You Can Stay In A Decked-out Lisa Frank Hotel Room That’s Like A Blast From The Past
Posted October 9, 2019 10:50 a.m. EDT
Updated September 21, 2020 12:00 p.m. EDT
In the ’90s, nothing was cooler than a backpack full of Lisa Frank school supplies. The brand is known for its colorful designs and fun fantasy characters, and now you can revisit your grade school obsession by staying overnight in the Lisa Frank Flat from Hotels.com.
The penthouse suite at the Barsala in Los Angeles has been transformed into a Lisa Frank dream hideaway, and it has everything you need for a nostalgia-filled stay, including a rainbow window display, a light-up canopy bed and a mural wall.
Reservations are open as of Oct. 11, and you can book a stay between Oct. 11 and Oct. 27 exclusively through Hotels.com for $199 per night.
“We wanted to design a room that celebrates all things ’90s, and nothing screams childhood nostalgia more than these iconic designs,” Adam Jay, president of Hotels.com, said in a press release.
Check out this promo video posted to Instagram by Hotels.com:
“LIKE OMG!” reads the caption. “Introducing the Hotels.com Lisa Frank Flat in Los Angeles. Now you can sleepover in this ’90s nostalgia-inducing dream room, @LisaFrank notebooks and all.”
Barsala also shared some shots of the room on its Instagram account:
“This spacious Barsala penthouse will have you feeling like you’ve been transported directly into a scene on one of Lisa Frank’s notebooks from your childhood,” reads the caption. “Time to dust off your trapper keepers and whip out those unicorn pencil pouches!”
In addition to the totally ’90s design and decor, the suite also comes stocked with your favorite throwback treats from the decade, including Gushers, Cheez Balls and Pixy Stix. Guests will also get plush robes, slipper sets and sleep masks.
Although you may have outgrown your need for Trapper Keepers long ago, the mini-office space comes with the Lisa Frank school supplies you’ll remember from your childhood, including branded pencils and gel pens.
“Over the past four decades, Lisa Frank fans have grown up enjoying our art in many forms,” the Lisa Frank team said in the press release. “Many of them now book hotel rooms for themselves and their families, and we are excited to partner with Hotels.com to offer this immersive Lisa Frank experience.”
Would you stay in a Lisa Frank-decorated hotel room?