Hotels.com is offering every 90s kid’s dream! They took over a hotel room and covered it with Lisa Frank everything. Take a peek inside!
Wake up, 90s kids! Hotels.com is offering a room you’re not going to want to miss. Not only is it decorated like a Lisa Frank explosion, it’s also stocked with all of your favorite 90s snacks. What more could you ask for? It’s like all my dreams from when I was eight come true!
Hotels.com took over the penthouse inside Barsala Flats in Downtown Los Angeles and made it into a rainbow wonderland. The bed has a bright pink frame with Lisa Frank bedding and a gauzy canopy. One wall is covered with a blue, pink, and purple cloud mural and the curtains are a complete rainbow.
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But wait until you see the kitchen! Each cupboard is a different color of the rainbow with a cheetah or zebra one thrown in the mix for good measure. There are also rainbow dish towels on the stove and a huge rainbow-swirl column separating the kitchen and the living room. It is absolutely delightful.
The kitchen is stocked with everything your ten-year-old self would crave, including Fun Dip, Pixy Stix, Planters Cheez Balls, Gushers, Rain-Blo gumballs, Pop-Tarts, and Warheads. The cupboards are also stuffed with plush bears in all different colors.
The bathroom is covered with a coral reef/ocean mural with rainbow fish and bubbles all over the walls. Inside the shower, the back wall has the classic Lisa Frank dolphin painted on it. It also has matching towels, shampoo and conditioner, and a mermaid-themed bath mat.
The room is also sprinkled with Lisa Frank trapper keepers, pencils, robe, eye mask, slippers, and cozy furniture. According to Delish, you can begin booking this colorful space starting Oct 11. and it costs $199 per night.
What do you think of this Lisa Frank hotel room? Will you be making a reservation to stay there? Let us know in the comments below!