Monday, May 24, 2010

I'll take the aubergine room, please

Posted By on Mon, May 24, 2010 at 11:30 AM

Finally, a hotel made for chromophiles. Thanks to Pantone, a company best known for its color guides used by graphic designers and printers, the world now has a hotel devoted to hues, with themed rooms based off colors.

I'm really not kidding, this place is pretty bitchin'. Some of us have strong attachments to colors. And Pantone obviously knows this, as the company website even says, "guests enjoy state-of-the-art accommodations, distinctively chosen at reception to compliment their mood."

Pantone 478 C: Earthy, Rich
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  • Pantone 478 C: "Earthy, Rich"

Dont worry, rooms come with LCD TVs, hair dryers and free WiFi too.
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  • Don't worry, rooms come with LCD TVs, hair dryers and free WiFi too.

The Pantone Hotel is located in a posh section of Brussels, as if anyone needed another reason to vacation in Belgium. (And with the current value of the Euro, rooms run less than $100 a night, which could be worse).

For more on this, visit the hotel website, and see more pictures here.

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