The JAM Hotel in Brussels, Belgium, is located inside a building that used to be an art school, but has been converted to a unique new hotel.
The interior design of the hotel was completed by Atelier Lionel Jadot, and features artistic elements throughout, which seems appropriate considering the building’s former life as an art school.
The hotel has a restaurant that serves pizza and pasta under a canopy of colorful ceiling details.
There’s also a couple of bars. The bar seen below uses concrete pipes as shelving.
A large games room makes sure there is always something to do.
Outside, there’s a rooftop pool and terrace area.
The hotel rooms show touches of the old building and have been kept simple and contemporary.
Built-in desks and sofas make the most of the rooms.
If you don’t mind sharing a room, the hotel also has dormitory-style rooms, with pops of color defining the sleeping spaces.