A few years ago, pink was a color that many people cowered away from. It was the color that adorned little girls’ rooms, and it was the color that was just a little too overpowering for most people’s liking. However, it’s safe to say that pink has seen an epic revival, and it seems as though more and more architects, hotel decorators, interior designers, and home owners are using it within their buildings. These pink places are stunning, and it makes us want to buy some pink paint ASAP…
The Gallery Restaurant At Sketch
London is full of amazing restaurants, but if you’re looking for something pink and perfect, then look no further. The Gallery Restaurant at Sketch is a pink lovers paradise and was designed by the wonderful India Mahdavi. The whole restaurant – from floor to ceiling – is pink in every way, and those chairs are truly something special.
Paradiso Ibiza Art Hotel
If you’ve ever been to Ibiza, you’ll know that this vacation destination is all about being cool and on-trend – it’s fair to say that the Paradiso Ibiza Art Hotel has hit the nail on the head. As well as have a pink pool bar, many of the rooms are decked out in pink paint with epic furniture thrown into the mix.
Rosas and Xocolate Hotel
Fancy a trip to Mexico? You just have to stay at the Rosas and Xocolate Hotel. This is a pink paradise, and the only problem you’ll find is that you don’t want to leave the confines of the hotel. Both the inside of the hotel and the outside is laden with pink paint, and it’s enough to leave you with a huge smile on your face. We need to book our vacation right now.
You’ve gotta love pink, right? Well, these pink places are truly something special.
Beautiful country Argentina’s diverse geography stretches from the subtropical north to the sub-Antarctic regions of scenic Patagonia in the south. The dreamy landscape and delicious food are something that you should experience at least once in your lifetime. If you are thinking of visiting this beautiful South American country, check out these top 3 tourist attractions that you can explore.
Perito Moreno Glacier
The Los Glaciares National Park at Patagonia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a tourist hub thanks to its popular glaciers. The beautiful Perito Moreno Glacier is a colossal ice formation that is 30 kilometers long. It is the third-largest freshwater reserve in the world. The national park is about two hours away from El Calafate town. From there, it is a short walk to the poplar glacier. There are many tours for ice trekking too for climbing the glacier.
Mendoza is one of Argentina’s most beautiful cities. This city is filled with Art Deco architecture, scenic wineries, and olive groves. Mendoza is popular with both outdoor and wine enthusiasts. Along with wine tasting, hiking the top of the 6,960-meter-tall Aconcagua Mountain, white-water rafting, and under-the-stars camping are the most popular tourist activities here. The city also has many other attractions, including a number of museums and annual festivals, as well as a bustling central market rich in fresh, produces and eateries, named the Mercado Central.
Puerto Madryn and the Valdés Peninsula
Nestled on the coast of Patagonian, the stunning city of Puerto Madryn is located at Golfo Nuevo with a view of the shores. Its coastline is rugged and clear. You can enjoy water sports on this emerald water. Being rich in diverse wildlife, the UNESCO World Heritage Site Valdez Peninsula is any nature lover’s dream. Guided tours to this nature reserve will give an all-in-one place chance to see whales, sea lions, elephant seals, orcas, and various migratory shorebirds, particularly Magellanic penguins.