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French Hotel Takes Designer Rooms Up a Notch with Graffiti

A Marseille hotel has turned to the unconventional graffiti art to spice up one of its designer rooms. Read on to find out if the vibrant and shocking hotel room is to your liking after the jump!

Photo from This is Colossal

If you’re into posh boutique hotels, you might want to check out (or check-in) this unique designer room of Au Vieux Panier Hotel in France. The urban bed and breakfast hotel boasts of 5 unique rooms, each lavished with one-of-a-kind designs by talented artists. Among these is a vibrant space designed by Toulouse-based graffiti artist TILT.

Aptly and cleverly named “Panic Room,” it’s a mind-blowing space half covered in colorful graffiti, the and other half left immaculately white. When we say half-covered, we mean everything—the mirror, the dressing table, decors, magazine, and even the curtains—that happens to be included in the room’s boundaries. Imagine yourself checking in this room and falling asleep on the white side, then waking up on the other!

So, would you choose “Panic Room” if you’re to stay in the Marseille hotel? Tell us what you think with a comment below!

All information for this article were taken from This is Colossal.

written by plasticpopsicle

2 comments

  1. lamp

    lamp

    Whoa! Looks cool but don't think I could handle waking up there :/

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  2. jeffr

    jeffr

    not the homiest looking hotel room

    over 2 years ago · report as spam

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This is the original article written in: English. It is also available in: Nederlands.