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13 Statement Hotel Plants You Can Grow in Your Home

If you’re inspired by cozy hotel rooms, lobby, and entrance–mimic some of that look by trying Hotel Plants You Can Grow in Your Home.

Have a look at the best indoor plants according to different light conditions here

1. Bird of Paradise

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Botanical Name: Strelitzia reginae

The banana-like foliage on sturdy stems beautiful bird-like blooms make this houseplant hotelier’s favorite.

Have a look at the best Bird of Paradise types you can grow here

2. Mother-in-law’s Tongue

Botanical Name: Sansevieria trifasciata

Snake plants look elegant in any style of decor with their architectural beauty. Not to mention the fact that they can survive in low light and drought.

Here’s all you need to know about growing Snake plant

3. Dracaena

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Botanical Name: Dracaena deremensis ‘Warneckii’

Not just this variety–all types of dracaenas are trendy houseplants.

Have a look at the best Dracaena varieties you can grow here

4. Philodendron

Botanical Name: Thaumatophyllum bipinnatifidum

Philodendron offers a range of varieties that you can use to create a hotel-like decor indoors. Growing philodendron indoors is also easy, and you can grow it even in water as well!

Here are the best indoor Philodendron varieties you can grow

5. Bromeliads

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Botanical Name: Bromeliaceae

For a luxe look indoors–grow bromeliads. There are many different bromeliad varieties you can choose from.

6. Peace Lily

Botanical Name: Spathiphyllum

Peace lily can be a charming addition if you desire to get resort-like vibes in your bedroom or bathroom.

Have a look at some awesome benefits of growing Peace Lily here

7. Ponytail Palm

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Botanical Name: Beaucarnea recurvata

This (succulent) palm resembles an elephant’s foot and can grow quite tall indoors: A reason why we added it to our list of large houseplants.

Check out our article on best dwarf palms for homes here

8. Pygmy Date Palm

Botanical Name: Phoenix roebelenii

This multi-stem palm variety with narrow green fronds is easy to care for and does well in indirect light, making it popular in hotels in tropical regions.

9. Lady Palm

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Botanical Name: Rhapis excelsa

You can include this palm variety easily in your indoor garden. It features multiple bush-like clumps with upright, deep green fronds that split into fan-like sections.

10. Calathea

Botanical Name: Calathea

Perfect for hotel rooms and lobbies, you can grow any calathea variety in your home. It also got a spot in our list of big foliage plants.

Here’s all you need to know about growing Calathea

11. Monstera

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Botanical Name: Monstera delisiosa

You can create a hotel-like decor indoors with perforated foliage of monstera! Choose a bright, warm location that receives indirect sunlight and water moderately.

You can also grow monstera in the water. Find out how here

12. Dumb Cane

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Botanical Name: Dieffenbachia

Dieffenbachia is an overused plant in the hotel lobbies because of its low maintenance nature. You can also grow it easily in your living room or hallway.

Here are some great benefits of growing Dieffenbachia

13. Ruffled Fan Palm

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Botanical Name: Licuala grandis

This tall indoor plant having large fan-shaped leaves makes an elegant statement with its exquisite size and shape. Grow it in a big pot and place it near a bright light source.

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