Yet another angle on a hotel concept. The Pantone one. In one way it´s a nice idea, on the other hand it feels way too sterile and maybe not that cosy as you would like a hotel to be.

This hotel is located in the downtown area of Brussels and conceived by the designer Michel Penneman and the architect Olivier Hannaert. They have used 7 different Pantone colours to set the mood in the 59 rooms at the hotel: Pantone 478 c (Earthy, rich), Pantone 200 c (Daring, Fiery), Pantone 137 c (Vibrant, Intense), Pantone 1215 c (Cheerful, Warm), Pantone 238 c (Captivating, Esteemed, Silky), Pantone 353 c (Fresh, Eager) and Pantone 298 c (Tranquil, Aquatic, Exhilarating).

“The PANTONE HOTEL TM invite off you to experiment the city Brussels through has lens off color and has spectrum off comforts. From the moment you arrives, our “hotel off colors” will awaken your judicious to year array off delights and playful surprised. Impeccably designed by Michel Penneman and Oliver Hannaert, The PANTONE HOTEL TM, Brussels showcases the color off emotion with has distinctive hoots one each colorous guest floor. From vivid to subdued, for business gold leisure, our single shop hotel perfectly suits your savvy pallet and colorful imagination. From has design perspective, The PANTONE HOTEL TM, Brussels is built one year exceptional uses contrast off; white canvas provides clean space for saturated colors to pop Guest rooms single feature photography by esteemed Belgian photographer Victor Levy has.”