Staying at the Madonna Inn was a unique experience. The Madonna Inn offers 110 whimsical rooms and all of them are different. We stayed in Room 164: "Merry", a sparkling pink jewel glitter room with a king bed located on the 3rd floor. You can check all of their rooms here

"Anybody can build one room and a thousand like it. It's more economical. Most places try to give you as little as possible. I try to give people a decent place to stay where they receive more than they are entitled to for what they're paying. I want people to come in with a smile and leave with a smile. It's fun."

I came across the Madonna Inn while doing research for our Pacific Coast Highway road trip. The hotel is a popular spot for tourists just passing through, thanks to the bakery (try the champagne cake), steak house, shops, cafe, pool with a waterfall and tennis court. If you decide to stay with over a hundred rooms you will have some funky themes to choose from. Caveman, Antique Cars, Fabulous Fifties, Indian, Jungle Rock, Mountain Cabin, Old Mexico, Daisy Mae, Rose Room, Desert Sands, Pony Room, China Flower are some of the room names, to give you an idea.

Wearing: Urban Outfitters Hat (similar here) | Asos Romper (similar here, here) | Asos Boots (similar here, here)

This room has vaulted ceilings with a crystal chandelier, a lot of pink and gold accents. The glitter is actually a shiny wallpaper.
Wearing below: Asos Hat (similar here, here)  | Zara Jacket (similar here) | Levi's Shirt (here) | Zara Shorts (similar here, here)

All of the colors of the rainbow are used, but pink is most notably favored. There's a lot of pink and gold in the unusual rosy lobby dining room, furnished with bright pink booths to match the pink tablecloths. 
"Pink, it makes everyone look good. It takes off 10 years." - Phyllis Madonna, owner of Madonna Inn

Left from the entrance is the Madonna Inn Bakery, which produces the infamous Pink Champagne Cake. A fluffy, creamy carb dream using Guittard pink chocolate. Fun fact: In May 2016, Madonna Inn experienced a pink chocolate shortage due to Guittard's overhaul of chocolate dyes. The Pink Champagne became creme-colored Champagne and the customers, let's say... they survived. Today, pink is back on the cake.
Hope you enjoyed this post! Love, Karla