Airbnb and Pantone have created the greenest hotel in the world
Airbnb, an online property rental platform, has teamed up with the Pantone colour Institute to create an unusual green hotel in London. Its main concept is environmental friendliness and getting rid of boredom. The inspiration was the shade of 2017 Greenery — “fresh greens”.
As you know, every year the color legislators-the Pantone Institute-announce the hue of the season. It becomes the center of attention of designers and stylists. The color of this year is Greenery, which symbolizes a new life.
Inside the hotel everything is the same as on the street-green trees, shrubs, ferns, succulents and even a wigwam. If you are tired of winter and crave brightness-this hotel will save you from the melancholy.
Among the activities offered to guests: stories about botany, a master class of painting and a lesson on how to prepare your own gin. Guests can enjoy tea, coffee, honey, muesli and natural juices.
“It’s hard to think of a more appropriate color for 2017 than ‘fresh greens’ — a color that symbolizes start, growth and vitality,” says James McClure, Airbnb’s CEO for Northern Europe. “By combining ideas, it is possible to make travel magical and add something new to it.”
Address: the hotel is located in London, in the Clerkenwell area, at 4 Dingley Place.
Price: a Night in this “garden” will cost 200 pounds ($248).