Monday, 24 May 2010

Design Hotel By Avenue Louise

A colourful new hotel based on a popular scheme widely used by art directors and designers has opened in Brussels.

The Pantone Hotel, just off Avenue Louise in Brussels, the Belgian capital, is the latest addition to the Pantone Universe range of consumer spin-offs, which also includes hugely popular Pantone mugs in a variety of colours.

The seven-floor hotel, designed by Belgian interior designer Michel Penneman and Belgian architect Olivier Hannaert, has 59 rooms and suites which use one of seven Pantone colour palettes, ranging from tranquil and aquatic to daring and fiery. The hotel says it expects guests to “choose a room that complements their mood through colour”. The bathrooms at the hotels come with Pantone Universe toiletries.

The rooftop terrace, with its own bar, is available for private functions for up to 100 guests.

The hotel also has two top-floor meeting rooms for up to 20 people. The bar offers Pink Champagne Pantone 12-1107, Lemon Drop Pantone 12-0736 and Daiquiri Green Pantone 12-0435 cocktails.

Guests can also meet Pantone consultants for informal colour consultations.

Follow the link for more from the Times Online -  Best design hotels in Brussels

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