle the suite’s empty corners. And a black couch, oversized mahogany leather chair, blends of black, gray and bright fuschia decor scattered throughout the suite’s corners, and a carpet with an avant-garde design adds texture and energy for a vivid living space..
Wes Anderson Goes to the Beach at Circa 39 | Miami Beach, Florida
Circa 39 is a bright, quirky, boutique oasis in the heart of Miami’s trending Mid-Beach — inspired by wanderlust and designed to be a home away from home for explorers at heart. A charming place with a positive vibe, Circa 39 is set to provide an authentic taste of the melting pot that is Miami. The hotel’s globetrotting décor embraces an eclectic mix of styles, from beachside simplicity to tropical vibrancy, vintage charm and old world comfort. To channel Circa 39’s vibe, go for pops of vivid orange, green, and aqua, contrasted with calming, beach-y whites. Recreate the feel of the live plant wall in Circa 39’s lobby with some potted tropical plants or hanging succulents, and your room will be transformed into an exotic oasis. To tie it altogether, add curtains with a bright print, and collect post cards and travel sayings to create an eye-catching gallery wall.