Sleep in the Most Colorful Paradise in the World

By Alyse Borkan  |  Jul 25, 2015
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Pantone, the color swatch company which has influenced fashion and design for decades, expanded into hospitality in 2010 with the Pantone Hotel in Brussels, which has proved to be equally as successful.

Guests sleep in rooms filled with bright, minimalist colors. Designed by architect Olivier Hannaert and decorated by interior designer Michel Penneman, the hotel features seven color palettes spread over almost 60 rooms. The amenities and decor are worth the visit alone. Pantone-hued photographs were created to match the color scheme of each individual room. There are bold, colorful roof terraces, meeting rooms, bicycles and even coffee mugs served with breakfast.

Colored pajamas not included – so bring your own to complete the look.

 

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h/t Fast Company

Image credit: The Pantone Hotel

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