Brussels' Pantone Hotel is Like a Little Embassy for Colors
Oh manwe haven't checked in on Brussels' new Pantone Hotel in almost a full year, but it looks like the New York Times is even slower, since the colorful hotel only just hit their radar.
The Times' T Magazine takes a deeper look inside the hotel, including its beanbag-outfitted roofdeck, mod lounge and appropriately vibrant breakfast buffet. There's not a review, per se, but they do state something we absolutely agree with, and that's the fact that Brussels suffers from a lack of cool hotels like this. The Pantone is filling a need there, and its rooms from $137 including free WiFi are hopefully a hit.
We did learn something new from the NYT however, and that's that the hotel functions as a kind of Pantone embassy, where you can purchase Pantone-branded products or have a sit-down to flip through a small library "where guests can read about color therapy if they’re feeling blue." We're kinda blue that this hotel had to open just after our last visit to Belgium.
[photos: Pantone Hotel via NYT]