The world is slowly opening up again and the summer holidays are fast approaching so travel is on people’s minds. If you’re living in America you can already discover your own vast country (lucky you!). I love sharing beautiful design hotels with you and today we’re taking a look at The Goodtime Hotel in Miami Beach.
If you love the pastel colored aesthetic from Wes Anderson movies, you’re going to love The Goodtime Hotel. The hotel is a pastel-colored oasis just outside the besutle of South Beach.
The Goodtime Hotel is a collaboration between Pharrell Williams and nightlife entrepreneur David Grutman. For the interior design of the hotel they turned to Ken Fulk, who created bright and happy spaces filled with colorful rooms, cozy seating spots and tropical influences.
The Hotel Rooms
The Goodtime Hotel has 266 hotel rooms. Ranging from small queen rooms overlooking the ocean to king rooms. But also rooms with accessible shower and rooms that are “hearing accessible” (which have a visual door bell and strobe)
“Strawberry Moon, named for the full moon that occurs closest to the summer solstice, is the centerpiece of the goodtime hotel. It offers an energetic and dynamic gathering place for all of our guests. Diners will find a variety of Mediterranean classics that are fun and flavorful, as well as “Club House Classics” that promise to satisfy comfort food cravings. The indoor-outdoor atmosphere immediately elevates one’s mood, and all but guarantees a carefree good time.”