Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Brussels Hotel Rooms & Accommodation

The Pantone Hotel, located in Brussels, offers breathtaking views of the city; but people fortunate enough to get accommodations my have a hard time taking their eyes off the design and colors of their room to look out the window.

Potential overnighters are given the choice to color-code their stay through a variety of color-themes including Earthy, Rich; Daring, Fiery; Vibrant, Intense; Cheerful, Warm; Captivating, Esteemed, Silky; Fresh, Eager; and Tranquil, Aquatic, Exhilarating.

Follow the link to see the use of these color codes in the design and furnishings of the hotel rooms and accommodastion

During your stay at the hotel there are some extra features available to you including the Pantone Lounge, the ability to “test drive” Pantone’s colorful products, the access to color consultants, and the obligatory wireless Internet. The hotel also offers a customizable meeting space for those color-conscious businessmen.

The price to stay a night? Well, one night for two adults (no children) it costs 79 euros (equivalent to about $98); a pretty cheap price for a customizable hotel.

Brussels Hotel  Rooms & Accommodation Reviews - Techi.Com

Monday, 6 September 2010

Central Brussels Hotel Reviews

We know how it is. You get to the hotel, turn on the lights in your room, and -- gasp -- instead of the soothing Rose Dust (14-1307) you expected, the walls are painted a hideous shade of Butternut (18-0830). And those sheets -- are they really Fuchsia Red (18-2328)?

If this has happened to you, there's now an alternative, where every aspect of your lodging experience will be perfectly color-matched: The Pantone Hotel in central Brussels, designed to "suit your savvy palette and colorful imagination."

Pantone design hotel review - The Consumerist

Sunday, 5 September 2010

Things to See In Brussels

Today, Boulevard de Waterloo and Avenue Louis is home to many upmarket shops, restaurants and offices. From north to south, notable landmarks include:
  • Louise Square, a crucial transportation nexus including a tramway and metro station. The Law Courts of Brussels are nearby.
  • Stephanie Square, another extremely busy square surrounded by luxury shops. The tree-bordered part of the avenue begins here.
  • The Louise Tower, also known as the Generali Tower, one of the tallest office buildings in Brussels.
  • The intersection with the Chaussée de Vleurgat / Vleurgatsteenweg (which leads downhill to the nearby Flagey Square) dominated by the Blue Tower skyscraper.
  • The scenic King's Garden (Tuin van de Koning or Jardin du Roi), a garden descending toward the nearby Ixelles Ponds.
  • Olivier Strebelle's 16-ton bronze sculpture "Le Phenix 44" which commemorates the anniversary of the liberation of Brussels, which stands athwart the roundabout at King's Garden.
  • The Slys Longchamps Square, which features several statues, the entrance to the La Cambre Abbey, and the massive IT Tower.
  • A roundabout flanked by two twin neoclassical pavilions ending the avenue. Beyond it lies the Bois de la Cambre.
Tramway line 94 runs the entire length of the avenue, all on segregated track except in the short "goulet Louise" section.

Hotel Bookings EU, Brussels, Belgium

Travelers to the EU who have an eye for design will want to book a room at the Pantone Hotel, which is located in Brussels, Belgium. The hotel provides relaxing accommodations and facilities for meeting clients or simply to get inspired by the sights of the EU capital. Follow the linkf for EU Hotel Bookings in Brussels, Belgium 

The hotel has meeting and events facilities that include:
  • 2 highly customizable meeting rooms
  • State-of-the-art audiovisual and technical equipment
  • Conferenced space for up to 100 persons
  • Availability by the day or by the hour
  • Catering
  • A variety of restaurants are available within walking distance.
Belgium has been at the cutting edge of design since the Middle Ages, so the idea of a hotel based on the concept of design qua design is an idea that has been part of the firmament for at least the past century.

Brussels EU hotel review - Colour Your Stay