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The three-star Pantone Hotel is the only hotel in the world built according to the Pantone color categorization system. Situated on a lovely square just a few tram stops from the city center, this colorful establishment provides an affordable base for stylish guests.
With each floor done up in its own color scheme, the Pantone is visually impressive. Though the corridors are miniscule, the designer beds and sofas in its 59 rooms make an efficient use of the tight quarters. High quality linens and free Wi-Fi are just the beginning of the room amenities, which also include air conditioning, flat-screen LCD television, toiletries and safes.
Downstairs, the small lobby filled with funky furniture also includes a stylish bar/restaurant that serves well-presented but pricey (€15) breakfast. High-tech meeting rooms can accommodate up to 100 people.
The Pantone is ideal for those looking to get off the beaten path yet stay close to the action. While not located in the very heart of the city, it is well connected by the Metro, which will take you to the city center within five minutes. There are also €1.50/day public bikes right in front of the hotel, and walking to the Grand Place is easily doable within twenty minutes.
Saint Gilles, the hotel’s multicultural and trendy neighborhood, is an attraction in its own right. It’s home to original Art Nouveau buildings, many of which have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Bathtubs Available
- Cable TV
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About the The Pantone Hotel Brussels neighborhood
Brussels’ bohemian heart beats in Saint Gilles, a lovely residential district just south of the city center. Majestic mansions and elegant Art Nouveau townhouses crowd the tight web of narrow streets radiating from the church square, where a daily market is held. The slightly shady northern part, surrounding the main train station, is home to young and diverse communities.