Trixie Motel where the RHOSLC cast stayed: photos

when The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City The cast is on a girls’ trip, you know some drama is going to go down.

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That’s what we actually started to encounter in Episode 2 of Season 4, as the ladies hopped in a Sprinter van and headed to Palm Springs, California, to visit the absolutely gorgeous Hotel Trixie — a vintage-inspired “pink paradise” curated by drag artist Trixie Mattel. While Whitney Rose brought Angie Katsanivas with her to the hotel early as a (potentially dramatic) surprise, Heather Jay, Lisa Barlow, Meredith Marks, Monica Garcia, and Mary Cosby drove together from the airport, excited to experience the eye-popping getaway vacation.

“It is amazing!” Angie exclaimed as she and Whitney entered the hotel, which had a pink exterior as well as a pink and white striped theme next to the outdoor pool, which matched perfectly with the fringed umbrellas and elegant white lounge chairs.

“It’s like a dollhouse,” Angie added, as Whitney exclaimed, “I knew it was pink, but I didn’t realize.” Everything “It was pink!” Additional details included pink heart-shaped pool floats, geometric patterns, pink and white striped pool tools, and artistic details like plastic pink flamingos and pink floral decorative pillows.

The outdoor space was contrasted with pops of green, including Trixie’s colorful “cactus garden” and other lush greenery dotting the exterior.

“I’ve known Trixie for some time,” Whitney explained as she and Angie met up with the drag star for a tour of the space. “We went out together, we teamed up, and she was my girlfriend first, so of course I’m going to come early to my friend’s hotel and… I think it’s a funny and rude way to mark my territory.”

According to the hotel’s website, the residence — which resembles a mid-century roadside motel with its varied furnishings and candy-colored aesthetic — offers “seven themed rooms,” which include three suites, three queen rooms, and a “honeymoon suite.” ”

Scroll down to see all the stunning details of the space with more pink details.

Inside the Trixie Hotel in Palm Springs

While the outside of the hotel was attractive enough, stepping inside was more of a dream, as the pink and green palette continued throughout.

When Whitney and Angie meet Trixie in what appears to be a central gathering area, we discover adorable pink velvet barstools, a pink and green tile backsplash, and pink and green wallpaper with a flamingo print. Additionally, many gold details can be seen throughout, with gold faucets, cabinet handles, bar tools, and more.

In addition to the pink and green, some rooms took us back to the 1960s, with pink, orange and yellow geometric patterns, golden yellow velvet-lined walls, and colorful tiled floors.

The bathroom is outfitted with pink hexagon tiles, pink wallpaper, and more gold accessories. It also features more flowers and green plants for an extra touch.

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