My love for travel has changed during this pandemic but it doesn’t mean I don’t keep up with the hottest hotels in the game. I am talking about the Goodtime Hotel, in Miami Beach Florida owned by Pharrell Williams and David Grutman.
The pastel wonderland of colors is created with the help of interior decorator Ken Fulk. During the Architecture Digest interview Pharrell and David Grutman toured the hotel. Pharrell describes the Hotel as “one vibration you come in one way and you leave another.” Patterns are covered from floor to ceiling decorated by Ken Fulk. Specific trees and plants were brought in by Raymond Jungles, within each room it looks like fantastic escape.
The hotel reminds me a Ted Talk that discussed the feelings of joy. The importance of living life to the fullest. This hotel is perfect for everyone from photographers and painters that love color to people that love pastels and a vibrant aesthetic . In a sunshine state like Florida, the Goodtime hotel serves the purpose of sharing many relaxing days.
Photos all from @goodtimehotel Instagram
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Hi, thank you so much for enjoying the post. I learned about the Goodtime Hotel from both social media and watching the Architecture Digest video where both Pharrell and David Grutman discussed the hotel and all its small details. Here’s the link to the video