Move over millennial pink, and say hello to the warm and welcoming shade described as a ‘velvety gentle peach tone, whose all-embracing spirit enriches mind, body and soul.’ With travel also set to take mind, body and soul wellness to the next level in 2024, as almost a fifth (18%) of Canadian travellers are interested in a health focused travel experience next year*, what better complement to a restorative vacation than a peach-colored stay? With that in mind,, a global leader in connecting travellers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay, is sharing some of the best hotels around the world that showcase this harmonious hue. Think pretty facades, calming interiors and nurturing soft textiles, all with blissful peachy sunsets to match. 

Mount Nelson, A Belmond Hotel Cape Town, South Africa 

Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, Orange Street, Cape Town, South Africa

Nestled between Table Mountain and the city of Cape Town, this hotel is a blushing leafy oasis in the heart of the city. It was painted in its peach hue back in 1918, a symbol of peace to signify the end of World War I, and this calm color now permeates through its sweetly decorated cottages lined with white picket fences. Interiors are spacious and elegant with clever use of potted palms and mirrors to bring the outdoors in, while guests can sink into neutral-toned soft furnishings and textured fabrics. The Oasis restaurant at the hotel overlooks the pool and manicured gardens, and serves the hotel’s famous afternoon tea using fresh, locally sourced produce. travellers can continue tucking into culinary delights by exploring the local artisan foods of Cape Town on a Food Markets Tour, visiting food traders, local artists and vintage clothing designers.  

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Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel, Orange Street, Cape Town, South Africa

La Réserve de Beaulieu – Beaulieu-sur-Mer, France

Perched on the shores of the French Riviera, both the interior and exterior of this palatial seaside hotel are washed with sprays of peaches and cream. Its sweeping pastel sea rooms are embellished with hints of Florentine decor from marble bathrooms to gilded furniture, while the grandeur of the old-paneled bar is a prime spot to indulge in a chic cocktail. Guests can lounge on a deckchair next to the saltwater pool under a peach umbrella, an advantageous spot to soak up the mellow pinky-orange sunsets over the Mediterranean. For those looking to bliss out, the hotel’s spa features a hammam, a hot tub and sensory showers as well as treatment cabins offering relaxing packages from water jet massages to skin-repairing facials. The hotel, which was once just a seafood restaurant, now has four culinary experiences including La Réserve, which has just been awarded a Michelin star. The Côte d’Azur is famed for its gorgeous coastline and mesmerizing sunsets, and a Riviera Cruise where travellers can glide along and soak up the historic hilltop villages and Citadel comes highly recommended. 

Hotel Ippoliti – Nafplio, Greece

As pretty as a peach, this neoclassical mansion has been carefully restored with its original features, antique-style furnishings and delicate golden chandeliers. Rooms are decorated in warm and earthy tones of brown and gold which offset the hotel’s punchy peach exterior, and each suite features reproductions of famous Greek paintings, a whirlpool tub and a private hammam. Guests can lounge around on peachy soft leather sofas, or outside by the pool a rare find in the center of Nafplio. With a prime location along the historic harbor front, this Travel Sustainable hotel has been recognized by the local Ministry of Culture as a work of art, and even gives local artists a platform to display their talents. Nafplio is one of Greece’s prettiest and most romantic towns, and travellers can explore the UNESCO-listed Acropolis and ancient city on an Acropolis Private Tour, weaving through attractive narrow streets past towering fortresses and Venetian houses. 

Castello di Casole, A Belmond Hotel – Tuscany, Italy

Nestled in the rolling vineyards and olive groves of the Italian countryside (recently named the most welcoming place in the world in’s Traveller Review Awards 2024), this former 10th century castle is now an elegant hotel splashed in a peach exterior with terracotta tiles. Each suite features stone walls, heated floors and marble and mosaic bathrooms with free-standing tubs. The unpretentious warmth of the staff is reflected in the inviting peach tones that pepper through this five-star hotel, with everything guests could want including two restaurants serving delicious Italian fare and Chianti wines. The elegant bar, Visconti, is named after the family who used to own the castle and guests can enjoy a fruity peach cocktail bellini and a fiery red sunset from the glass-tiled infinity pool. It wouldn’t be a trip to Tuscany without a Chianti Wine Region Tour, where travellers can pair wine tasting with hillside views, endless vineyards and incredible local produce of olive oil, cheese and salami. 

The Royal Hawaiian Waikiki, Hawaii

Opening in 1927, this brightly-hued hotel ushered in a new era of resort travel to Hawaii. Set on Waikiki Beach, with its private sanctuary of beachfront cabanas, it features unrivaled views of the Pacific Ocean. Known as the Pink Palace the resort exudes Spanish-Moorish architecture and is made up of two distinctly designed buildings, the Historic Wing and Mailani Tower, each with their own bold style choices. Guests can experience local fruits at the Mai Tai Bar and fresh seafood at the oceanfront Azure restaurant, which has a commitment to local production for local consumption. If guests can tear themselves away, venture out on a Circle Island Tour where sightseers can visit the vibrant landmarks of the island, from the Diamond Head Volcano to Halona Blowhole, followed by snorkeling at Waimanalo, renowned for its white-sand beaches and Hawaiian green sea turtles. 

*Travel Predictions 2024 research commissioned by and conducted among a sample of adults who plan to travel for business or leisure in the next 12-24 months. In total, 27,730 respondents across 33 countries and territories were polled (including 1008 from Argentina, 1012 from Australia, 505 from Austria, 1001 from Belgium, 1002 from Brazil, 1009 from Canada, 1009 from China, 1002 from Colombia, 508 from Croatia, 504 from Denmark, 1011 from France, 1011 from Germany, 1016 from Hong Kong, 1004 from India, 510 from Ireland, 504 from Israel, 1014 from Italy, 1004 from Japan, 1009 from Mexico, 1014 from The Netherlands, 1015 from New Zealand, 500 from Portugal, 502 from Singapore, 1010 from South Korea, 1009 from Spain, 502 from Sweden, 507 from Switzerland, 504 from Taiwan, 1003 from Thailand, 502 from the UAE, 1007 from the UK, 1005 from the US and 1007 from Vietnam). Respondents completed an online survey in July 2023.