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There's A Barbie Hotel Room In Costa Rica, And It's Like, Totally Cool

barbie suite hilton costa ricaIt's pink and girly and awesome! We jest. But Barbie lovers disappointed that the new Royal Caribbean cruise packages are just for kids can now get their fill of the blonde doll's signature color with a new themed room at the DoubleTree by Hilton in San Juan, Costa Rica.

It isn't the first time Hilton has partnered with Barbie - themed rooms pop up around the world, generally for a few months at a time, including hotels in Toronto, Argentina and Korea.

A bit at odds with the hotel's modern hacienda style, the room is nevertheless sure to delight Barbie lovers of all ages with its pink-on-pink-on-pink decor and Barbie-themed accessories.

The best part? The room is pretty cheap, starting at just $109 a night with breakfast for two kids. The room attaches to a King-bedded room, perfect for parents with children. To reserve, guests must call the hotel directly.

What do you think? Would you stay here? Personally, we'd prefer the Barbie Suite at The Palms in Las Vegas.

Filed under: Hotels and Accommodations, Central America

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