This post is really late! I’m sorry!
Went on this trip back in the beginning of March! But I took my best friend to the Madonna Inn to celebrate her last fling before her wedding!
We brought a ton of dresses and accessories to wear to shoot around the hotel and just have an overall fun girly weekend!
We stayed in the room “GO”. It was a room fit for a Princess, with a high ceiling, beautiful sparkly blue walls, comfortable queen bed, vintage chairs and beautiful details in the bathroom, including a seat warming toilet! The room was a rounded shape and every wall was lined with sequin looking blue wall paper. It was really magical and now I want my own room at home to look like this!
The “GO” room is part of a collection of rooms at the Madonna Inn, being the middle room between ‘Merry’, ‘Go’, ‘Round’. Each room for this series has a different sparkly colored wall and fun vintage furniture to finish them. If you stay in ‘Merry’ it would bright pink walls just like a Barbie glam house! If you so get a chance to stay in all 3 rooms I’m sure it’ll be super fun and sparkly!
The hotel itself is so fun! When first looking up the rooms, I thought they would be tacky, but I was really wrong. I was really surprised at how beautiful the hotel was with its old classic feel. The gaudy flower carpet throughout the hotel shops, lobby/reception and dining areas were really a fun touch to give this place some character. The awesome bar and lounge area lead right into the beautiful Alex Steakhouse. The dinning area had amazing hot pink booth seats and twinkling lights and roses all around! There was so much to look at it is a bit overwhelming but it’s a great place for a romantic dinner or fun place for a bachlorette party! The room was filled with red hanging paper hearts, and there were touches of different colors from the plants, table settings and water cups on the tables. The Valentine’s decorations were still up giving it an even more romantic feel, but I heard for the holiday season it is beautifully decorated with Christmas decor.
Looking past the beautiful decorations though, the food was a bit disappointing. Well overpriced for what you get. It wasn’t bad, there was just anything WOW about it. We ordered the Rib Eye Steak and Farfaelle Chicken Pasta. Presentation could use a bit more work for a place this pricey but it was not a bad meal because you pay for the atmosphere of the charming and romantic feel of the restaurant.
The next morning, we checked out the Copper Cafe. Really cute old world type of feel, with wood carvings everywhere. It was very charming and we were pleasantly surprised at how reasonably priced and delicious our breakfast was. Also wanted to note that the sugar was pink! hehe. Really cute touch.
Overall really enjoyed our stay at the Madonna Inn! There is a lot to see and do here, with the fun decor of the whole hotel, the beautiful pool and spa area, as well as a cute secret garden and a lot of fun quirky art installations all over the place! Not to mention the hot pink tennis courts! I would highly recommend this place for weddings, bachelorette parties, birthdays, girls weekend, or a romantic getaway. It’s definitely suitable and fun for families but I personally think it’s much more exciting and fun for an older crowd. They say they have a room for just about everyone!
I will be back to check out another room sometime in the near future!
Take a gander and check it out yourself!
Click here to view the Madonna Inn Website.
Thanks for reading! 😀 ❤