Why We Love This Hotel
- This colorful quirky property is in the center of Brussels
- It's located close to Avenue Louise & the Metro
- Extra Large Rooms have a balcony or a terrace
As the name implies, Pantone Hotel is a colorful option for visitors to Brussels. Condé Nast Traveller describes the city-center property as a "1970s building converted into a neo-pop homage to the Pantone color system", complete with Pantone bikes to hire, Pantone mugs to use -- even Pantone-tinted sugar for drinks.
Each of the seven floors has artwork and room accents in one specific hue, such as lime green or cobalt blue, and even colorful toilet paper. Extra Large Rooms have either a balcony or a terrace.
The hotel is in the business quarter, close to Avenue Louise -- the most fashionable avenue in Brussels -- and its many shops. The Art et Marges Musée, which exhibits works by socially marginalized artists, is a 10 minute walk from the hotel. The nearest Metro station (Hôtel des Monnaies) is around five minutes' walk from the hotel, so it's easy to get around this compact city.
The breakfast buffet spread includes Nespresso coffee, organic teas, fruit, fresh breads, pastries, cheese, eggs and meats. Typical Belgian specialties, such as waffles, Liège syrup, Speculoos spread, Rochefort butter and abbey cheese from Chimay, are also offered.
There is a bar on the rooftop terrace, and Wi-Fi is free.