Enjoy a Colorful Stay at the Pantone Hotel in Brussels
If you were looking for amazing places to stay for the next time you end up in Brussels, we have the perfect thing for you.
When it comes to hotels, the majority of them tend to be a bit boring, not having that special element which will eventually offer you an incredible experience during your stay.
But we can’t say the same thing about this awesome Pantone Hotel in Brussels, because as you will see, it offers a true one of a kind and at the same time, very colorful experience.
Designed by architect Olivier Hannaert and decorated by interior designer Michel Penneman, the Pantone Hotel offers a variety of seven color palettes spread over 59 rooms.
So you can basically choose the color of the room you want to stay in, how cool is that?
“From vivid to subdued, for business or leisure, our unique boutique design hotel perfectly suits your savvy palette and colorful imagination.”
The hotel offers two type of rooms for your stay, the “Large Rooms” which are pretty spacious, and feature modern amenities like flat screen LCD television, luxurious beds and linens, designer furniture, in-room electric safe, central A/C with individual climate controls, and WiFi, this being a standard at the Pantone Hotel.
And the second type of accommodation you can opt for, is the “Extra Large Rooms” which obviously are more spacious, but they also offer a private salon, a romantic balcony, and a large terrasse with a 360° view of Bruxelles.
But you will have to see for yourself how this place looks like, to understand how cool and unique it is, so let’s take a small tour of the Pantone Hotel and find out what makes it so special!
“The PANTONE HOTELTM invites you to experience the city of Brussels through a lens of color and a spectrum of comforts. From the moment you arrive, our “hotel of colors” will awaken your senses to an array of delights and playful surprises.”
So what do you think, is this place amazing or what? The next time you’re in Brussels you will know where to stay!
Photo Credits: Pantone Hotel