Let’s say you are on a romantic (or business, or fashion) trip to Bruxelles and you’re looking for a special place to spend the night. We have a spectacular idea: the Pantone Hotel. Even if you are not a graphic designer and hence not very accustomed to using Pantone (an universal color code used for visual branding and printing), you will like it!
When you walk towards it, you will see the usual modern hotel façade, the type you see in Bruxelles at every corner, this is after all a city famous for its mix of old and modern architecture. But a few steps inside and you will know for sure that this accommodation is different.
The design of the Pantone Hotel is signed by Michel Penneman and Olivier Hannaert. They decided on the use of colors by treating the entire building as if it were a white canvas in need to be filled with color.

Each room has unique Ppantone-hotel-terrace pantone hotel receptie pantone-hotel-coffee shop pantone-hotel-ext pantone-hotel-interiorantone code colors prints on its curtains, pillows, towels and toilet paper.
The terrace is also full of happy colors.

The Pantone Hotel is places not far from the historical Bruxelles center. In no more than 15 minutes of walking you will be at the heart of the city, in the middle of the tourist rush.
More pictures and info on the official site, here.