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10 Hotels For a More Vibrant Life

  • Semiramis Hotel, Athens

  • Gansevoort Meatpacking, New York

  • Ham Yard, London

  • Pantone Hotel, Brussels

  • Saguaro Palm Springs, California

  • Wanderlust Hotel, Singapore

  • Salvator Hotel Villas & Spa, Greece

  • Dar Hi, Tunisia

  • Capo La Gala Hotel, Amalfi Coast

  • Luna2 Studiotel, Bali

March, 2015

Tangerine, aquamarine, shocking pink and shamrock green. Is there a treatment more effective in chasing off any remaining winter doldrums than a course of color therapy? With these ten super-saturated hotels, we’ve given it our best shot.

1.

Semiramis Hotel
Athens, Greece — Where monochrome white is the national norm, the Semiramis stands out for its generous helpings of day-glo colors, courtesy of maximalist designer Karim Rashid.
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2.

Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC
New York, New York — This tends to be a pretty conservative city from a visual perspective, with many hotels done up in sober neutrals — all Gansevoort Meatpacking needs is some strong gem-toned accents to touch off a veritable riot of color.
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3.

Ham Yard Hotel
London, England — Not at all afraid to break out the swatches and sample charts is Kit Kemp’s Firmdale Hotels. The new Ham Yard’s visual dazzle is enough to liven up London’s grayest days.
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4.

Pantone Hotel
Brussels, Belgium — If you want a crash course in color theory you could hardly do better than this Belgian boutique hotel, created in collaboration with Pantone, the famous color-matching company.
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5.

Saguaro Palm Springs
Palm Springs, California — Fun is what this town is all about, and the new Saguaro Palm Springs sets the mood, its joyful message visible for miles thanks to the colors of its rainbow-spanning façade.
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6.

Wanderlust Hotel
Singapore — While the public spaces of Wanderlust employ a subtler color strategy, check into one of the ten Pantone rooms and you’ll be treated to rich hues from floor to ceiling.
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7.

Salvator Hotel Villas & Spa
Parga, Greece — Aegean blue is the standby accent color on the islands, but in Parga, a hillside town on Greece’s northwest coast, bold strokes of olive green mirror the lush landscape.
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8.

Dar Hi
Nefta, Tunisia — Outside Dar Hi appears to be a conservative player, but inside it’s a different story. Brilliant shades of aqua, orange and yellow are evidence of Matali Crasset’s eccentric side.
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9.

Capo La Gala Hotel
Amalfi Coast, Italy — When all that white and navy starts to feel too typical for a seaside vacation, in steps Capo La Gala, whose twist on the maritime theme feels polished but casual.
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10.

Luna2 Studiotel
Bali, Indonesia — Luna2’s interiors might cross the line from tastefully vibrant into vividly kitschy, but if you can’t put up with a bit of fun in Bali, of all places, then there’s no hope for you.
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