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Travel Like Barbie at These 6 Barbiecore Hotels

by Kimberly Krol Inlander

Sep 29, 2022

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Barbie’s signature color is hotter than ever as the world prepares for 2023’s Barbie-inspired movie. Bring a touch of Barbiecore to your travels by staying at these six pink hotels.



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The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort, Waikiki

With a nickname of Pink Palace of the Pacific, this was a natural on the list. Open since 1927 and boasting a pink façade and Spanish-Moorish design, the hotel has welcomed celebrities and dignitaries and boasts 528 guestrooms and suites, two pools, 15 acres of private beach and more.


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The Don CeSar

Another Pink Palace, The Don CeSar celebrates its 95th anniversary in 2023 with a top-to-bottom renovation of its six restaurants, 277 guestrooms and suites, two pools, spa and public spaces.


JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa

Here, it’s the patrons that are pink — a flock of Chilean flamingos reside on Flamingo Island at the entrance to the resort. Guests can join daily feedings, or take in the resort’s two golf courses and a serene spa.


The Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club

Renovations debut at The Vinoy in December 2022, but its pink exterior will remain. The historic hotel boasts 362 rooms, two pools, 10 Har-Tru tennis courts, a golf course and five restaurants.



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The Laylow, Autograph Collection

Get your camera ready for the photo-worthy guestrooms with monstera pink wallpaper at this Honolulu hotel. There are pink pops of décor throughout the property’s Mid Century Modern aesthetic.



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Renaissance Charlotte SouthPark Hotel

Pink overload awaits with the hotel’s American Girl Everything Pink Package, including a guestroom with PINK sheets, towels and accessories; pink cookies and milk ready in room upon arrival; a special robe and slippers for the American Girl doll; PINK robes for kids available to purchase; and a take-home American Girl Shopping Bag and Doll Bed.


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Ontario International Airport Opens Terminal Dining, Shopping to Non-Travelers

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